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The Castiel you knew is gone. Don’t miss the season premiere of Supernatural, Friday Sept. 23 on The CW! Can… not… wait. Can...

Supernatural’s Boss: Expect “Unexpected Deaths” in the Season 6 Finale

The Grim Reaper is hitting Supernatural again. As Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) prepare to take on Eve, aka the Mother of All (Julia Maxwell), executive producer Sera Gamble told TVGuide.com at Sunday’s PaleyFest that the season finale will feature at least two unexpected deaths. “There will definitely be deaths,” said Gamble, who penned the penultimate episode for Season 6. “I would say that the last couple of episodes are pretty dark. The situation is rather desperate for Sam and Dean and they truly have to ban together to get the job done.” Executive producer Eric Kripke, who just finished writing the season finale, said there will be a face-to-face confrontation between the brothers and Eve. “It’s epic and daunting,” Misha Collins, who plays Castiel, added. “The final confrontation is definitely not what anyone is expecting. It is, however, larger and more epic than the viewers are expecting.” But you might not want to hold your breath for a resolution. Despite Supernatural not being renewed for a seventh season — yet! — the producers are leaving the finale wide open. “It’s a cliffhanger, so everyone needs to be prepared that they’re going to be tearing their hair out all summer,” Kripke says. Check out more at the link below!...

Supernatural’s Producers Are Already Eyeing Season 7

It’s mid-March, so it’s time to start talking about whether or not Supernatural will be back for another season and we Supernatural fans are crazy like that. Last year’s nail-biting was particularly daunting, as the original five-season arc had wrapped, and creator Eric Kripke was leaving his post as everyday showrunner. But executive producer Sera Gamble stepped up, and the CW granted the show a sixth season, for better or for worse. Overall viewers are down a bit, and fans are divided on the actual quality of the current season. So does that mean we’re not getting anymore Winchester adventures? Eric Kripke thinks the Impala will be revving for at least one more season. “We’re looking pretty good [for a seventh season],” he told E! Online at Sunday’s L.A.-based Paley Fest. “We’re bullish enough on it that we cliffhang the finale.” So there you go. Kripke feels good about it, which, if I remember correctly, is different from what he was thinking around this time last season. Gamble also acknowledged the question, albeit more cautiously, saying, “We have some stuff cliffhanging at the end of Season 6, so hopefully, knock on wood, we have a Season 7.”...