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Paris Hilton To Guest Star On CW’s ‘Supernatural’

Sources tell us exclusively that celebutante Paris Hilton is going to guest star on episode five of Supernatural this season. Should you freak out? Is she going to be a love interest for the boys? Here’s what we’re hearing… Details about Hilton’s role are being kept under wraps, but we are advised that freaking out is not necessary. A source close to the show tells us: “The fans should trust [show runner] Eric Kripke.” (We’ve heard the storyline, and when you see it you will die. It’s awesome.) Who do you think Paris will play on Supernatural? How would you feel if she hooked up with one of the Winchester boys? Post your reaction in the comments. Supernatural season five premieres Thursday, Sept. 10 at 9 p.m. on the CW....

Our Interview With Supernatural Writer/Producer Sera Gamble

How is the writing process with show being such a male oriented show? Sera Gamble: It’s fine, it’s fine. It’s commensurate with the statistics in the industry as a whole. I could be wrong about that. I’m used to being in work environments full of men. It’s good. If I say, as a chick, this is what I think. Then they usually just take my word on it. I don’t play that card very often. So it’s not a hostile environment to work in? Sera Gamble: Oh no, no, no. In fact, it’s a really raunchy slightly pornographic room. I like it that way. We’re kind of immature and we have Dean’s sense of humor in the room. I’m very much included in that. I have the sense of humor of a twelve year old boy, that’s why I work on the show. For more dirt on Season 5, some spoilers, and who the returning guest stars will be – check out the full interview here – Supernatural Writer/Producer Sera Gamble Comic Con Interview!...

Our Interview With Supernatural Creator – Eric Kripke

What does, “God has the left the building,” mean? Eric Kripke: God in the mythology of our show has gone missing. He’s not in heaven. There is a bureaucracy of angels who don’t necessarily have the most benevolent intent – who are running things in his absences. That’s sort of why Zachariah and his ilk have jump-started the apocalypse. I think they just got impatient and there was no one telling them not to. You said that you had a five-year plan for the show. This is going to be season five, so what are your plans? Eric Kripke: The real answer is that we never dreamt it would go five years. At least I didn’t. So yes, there was a five-year plan, and a five-year story. We are in the fifth year of that story. This is the last chapter of this volume. We plan on telling it well and climatically. We certainly are also batting around ideas, and there’s no reason why there can’t be another volume, and no reason a new epic story can’t begin. We’re not going to stretch this one out past its expiration date. We’re not going to drag this one to a place it isn’t. We’re going to tell it the way it supposed to be told and it’s going to end. Another story can begin. That’s what we’re preparing for, and well just see how the season goes. For more dirt on Season 5, if Eric will be involved in Season 6 (if there is one), and to find out about some surprise new characters check out the full interview here – Supernatural Creator Eric Kripke Comic Con Interview...

Supernatural Season 5 Premiere Announced!

The CW Network has set its fall premiere schedule, featuring the debut of three new series, returning favorites and a timeslot flip for the hit Monday night team of Gossip Girl and One Tree Hill. The CW’s new schedule begins Tuesday, September 8 with the season premiere of sophomore drama 90210 (8:00-9:00 p.m. ET), followed by the series premiere of the updated version of Melrose Place (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET). As they did once before, 90210 and Melrose Place will combine for a great night of television. On Wednesday, September 9, Tyra Banks returns with a two-hour premiere of the new season of America’s Next Top Model (8:00-10:00 p.m. ET), featuring contestants who are petite by modeling standards – 5′ 7″ and under. The regular Wednesday night lineup begins on September 16 with America’s Next Top Model in the 8:00-9:00 p.m. timeslot, followed by the series premiere of the glamorous new drama The Beautiful Life: TBL (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET). From executive producer Ashton Kutcher, The Beautiful Life: TBL focuses on the daily lives of young models living together in a models’ residence in New York, while struggling to deal with the cutthroat competition and fleeting fame of the fashion world. On Thursday, September 10, the new lineup features the premiere of The Vampire Diaries (8:00-9:00p.m. ET) and the return of fan favorite Supernatural (9:00-10:00 p.m. ET). Based on the best-selling book series from Alloy Entertainment, The Vampire Diaries focuses on the battle between two Vampire brothers – one good, one evil – who compete for the love of the same young woman. The Vampire Diaries provides the perfect lead-in to the chilling Supernatural, in which the Winchester brothers battle the other-worldly forces that tore their family apart. On Monday, September 14, the smash hit team that made The CW one of the top destinations for young women returns with a...

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