‘SUPERNATURAL’ EP SERA GAMBLE TEASES SAM’S CRUMBLING WALL, ‘SHOCKING BEGINNING’
Last week I teased the first hour of Supernatural’s two-hour finale (airing May 20), and now, I come with intel on the show’s second hour, which EP Sera Gamble says opens with “a bang,” as the wall in Sam’s mind that protects him from his darkest memories falls down. (An event Jared Padalecki himself spilled on here.) “You see Sam in a state he’s never been in before pretty much at the top of the episode,” she says. “Structurally, he does a couple of pretty interesting things in that episode.”Um, I’m worried. Nay, pleasantly terrified. “I will say that hopefully it’s entertaining. It’s like when you start to think about what that could be in your imagination — something completely spun out in all directions — except hopefully we give you something you were thinking and some unexpected twists,” she says. “We like to throw stuff at the boys that they weren’t prepared for as much as possible.” I only hope we’re prepared for the trauma. Probably not. But that’s the fun of it.Source: Spoilertv.com
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FRIDAY, May 20 “SUPERNATURAL” — (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET)
“Let It Bleed” (TV-14, LV) (HDTV)
DEAN’S WORST NIGHTMARE COMES TRUE – A demon kidnaps Ben (guest star Nicholas Elia) and Lisa (guest star Cindy Sampson) to get to Dean (Jensen Ackles). Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean are forced to join with an unlikely ally to free them. Sera Gamble directed the episode written by John Showalter (#621).
“SUPERNATURAL” — (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET)
“The Man Who Knew Too Much” (TV-14, LV) (HDTV)
EXECUTIVE PRODUCER ERIC KRIPKE PENS the SEASON FINALE – The wall comes down in Sam’s (Jared Padalecki) head and all hell breaks loose. Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Bobby (Jim Beaver) are, for once, at a total loss on how to help him and are forced to stand by and do nothing while Sam breaks. The battle for heaven comes to a head. Robert Singer directed the episode written by Eric Kripke (#622).
Tags: Castiel, Guy Bee, sera gamble
Ok Supernatural fans, consensus is that Frontierland was great! Hilarious, full of clues for the remaining season. Although we saw Cas for a short few minutes, what we saw was not good! We know he’s hiding something apparently the boys wouldn’t approve. Heaven doesn’t approve thus killer angel Rachel trying to eliminate Cas. “Soul Power” is the way to be strong & heal & oh yea, did I mention that Cas seems a little sneaky soul hungry?! We see him wanting the 50,000 souls from the Titanic & then he needs to feel Bobby’s for strength! I’m so glad to know that we will get an answer to the soul question!
Sera Gamble gives some insight to this week’s ep. The Eve hunt is personal for Bobby, she killed Rufus. The foursome(yes, all four boys!) finds Eve’s hangout which turns out to be an experiment going wrong, with failed monsters, some that have never been seen before, & monsters more dangerous than ever! Ms. Gamble says the recurring theme of “Sam & Dean are screwed” still rings true til the end! We now know that we will have a season 7(!) so fighting the baddies will continue with their lives on the line! As usual!
Heads up for Castiel fans. There are rumors galore about him not being around for the next season. We know that there will be 2 deaths this season’s end(Gamble’s own words) but who can that be? My vote is not Cas or Bobby but that doesn’t leave too many characters to choose from! I’ve tweeted a reliable source who says don’t believe the rumors about Misha Collins, Castiel. I totally want to believe that. With that said, losing Cas would be not ok! Although the angel storyline may be over, surely there is a place for our nerdy angel!! I smell rebellion in the air if Castiel dies!!!
Guy Bee, who directed Frontierland, was interviewed on the WinchesterBros.blog radio & it was great! Clif Kosterman called in harassing Guy. Clif is Jensen & Jared’s bodyguard. Guy has already agreed to coming back any time for directing & has been added to the Nashville, Tn. Supernatural Convention. He is wanted & popular!
Last but not least: no one called me on my misspelling of the phoenix. I am disappointed! The true lore bird, phoenix, is spelled with an x. I don’t like that spelling so I use the z. Just my own strange word weird!
With that off my chest, keep blogging, searching & opining about our fantasy world of Supernatural! What a long summer we will have but, yes indeed, we will have another season!! Stay supernatural!!
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THE CW ANNOUNCES EARLY PICKUPS FOR FIVE SERIES FOR THE 2011-2012 SEASONFor the First Time Ever, “America’s Next Top Model” to Feature All-Stars from Past Cycles for the Fall Edition
“The Vampire Diaries,” “Gossip Girl,” “90210” and “Supernatural” Also to Return Next Season
April 26, 2011 (Burbank, California) ? The CW Network has given early pickups to five of its established series for next season, including an All-Star Cycle of AMERICA’S Next Top Model and the network’s top-rated drama THE Vampire Diaries. All five shows will return in Fall 2011.
With AMERICA’S Next Top Model ordered for both cycles next season, The CW’s signature reality series will kick-off the Fall with its first-ever All-Star Edition, featuring the models who became breakout characters and who had the most memorable stories from past cycles. Additional details about the cast, judges and prizes for the All-Star cycle of Top Model will be announced at a later time.
The CW’s bloodily addictive hit THE Vampire Diaries was also given an early renewal, and in its sophomore season, remains the network’s most-watched show (4.0 million viewers) and the network’s number-one show among its target audience of women 18-34 (2.9/9).
Also given early pickups for next season are The CW’s scandalous guilty pleasures Gossip Girl, the network’s second most popular series with women 18-34 (2.8/7), and 90210, which posts some of TV’s largest percent increases from DVR playback, more than doubling its women 18-34 live ratings once live+7 data is included.
The network also renewed fan favorite SUPERNATURAL, which enters its seventh season next year. In moving to Fridays last September, SUPERNATURAL immediately helped make The CW more competitive on the night and dramatically contributed to year-to-year gains on Friday of 66% in adults 18-34 and 60% in viewers.
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