Archive for December, 2009
Tags: behind the scenes, CW, Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Supernatural
Tags: CW, episode 17, Supernatural
According to Andreas at LJ, episode #517 will be called “Your Time Is Gonna Come”
Tags: CW, fancast, Supernatural, tnt
Any ‘Supernatural‘ scoop? The annual “hellatus” is killing me! – Rosa
This is kinda cool: TNT, which recently nabbed syndication rights to the show, has announced a January 4 premiere date, beginning with the series pilot. Episodes will unspool weekdays at 10 am EST. Also on tap at TNT is a marathon of classic Winchester capers. On February 15, starting at 9 am, you’ll get “Tall Tales,” “Hollywood Babylon,” “Folsom Prison Blues,” “Bad Day at Black Rock,” “Mystery Spot” (love that one), “Monster Movie,” “Yellow Fever,” “Criss Angel is a Douchebag” (best title ever), “After School Special” and “The Monster at the End of This Book.”
Tags: CW, latest from Kristin, Supernatural
Sorry for the late update but my internet is not working , so the updates may come a little slow till its fixed. So for now enjoy so news.
Mose in Idaho: What’s the word on Supernatural? Thanks for all the scoop last week.
Kristin : No prob. I’m hearing that Sam and Dean will die and go to heaven. Yes, you heard me right. We will see heaven! (Which is funny ’cause I always assumed heaven would look a lot like Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles.)
Tags: CW, Supernatural, trailer, tv to talk about
Tags: Chad Lindberg, CW, Supernatural
Tags: CW, Supernatural, top tv shows
“Supernatural,” CW: Shows in their fourth and fifth seasons — especially genre shows — usually fold in on themselves, becoming so dense with accumulated layers of mythology that newbies are rebuffed. But “Supernatural” keeps its mythology interesting without letting it become intimidating. And this thoughtfully crafted show got bolder and more creative in 2009, taking risks with its storytelling (How do you unleash Lucifer without veering into camp? “Supernatural” managed it) and coming up with hilarious and innovative episodes. Without a lot of fanfare or pretension, this show is asking interesting questions about the presence (or absence) of God while still supplying meaty genre stories, and “Supernatural’s” cast features some of the most solidly talented and underrated actors on TV. (My previous “Supernatural” stories and reviews are here.)
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