With its seventh season winding down on The CW, it wouldn't be crazy to think the low-rated, but beloved, monster-hunting series Supernatural might not be long for this world. But don't tell that to series co-star Jared Padalecki, because he's already looking forward to season eight.
Everyone's already looking ahead to the season premiere of Game of Thrones Sunday, but there's lots of other genre TV out there worth considering too. Many of the shows we've been following all year are moving into their final weeks fighting for as many viewers as possible, while others are simply trying to stay afloat.
We had a lot of shows to track this week, but the one everybody seemed to be watching was The Walking Dead. With its second season finale, the show once again entered the ratings record books, thoroughly dominating Sunday night.
We just love Supernatural, and we also love those Winchester brothers, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) and their awesome Impala. You know what else we love? We love the Whedonverse roster of guest-stars the show has had over the years, including fan favorites James Marsters, Charisma Carpenter and Amy Acker.
Everyone's favorite angel on The CW's Supernatural, Castiel, has been M.I.A. for much of the season—but actor Misha Collins says all that will change soon. Spoilers ahead!
It's been a long, lonely season for the Winchester brothers on The CW's Supernatural—but their old angel buddy Castiel will be back soon. But how? Spoiler alert!
The "government agents investigate strange things" premise has almost become a trope these days, but if you think back a few decades, there was a time when it was the bleeding edge of cool. The year was 1993, and Fox—the little network that could—was still building its reputation. Execs took a chance on a little show called The X-Files, and the rest was history.
It's an explosive week with a bomber on the loose on Alcatraz, an apocalyptic season one finale for The Fades, and an unpleasant blast from the past for the Supernatural guys.
As any fan of The CW series Supernatural likely knows, death is rarely the end. Heck, for half the characters on the show, it's usually just the beginning of a new storyline. But, it seems the recent passing of one beloved character could be for real, if the actor who plays him is to be believed.
We're back with a full complement of shows this week. Next week things will get a bit more crowded with the addition of new shows, but this week was all about the last batch of programs picking up where their midseason finales left off.