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.
Last month, a new report surfaced that an upcoming Season 11 episode of Supernatural will take the Winchester Brothers (Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles) into the world of professional wrestling. TV Line is reporting that the show has cast current WWE Superstar Mike Mizanin in this episode, which will be the 15th of this season. The episode doesn't have a current air date, but the show will return to kick off the back half of Season 11 with The Devil In the Details on Wednesday, January 20.
Mike Mizanin, a.k.a. "The Miz," will play Shawn Harley, an up and coming talented young wrestler who has a serious temper, and will do anything to rise through the ranks. Last month's report also revealed that the episode will feature characters such as "Gunnar Lawless," a wrestling legend who is struggling with a lifetime full of regrets, and "Rio," a female wrestling manager who is saddened by so many of her wrestlers passing away from untimely deaths. It isn't known if the show's producers plan on casting any other former or current WWE stars for this episode.Read More
We reported last month that the 15th episode of this current season centers on a wrestling tour that has been "rocked with some serious mayhem." Some of the wrestlers featured in this episode will be "Gunnar Lawless," a wrestling legend who is struggling with a lifetime full of regrets, "Shawn Harley," an ambitious rookie with a hot temper, and "Rio," a female wrestling manager who is saddened by so many of her wrestlers passing away from untimely deaths. Production on the episode begins in early January.
It isn't known if this episode will feature the Winchester brothers actually getting into the ring, or if any of the aforementioned wrestling characters have been cast yet. If there are no breaks between the January 20 midseason premiere and this untitled 15th episode, it should air on The CW Wednesday, February 24, but that air date has not yet been confirmed. It isn't known if other supporting characters such as Crowley (Mark Sheppard), Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino), Rowena (Ruth Connell) or Amara (Emily Swallow) will be featured in this episode.Read More
In just a few short weeks, The CW's long-running series Supernatural will return to kick off the back half of Season 11 with the winter premiere The Devil in the Details, airing Wednesday, January 20 at 9 PM ET. While no plot details have been released for that episode, TV Line has new information about another Season 11 episode, that will pit Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) against a group of professional wrestlers. If you have been waiting for these monster hunters to invade the world of pro wrestling, this as of yet untitled episode should be just up your alley.
The episode, which will be the 15th of Supernatural Season 11, centers on a wrestling tour that has been "rocked with some serious mayhem." Some of the wrestlers featured in this episode will be "Gunnar Lawless," a wrestling legend who is struggling with a lifetime full of regrets, "Shawn Harley," an ambitious rookie with a hot temper, and "Rio," a female wrestling manager who is saddened by so many of her wrestlers passing away from untimely deaths. Production on the episode begins in early January.Read More
We only get to spend one hour a week with the Winchester Bros. There's a lot that happens between Sam and Dean that we never get to see. That all changes with this week's all-new episode of Supernatural titled Baby. This latest adventure will be told entirely from the perspective of Dean's beloved '67 Chevrolet Impala. And it promises to expose some secrets even hardcore fans don't know.
Ever since its debut in 2005, Supernatural has revolved around three main characters. Sam, Dean and Baby. And along with Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, this bad ass Impala is one of the few cast members to have appeared in every single episode. While we got an origin story for Baby early on in the show's run, this will be the first time we're seeing all the action from Baby's point-of-view. The episode will never leave the car. We'll finally learn what happens in the Winchester's mobile home base when no one is looking. And it offers a completely different peek into the demon hunters' on-the-road lifestyle.Read More
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