When Supernatural Season 10 picks up, Cas will be in a dire condition. With his stolen grace degrading, he is slowly dying with his only hope for survival likely dependent on getting his own grace back . Misha Collins discussed Cas’ condition and his search for Demon Dean this summer at San Diego Comic-Con.

The first Supernatural Season 10 teaser trailer is out and it’s very telling. Demon Dean is having fun, Crowley has plans for the elder Winchester brother and Sam is desperately searching for him. Watch it now!

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Check out the interview with Misha Collins and highlights below.

Highlights from the interview:

  • Metatron is probably key to Cas getting his grace back. That’s established early in the season, so Cas is aware of it. Cas will have to work with Metatron or ask for a favor to get it back. Initially, Cas turns that option down.
  • Collins assumes that Cas’ grace still is out there and exists.
  • Cas is getting weaker. He’s not human, but his powers are weakened. He’s mentally sound.
  • Cas wants to help Demon Dean become human again. That’s Cas’ main mission, even over saving himself. He’s weakened though so he’s not much help.
  • “It was actually good.” – On working with Jensen Ackles as a director.
  • There will be new Angels.
  • Cas is “more grounded on Earth right now” than worrying about what’s happening in Heaven.
  • “We don’t know how far gone he is.” – regarding Demon Dean and if there’s any humanity left in him.

Did you miss any of our other Supernatural interviews about the upcoming season 10? Check them out now!

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Supernatural season 10 premieres Tuesday, October 7 at 9pm on the CW.

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