Sometimes dead is better, Supernatural!
Plus: Matt Lauria, Skeet Ulrich, and Greg Grunberg have also landed new roles, and True Detective's director won't be back for Season 2.
TVD and Skins alums have joined the cast of The CW's burgeoning Supernatural spin-off.
Alcohol dependency sold separately.
I hope you're ready for more vampires and superheroes and teen queens.
You know you're crazy. I know you're crazy. Let's just embrace it together.
"The Purge" was poised to be goofy and gross, but silly me, I didn't consider soul-crushingly sad as an option even though this is Supernatural and I really should know better by now.
Which monsters will make up the families that are running Chicago in The CW's new pilot?
Plus: Sleepy Hollow wants more John Noble, Obama couldn't stop Supernatural, and CBS is getting into business with Matt Damon and Ben Affleck.
I'm torn on how to feel about "Sharp Teeth."
Plus: No one watched Looking, Stephen Merchant will visit Modern Family, and Days of Our Lives will outlive us all.
I'm really excited about where Season Fine seems to be headed.
Plus, the network's thoughts on becoming the home for genre TV.
All in all, "Road Trip" was a strong return for the second half of this CW veteran's Season Fiiiiine.
"Holy Terror" was the sort of intense, balls-to-the wall mid-season finale that ruins Christmas in a good way because it needs to be January 14 NOW.
This episode had at least two things going for it: confirmation that Dean Winchester is a slutty slut, and confirmation that Sam Winchester wholeheartedly believes in the power of his Death Peen. OH. ALSO KIM RHODES. So I guess that's three things.
Even though it largely just confirmed an awful lot of what we already knew—that even happy Winchester memories are actually fraught with emotional compromise—"Bad Boys" also, finally, gave us an honest look at what makes Dean Winchester tick.
"Heaven Can't Wait" was strong where it was strong (Cas and Crowley) and weak where it was weak (Sam and Dean and nuance) but it still made for an enjoyable installment of Supernatural, complete with ten seconds of deranged Abaddon because she's perf.
For a goofy episode about Dean talking to the animals, there was actually quite a bit of srs bsns to chew on in "Dog Dean Afternoon."
Soooo... okay, "Slumber Party" could have been better.
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