Sera Gamble Is Leaving ‘Supernatural’ As Showrunner

Sera Gamble is leaving CW’s Supernatural after a two season run as chief writer and producer of the series. Gamble wrote for the show during creator Eric Kripke’s time at the reins for the first five seasons as well, but is making her exit after this season wraps. Jeremy Carver is returning to the show to take over Gamble’s position. Carver worked on the series for three previous seasons before he ran Syfy’s Being Human which was also recently picked up. CW hasn’t officially picked up Supernatural for an eighth season, but the news is expected to come soon as networks don’t usually switch show runners if the series isn’t expected to return. Supernatural continues to be a strong player for CW, and has a cult fan following. And we love it… so we don’t want it going anywhere either! Supernatural fans, sound off about the news! Let us know your thoughts. Will this be good for the...

Reasons To Watch Supernatural

For every fan of Supernatural who visits this site, there are bound to be those of you who have never watched it. Perhaps you are curious about the show and want to understand what all the fuss is about. Maybe you’ve been thinking about watching it yourself and are seeking out reasons to do so. If you are in the last category, we can certainly help you out. Why should you watch Supernatural, when you could be testing out your new phone, or playing a cheeky game of bingo instead? Well, we’ll list a few reasons for you below. You want to make an informed decision, after all. The cure for Twilight Many Supernatural fans are partial to Twilight too, but our vampires are considerably grittier, scarier and thirstier. They don’t sparkle when they are under direct sunlight either, and are far more reminiscent of what we expect from them. Only with their own individuality. The monsters Do you enjoy getting creeped out by scary TV and movies? Then you’ll love Supernatural. Nothing is ever as it seems. Many of the seasons focus on demons, but the monsters have come back since season six, and they aren’t predictable. Think Djinns, vampires and shape shifters. Eeek! Comedy Admittedly, there is a lot of angst in the narrative, but this is broken up by plenty of laughs. The wit is sharp and on point every episode, and the show has the uncanny ability to make you giggle one moment, and cower the next. The soundtrack No joke, this show has THE best soundtrack. Classic rock is the genre of choice on Supernatural, and it serves to give the show a lot of credibility. If you are a fan of Led Zeppelin, or AC/DC, then you’ve found your TV show of...

Misha Collins Returning To ‘Supernatural’

Misha Collins, who played Castiel on Supernaturaluntil the character’s seeming death in the beginning of the season, is returning to the show. Collins will be guest-starring in the seventeenth episode of the season as well as “at least” two more episodes after that. There is a possibility, though, that he will not be playing Castiel.”It has always been our intention to bring back Misha in some form,” said executive producer Sera Gamble earlier in the season. “We certainly can’t say too much about where the story is going to go, but we love Misha and want to continue to work with him.” This should certain make Supernatural fans and Misha Collins fans happy! We know some of them were ready to boycott the series earlier this season when his character died. Are you happy with the news? Sound off in our comment section below!...

7.6 Slash Fiction Gallery

We’ve got new photos from episode 7.6! Check out the information below! “SUPERNATURAL” — (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) “Slash Ficton” (TV-14, LV) (HDTV) DOUBLE THE WINCHESTERS, DOUBLE THE FUN — Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) are once again on the FBI’s “Most Wanted” list when two Leviathans clone the brothers and go on a killing spree. The subject of a nationwide manhunt, Sam and Dean need to drop off the grid so Bobby (Jim Beaver) sends them to Frank Deveraux (guest star Kevin R. McNally), a quirky surveillance expert, for help. Meanwhile, Bobby continues to search for a way to kill the Levianthans, or at least slow them down, so the real Winchesters can stop their evil doppelgangers. John Showalter directed the episode written by Robbie Thompson...

7.5 Shut Up, Dr. Phil Gallery

We’ve got new photos from episode 7.5! Check out the information below! “SUPERNATURAL” — (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET) “Shut Up, Dr. Phil” (TV-14, DLV) (HDTV) “BUFFY THE VAMPIRE SLAYER” ALUMS CHARISMA CARPENTER AND JAMES MARSTERS GUEST STAR — Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) meet Maggie Stark (guest star Charisma Carpenter), a witch who has unleashed her wrath on a small town, resulting in numerous deaths. Sam and Dean track down her husband, Donald (guest star James Marsters), to see if he can help. Donald tells the brothers that Maggie is mad at him for having an affair and is taking it out on the townspeople. Phil Sgriccia directed the episode written by Brad Buckner & Eugenie Ross-Leming...

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