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Finally, a Supernatural promo worth watching

by Hemal Jhaveri, posted Aug 25th 2009 2:56PM
Supernatural Season 5It's been a while since Supernatural fans have had anything to get excited about. If anything, the big name casting spoiler that creator Eric Kripke threw out there had fans feeling a little uneasy about the show's possible final season. But, there might be reason to rejoice.

After two lackluster promos for the coming season on The CW, Watch With Kristin over at E! Online recently posted a one minute sneak peek trailer for season five that looks good. Really good. Like, the-end-of-world-is-coming-so-brace-yourselves good. To spare spoiler-phobes, the full preview, plus my speculations, are after the jump.

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Supernatural will get Paris Hilton

by Danny Gallagher, posted Aug 8th 2009 12:00PM
Paris Hilton in a rare clothed appearanceTV's Supernatural is about to get a lot weirder, and for a show that's about undead beings that steal people's "life forces" and shapeshifting douchebags, that's pretty damn weird.

E! Online scooped the universe with confirmation that Paris "The Human Spotlight" Hilton will make a guest star appearance on the paranormal CW show.

The network didn't spill much on the plot of Miss Hilton's visit, but noted "We've heard the storyline, and when you see it you will die." So I guess if you're not a big fan of dying, don't watch Supernatural or better yet, make someone you hate watch it. You've committed guilt-free murder, and The CW earns another ratings point.

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Kripke and the producers spilled juicy teasers about Supernatural all over San Diego

by Jason Hughes, posted Jul 27th 2009 10:58AM
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Creator Erik Kripke, and producers Ben Edlund and Sera Gamble talked a lot about Supernatural at Comic-Con on Sunday. The show is entering the fifth chapter in Kripke's five year vision. But check out this quote from the show's creator: "We're not going to stretch this one out past its expiration, we're not going to drag this one into a place it isn't. We're going to tell this one the way it's supposed to be told, and it's going to end, but another story can begin."

Imagine that. No pressure from the network to stretch it out and stall and add Nikki and Paulo to distract the audience for awhile. Letting a creator's vision play out as intended? How very ... modern of them. Less exciting is that Kripke was, well, cryptic as to whether or not he'd stay on for a sixth season should the show return; and it will.

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Sam vs. Dean: Whose side are you on?

by Hemal Jhaveri, posted May 13th 2009 12:03PM
Last Thursday's episode of Supernatural ended with a much suspected (and anticipated) beat down between the Winchester brothers, Sam and Dean. When we saw them last, Sam had pretty much beaten Dean to a bloody, but still devilishly attractive, pulp. As Sam left, Dean yelled at him to never come back (which I'm sure faithful fans will remember are the last words John said to Sam before he left for Stanford).

Well, it looks like those brotherly bonds are pretty much frayed and forgotten right now. Sam is getting cozy with the demons, Dean with the angels, and they certainly are not working together. When their brewing feud comes to a head this Thursday ... I'm rooting for Sam to win.

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Are Supernatural fans ruining the show?

by Hemal Jhaveri, posted May 8th 2009 12:02PM
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Being a fan of a "cult" show is a mixed blessing. On the one hand, cult fans are a special breed that live and die with the show. Shows that manage to shore up a devoted (or rabid) fan base can expect to stick around for a decent amount of time. On the other hand, these fans are notoriously finicky and can turn on you in an instant.

I imagine that Supernatural creator Eric Kripke has to feel somewhat the same way. While it's the base that's kept him at the CW for the past four seasons, he must realize what a demanding, petulant and critical bunch we are. Supernatural fans haven't yet reached the Trekkie level, but they seem to have an endless stream of complaints. So, as we approach the season finale of Supernatural, I have to wonder, do fans have too much of a say in what's going on with the series?

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TV Squad Ten: Reasons you should watch Supernatural

by Hemal Jhaveri, posted Jan 21st 2009 2:05PM
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It's not usual for a show in its fourth season to see a sudden ratings surge, but that's exactly what's happening to the CW's little known (and little watched) Supernatural. The horror-genre show has long been a cult favorite, struggling in its Thursday night 9 pm slot. This season, though, the show has seen an uptick in viewers, logging an average of 3.32 million eyeballs a week, well ahead of their season three numbers.

Even a devotee like myself can admit that the show's charms are an acquired taste, preferably to those with a forgiving palette. This season, though, has been good enough for me to think, wow you should really watch. And here are ten excellent reasons why you should watch:

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Supernatural fans get their act together

by Hemal Jhaveri, posted Jan 8th 2009 5:03PM
Never underestimate what an organized group of fans can accomplish. Just look at what those Jerico 'Nuts' were able to do. A few days in advance of the show's mid-season return, Supernatural fans have launched their second annual charity drive/ratings ploy called Support Supernatural. The campaign aims to collect donations on behalf of the show's hunky stars, Jared Padaleki and Jensen Ackles, and provide a little press for the CW show. It all sounds fine and altruistic, but why does it feel, I don't know, just a little bit creepy?

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The Supernatural Panel - Comic-Con Report

by Richard Keller, posted Jul 29th 2008 12:01PM

The cast of Supernatural at Comic-Con 2008

For most of my time at Comic-Con the TV show panels had a fairly diverse audience, with an equal amount of men and women. However, during the Sunday morning panels for Smallville and Supernatural I noticed a significant female shift in the audience. This was definitely prominent with Supernatural. Of course, being that the main characters of Sam and Dean (played by Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki) are hot it's understandable. Well, at least that what I observed...I just think they're cute.

Regardless of your opinion of their looks these two stars, along with creator Eric Kripke, talked about season four of Supernatural and what's coming up for the demon hunting brothers.

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Supernatural: No Rest For The Wicked (season finale)

by Brett Love, posted May 16th 2008 9:02AM

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(S03E16) Well, it's that time of the year again. Damned season finales everywhere you look. On the one hand, it's good, because a season finale usually means that you are going to get the good. On the other hand, it also means that we are now going to have to tuck our favorite characters away for the summer and occupy our time with something else, like books, or old beat up trucks. The goods were definitely in play for the Supernatural finale. For the last year we've all been wondering what would happen when time ran out on Dean's deal, and we finally found out.
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Supernatural: Time Is On My Side

by Brett Love, posted May 9th 2008 8:29AM

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(S03E15) The penultimate episode of season three went a long ways toward answering many of our questions. The season long question of whether or not Dean can get out of his deal remains up in the air, but we now know what has to be done to save him. All of those little bits were enough to sell this episode, but just for kicks and giggles, the fine folks over at Supernatural tossed in some answers about the controversial Bela. And even that wasn't enough. The monster of the week managed to tie both of those stories together, and give a shout out to John. There was a lot going on, and we'll get to it all, after the jump.
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Supernatural: Long-Distance Call

by Brett Love, posted May 2nd 2008 8:15AM

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(S03E14) Last week the Supernatural team went off the reservation and delivered an episode that seemed to split the fan base. As evidenced in the comments here, and at other Supernatural haunts around the web, there were a number of fans that just weren't sold on the Ghostfacers. I suspect that this week was a welcome turnaround for those folks. With "Long-Distance Call" we had a classic episode.
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Supernatural: Ghostfacers

by Brett Love, posted Apr 25th 2008 8:03AM

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(S03E13) Good grief, has it really been two months? Finally, after eight weeks with no new episodes, the Winchesters return to reclaim their Thursday home. Just to get everyone back up to speed: Here's how it is. Earth got used up. We moved out... wait. That's a completely different show. When last we left Sam and Dean, they had just spent the night fighting off a gaggle of demons, and we got our first look at the new big bad in town, Lilith. You might have been expecting to pick things up there with the new episode. No such luck. Lilith was nowhere to be found, but that isn't a bad thing. Despite the main story being placed on the back burner, the episode was a home run.
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Supernatural: Fresh Blood

by Brett Love, posted Nov 16th 2007 10:01AM
Sterling K Brown and Katie Chapman - Supernatural
(S03E07) Well now, guess who's back? This was an episode that many Supernatural fans had been waiting a good ten months for. Technically, Gordon Walker returned a few weeks ago in "Bad Day At Black Rock". But that was just a little taste, a hint at what was to come. This was the payoff, and it was well worth the wait. On the off chance that Gordon's obsessed return wasn't enough, they also brought along Buffy vet Mercedes McNab, and the boys made a little more progress in their ongoing, car based, relationship therapy.
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Supernatural: Red Sky at Morning

by Brett Love, posted Nov 9th 2007 11:23AM
Jensen Ackles and Lauren Cohan - Supernatural
(S03E06) "How do you sleep at night?"

"On silk sheets, rolling naked in money."

Week six picks up right where we left off, with Sam having dispatched the crossroads demon in his attempt to get Dean out of the deal, and Dean figuring the whole thing out. It also marked the return of the feisty new hunter/artifact dealer Bela. Together the three of them set out on another adventure that once again got the balance of the mystery, the creepy, and the comedy just right.
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Supernatural: Bedtime Stories

by Brett Love, posted Nov 2nd 2007 7:00AM

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(S03E05) The Supernatural team had me confused for a bit this week. The show kicked off with some pretty important flashes in the opening. A brief history of the Colt, Ruby helping Bobby repair it, and the yellow-eyed demon once again posing the question about the Sam that came back from the dead. Certainly an opening that suggests there are some big fish to fry with episode five. But then, over the next fifty minutes or so, we got none of that. Instead, it was a stand alone episode, albeit a very entertaining one. Luckily, just as I was starting to think someone had pulled a fast one in the editing bay, they made good with that opening at the end of the show.

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