Way back in 2005, nobody expected Supernatural to last more than a few seasons, least of all the cast. But it’s been a wild ride and 300 episodes later, the network has finally called time on our intrepid brothers and their buddies. The last episode of Season 15 will air on May 18. As yet we don’t know what might happen, but we do know what a few long-lost characters are expected to make a fleeting return in the final few episodes.
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Despite the scary elements, at its core Supernatural was, and still is, all about family. A theme which truly comes full circle as the show reaches the milestone 300th episode airing tonight Thursday, February 07, 2019 and brings back a character that fans have waited over a decade to see, for a truly magical family reunion.
The CW has handed out early renewals for 10 of its current programs: Arrow, Black Lightning, Charmed, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Dynasty, The Flash, Legacies, Riverdale, “Supergirl” and Supernatural.
With the 300th episode of Supernatural coming up, TNT is celebrating the show’s run with a marathon of the top 25 fan-favorite episodes, beginning at 10am/9C, on February 4th.
The full schedule follows.
TNT has a dozen deadly delights from Supernatural – including ghosts (and Ghostfacers) and ghouls just for a start – in its Supernatural Halloween Marathon on Wednesday, October 31st.
Check out the teaser and list of episodes below.
TNT is inviting everyone to have a supernaturally great Halloween.
The network will be running a 12-episode Supernatural marathon on Wednesday, October 31st – beginning at 8am/7C. An episode list follows.
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The CW goes into its expanded 2018-19 (adding a sixth night) season with 10 early renewals, including the network’s longest running series, Supernatural, all of its DCTV titles, critical darlings Crazy Ex-Girlfriend and Jane the Virgin, the dark Archie series Riverdale, and rookie primetime soap, Dynasty.
Fans of Arrow, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, “The Flash, Jane The Virgin, Supergirl and Supernatural can relax.
All seven shows have been renewed for the 2017-18 season.
Mark Pedowitz, President, The CW, made the announcement this morning.
As if the wait over winter hiatus hasn’t been bad enough, an eerie new promo giving a glimpse of highlights for the second half of the season makes the wait for tonight’s return of Supernatural almost unbearable (The CW, 9pm). The promo titled simply “Keep Grinding” features scary new creatures, some seemingly uncomfortable alliances, and upcoming events that make us fear for the Winchester brothers and even more so for their wayward angel, Castiel. Perhaps we can just keep hitting the replay button to make the hours pass faster until this evening!
[SPOILER ALERT: This article contains spoilers from the new episode]
Second Chance premieres on FOX on Wednesday nights (9/8C) and is intriguing enough to be worth your time. Pilots are always a difficult thing to pull off since they have only 45 minutes to introduce characters, provide adequate back-story, and establish the driving force of the series. It is no surprise that things may feel a bit rushed. They also need to be fascinating enough so that the viewer would be interested in tuning in to the series in the weeks to follow. Second Chance delivers a solid pilot covering all the requirements and sets up interesting themes to move the series forward. No doubt there are going to be some high expectations as the series evolves, considering the producers have some outstanding television credits as part of their resumes such as Life, Crisis, 24, Homeland, Tyrant, Law & Order: SVU, and Elementary.
Also, in case you missed it, be sure to check out the Eclipse interview with Executive Producer Rand Ravich and stars Rob Kazinsky for some great character insights.
A new trailer, titled The Family Business, sets up more than a few chills as it hints at what lies ahead for Sam and Dean Winchester in season eleven of Supernatural (The CW, Wednesdays, 10/9C).
When even Rowena has to ask ‘What fresh Hell has Dean Winchester unleashed,’ you know things are getting dire. Check out the trailer following the jump.