UPDATE: Check out the first preview of BuddyTV’s exclusive interviews with Supernatural writers Sera Gamble, Ben Edlund and Jeremy Carver
Though Supernatural fans love stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, it’s the show rich stories and brilliant writing that helps make Supernatural truly stand out. Tomorrow BuddyTV is interviewing three of the show’s top writers, and we want you to submit your questions.
BuddyTV will talk to Supernatural writers Ben Edlund, Sera Gamble and Jeremy Carver. Post your questions in the comments section below, and we’ll try to ask as many as we can so you’ll have the chance to find out what you want to know from these great writers.
Ben Edlund has been with Supernatural since season 2 and has penned some of the show’s funniest episodes, including “Bad Day at Black Rock,” “Ghostfacers,” “Monster Movie” and “Wishful Thinking.” Also a comic book artist, he created The Tick while still in high school. Edlund also leant his unique blend of comedy and drama to Angel, where he served as producer and writer, authoring “Smile Time,” also known as the puppet episode.
Sera Gamble served as a story editor during seasons 2 and 3 of Supernatural before becoming a producer this season. Gamble has written episodes such as “Dream a Little Dream of Me” and “Jus in Bello.” Jared Padalecki fans can surely appreciate Gamble, as she wrote “Heart” and “I Know What You Did Last Summer,” both of which featured Sam Winchester sex scenes involving a werewolf and a demon.
Jeremy Carver came out of nowhere to join the Supernatural writing team in season 3, and quickly made his mark with such classic episodes as “A Very Supernatural Christmas,” “Mystery Spot” and this season’s “In the Beginning.” Though he didn’t have many writing credits before getting this gig, his backstory-heavy episodes are a clear indication that Carver is well-versed on the show’s mythology.
Supernatural doesn’t return with new episodes until January 15, so this is a great chance to feed your Supernatural fix and find out what you really want to know from the writers who help to craft what actually happens on Supernatural.
Post your questions below and check back in the following weeks to see if your question was answered by one of the Supernatural writers.
-John Kubicek, BuddyTV Senior Writer
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