This week The CW has femme fatales from the past who return and wreak havoc on Arrow and Supernatural; a Salvatore brother revisiting his past in New York City circa 1970 on The Vampire Diaries; Vince and Cat leaving the past behind and starting their relationship anew; and on Cult, Jeff and Skye dress up for a “Cult” fan costume party, but find they may be in over their heads.
By the first commercial break, we’d had a trans-portal arrival, graveside bloodletting, a toothy “hitchhiker” for Dean, Sam leaving a mysterious woman, Sam being watched by a stranger in the shadows, an awkward Winchester reunion and a Purgatory flashback complete with two beheadings. And we had not even begun to talk about Kevin! Could the
As fans of Supernatural await its eighth season in a few weeks, Creation Entertainment will hold three conventions this fall featuring the Winchester Brothers and Castiel. It’s also getting ready for the 18th Sci-Fi Grand Slam, featuring the cast of Star Trek the Next Generation, next February in Burbank. More after the jump…
At this year’s San Diego Comic-Con I got the chance to interview the cast of Supernatural including Jensen Ackles (Dean Winchester), Jared Padalecki (Sam Winchester), Misha Collins (Castiel), Mark Sheppard (Crowley), Jim Beaver (Bobby Singer), Jeremy Carver (Executive Producer) and Ben Edlund (Producer/Writer). Supernatural moves to Wednesdays on the CW this fall.
For the 2nd year 6500+ attendees will squeeze into Hall H (after waiting hours in line, some overnight) to hear what’s planned for Season 8 , why Season 7 went the way it did and watch the antics of Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, Jim Beaver & Mark Sheppard as well as Executive Producer Jeremy Carver and Consulting Producer Ben Edlund.