OK everyone, let's just breathe.
Tuesday's Supernatural finale more than lived up to the hype, giving fans the biggest cliff-hanger in the show's history: Dean (Jensen Ackles) died and came back to life... as a demon.
Supernatural is not messing around.
On Tuesday's finale (9/8c, the CW), the Winchesters and Castiel (Misha Collins) finally face-off against Metatron in a battle that is poised to change everything. "The last five minutes of the finale are the most important five minutes of Supernatural history," Jared Padalecki tells TVGuide.com. "Something happens that has never happened before in the show. We've gone left, right, up, down, done all sorts of things in the show, but we do something in the finale that we've never seen."
After the shocking revelation Neal (Matt Bomer) made at the end of last week's White Collar, one would think he would pull away from the mysterious Rebecca (Bridget Regan). But then again, Neal Caffrey never does what's expected of him...
Somebody get Dean (Jensen Ackles) a box of tissues, a bottle of whiskey and some serious ammo, because the eldest Winchester is hurting bad when Supernatural returns Tuesday.
But Dean doesn't have time to sit around and mope. He's got to get his brother Sam (Jared Padalecki) back and avenge the tragic death of Kevin (Oscric Chau). Supernatural showrunner Jeremy Carver chatted with TVGuide.com about exactly how Dean plans on pull it all off. Plus: He tells us what's next for Castiel (Misha Collins) now that he has his grace back, what Gadreel's real intentions are and more.
Poor Neal Caffrey.
After finally coming clean to Peter (Tim DeKay) about how his role in the coin robbery — and that he did it to get Peter out of prison — Neal (Matt Bomer) probably thought that the worst was behind him on White Collar. Think again!
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