Dean’s demon life takes a trajectory that pulls him away from Crowley’s hold and keeps Sam at bay, while Castiel’s health continues to fade as Hannah tries to save him. As we see our Supernatural Gang starting to move in physical proximity of each other, they seem to be moving further apart in every other way that counts.
As The CW series, Supernatural enters it’s 10th season, we met up at SDCC with the charming cast from the fan-favorite series: Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins and newest cast regular, Mark Sheppard along with Executive Producer, Jeremy Carver.
SDCC panels for Vampire Diaries, Supernatural, The Originals and Arrow
Whedonverse fan favorite Mark Sheppard will be a series regular when Supernatural returns for its 10th season on CW. No word yet on how many episodes will feature King Crowley, but we’re sure Moose and Squirrel are thrilled to hell.
Will Dean succumb to the Mark of Cain … or will someone else? Find out in the season finale of Supernatural tonight!
In the second-to-last episode of Warehouse 13, evil Benedict Valda is back to wreak more havoc by ending Warehouse 13 and creating Warehouse 14. Will his attempt work?
It’s the beginning of the final six episodes of Warehouse 13, and the season started with a bang.
Coming up, we’ve got a slew of episodic goodies from the next episode of Supernatural, “Captives,” airing next week on Tuesday, February 25th.
“In the Bible Cain slew Abel and East of Eden (mama) he was cast
You’re born into this life paying for the sins of somebody else’s past”
-Bruce Springsteen, “Adam Raised a Cain”
While the previous episode, “Holy Terror,” may have ended with a kick to the gut, this episode packs a punch right at the beginning.