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Category: Supernatural


It seems that Supernatural will outlive us all.

According to network president Mark Pedowitz at the Television Critics Association summer press tour, there is absolutely no end in sight for the CW’s everlasting drama. “If the numbers hold and the [producers] want to do it, we’re in,” he said of continuing the series beyond its upcoming 11th season. “We’re very excited that the guys want to keep on doing it. They bring fresh enthusiasm every week.”

A Supernatural Spinoff – “We’d love to do one,” he said. “It probably will not happen this year, but at some point, there will be another swing. (For the record, Pedowitz had not heard of the Wayward Daughters offshoot fans are campaigning for.)

Check out the video below for all the info from this years Comic Con.


Date: August 13th | Category: Executive Producers, Interviews, Supernatural
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Whilst we are only just into the long hiatus of our favorite shows, the CW has given us a light at the end of the tunnel by releasing the return dates for them. Take a look below to find out when your favorite returns to the screens.

9:00-10:00pm IZOMBIE (Season Premiere)

9:00-10:00pm SUPERNATURAL (Season Premiere)

8:00-9:00pm THE VAMPIRE DIARIES (Season Premiere)
9:00-10:00pm THE ORIGINALS (Season Premiere)

'Supernatural' Interview: Felicia Day on Charlie's Quest to Save Dean
Charlie’s coming to Dean’s rescue on Supernatural Season 10 Episode 18. Well, at least, she hopes she’ll be able to save Dean from the Mark of Cain after a difficult search for the Book of the Damned.
BuddyTV caught up with Felicia Day to get the scoop on her return, how Charlie’s dealing with the aftermath of her last visit, the search for the Book of the Damned, whether Charlie would want to be a full-time Hunter and which of Sam and Dean’s friends she will be meeting. She also teases a possible return this season.

When we last saw Charlie she had just dealt with the good and the evil within her. When we see her again, will she be changed from that experience?

If you go through a situation where you see the darkest side of you do things that you find not very unconscionable, I think it certainly impacts who you are, but the biggest residual we’ll see Charlie react to from that experience is she’s highly motivated to get this Book of the Damned decoded.
And that’s why she comes back to Sam and Dean with it having tracked it down. She doesn’t want Dean to go through what she just went through sort of enduring the darkest part of herself and having to live with knowing that’s inside you somehow.
Has she been spending her time looking for the Book? Where has she been?
She went to Italy to track down this Book of the Damned and after a lot of tracking it down she is finally back in the States with the book. The thing about it is she doesn’t have any idea what it says inside. It’s just not decipherable. So she’s coming back with the book and being chased by this mysterious group of people — a family of some sort — seeking help to escape them, as well as, get the book translated so the Mark of Cain might be able to be taken off Dean.
What is the importance of the Book of the Damned?
There is something in this book that perhaps could help remove the Mark of Cain from Dean which is a thing he’s struggled obviously a lot this season. It’s kind of a quick sand pulling him into more and more evil. The idea is that there’s something in this book that is coded and that they need to figure out in order to–. It could be their only hope for Dean. So that’s why the stakes are very high with this book. Whether or not it’s helpful is to be determined obviously.
Charlie gets shot. She really puts her life on the line for Dean. How life threatening is this injury?
Umm, you know, it’s not a good thing.[Laughs] She definitely encountered a lot of aggression. This is a particularly dangerous enemy that she’s stumbled upon in trying to tracking down this book, so a lot of the situation is not only bringing the book back to Sam and Dean, but also bringing this family. And who are these people? It’s a lot of investigating.
What I love about it is that we’ve seen a lot of Charlie mythology in the past, but this is really about her being a part of the guys’ world, fitting in and contributing in her unique way. It’s really great to see that happen.
If she could do it all over again, do you think Charlie would want to know about this world, met the Winchesters and gone through everything she has?
Absolutely. I think that although she has struggled with the reality of it, she has a unique past that she hasn’t been able to reveal or be herself or be honest about who she is and where she came from. And what she’s done in the past to try to overcome that and hide it and meeting two other people who also have to have hidden lives and are making a difference for good, I think she’s found a crusader in her heart.
Whether she’s overcoming her intimidation or her fear, she is motivated by doing the right thing and that’s what she admires about the guys. If you’ve never been part of a family and you find a little bit of a family to belong to, you’re going to fight for that experience because that’s what we are all looking for in this world– to belong. It think she would in a heartbeat she would take that again to go through.
Do you think she would want to be a hunter full-time and face the evils of the world?
I think that definitely. We’ve seen in episodes past that she really wants to be a hunter. She wants to earn her place. She doesn’t have the skills that the guys do, but that’s something she’s highly motivated to prove herself, to improve and to learn how to be part of this world. And, yes, I think having been this floating hacker, hiding who she is, and suddenly finding a world where she can make a difference highly motivates her to try to belong and earn the title of Hunter.
Charlie’s pretty much interacted with Sam and Dean the most. Is there another character on Supernatural who you think Charlie would really want to meet and who would it be?
Yeah. I definitely think it’s Castiel. The cool thing is in this episode they do finally get to meet. I’m pretty excited about that. Charlie has a knowledge of Castiel from the books that she’s read and the research she’s done and I really do think that sort of chemistry will be interesting to explore because they are so distinctive in their point of view of the world. Their working together would be interesting. They do get to meet in this episode which is great.
Source: BuddyTV
Date: April 21st | Category: Supernatural
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‘Supernatural’ Recap: Sam and Dean Find a Cure for the Mark of Cain
'Supernatural' Recap: Sam and Dean Find a Cure for the Mark of Cain

The more things change, the more they stay the same. That’s the moral of Supernatural because, 10 seasons in, the Winchester brothers continue to make the same mistakes over and over again.

This week Charlie returns with the Book of the Damned. It can cure the Mark of the Cain, but there will be serious and even more dangerous repercussions if they use it. The brothers fundamentally agree on what to do next. But just like when Dean sold his soul at the end of season 2 or when Sam became Lucifer in season 5 or when Dean tricked Sam into letting Ezekiel in at the start of season 9, one brother goes behind the other’s back in order to try and save him. But at least one good thing comes out of this episode: Cas gets his mojo back!

Charlie Gives Dean Some Hope

Charlie Bradbury is back and she found the Book of the Damned, an ancient spell book that can potentially undo the Mark of Cain. But she’s being chased by a creepy Cajun who claims the Book belongs to his family. She contacts Sam and Dean who arrange to meet up with her to try and decode the Book.

At the bunker, Dean fills Sam in on his hijinx from the last episode with Rowena and Crowley. The fact that the Mark is a curse gives Dean hope that it can be lifted. He’s more optimistic than ever before about being cured. Dean is even rocking out in the Impala again and fantasizing about going to a beach once everything is fixed. Oh Dean, you should know by now that optimism and Supernatural don’t mix.

Does the Book Have a Cure?

The Winchesters meet Charlie at one of Bobby’s old cabins to research. Charlie and Sam translate the Book, but even the translation is in code. Dean researches the family chasing Charlie and learns they’re the Stynes, a really evil family that once helped the Nazis.

Also, the Book is calling to Dean to use it, but Dean knows that using dark magic will have dangerous side effects, so he wants to destroy the Book and try to find another way to cure him. He leaves and happens to find the Stynes. They fight and Dean rushes back to the cabin, inadvertently leading them right to the Book.

Meanwhile, Sam and Charlie have a heart-to-heart about all the brotherly drama of the last two seasons. Sam finally admits that hunting is his life and he can’t and won’t do it without his brother. Also, Charlie’s dream is starting a tech company and marrying Scarlett Johansson.

When Dean returns they fight the Stynes while Sam uses holy oil to burn the Book of the Damned. Everything is good and Dean just hopes that they’ll find another way to cure him that doesn’t have deadly side effects.

Cas and Metatron’s Road Trip

Cas and Metatron are on the road to retrieve Castiel’s stolen Grace. A now Grace-less and human Metatron enjoys Alanis Morissette and waffles, but he’s just stalling because he knows once Cas gets his Grace back, he’s a dead man.

They get to a library with a clue to the Grace. As they search for it, Metatron wants to know what Castiel’s mission is, because he seems to be wandering around the Earth with no real purpose anymore. But it’s just another stall technique as Metatron uses the blood from his leg wound to paint some symbols that can kill Cas.

As Cas struggles, Metatron retrieves what he really came for: the Demon Tablet. But that’s when Cas finds his Grace, drinks it and hulks out as he regains his original Castiel angel strength. At least someone got cured in this episode.

Sam Betrays His Brother

In the aftermath, Sam, Dean, Cas and Charlie all return to the bunker. Charlie meets Cas for the first time and is stoked that he can cure her carpel tunnel syndrome, thinking that they’re going to become BFFs. Dean is happy that Cas got his mojo back, calling it a win.

However, all is not well. Sam and Cas lie to Dean about how Cas got his Grace back, leaving out the part about Metatron getting free with the Demon Tablet. But it gets much, much worse.

Sam didn’t destroy the Book of the Damned, he only pretended to. At the end of the episode, he takes the Book to Rowena, asking her to help cure Dean. Damn it, Sam, will you ever learn that making these kinds of deals ALWAYS backfires? But in his defense, it’s kind of the same thing Dean pulled with Ezekiel, making a deal behind his brother’s back in hopes that it would save him, no matter the cost.

Next week on Supernatural: Sam works with Rowena and Dean’s vampire buddy Benny returns.

25Source: BuddyTV
Date: April 21st | Category: Supernatural
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