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."
Phew! It looks like Castiel will somehow make it out of Supernatural's angel war (relatively) unscathed because Misha Collins will return next year as a series regular, TVGuide.com has learned.
Don't get me wrong, I love Supernatural. But sometimes I think the show has pushed its luck as far as it can go.
Most series have a hard time sustaining a high level of quality for more than three seasons, but Supernatural (Tuesdays, 9/8c, The CW) is closing in on double digits now. I have no doubt Jeremy Carver will...
The Supernatural spin-off Tribes has me nervous.
The main attraction to the series has always been the relationship between Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles). But the chemistry between Padalecki and Ackles will be impossible to replicate, so I applaud Tribes' decision to not even try. By making the spin-off an ensemble cast, featuring both human and monster leads, it sets itself apart from its predecessor. Yet when it comes to female characters, I worry it's not going to be different enough.