As Supernatural celebrates its 10th season, what better time to look back at the road so far than now?
TVGuide.com visited the set of the CW drama in Vancouver to chat with stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles about where they've been, what's still to come, as well as uncover some behind-the-scenes treats. Check out all the videos from our visit below.
Supernatural celebrates its 200th episode on Tuesday with what showrunner Jeremy Carver has called "a love letter to the fans." The episode finds Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) on a case at an all-girls school that's in the middle of producing a musical based on the Carver Edlund Supernatural books. But don't expect the musical to hew closely to canon.
All right, who sold their soul at a crossroads? I'm not angry, I just want to know who to blame for The CW's continued interest in producing a Supernatural spin-off.
Series creator Eric Kripke recently spoke to TV Line about potential future efforts to expand the world of Sam and Dean Winchester in the wake of last season's failed attempt to launch Supernatural: Bloodlines, which aired as a backdoor pilot but wasn't picked up to series.
Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) are on the outs (again), but things weren't always so dire on Supernatural.
Before there was Soulless Sam and Deanmon, the Winchesters were an unshakeable team who's biggest squabbles were calling each other "bitch" and "jerk." A decade later, the boys' bond remains as strong as ever — they just aren't always as quick to acknowledge it.
Sure, Sam and Dean have died a lot on Supernatural — but never like this! When the Mark of Cain transformed Dean (Jensen Ackles) into a demon at the end of the Season 9, fans had no idea what was next for the eldest Winchester.
Ahead of Tuesday's premiere (9/8, CW) showrunner Jeremy Carver previews what to expect from Demon Dean, Sam's (Jared Padalecki) next move and whether death means anything on the show any more.