Are you ready for Demon Dean (aka the Deanmon)? A new trailer for season 10 debuted, and it’s full of plenty of goodness. Crowley and Dean are working together to build the perfect Hell, Sam is desperate to save his brother and Dean is…bad-ass. He’s robbing convenience stores, looking at porn, going to strip clubs and doing a karaoke version of “I’m Too Sexy.” If that’s not enough, Sam’s arm is in a sling, so he’s probably going to get hurt very badly in the early episodes.
We’re less than five weeks away from the season 10 premiere, and now we have our first look at the first episode, “Black.” And it seems Demon Dean is fond of karaoke and waitresses.
The new poster for season 10 has arrived, and the tagline says it all: “Wrestle Your Demons.” Obviously Demon Dean will be the big storyline going into the new season, and it’s nice to see Crowley and Cas both showing up on the poster as well.
Supernatural is still two months away from the start of season 10 and the upcoming 200th episode, but the CW released a new video chronicling the show. Enjoy a look back at every character you’ve ever loved, hated or loved to hate, ending with, in my opinion, the single best moment in the history of the series.
Following this past weekend’s Comic-Con panel, more tidbits are getting out about the upcoming 10th season. Keep reading for some spoilers.
Sunday was Supernatural‘s panel at Comic-Con, offering plenty of details on season 10, mostly centered on Demon Dean. Keep reading for the info.
The details on Supernatural‘s annual Comic-Con panel in San Diego have finally been released, and as usual, the show will take over Hall H on the final day of the convention, Sunday, July 27 at 10am. The four stars (Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, Misha Collins and Mark Sheppard) will all be on the panel along with EP Jeremy Carver.
Today Jared Padalecki tweeted some very important news. The 10th season of Supernatural will premiere Tuesday, October 7 at 9pm on the CW. Mark your calendars!
And if that’s not enough, the CW will air a special retrospective on the show the night before, Monday, October 6 at 9pm, to get fans pumped up.
Have you ever wanted to see Cas do improv comedy? Now you can. The summer is slow for SPN fans, but on Monday, June 16 at 8pm, the CW will air a new episode of Whose Line Is It Anyway? featuring Misha Collins as the celebrity guest.
If you’re unfamiliar, Whose Line is an improv comedy show where a troupe of four comedians must make up skits based on suggestions from the audience and host Aisha Tyler. It may not be Supernatural, but it should be fun to see a completely different side of Misha.
Crowley is here to stay. According to THR, Mark Sheppard, who plays the King of Hell, has been promoted to a series regular for season 10! He’ll join Jensen, Jared and Misha as part of the main cast.
The news is exciting, but not entirely shocking given the big twist at the end of season 9. Since Dean is now a demon, and Crowley was the one who was there when it happened, it seems only natural that he’d play a big part in Dean’s storyline.
Sheppard first joined the cast in season 5 and has been a guest star ever since.