High school queen Cordelia Chase and cigarette-loving, trench coat-wearing vampire Spike didn't exactly get along during their years on Buffy the Vampire Slayer. But co-stars Charisma Carpenter and James Marsters have reunited for a guest spot on Supernatural, and this time they're getting along so well they're husband and wife.
Halloween is usually when sci-fi, fantasy and horror TV shows take the terror up a notch. In celebration of this—and for the 7th of our 31 posts for the 31 days of Halloween—here are 51 of our favorite special Halloween episodes of beloved TV shows.
If you saw Supernatural's latest incredible episode Friday, then you know the shocking fate of a certain someone that left us questioning whether it was really true. Well, executive producer Sera Gamble has the answer. [SPOILERS AHEAD]
Oh Castiel! Why'd you have to go off and become God? On tonight's season seven premiere of the CW's Supernatural, we'll discover what happens after last season's shocker in which Castiel announced he was the new God and that the Brothers Winchester better bow down and start professing their love ... and fast.
Out with the old, in with the new is the motto for the seventh season on Supernatural. The CW series returns this week and features a loopy Sam, a frustrated Dean and a badass Castiel. Everyone's favorite angel has gone rogue.
It's premiere week the sequel, and, boy, is it busy as we get the season four (where's Peter?!) premiere of Fringe, a season seven (Cass is God?!) premiere of Supernatural, a season five (Penny and Raj?!) premiere of The Big Bang Theory and new series premieres of CBS's mathematical adventure Person of Interest and the ghostly A Gifted Man.
There are few things more "meta" than a TV show that has another TV show nestled inside of it. And fan favorites like Angel, Supernatural, Babylon 5, and Futurama have all dabbled with messing with our heads.
The CW really loves the cast of Joss Whedon's supernatural hit. It scooped up Sarah Michelle Gellar for her TV return in Ringer,...
The CW has decided they want more Supernatural and Nikita. The network has brought the episode order for both series from 22 to 23 episodes for the new fall season. Two additional episodes of Gossip Girl and 90210 have also been ordered for their seasons, bringing their orders up from 22 to 24.
There were no big surprises as the CW announced its new fall 2011-2012 television schedule this morning, adding the new witch drama The Secret Circle to Thursdays before The Vampire Diaries and moving Nikita to Fridays before Supernatural.