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Archive for June, 2010
Tags: CW, Ghostfacers, Supernatural
Tags: CW, premiere date, Season 6, Supernatural
Friday, September 24
8:00-9:00 p.m. Smallville (Season Premiere)
9:00-10:00 p.m. Supernatural (Season Premiere)
Tags: CW, CW Source, Sourcies, Supernatural
Supernatural is up with Lucifer as Best Villain, so go vote now!
And there still time to vote for Most Heartbreaking Moment
Tags: CW, Season 6, Supernatural
The season 6 Premiere of Supernatural will be called “Exile on Main Street”.
Tags: animation, CW, interview, Supernatural
To start off, please tell us how you first encountered the series.
“I found out about the show long before this, and frankly I thought that it was kind of weird the first time I watched it. The beginning could pretty much hold its own, and thinking back I suppose there’s no helping it being a more or less an explainatory pilot episode. But after that I didn’t watch the continuing episodes, and some time had passed before I’d stumbled upon it by chance, thinking I’d try watching it and going ‘Oh, wait, that’s Supernatural!’ and from then on I thought it was really interesting (laughs). I was thinking ‘Damn it! This show’s actually really good!’ And anyway, I’ve always liked occult/horror stories so I just ended up continuously watching it.”
“Truth be told, I had the same impression on the pilot episode (as Miya). That ‘Hmm… It’s weird’ (laughs) kind of feeling. Though after watching a few episodes at one go, that feeling just completely vanished. Like ‘Oh, man! This is really interesting!’ And right after that there was just no stopping it. I actually don’t think I’m into the occult/horror thing at all, but this goes beyond the genre and it’s become my favorite show. It’s a fantastic show and the more you watch it, the more it draws you in. So a word of advice for everyone out there, don’t give up watching it! (laughs)”
“At any rate, the setting is great, I mean it’s got everything. I thought ‘They got me!” when I watched Bad Day At Black Rock. It’s just got everything.
“And within that setting is Sam and Dean who are just amazing in every way. It just feels like anything is OK within the story if there are just these two characters properly in it.”
What do you have to be particularly conscious about with this American TV Series turned Anime?
“I’m just repeating myself here, but I think it’s important to treat the setting and the characters of the original series with care.”
“Well, that’s not limited to just this series though, is it? (laughs)”
“Yeah, you’re right (laughs)”
How is it with the 2 Director team?
“I think it’ll be fun”
“Same here. It’s one of the things I’m looking forward to regarding this project. Uncommon things, things we can think of only with this team, an exceptional series is what I’m thinking to achieve”
What are the highlights the Directors would impress upon?
“That’s a difficult one. Like the original series that has everything, please enjoy the world of Supernatural. We’re going to have fun with it too (laughs)”
“Whatever the case, the characters are the lifeblood! Please enjoy watching Sam and Dean!”
And one last word to the SPN fans.
“I want to be able to line this up with the original series and make it as just fun to watch, so much so, the that after viewers have watched anime version, they will be left wondering ‘Did I watch this in the original series? Or have I watched it in the anime series?'”
“Though I do think that favoring either version is up to the viewers, I want all the fans to enjoy this as much as they’ve enjoyed the original series. We have prepared new stories to be added to this version too so please look forward to it!”
Tags: casting news, CW, mitch pileggi, new characters, Spoilers, Supernatural
It’s official: Mitch Pileggi is returning to Supernatural as Sam and Dean’s presumed-dead grandpa — and not for some one-off guest stint. As I first teased in Ask Ausiello, the X-Files vet will appear on a recurring basis throughout season 6.
“I’m a longtime fan of Mitch’s work,” gushes executive producer/new showrunner Sera Gamble. “And we all thought he did an amazing job the first time around, so we’re excited he was game to [return].”
What brings Gramps back? “For one thing, he’s a Campbell — from Sam and Dean’s mom’s side of the family,” reminds Gamble, “which, unlike their dad’s, has actually been into hunting for a very long time. There’s a whole side of Sam and Dean’s history that they know nothing about. We’ll get to find out a bit about it this season.”
In other Supe news, the show is on the prowl for an actor in his late-30s to mid-40s to play the recurring role of Christian. Described as “capable, calm under pressure, and very good at his job,” Christian has a special relationship to Sam and Dean.
Thoughts on who this Christian character is? And are you pumped for the return of Pileggi? Hit the comments
Read more: http://www.spoilertv.com/2010/06/supernatural-mitch-pileggi-returns.html?utm_source=feedburner&utm_medium=twitter&utm_campaign=Feed%3A+thespoilergirl-spoilertv+%28Spoiler+TV+Main%29&utm_content=Twitter#ixzz0sGxShkQq
Tags: CW, Season 6, Spoilers, Supernatural
Casting news (foilers or otherwise) continued to leak out this past week. Michael Ausiello gave up a spoiler allegedly about the episode directed by Jensen Ackles: “I hear the show’s fourth episode back – the one directed by Jensen Ackles – will be Bobby-centric and feature a character named Marcy Ward. Described as attractive in a down-to-earth/woman-next-door way, Marcy is a capable homemaker with a crush on her neighbor.” A fly in the ointment is that Ackles has already confirmed that he’s directing episode 5.03 not 5.04. SpoilerTV is reporting that the title of this episode is “Weekend at Bobby’s”.
Brit genre magazine SFX, in its latest issue (#198), is reporting a mini-interview with Eric Kripke, Sera Gamble and the other writers, in which they claim that Crowley will be in a lot of season six (perhaps as the season’s Big Bad?). There’s also talk of bringing back Death the Horseman, the Trickster, and Ellen and Jo (as ghosts). Chuck, however, will apparently not show up, nor will there be any explanation of his mysterious vanishing act at the end of “Swan Song”. Just as well. I’m feeling tortured enough by that “summer” promo with the Chuck voiceover on the CW site.