The winners of the passes to Creation Entertainment’s Supernatural Official Convention have been chosen!
The Supernatural press room was abuzz at San Diego Comic Con this year after a hilarious and ultimately touching panel with the cast (Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, Misha Collins, Mark A. Sheppard) and producers (Jeremy Carver, Andrew Dabb) of The CW’s long-running hit show.
The schedule for the final day of Comic-Con 2010 is now out. It will feature the return of Nathan Fillion, talking about Castle, a well-known Watcher talks about Merlin, and the traditional Comic-Con finale, Once More With Feeling.
Supernatural has been mostly firing on all cylinders of late. Despite an uneven start to the season, things have really picked up in the past several episodes. This episode, however, was one of the best of the season, IMO. A ton of stuff happened in this episode, including seeing old friends and enemies, as well as some surprising twists and turns. Thankfully there was a lot more I liked about this episode than I didn’t, so let’s get to it…
The fifth season of Supernatural, so far, has hit the ground running and has barely let up so that any of us could catch our breath. Well, leave it to Ben Edlund — master writer for The Tick, Angel, Firefly and now Supernatural — to not kick us in the gut while we’re running at full speed, but to make us laugh about it while asking for more in return. What the hell am I talking about? “The End,” is what, and it’s amazing…
And we’re back for another week of Supernatural, and boy has this season started strongly. Is the
second episode of this season just as strong as the first? Read on and find
It’s hard not to judge a book by its cover, or in this case, an episode by its title. While the latest episode of Supernatural has a funny title in “Jump the Shark,” this episode is anything but. Read on to find out why this episode left me nearly breathless and almost speechless.
Welcome to our new regular feature here at Whedonopolis, episode reviews! We’re going to be reviewing episodes of shows with a definite Whedon connection, such as Battlestar Galactica, The Guild, How I Met Your Mother, Dexter, and of course, Supernatural. Starting things off, I’ll be taking a look at the fourteenth episode of Supernatural’s fourth season, “Sex and Violence.” We have violence, death, sex, strippers, comedy, and angst all in one. What more could you want? 😉 Click below to read the review, and please be aware there are spoilers.
Whedonopolis was granted access to the Supernatural pressroom, where roundtable interviews were conducted with consulting producer/writer Ben Edlund, actor Jensen Ackles (Dean Winchester) and show creator Eric Kripke. Even though we’d been through roundtables before for Superman: Doomsday, the experience was still very new for us, and this is how it went. The table was shared with Cindy from Sci-Fi.com and Brian from TheFutonCritic.com.