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Misha Collins Returning as Series Regular

Good news, Cas fans: He’s not going anywhere. THR reports that Misha Collins will stick around for season 10 as a series regular.

 

Though Collins has been around since season 4, this will be only his fourth season as a series regular. He was credited as a guest star in seasons 4, 7 and 8, but was a series regular (alongside Jared and Jensen) for seasons 5, 6 and the current ninth season.

 

 

News posted on May 9, 2014 Comments (49)

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  1. YAY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! I miss Castiel

    Comment by angel67 — May 9, 2014 @ 10:43 am

  2. I don’t find that good news. I was hoping Cas would end up being the bad one this season and Dean would kill him…or that the angel story was over and he would be left in Heaven. Of course, I know there is no God, so that wouldn’t happen. So now we will probably see Cas dealing with manpain, since he is burning up from borrowed grace (Hello, Sam’s S6 and S7 story). Ugh!

    Comment by Sheri — May 9, 2014 @ 10:55 am

  3. NOOOOOooooooooooooooooo!!!!!!

    I was so hoping Cas and the angel brigade would disappear off to heaven for good!

    Comment by Tammy — May 9, 2014 @ 11:43 am

  4. How the heck can this be good news? He’s boring as hell and can’t act at all.

    I was all pleased there hadn’t been any news about him for the next season. Again, noooo!

    Comment by Tammy — May 9, 2014 @ 11:46 am

  5. Aside from one of the Js leaving, the continued presence of this character is the WORST POSSIBLE NEWS FOR SN. As he has every season, he’ll continue to cause irreparable damage to the quality of the show.

    Comment by JT — May 9, 2014 @ 12:18 pm

  6. Well I agree with comments 2-5 -He dumbs down this series everytime he is on screen. Gawd this is horrible news. More angels?? really? ugggggg.

    Comment by animal — May 9, 2014 @ 2:25 pm

  7. Great news. This show needs good supporting characters around the brothers and Cas is the best. He has a huge fanbase so really letting him go would have been stupid.

    Comment by Jackie — May 9, 2014 @ 2:55 pm

  8. Yay Cas!! I enjoy a supporting cast and I still miss Bobby and Kevin.

    I don’t like him human, or whiny or all powerful or as a leader, so give him back his grace and keep him on the same quest as the brothers.

    He doesn’t need to be in every episode or in all scenes. A phone call for lore or info will do just fine. I will admit to not liking his own story within the show and does there have to be an angel storyline to keep Cas around?

    Comment by Beanie — May 9, 2014 @ 3:42 pm

  9. @ Beanie: Well, Cas is either an angel or he’s human. As an angel, beyond S4, he has been a comedian, the bad guy, God, crazy as a fruit basket, a penitent, a really stupid human, and now an angel on borrowed grace. My guess is that next season we will see manpain angel, since they haven’t shown any bad effects from the stolen grace and no signs of him ‘burning out’ this season, but have pointedly brought up that issue. He’s either got to be a sick angel or back to a human Winchester again.

    Comment by Sheri — May 9, 2014 @ 4:34 pm

  10. Beanie (#8): I agree with You. I Like Cas too and I do feel that -when he is written by intelligent people- he is an asset to the boy. I feel this stupid “human” version of him should be done with and he should become the Winchesters’ Angel Ally again. For me, he worked well then. And yes, he should not be in every single episode and no, there should not need to be an angel storyline to allow this character to exist. Now if the “Good News” had been that Carver and his band of lousy writers had all be jettisoned from the show there would be a celebration here.

    Comment by SL — May 9, 2014 @ 8:36 pm

  11. You’re joking!
    That’s the worst news we could have got!

    The Castiel/angel story-line has been stretched to breaking point, so how are they going to give a credible arc to this character?

    This obsession of TPTB to keep him on SPN is ruining any new fresh story-lines that could be created, as the writers are going to have to find space in the episodes for his stale trench-coated persona.

    The best news we could have got is that Carver and his writers had been booted out and Kripke had taken over. But that is wishful thinking, I know. :(

    Comment by isleofskye — May 10, 2014 @ 12:30 am

  12. For those who think this keeps Castiel as a supporting character, that is not what has been done this year or presumably for next. He is a regular; equal billing with J2, a defining character of the series with his own arc which J2 must play to. If 10 is to be like this year the series is half J2 and half Castiel.
    Wish it were a joke, but Castiel and his angel world will kill any hope of one last year of a good SPN. Depressing. But, Collins’ limited acting skills, adolescent humor, and appeal to teens and pre-teens is what CW is all about, and a series dominated by his angel world can thrive on lazy and even incompetent writing, story is absolutely unimportant–showcasing your twitter celebrity is the most important thing. Sound business decision for CW. No wonder CW dropped Bloodlines; CW has a spinoff: SPN: the Angel Version–and it got acceptable ratings this year.

    Comment by CaseyT — May 10, 2014 @ 6:29 am

  13. I agree 100% caseyt-Maybe though that SPN:the Angel Version will be the SPN spinoff that they want so badly. Maybe they will show it early in the season 10 next year and then they will be gone??? spinoffed and gone. hmmmmm. Now that I could get behind. I would push that like crazy since I have no intention of watching ANY spinoff of SPN the PTB might come up with with this grou of producers and writers. So if Cas and the angels are the spinoff (Singer and Carver love Misha so much) Then maybe SPN will get back to what its supposed to be about and we could actually have writers and show runnes that love our winchesters.

    Comment by animal — May 10, 2014 @ 8:37 am

  14. group showrunners – keyboard help!!

    Comment by animal — May 10, 2014 @ 8:38 am

  15. My DEAR SPN RUNNERS, Season 10 HAS NOT started YET and I’m damn EXCITED about it. So, I BEG YOU, PLEASE done KILL my EXCITEMENT by your DUMB NEWS which you call GOOD NEWS :-/
    Frankly speaking, whenever angels appear in an episode Swear By God, I don’t change the channel because of Jensen Ackles/Dean Winchester otherwise, I hate the storyline in which ANGELS are involved…… :-/

    Comment by Warah — May 10, 2014 @ 9:22 am

  16. You know its kinda funny. Dabb writes a so called spinoff of SPN. Carver and company and Pedowitz read the script and OK’d it and thought it was a good idea. It gets panned like crazy-And Pedowitz says no to the spinoff. Now these same people think it is a good idea to keep Collins/Cas on SPN. If they couldn’t get the spinoff right (the money spent also is a factor). What makes them think keeping Collins/Cas on the show is a good deal??? They are under the impression that the writing is what is making SPN go. They don’t get its J2-not the story, not Collins. J2-thats all. Man these people are clueless.

    Comment by animal — May 10, 2014 @ 2:30 pm

  17. AMEN Animal. When are the writers and show runners going to learn that the only reason a lot of the fans are still watching, is for Jensen and Jared. And I mean Jensen and Jared, not Dean and Sam. The angel story is boring!!! Sorry Misha fans, but as we learned this season, he cannot carry an episode.

    I would like SPN to go out with most of us wanting it to keep going. At least that is what J2 deserves. They have been working the butts off for us for nine years.

    Comment by mj — May 10, 2014 @ 3:39 pm

  18. Call me delusional….but I do not watch a show simply because of the actor who portrays the character.

    I want a story. I want to be entertained. I want to be invested in a plot, a theme, a goal. Am I going to love every episode? No. Am I going to like every story told? No.

    If the actors want to continue doing the show but want to negotiate more time off, less hours of filming, etc., something has to give.

    I’m not saying this is in anyway true and this is posed AS AN EXAMPLE but……what if J2 – as they appear to be called – said; ‘we’re willing to sign on for future seasons, but we’re older now with more responsibilities and our priorities have changed. We have to lighten our load.’

    I prefer Cas as a series regular (note, STILL doesn’t have to be in every episode or take up twenty plus minutes of the episode he is in) to more episodes like ‘Teenage Mutant Monster Hunters’ and/or ‘Bitten’ to accommodate the actors requests.

    To each their own…………..

    .

    Comment by Auggie — May 10, 2014 @ 4:41 pm

  19. YES!!
    So glad Cas is going to be in the next season!
    Cas’s presence is a breath of fresh air from the toxic ‘brother bond’ and constant Sam lovefest. Hope by series regular they mean more episodes than this season, I’ve missed Cas.

    Comment by Arianrhod — May 11, 2014 @ 2:38 am

  20. animal–I think it is more likely that J2 will drop out after 10 and something callec SPN will go on with Collins as its star. Certainly seems to be moving in that direction.Think that will tank. The Castiel fans are an addition to the Winchester fans not the core audience. Those who see the brother bond as “toxic” are along for the ride, they are not the drivers.I just don’t think they are ever going to get the elimination of Sam and a Jensen-Collins series.

    Comment by CaseyT — May 11, 2014 @ 6:40 am

  21. *happy dance*
    Interestingly, according to the zap2it poll, 94% of fans are happy he’s back and consider him a permanent part of team . Another couple percentage like him, but more as a side character, and like 4% feel the way you guys do and just want Dean and Sam.
    It’s weird for me to be so much in the majority. Not here, of course, since you guys have been pretty vocal about not liking Cas. I think you guys still have a right to your opinion, and I think I’ve read enough of your posts to understand why you think what you do. I feel bad that a character and actor that is such a big part of why I love the show doesn’t appeal to you. But hey, maybe Misha will win you over eventually. It would be nice to share a little more of the Cas love on the site, instead of seeing so much hate.

    Comment by t1gerlilly — May 11, 2014 @ 7:10 am

  22. @tigerlilly-That pole is a joke. I was one of the no votes. When I saw the percentages it peaked my detective in me. (I thought 90+ percent are happy? can’t be). So I did an experiment. I tried to vote no again. Guess what? It took it. That was a multiple voting pole. You could vote 1000 times if you wanted to. Misha fans would do that. But those that don’t like him (like me)_and those that only want him once in a while are NOT going to waste time voting. So That pole means nothing at all.l

    Comment by animal — May 11, 2014 @ 7:46 am

  23. That’s ” waste time voting multiple times. “

    Comment by animal — May 11, 2014 @ 7:47 am

  24. @Casey-no there will never ever be a Jensen/Collins show. When Jared is done-Jensen will be done and visa versa. They are best friends and brothers and business partners. I am seriously thinking though that Carver and Jim Michaels (not sure about Singer-he is a fan of J2 but he said he is done with SPN after season 10) but anyway carver and michaels and Dabb will push for a cas spinoff. It will tank-big time because you need someone with charisma and acting chops and professionalism, a likeablility to them to make a show go-Collins has only some minimal acting chops but none of the others that are more essential to a successful show.

    Comment by animal — May 11, 2014 @ 8:20 am

  25. @Auggie-heres a solution to J2 wanting time more time off. If we have to have cas. How about they do what they did in s1-s2. They alternated character focus each episode. 1 episode Sam heavy-Dean light. Next episode Dean heavy – Sam light. Next episode Brother heavy-mytharc episode. it alternated that way. It was a pattern. It worked. They could throw in the support characters every 4 or 5 episodes. And cut the season to 18-20 episodes. That would keep the storytelling more streamline. Give J2 their extra time off. But you see Carver and company are idiots-they don’t know how to make a series run.

    Comment by animal — May 11, 2014 @ 8:27 am

  26. Unlike many here, I don’t dislike Castiel. I like Cas. I like Misha. I think he’s a fine actor.

    That said, I have reservations about Cas’s continued presence on the show since the writers don’t seem to know what to do w/him. If I’m honest, this regime doesn’t seem to know what to do w/J2 either. If they could end the terminally boring angel conflict and get Cas back to his original characterization, I might be happy w/this news. As it stands, I see Cas filling in (and not in a good or interesting way) when J2 want time off.

    I would support Cas if I felt he would be used appropriately.

    Comment by Lisa1 — May 11, 2014 @ 2:02 pm

  27. How can you people be so horrible leaving such nasty comments on Cas..!! If you hate him that much just keep your negative comments to yourself cause it affects others especially Cas Fans who love him not hate him !!I am so over the moon to hear that Cas will be back next Season 10 as a series regular..Love to see him mingle with his best buddies Jared & Jensen..It’s going to be so much fun with all the three musketeers back together!!!Many thanks to the writers !!

    Comment by raiko — May 11, 2014 @ 4:50 pm

  28. @ raiko: Hello…comment board here. Not reserved for group think.

    It’s pretty sad that some people are so emotionally immature that they get hurt feelings because others don’t share their opinion.

    Comment by Sheri — May 11, 2014 @ 5:22 pm

  29. I dont care about Cas one way or the other but I am tired of the angel storyline that has been dragging on for years and years now.

    Comment by jace — May 11, 2014 @ 5:42 pm

  30. @animal – first, I don’t know if the poll tracked IP. Some polls will let you resubmit, but won’t tally additional votes, and only allow one per IP.
    So I don’t think your conclusions are valid unless you can say whether they were tracking by IP or not. Secondly, I didn’t know you could submit multiple times, because I didn’t try it. Of course, since you aren’t a cas fan and voted multiple times and I am a cas fan and didn’t… I’d also say that your second line of reasoning is highly suspect. Not to use logic or anything. I wouldn’t want to do that.

    Comment by t1gerlilly — May 11, 2014 @ 7:36 pm

  31. As I see it, SN’s fan base is divided into two major groups.

    One group struggles to restore the artistic integrity of SN. Most of these fans became invested in the show because of the outstanding actors, writers, and directors of the early seasons. Since Kripke’s departure from the series, his vision has been lost, inferior show runners have taken over, and the quality of SN has spiraled downward. With the performances of JP and JA the only remaining vestige of excellence on the series, these fans are determined to keep Sam and Dean front and center on SN.

    The other group of fans is smaller but gives the impression of being massive because these extremely vocal and demanding viewers tend to use multiple names to tweet the network and vote numerous times in polls. They have little or no interest in the SN created by Kripke or in artistic quality. Many or most watch the show because they want to see Misha Collins as Castiel interact with Dean. If Castiel were no longer on the series, it’s unlikely they’d keep watching.

    Unfortunately, the network and series producers are more interested in appealing to the second group of fans than the first. Thus, for the most part, SN’s ratings have remained mediocre to poor.

    Comment by JT — May 12, 2014 @ 6:45 am

  32. I don’t mind Cas as long as his presence does make sense. Big no to more angels stories, it bored me to death this season. If I ever re-watch S9 I am fast-forwarding angels part.

    @JT I agree with your post (@31)except for the rating part. SPN finishing this season as #1 show on CW. I don’t know if you can call its ratings mediocre or poor (by CW standards of course)

    Comment by AAA — May 12, 2014 @ 8:49 am

  33. @ JT: Unfortunately, we have a group of emotionally immature writers who listen to those fans that interact with them on the social network, so we end up getting a lot of fan service, and stories that push the characters, instead of like earlier episodes where the characters always drove the plot.

    I don’t think I have seen one person on Twitter say anything negative about Cas, and that is really not the place to do that. Hell, I’ve seen post after post on there following this latest episode where Gavin is now “family” and that he should be brought back next season.

    Comment by Sheri — May 12, 2014 @ 8:52 am

  34. @32 Thanks, AAA. I wasn’t thinking of the CW ratings, but I guess the network does.

    @33 Well said, Sheri. Really, really sad for SN.

    Comment by JT — May 12, 2014 @ 9:13 am

  35. Castiel was really good back in season 4 (and certain episodes after that), but ENOUGH IS ENOUGH.

    His role in season 9 has been rather pointless. The writers failed to take advantage of the fallen angels on earth storlyine (especially in the second half of the season), as well as to better develop the consequences of Castiel taking another angel’s grace.

    Also, Misha Collins does NOT drive up the ratings as some people claim; we’ve already debunked that theory (in fact, Bobby-centered episodes do more for rating spikes).

    Personally, I think they should give Castiel an epic death scene, and (some time later) use that as a way to explore what happens to Angles who are killed (where do they go?). Or, they can get to the bottom of why Castiel can’t stay dead.

    Comment by JJA — May 12, 2014 @ 11:48 am

  36. #tigerlilly #30 -though you make a good point but neither of us know the specific inner workings of that pole other than it was a simple up-down pole. Another scenario could be that a Misha fan used that program that loops and votes (sorry not computer literate in these matters :) so I don’t know what they call that-but it was used against Jensen in the first round of the Alpha Male pole. The votes of the actor that was running against Jensen exploded. The actor was way ahead until someone caught that program was being used and shut it down. I sound stupid sometimes I know when I don’t know the language but you know what I mean I am sure.

    Tigerlilly though I think you need to be honest with yourself here though. Do you really think 94% were happy and that only 8% were either a no vote or used sparingly vote??

    Comment by animal — May 12, 2014 @ 1:40 pm

  37. As for your second comment about you voting once me twice actually. I would have to go into statics again and I learned from the last time if the person you are talking to is on the defensive they won’t understand or want to. Plus it was just plain exhausting to try and explain it and frankly I don’t give a rats arse about that pole anyway. I was just responding to you because you seemed to put a heavy weight on the outcome of that pole.

    Comment by animal — May 12, 2014 @ 1:46 pm

  38. @ animal: No need to even worry about the poll. It was not a random sampling; therefore, not scientific and; therefore, doesn’t mean a damned thing. Ratings are everything on TV and, as JJA #35 pointed out, the ratings have never gone up or down depending on whether Cas was in an episode or not. If I remember correctly, I think Charming Charlie’s viewer numbers actually go down for her episodes.

    Also, as AAA pointed out — SPN was the No. 1 show for the CW network. That says at lot for a nine-year old show on TV, and mostly what it says is that SPN has an incredibly loyal fan base — regardless of the crap the writers are putting out. Everyone in that board room had better thank the gods that Kripke found JA and JP, or the show would have sunk many, many years ago.

    And, t1gerlilly, Collins had NOTHING to do with building the show or it’s success. He built his career with the show through a campaign of self-promotion and Dawn O. and S. Gamble swooning over him. If he were to get killed off, SPN would survive just fine — hell, it did when they got rid of Jim Beaver, and Bobby was a very much loved character.

    Comment by Sheri — May 12, 2014 @ 7:58 pm

  39. Bobby was a great character, but I personally don’t object to the show killing him off during season 7. The boys do need to grow up sooner or later, so it makes sense that all the mentors/father-figures would be killed off at some point.

    What I object to is Castiel STILL being a regular. Whatever point the character of Castiel is suppose to make, I hope they get to it soon and move on.

    PLUS, there were so many great characters who should have been developed more over the years. Rufus and Ellen, for example, should have appeared in (many) more episodes.

    Comment by JJA — May 12, 2014 @ 9:16 pm

  40. @ JJA #39: The writers ruined Bobby’s character the minute they put him into a wheelchair and turned him whiney. I didn’t mind him being killed off, either.

    The brothers should have moved into the position of being hunter royalty at that time, but nope — floundering, angsty, lost and confused, trying to find themselves, coming-of-age is not what I expected or wanted.

    I am still ticked off about killing Ellen and Rufus off and being left with characters like Garth, Charlie. Even Jodi, who I don’t mind, dilutes the hunter community, more than adds to it. A civilian woman can do a one-armed swing and take a vamp’s head off, when the brothers use both arms and all their strength to swing the machete, or vamps leaving her knocked out, instead of killing her because…you know…they are MONSTERS. Crap like that, which is done just to showcase a support character, drives me nuts.

    Comment by Sheri — May 13, 2014 @ 4:34 am

  41. @40, Sheri, right! Not are the ranks of people in the life swelling to astonishing proportions, not only can anyone become proficient at monster killing in no time, supernaturals must be proliferating like mad to keep these hunters busy. (Yet, somehow, news of the monster takeover remains hidden from the authorities and the public.)

    In S1, Kripke let the audience know that the brothers had undergone years of training to become competent at the job. They worked in absolute secrecy–so much so that Sam and Dean were surprised when they came across another hunter. Their mission was unique–special. They battled a form of evil most ordinary people would never even suspect existed.

    Now, with every Tom, Dick, and Harriet hunting monsters, the only way the Winchesters can achieve any uniqueness is for the writers to have them hunt bigger and bigger game–Lucifer, the Leviathan, the Queen of Hell, the self-proclaimed King of Heaven, and the King of Hell. I guess all that’s left is for the Winchesters to hunt SN’s God–or, more likely, each other.

    Comment by JT — May 13, 2014 @ 10:31 am

  42. @Sheri #40 — you bring up a really good point about Sam & Dean being hunter royalty.

    Alternatively, Sam & Dean could be mistrusted/hated by other hunters. We saw a bit of that during the Gordon Walker story, AND also during season 5, when hunters actually executed Sam & Dean (episode “Dark Side of the Moon”).

    Either way, the show has missed out on the opportunity to better explore the hunter society.

    Comment by JJA — May 13, 2014 @ 11:52 am

  43. @ JJA: Yeah, they blew the opportunity to show the Winchesters as royalty up against other hunters and to make them royalty in the hunting world. We are left with hunting is a stupid thing to do, not noble at all, causes nothing but thankless loss and sacrifice so these fools need to strive to be normal, and anyone from children to young girls, civilians, and idiots can do it. Angels and now frat boys who have learned everything human, including cultural references and pop culture language, and demons are evil bastards in business suits. (Did you notice in the last episode that the angels have shed their business suits and the demons taken to wearing them in a board room setting?)

    At least under Kripke, hunting was a heroes world.

    Comment by Sheri — May 13, 2014 @ 1:23 pm

  44. @38 Sheri – you are wrong on several points. For one, Felicia Day brings in viewers and her epis always have strong numbers. Secondly, Dawn O. wanted to introduce more female characters to the show – they were the ones who were supposed to go the distance. Misha created a character that from the moment he appeared in screen demanded viewer’s attention. He made deliberate character choices that resonated with the audience – that made angels believably terrifying and powerful – and Castiel an electrifying resence. His perfamnce, from the beginning, has been consistent, nuanced, and insightful.
    It always amazes me that people who complain about how diminished the angels are don’t realize that so much of what made the early angels great was the performances of the actors who played them – Misha among them.
    Next, Sera was the one who tried to turn him into the Big bad and then kill him off as showrunner in season seven. Misha is still around because his work is good and the fans love him for it.

    Comment by t1gerlilly — May 13, 2014 @ 10:44 pm

  45. Err. ‘An electrifying presence’ .
    Writing on a table in the wee hours makes my spelling a bit wonky

    Comment by t1gerlilly — May 13, 2014 @ 10:51 pm

  46. @t1gerlilly, I agree with you for once.
    Castiel is a very well loved character, and I’m not talking about Misha’s “minions”, general audience seems to like him, just like they like Crowley too. I may not be interested in him anymore, but I don’t hate him (some people make really hard not to do it, though). Of course the show would survive without him, but I don’t think the network would put themselves at risk of losing some viewers if they can help it. Besides, Jensen and Jared get along with Misha just fine and he gives them some time off.

    And about the angels, they were cool under Kripke’s orders, but I think most of the people who complain about them these days (me included)are upset because they no longer are how they used to be: mysterious, scary, powerful…Cas included. Uriel, Zachariah, Lucifer, Anna… they were great additions to the show. Compare them to Metatron, Gadreel, that stupid angel who was interrogated last week, etc. They are only factions killing each other and I’m sick of it.

    I agree with you about Sera Gamble too. She didn’t do Cas any favors. In season 6, she put him under a very bad light and the Winchesters only seemed to be interested in him when they needed something from him (as the angel Rachel pointed out). And she practically removed him from season 7. I even remember an interview where someone asked Misha if he hated her for it.

    Comment by emmanuel — May 14, 2014 @ 5:49 am

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  48. Personally, I’m chuffed to see Misha Collins returning for season 10! Castiel has always grabbed my attention from his first scene in Lazarus Rising and even through the disservice Gamble did to him in s7. That’s in so small way because he’s a brilliant, nuanced actor who has created a very memorable character who has captivated me. And I love his chemistry with J2 (they all seem to get along really well and Jensen commented recently “One day you’re a soap opera star and the next your two best friends are an energetic 6’4” puppy and a crazy person who commissions skittle portraits of your face” – BEST friends. So.. you know, there’s that for people who seem to think otherwise). He’s part of the family, whether you like it or not, and I’m thrilled that he’s back for another season. I personally can’t wait to see what they do with Dean, Sam, and Cas next. I’m with the show for the long haul and I recognize that successful shows evolve and grow if they want to continue – they’ve been doing that since s1.

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