Articles for Supernatural Season 7

Season 7 of Supernatural began with a bang as Sam, Dean and Bobby struggled to fight the new God, Castiel. But by the end of the episode, God wasn‘t the biggest threat as a new foe emerged.  Read more »
Supernatural is back, but at the end of the season 7 premiere, Sam disappeared again. The younger Winchester brother saw Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino) and began to believe that he‘s still locked in the cage in Hell and that everything that happened last season was a nightmare.  Read more »
The fall 2011 has just begun, but we already have a frontrunner for the most anticipated new show of next season. According to Deadline, NBC has ordered a pilot for a new show executive produced by Lost‘s J.J. Abrams and created by Supernatural‘s Eric Kripke.In such early stages of development, all that is known about the show is that it‘s called Revolution and is described as "an epic adventure thriller." Given the people involved, that‘s no surprise.  Read more »
The Supernatural season 7 premiere introduced a new villain to the show‘s mythology: the Leviathan. The ancient beast that predates men and angels killed Castiel and took over his body, giving rise to a new and powerful foe.  Read more »
The Leviathans might be the greatest villains in the history of Supernatural. Sure, the Winchesters have faced Azazel and Lucifer himself, but these are some sneaky monsters who don‘t play by the usual rules. Not only did they kill Castiel, but this week they seize power, infect anyone they want and prove to be indestructible. If that‘s not enough, they also destroy the one place that has been around since season 1: Bobby‘s house.  Read more »
Supernatural season 7 began Friday, September 23 with some big changes. Castiel became God, but quickly realized he had too much power and was being consumed by the Leviathans, ancient beasts created by God before men and angels which were cast into Purgatory.  Read more »
The Winchesters have battled many Big Bads on Supernatural. There was Azazel, the yellow-eyed demon who opened the Devil‘s Gate. There was Lilith, the creepy little girl who opened the 66 Seals. There was Lucifer, who tried to bring about the apocalypse. And they‘ve also battled archangels, Crowley, Cas, the Mother of All and plenty of others.  Read more »
The third episode of Supernatural‘s seventh season is special for many reasons. It‘s the second episode directed by star Jensen Ackles, it flashes back to Sam‘s childhood and it features a prominent guest star: Firefly‘s Jewel Staite.  Read more »
Supernatural slows things down this week with a cute little episode about Sam‘s childhood romance with a monster. It‘s kind of a Romeo and Juliet-style love story, complete with a very tragic ending that makes me kind of dislike Dean. Luckily the episode features references to Doctor Who, Kill Bill, Game of Thrones and Jensen Ackles‘ film career to cleanse the palette.  Read more »
The world of Supernatural is full of gray areas. Sometimes it‘s obvious. There are monsters and demons that are evil and they need to die. But other times the choices aren‘t so easy, and such a dilemma was posed last week in "The Girl Next Door."  Read more »
The world is going to get a little more awesome in 2012. After playing coy on Twitter for most of Tuesday, Supernatural star Jared Padalecki eventually confirmed that his wife, Genevieve, is pregnant with their first child.  Read more »
Under normal circumstances, a Winchester ganking a monster on Supernatural would be perfectly acceptable. But last week when Dean killed Amy, it raised a bunch of red flags, and those issues are going to be address in this week‘s episode, "Defending Your Life."  Read more »
This week Supernatural puts Dean on trial, literally, to judge his guilt. It‘s a good idea, one this show needs given last week‘s episode when Dean killed Amy and lied to Sam about it. Unfortunately, the result feels like when a defendant gets off on a technicality.  Read more »
This week Supernatural is playing home to a Buffy/Angel reunion with special guest stars James Marsters (Spike) and Charisma Carpenter (Cordelia) as a married couple engaged in a witchy battle.  Read more »
This week‘s big Buffy reunion on Supernatural features James Marsters and Charisma Carpenter as a very, very old married couple engaging in the most deadly marital spat of all-time. Luckily what Sam and Dean lack in the ability to properly thaw chicken feet they more than make up for in marriage counseling.  Read more »
The CW is getting into business with Hulu. The network has finally signed a deal with the online streaming site to feature all of its programming beginning later this season.Hulu will offer the five most recent episodes of CW shows on its site. Subscribers to the site‘s premium Hulu Plus program will be able to view episode the day after they air, while the free versions will appear eight days after the episodes originally air.  Read more »
This week‘s Supernatural is titled "Slash Fiction," and thankfully it has nothing to do with what slash fiction actually is. If you don‘t know about it, consider yourself lucky. Instead, we get some major movement from the Leviathans as they clone Sam and Dean to try to destroy the brothers. We also meet the leader of the Leviathans, but it‘s hard to be too scared by a guy whose name sounds like he does porn.  Read more »
This week on Supernatural, the Leviathans clone themselves as Dean and Sam. LARPing as the Winchesters, the Leviathans go on a killing spree. The boys land back on the FBI‘s most wanted list and are forced to go off the grid. While the Winchesters are becoming infamous, Encyclopedia Bobby tries to find a way to kill the Leviathans. Here are the best tweets for "Slash Fiction." Read more »
Two weeks ago Sam and Dean served as marriage counselors for a pair of witches on Supernatural. Now they‘re the ones in need of some counseling.  Read more »
The CW has set its mid-season lineup, including the premiere date for the ninth and final season of One Tree Hill which moves to Wednesdays.  Read more »
A Sunnydale resident is out to mix up things in Phoenix.Buffy the Vampire Slayer‘s Charisma Carpenter has booked a recurring role on the ABC Family series The Lying Game, according to Read more »
After splitting up last week on Supernatural, Sam and Dean find themselves together again, both working a case where a town full of alleged psychics are being killed. The actual case this week is straight forward and kind of boring. The local magic shop owner is secretly working with a ghost to take out all of the fake psychics because he resents their success. Luckily Sam figures it out and shoots him to burn her bones.  Read more »
You don‘t have to be psychic to know that this week‘s Supernatural tweets focused heavily on Sam and Dean‘s confrontation and eventual reunion. Here are the top 10 tweets about the episode: Read more »
This week Supernatural is finally having a wedding, and Sam is the groom. Fans of the show understand that, even though this makes no sense since Sam is neither involved with someone nor has there been any mention of a wedding, Supernatural can still pull off a perfectly understandably reason for why the wedding will take place.  Read more »
The people have spoken, and this year‘s nominees for the People‘s Choice Awards are an interesting mix of popular programs and CW favorites.  Read more »
Supernatural is no stranger to historical figures. Last season the show introduced legendary gunmaker Samuel Colt, and this season famous Prohibition agent Eliot Ness will join the series.  Read more »
Good news, Supernatural fans. Misha Collins is coming back to the CW. The bad news? It‘s not as Castiel.  Read more »
Have you ever dreamed of marrying Sam Winchester? If you‘re a Supernatural fan, of course you have, and if your name is Becky Rosen, you write fan fiction about it. This week Becky, the Supernatural super fan, returns as Sam‘s bride.  Read more »
Sam‘s big day has left Supernatural fans buzzing in the twitterverse. Here are the best tweets about "Time for a Wedding." Read more »
Usually on Supernatural, the hunters are simply going after monsters and demons in whatever city they happen to find. But this week, the show is taking the term "hunter" literally as Sam, Dean and Bobby go into the woods with their guns to track a new creature.  Read more »
It looks like the CW has an actor-exchange program. After the recent announcement that Supernatural‘s Misha Collins will guest star on Ringer, now Jason Dohring (currently on Ringer) will make an appearance on Supernatural.  Read more »
Supernatural has a sick sense of humor. Less than one week before Thanksgiving, the drama offers an episode all about how turducken is filled with deadly grey goo that might turn you into a stoned, insane monster. So good luck enjoying your Thanksgiving dinner next week!  Read more »
From this week‘s Supernatural episode, we learn that the scariest thing in New Jersey isn‘t the cast of The Jersey Shore. Here are the best tweets from "How to Win Friends and Influence Monsters."  Read more »
The CW is still keeping it all in the family. After Supernatural and Ringer swapped guest stars (Misha Collins for Jason Dohring), now it looks like the show is doing the same thing with The Vampire Diaries.  Read more »
Supernatural has always had very vocal fans, and this year they‘re getting the chance to speak loudly at the People‘s Choice Awards. For the third year in a row, Supernatural is nominated for Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy Series (it won in 2010), but this year the show is also nominated for Favorite TV Drama, up against heavy hitters like House, Grey‘s Anatomy and The Good Wife.  Read more »
This week on Supernatural, Bobby fights like hell to survive a bullet to the brain. Almost the entire episode takes place inside Bobby‘s mind and he runs away from his Reaper and tries to find a way out. Does he succeed? That might be open to interpretation, but sadly, I think this may have been the end of Bobby Singer. On the bright side, Jim Beaver delivers one of his best performances ever.  Read more »
It‘s been two weeks since the "How to Win Friends and Influence Monsters" cliffhanger and it‘s no surprise that fans are still upset that the boys‘ surrogate father, Bobby, may not recover and they‘ll lose another beloved character. Here are the best tweets about this week‘s episode. Read more »
Praise the angel formerly known as God! According to TVLIne, Misha Collins will be coming back to Supernatural towards the end of season 7, first coming back in episode 17 and again for at least two more episodes.  Read more »
Castle has had its fair share of interesting guest stars. And Castle has had its fair share of interesting episode themes. But never have the two been so entwined as in an upcoming episode set in the 1940s. Guest starring in that particular episode will be Mark Pellegrino. Read more »
We‘ve got good news and relatively bad news for this week in television. See, the bad news concerns schedule shifts while the good news is the addition of cast members to several shows. Let‘s get on with it:  Read more »
Update: This contest is now over. Below are the winners which have been contacted via email. It‘s back! Many of you might remember that last year during the dreaded hellatus we hosted a very special trivia contest for some exciting Supernatural themed prizes. Well, BuddyTV is pleased to announce it‘s back--and bigger than ever! This year you have the opportunity not only to win prizes with Supernatural trivia but also enter fan favorites: The Vampire Diaries, One Tree Hill, Bones, Glee and Criminal Minds. Each show has its own trivia and its own prizes.  Read more »
You‘ve enjoyed our recaps, scoured our site for spoilers and spent countless hours padding your score on our trivia challenges. Now become a part of our team! BuddyTV is looking for more passionate, diligent, fanatical Volunteer Fan Columnists interested in submitting the 10 Best Quotes and 10 Best Tweets for a wide range of their favorite shows in return for byline credit.We‘re looking for Volunteer Fan Columnists for the following shows:  Read more »
Supernatural is coming back early in 2012, and it‘s bringing along one of my favorite guest stars of last year. The first new episode of the year, "Adventures in Babysitting," will include the triumphant return of Hunter helper and conspiracy nut Frank Devereaux.  Read more »
Hellatus is over and our boys are back! But all isn‘t well in Supernatural, no thanks to the events of last year‘s mid-season finale.  Dean and Sam take different paths to deal with the aftermath of Bobby‘s shooting. Dean seeks revenge while Sam works a case in tonight‘s episode. Here are the best tweet‘s from "Adventures in Babysitting."  Read more »
Bobby is dead. Sorry to be so blunt, Supernatural fans, but in case you still had a glimmer of hope that somehow he might have survived the bullet to the brain, he didn‘t. Instead, we see the next three weeks go by as Sam and Dean silently try to cope with loosing the closest thing to family they had left.  Read more »
Supernatural is going to get weird this week with a blast from the past in "Time After Time After Time." In the episode, Dean travels back to 1944 where he meets Eliot Ness, but before that can happen, the Winchester brothers have to deal with some pretty crazy stuff in the present.  Read more »
If you tuned out at one point during the 2012 People‘s Choice Awards, well, I can‘t blame you. This year‘s proceedings were the usual mix of awkwardly scripted spiels, product placement and winners you could see from a mile off. Well, almost.There were a bunch of pleasant surprises in tonight‘s two-hour ceremony, hosted by The Big Bang Theory‘s Kaley Cuoco. Now, me doing a roll call of said surprises.See this year‘s People‘s Choice nominees Read more »
If you loved last season‘s "Frontierland" then you‘ll love this week‘s episode of Supernatural, because it‘s kind of the same thing. Dean goes back in time and, with a little help from a historical figure and Back to the Future, saves the day.  Read more »
Sorry, Supernatural fans, but the show is taking a little break. But don‘t fear, because Sam and Dean will be back February 3 with a new episode that will feature the greatest challenge yet for one of the Winchesters: fatherhood.  Read more »
What can I say? The ending of Chuck is awesome.When TV shows reach a planned conclusion, there‘s always the danger of not giving fans the payout they‘ve anticipated for years. This is not the case with Chuck. Instead, the two episodes that make up the Chuck series finale deliver laughs, tears, action, callbacks and some of the best product placement you will ever see. Read more »
Sam and Dean are about to get another blast from the past later this season on Supernatural. According to TVLine, Rachel Miner will be returning as Meg, the clever demon who has tussled with the boys since season 1.  Read more »
Watching Supernatural season 7 might give you depression. There‘s no real fun in this week‘s episode, just a depressing, unsatisfying ending that leaves Sam and Dean as messed up as ever.  Read more »
After last week‘s downer of a Supernatural episode, the boys need a change of pace. What better way to turn that frown upside-down than an episode hilariously titled "Plucky Pennywhistle‘s Magical Menagerie."  Read more »
Evil never gives it a rest, does it? The Winchester boys may have had a relatively easy past week -- what with the evil clowns and killer unicorns -- but that is obviously about to change. Old demons are ready to return for this week‘s Supernatural episode, "Repo Man." And it won‘t be pretty. Read more »
Ahh, pilot season -- that time in a TV fan‘s year when we hear about planned new shows, fall in love with it, and then get anxious about whether we‘ll even see them on our screens. And yet we fall in love with them anyway.Tonight‘s casting roundup kicks off with four pilot-y bits, and once that‘s done, we have a Big Love wife going to New York, a new head vampire in Bon Temps, and a purveyor of knowledge heading to Greendale. But yes, the pilot-y bits, yes. Read more »
Supernatural has kept the devil at bay for most of season 7. Sam might be seeing visions of Lucifer, but Mark Pellegrino has been absent, leaving viewers with an incomplete picture of just how hard it‘s been for Sam to stay sane.  Read more »
Supernatural fans needed this episode. After an emotionally draining and depressing season, all I wanted was some light-hearted fun, and "Plucky Pennywhistle‘s Magical Menagerie" delivered. It‘s a hilarious, silly stand-alone episode. Sure, it does nothing for the mythology of the season and the big bad is kind of lame, but there was a unicorn that farted rainbows. Can you think of anything more hilariously awesome that a unicorn that farts rainbows?  Read more »
There are literally dozens of new pilots being developed right now in Hollywood for the upcoming TV season, and while there are plenty of casting announcements every day, the one pilot we‘re keeping an eye out for is Revolution, NBC‘s action series created by Supernatural‘s Eric Kripke and Lost‘s J.J. Abrams.  Read more »
Most of the CW‘s shows are going off the air for a few weeks, gearing up for a big finish. Today the network officially announced the finale dates for its shows so fans can mark their calendars and clear their schedules.  Read more »
Supernatural is gearing up for the end of season 7, and that involves adding a new character to the mix. According to EOnline, the show is casting a new character who will appear in the final three episodes of the season, which makes it a safe bet that they‘ll be important and possibly play into the endgame of the Leviathan storyline.  Read more »
After a brief hiatus, Supernatural is back on Friday with a new episode that finds Sam and Dean dealing with a dead dancer. Needless to say, Dean has decidedly improper feelings about dancers.  Read more »
Supernatural fans have spent an entire season without their favorite angel, Castiel, Misha Collins‘ beloved character was killed off at the start of season 7, but now fans can rejoice because the actor is returning to the series.  Read more »
Much like this entire season of Supernatural, this week‘s episode started in one place and ended someplace completely different. Season 7 has been one long mystery about what the Leviathans are up to, and now we know. And the answer only makes this more confusing, mostly because I never thought I‘d think curing cancer is a bad thing.  Read more »
Supernatural is going to get a big jolt of nerd cred with the recent casting of Felicia Day. The actress will appear in the April 27 episode "The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo." Day will play Charlie, a computer hacker working at a company owned by Leviathan boss Dick Roman.  Read more »
Supernatural season 7 is a bit unusual because it has two totally unrelated major storylines going on at the same time. First you have the Leviathans and the newly discovered fact that they‘re allegedly trying to cure cancer to help mankind. Then you have Sam‘s deteriorating mental state as Lucifer taunts his inner mind.  Read more »
The world is a more Padaleckier place today. Very late Monday night, Supernatural star Jared Padalecki took to Twitter to proudly proclaim "It‘s a boy :)," confirming that his wife had given birth to their son on Monday, March 19.  Read more »
On Monday, March 19 Supernatural‘s Jared Padalecki and wife Genevieve welcomed a baby boy in Seattle. Now People Magazine has confirmed that the child in question has been named Thomas Colton Padalecki.  Read more »
Every Supernatural fan knows that this week marks the triumphant return of Misha Collins to the show. But that doesn‘t mean Cas is back.  Read more »
Just when I thought Supernatural season 7 couldn‘t get any more confusing, Cas comes back. Don‘t get me wrong, I‘m thrilled to see Misha Collins again, but the end of this week‘s episode makes no sense and I‘m growing frustrated with the way the show is treating the Leviathan storyline.  Read more »
Supernatural is about to get a whole lot sillier with its upcoming episode, "Party On Garth." It features the return of D.J. Qualls as geeky hunter Garth and a monster that you can only see when you‘re drunk.  Read more »
It‘s the Supernatural episode seven years in the making! Dean Winchester has always enjoyed beer, and now that love of alcohol comes in handy when the boys face a monster you can only see when you‘re drunk. It‘s one of those classic Supernatural episodes where we get a fun monster of the week, a great stand-alone case, an amazing guest star thanks to the return of D.J. Qualls, and then a huge shocking twist ending.  Read more »
Supernatural is going through another big shake-up behind-the-scenes at the end of its current season. Following in the footsteps of creator Eric Kripke, Deadline reports that co-showrunner Sera Gamble is stepping down and leaving the show to focus on developing new programs. If (or more likely when) Supernatural its renewed for season 8, former writer and executive producer Jeremy Carver will return to serve as co-showrunner with EP Robert Singer.  Read more »
Recently Supernatural made a big move behind the scenes when it was announced that Sera Gamble, who has served as co-showrunner alongside Robert Singer for the past two seasons, is leaving the show. Former producer and writer Jeremy Carver, who left Supernatural after season 5 to run Syfy‘s Being Human with his wife, will return to run the show‘s almost inevitable season 8 with Robert Singer.  Read more »
At the end of the last episode of Supernatural, fans were delighted to see the return of Jim Beaver as Bobby. Of course, it was as a ghost that Sam and Dean can‘t see, but he was there nonetheless.  Read more »
The endgame of Supernatural season 7 is in sight, and the penultimate episode is going to offer some major challenges for Sam and Dean. The brothers will race to defeat the Leviathans in the final five episodes, and it will involve some memorable enemies from the past.  Read more »
This week Supernatural feels a bit like FX‘s American Horror Story. There‘s a haunted house full of several generations of ghosts, some of whom try to help the people in the house and others who try to kill them.  Read more »
If you know who Felicia Day is, you probably love her as much as I do. She‘s the star and creator of the popular web series The Guild, she was Holly on Eureka and she was the female lead of Dr. Horrible‘s Sing-a-Long Blog, being wooed by Nathan Fillion and Neil Patrick Harris. Throw in some guest roles on Joss Whedon‘s Buffy the Vampire Slayer and Dollhouse and you have an amazing actress.  Read more »
Supernatural fans are being treated to an extra0long season thanks to the CW ordering 23 episodes as opposed to 22 for season 7. The finale is right around the corner, airing Friday, May 18 at 9pm on the CW, and now we know what it will be about.  Read more »
There are many reasons I love Supernatural. There‘s the balance between stand-alone stories and the show‘s on-going mythology. There‘s suspense and comedy. There are strong emotional bonds between the established characters and a never-ending parade of new and wonderful guest stars.  And this week‘s episode, "The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo," had all of that and more.  Read more »
There are only three episodes left this season on Supernatural, so every one counts. In the battle against the Leviathans, Sam and Dean got a big clue when they intercepted a package, though it just seemed to be a hunk of red clay from the Middle East. Since that‘s the cradle of religion, it‘s not real surprise that their next stop is to see Cas.  Read more »
The future of three of the CW‘s shows has been decided. Today the network officially renewed Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries and 90210 for the 2012-2013 TV season.  Read more »
After such a long season filled with episodes where not much happened to further the big, on-going storyline, this week‘s Supernatural is so chock full of new mythology that it‘s almost hard to keep track. The Word of God is revealed courtesy of Metatron (not a Transformer), a new prophet arises and Castiel speaks in crazy, nonsensical gibberish for the whole episode.  Read more »
At the end of Supernatural season 6, Castiel turned into a villain when it was revealed he‘d made a deal with Crowley. Now it looks like Bobby is going down a path to the dark side at the end of season 7.  Read more »
Supernatural loves putting its characters in impossible positions, and this week is no exception. Sam and Dean are faced with a difficult decision: Do they team up with an evil, blood-sucking monster in order to stop the Leviathans? Of course they do, because no matter how many times they vow never to make another deal with a monster, they just can‘t help themselves.  Read more »
NBC has just picked up what is sure to be one of the most eagerly anticipated potential new fall shows on the Internet. The network has ordered a pilot for The Revolution, an action series from Supernatural creator Eric Kripke produced by Lost‘s J.J. Abrams. That‘s combining two of the most fervent online fanbases into one.  Read more »
Supernatural is heading into the season 7 finale with one clear objective: Kill Dick Roman. Sam and Dean are collecting the ingredients for the weapon that can kill a Leviathan and they need all the help they can get.  Read more »
As the 2011-2012 TV season draws to a close, networks are preparing for next fall. Dozens of new pilots are being cast and filmed with the hope of being picked up and placed on a network‘s fall schedule. As the saying goes, many will enter, but few will win.  Read more »
The season finale of Supernatural (and it‘s last episode on Friday nights since the show moves to Wednesday for season 8) is going to be jam-packed. The final showdown with the Leviathan boss Dick Roman comes with all the bells and whistles you could ask for.  Read more »
NBC is already making the moves for its fall season, and those moves include picking up one new drama and three new comedies for the 2012-2013 TV season. Today the network has picked up Revolution, a drama from Supernatural creator Eric Kripke and Lost creator J.J. Abrams as well as quintet of comedies that include one from Ryan Murphy.  Read more »
The CW has ordered more new dramas than ever before for the 2012-2013 TV season, but that‘s not the only major change. The struggling network is radically moving all of its returning shows to new nights or times except for The Vampire Diaries.  Read more »
Sigourney Weaver is coming to a TV near you this summer. The Alien and Avatar star was joined the cast of the six-episode new USA drama Political Animals from Greg Berlanti (Jack and Bobby).  Read more »
If there is one truth to life, it‘‘s that there is an award show for everybody. Thus, we have the Teen Choice Awards, a competition whose winners are chosen solely by voters between the ages of 13 and 19. What will this year‘s teens be honoring? Keep reading for the first round of 2012 Teen Choice Award nominees. Read more »
Wow. I‘m used to Supernatural season finales ending with a huge, dangerous cliffhanger, but this one takes the cake. It‘s continuing the trend of ending odd-numbered seasons by stranding one brother in a new world. For season 3, Dean went to Hell. For season 5, Sam went into the cage with Michael and Lucifer. And now Dean is off to the worst place you could possibly imagine: Purgatory.  Read more »
The seventh season of Supernatural ended with a big cliffhanger for the demon-fighting brothers. After defeating Leviathan leader Dick Roman, Dean and Castiel found themselves stuck in Purgatory, leaving Sam all alone back on Earth after Crowley fled with Meg and the prophet, Kevin Tran.  Read more »
The 2011-2012 TV season has officially come to a close,  the Nielsen ratings are in and for the first time in nine years, the most-watched show of the season isn‘t American Idol.The FOX reality juggernaut, which has been the highest-rated show in total viewers and the coveted 18-49 demographic for the past eight seasons, was dethroned in both categories by NBC‘s Sunday Night Football.  Read more »
Comic-Con is just a month away, and Warner Brothers has now released its full slate of TV shows that will be featured. The list spans multiple networks, from CW favorites like Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries to FOX‘s Fringe. The network will also be debuting a number of its biggest new sci-fi shows like Arrow, Kevin Bacon‘s The Following and J.J. Abrams‘ Revolution.  Read more »
If you‘ve been too cheap to get HBO and instead spent the last two and a half months illegally downloading episodes of Game of Thrones, you are not alone.  Read more »