The Angels have fallen to earth when Supernatural season 9 begins and that's just the beginning of the story. The upcoming season appears to have a twist so big that fans will have to read between the lines to try and figure out what's coming next.
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Executive Producer Jeremy Carver spoke with reporters during San Diego Comic-Con about the Winchester brothers' future, a coming battle, and returning characters, including Bobby Singer.
Check out the full interview video below.
Highlights from the interview:
- "We have some pretty surprising stuff coming down the pike that pretty much everyone here is sworn to secrecy." - Wow. Could season 9 be a big shift in story?
- There is something missing from the presentation and the interviews. And, he says, "It's not nice."
- The result of Sam and Dean's "love hug" will be "a lot of fallout." No one in Heaven and no King of Hell in Hell.
- Dean is shouldering some decisions that will drive some of the mythology. It's personal for the brothers. "It's a heavy weight for Dean to bear." (Check out our interview with Jared Padalecki for more on what Carver could have been talking about.)
- Carver thinks that Abaddon is "one of the more fun Demons" introduced in a while. With the current circumstances he expects that someone like Abaddon would make a run at Hell.
- Recurring characters that will be back: Charlie and Kevin.
- Kevin has "earned his way into the family."
- Sheriff Mills did not die. She'll be showing back up.
- Bobby (Jim Beaver) will have an unexpected and "very powerful arrival."
- Carver wants to fans to know that Bobby's return will make sense, "It's very much keeping with our lore and mythology and we're not breaking a boatload of rules to bring back a favorite character."
- Carver wouldn't confirm that Bobby's return is in the present day.
Supernatural season 9 will premiere on October 8 at 9 pm ET on the CW.
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