Twenty-three years ago, Sam Winchester (Jared Padalecki) and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) lost their mother to a mysterious and demonic supernatural force. Subsequently, their father John (Jeffrey Dean Morgan, "Grey's Anatomy") raised them to be soldiers. He taught them about the paranormal evil that lives in the dark corners and on the back roads of America...and he taught them how to kill it.
The CW's Supernatural is more popular in Season 11 than it has ever been, and the thrills, shocks and surprises don't show any signs of slowing down over the next few months. The series returns with all-new episodes just in time for Halloween, with the episode titled Bad Seed kicking things off on October 7. While we only have a few short days to wait until Dean and Sam are back fighting the good fight, The CW has released a full two-minute trailer. And be warned, it doesn't look good for the brothers. In fact, one of them may not make it out of this season alive.
'What new hell has Dean Winchester unleashed upon the world?' That is just one question facing our heroes in this latest sneak peek, which was shared by the cast of the series earlier today. A soothing rendition of the classic folksong 'O, Death' underscores a harrowing bit of action and drama that teases a great danger is on the horizon. Sam's cries for help are set against unsettling shots of a baby and a whole lot of trouble. There seems to be no shortage of bad moments heading toward the Winchester Bros. like an unstoppable freight train. And they wouldn't have it any other way. There is quite a lot going on in this latest sneak peek, but it only hints at what's to come for Sam and Dean.Read More
Are you ready for the darkest season of Supernatural yet? The CW has just released the first trailer for Supernatural Season 11, and it's off the chain, literally. Stuff is flying all over the place, Sam is calling upon God, Dean thinks he's a Ghotsbuster, Castiel is running around with bleeding eyes, and Crowley appears to be having a grand old time, even taunting this year's big bad villain by scoffing at it's name. Yes, The Darkness has been unleashed, and the Winchester Bros. are going to have to put up a pretty big fight to end it.
Supernatural Season 11 is set to premiere October 11, returning just in time for Halloween! And if this latest sneak peek is any indication, its going to be a hectic, action-packed time as the boys battle their scariest enemy yet. This first look footage only offers a tiny taste of what we can expect to see this season, and it looks awesome. A supernatural threesome is even teased, which could get very ugly depending on how you want to look at it.Read More
It just wouldn't be October without the Winchester Bros. And they're coming back in a big way this fall with the launch of Supernatural Season 11! TVLine has our first look at the Double Js, Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, as they prepare to fight a force greater than any foe they've ever known. And yes, the Double Cs, Crowley and Castiel, are back as well.
At the end of Supernatural Season 10, one of their roughest yet, Sam and Dean accidentally unleashed The Darkness. And this fight is going to get ugly! At least for one of the Winchesters. The latest sneak peek comes from the Season 11 Premiere titled The Bad Seed. As you'll see, Sam (Jared Padalecki) is looking a little worse for wear, as he stands amid a bloodbath with a black eye. How did he get here, and who has he been fighting? Those questions will all be answered when Supernatural Season 11 kicks off on October 7 on The CW. Just in time for Halloween!Read More
It was also confirmed at SDCC that the show will feature an entire episode devoted to the Winchester's car, the 1967 Chevy Impala lovingly dubbed "Baby." The show will also feature a number of flashbacks, teasing that Jim Beaver's character Bobby may pop up this season as well. The show will pick up directly after Supernatural Season 10 ended, when "The Darkness" was released, and this year's villain was said to be "pre-biblical," who will pose a great threat to the Winchester's, since they aren't quite sure how to handle this new enemy. The Winchester's will also have to figure out how to stop "The Darkness" before it spreads even further, meaning the show will return to its roots, featuring both Sam and Dean fighting alongside one another, instead of against each other.
Jensen Ackles said at SDCC that he's glad this season goes back, "to the original format of having both brothers unaffected, meaning not drinking demon blood, not with the Mark of Cain on their arm." The show will go back to the basics of their monster hunting endeavors, as they both feel the weight of guilt for releasing The Darkness. There will also be a handful of "monster-of-the-week" episodes that fans will get to see throughout the season. What do you think about these new details for The CW Network series? Would you like to see Jeffrey Dean Morgan return as John Winchester?Read More