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.
The end is near for several shows as they approach their season finales with stakes-raising episodes. The first to go is Fringe which heads off into the sunset with a time-traveling finale which promises to make us cry as it kills off one of our favorite characters.
Is this adios, mishamigos? We reported yesterday that Supernatural got the early nod for its seventh season, but it looks as though maybe not everyone will return. Castiel (as played by the much beloved Misha Collins) has been rumored to be departing.
Good news, Supernatural and Vampire Diaries fans. Today the CW announced early pickups for Diaries, Supernatural and three other series for the 2011-2012 television season.
Remember that possible Sandman TV series we told you about last September, the one in development from Supernatural creator Eric Kripke? Neil Gaiman wasn't going to be involved in the project, but still, we were pumped. Now it's time to get unpumped.
Attack of the March reruns begins this week, but we still have originals for Smallville and Supernatural, plus there's killer guest shots by Battlestar Galactica's Lucy Lawless and Tricia Helfer on No Ordinary Family.
Looking forward to seeing how that alien invasion plays out on V ? Having fun with the complicated capers of Human Target? Rooting for Peter and Olivia to get together on Fringe? Based on a couple of people who should know, we'd all better enjoy those shows while we've still got the chance!
After mixing up the schedule at the last minute, the networks appear back on track as Supernatural's Sam and Dean hunt for missing virgins, Allison Mack returns to Smallville and Prince Arthur is indebted to common man on Merlin.