The CW has added a new description of season 7 on their website, most of it is a recap of season 6 but here's some new-ish stuff:
[...]Now, despite Sam and Dean's efforts to stop him, Castiel has succeeded in his plan. His power is God-like, and Sam and Dean have no idea how to stop him. But even Castiel doesn't truly understand the magnitude of what's inside him -- or how dangerous he really is.
Season seven finds Dean and Sam reeling from the loss of their friend. Sam's violent memories of Hell threaten to overtake him, threatening not just his life, but his brother's as well. Meanwhile, Dean struggles under the weight of a secret that threatens to tear them apart. And even as the brothers traverse the backroads of America, hunting things that go bump in the night, something is coming for them. They are about to face an enemy more canny and adaptable than any they've ever fought. As the landscape around them becomes increasingly treacherous, the tools they've come to rely upon will be stripped away. Our heroes, like so many outlaws before them, will find themselves utterly outmatched and outgunned, with no one to rely on but each other.[...]
source via ontd_spnparty/LJ
Where's the Supernatural scoop? —Jacob
NATALIE: Bill Murray's guest-starring! OK, not really, but the show will feature a man named Johnny Tomorrow, a Murray-esque washout who owns a local Magic Emporium that catches the Winchester boys' eyes. He becomes a suspect when his competition, a famous psychic, turns up dead. Source: tvguide.com
Supernatural: Fotos zum Start von Staffel 7
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Danke Angel...also die Winchesters haben den in der Serie als ultimative Bösen betitelten Gegenspieler wieder eingesperrt und leben beide noch (mehr oder weniger)- was kann sie noch aufhalten? Keiner und nichts..also was sagt uns das für die Season?
It takes forever to find yourself
But it only takes one second
to forget who you are.
Looks like another Battlestar Galactica alum will guest star on Supernatural! Michael Hogan, aka Colonel Saul Tigh was spotted on the set, he'll be playing a Sheriff in 7.06. Source: OLTV
Freeze ! - Sam and Dean get arrested - kinda #SPN On Location in Ladner
LazyDaizy26: Misha Collins news, pretty please?
We talked with him just a couple days ago, and he had some very interesting things to say about the way we see his character off. You wanna know what he said? Sorry, got to wait a bit longer. Like, two more days. Then all will be revealed with our awesome video interview. Until then, enjoy the little spoiler nugget below.
Greg: Is there going to be a big bad on Supernatural this season? What is up with Castiel?
There are going to be multiple big bads. Big old big bads. Aka leviathans. And Castiel is the one who accidentally releases them into the world. Translation: This is not good for Sam and Dean.
On Bobby's arc this season (and rumors of his house being destroyed): "I've done five of the first six episodes. There are changes involving Bobby's house, but not necessarily [destruction]. I was in Bobby's house set a couple of days ago, as a matter of fact. One thing I've learned, in life as well as on 'Supernatural,' is that whatever you expect, it'll be different."
On a potential love interest: "Bobby has a very nice time in episode 6, a better time than he's had in the previous episodes he's been in. I won't go so far as to commit to what it was, but I think the fans will love it -- I liked it a lot!"
On comparisons between season seven and 'Butch and Sundance': "The real 'Butch Cassidy' connection is that in that movie, they kept looking back at the bad guys chasing them going 'who are those guys?' and there's a lot of that, because Sam and Dean and Bobby are faced with something they've never seen before and their usual tools and tricks and weapons don't work so well. We picked up this show in season one with the boys knowing what they were after and what they were dealing with; now they're learning all over again. But we're fairly innovative fellas, so we find new ways and new things."
On Castiel's link to the new big bad: "Everything Cas did toward the end of the season is going to pay off in very specific ways with this new villainy. The big bad comes directly from what Cas was doing."
'Supernatural' Season 7 premieres Fri., Sept. 23 at 9PM ET on The CW
Hi Sandra! I love that you love Supernatural as much as I do, if not more! More scoop from the show please! – Alyssa
Well, there’s a nail-bitter of a premiere coming up NEXT WEEK, in case you didn’t know. But at the CW’s premiere party in Burbank last weekend, Misha Collins was nice enough to enlighten us on an issue that was of great (and shallow) interest to me: Castiel’s creepy facial scar. “Castiel is definitely having problems with his complexion in the first and second episodes of the season. Because he is God now, he has a lot of work to do, and is taking care of Hell, Earth, and Heaven. Frankly, in all of the craziness, he hasn’t time to see a dermatologist,” he joked. “It took three extra hours everyday in makeup to deal with the boils and blisters and deal with the puss-y disgustingness that was Castiel at the beginning of the season.”
Supernatural gets no Respect
Misha talks to AfterElton about Cas, Supernatural's place in Hollywood, and fandom including slash fanfic
Interview: Misha Collins Thinks Nobody in Hollywood is Watching "Supernatural"
Posted by Michael Jensen, Editor on September 19, 2011
AfterElton: At what point did you start to realize your character was becoming such an integral part of the show?
Misha Collins: I think that I'm sort of perpetually in denial about things like that. I just saw it as a guest star role that turned into a recurring role that turned into a longer run, and I've sort of been in denial for some time. But then I started getting fan mail, pillows with needlepoint portraits with my face on them and things like that.
AE: Unlike some shows I cover, I watch Supernatural because I genuinely like it. My partner kept telling me, you've got to watch this. And he was right about Supernatural, just like he was with Buffy. Speaking of Buffy, do you ever get frustrated that because you're a genre show that maybe the powers that be don’t give you the credit that you deserve?
MC: Totally, totally. It is frustrating. I went from being a contracted regular character on the show in the last couple of years to this year, I'm a recurring guest star and that means I'm suddenly freed up to do other stuff. It's kind of amazing coming back into L.A. and into the town and people don't know Supernatural, they don't watch Supernatural.
In the industry, no one is aware of it, which is frustrating because I'm like, "Oh, hey, come on. People love me!" [laughs] And I'm suddenly thrown back into the mix [auditioning] with a bunch of guys that I thought, "Oh, I would have advanced past this by now" or "They would know me" so yes, it is frustrating.
There are shows, a lot of small cable shows like Breaking Bad, where in the general population nobody watches them really, but everybody in Los Angeles in the industry watches them, and to get a small role on a show like that actually, in some respects, advances your career more than having a huge hit role on a genre show because they are somehow dismissed as a secondary market in this industry, which I think is strange and unfair.
[Jim Tweeted his agreement with this, saying Deadwood still carries much more weight than SPN when auditioning]
AE: And without repeating yourselves over and over.
MC: Yeah, and you know what's ironic, I think that’s part of why, I mean this is my personal opinion and I don't know whether it's based in fact or not, I think part of why Supernatural has had license to do kind of adventurous things, like truly demolish the fourth wall, is that the network and studio don't really pay much attention to us. "I don't know it's just one of those little genre shows, it's got its cult following, we'll let them do what they want."
And so it's cool because I think [the writers] get more creative license then they would otherwise.
AE: So what are we going to see for Castiel this season?
MC: Well, just to use the first couple of episodes, Cas starts by trying to clean house as God, trying to do what he thinks God needs to do and things fairly quickly go sour for him. It's a daunting undertaking and you know hijinx ensue. [laughs] I'm a terrible teaser.
AE: At what point did you realize that you were developing a pretty big gay following?
MC: You know, it's interesting. I'm not actually totally cognitive of the demographic of my fans. I know that there is a phenomenon of slash/fic which I don't really understand and my understanding is that most of that is written by straight [women] or lesbian women, and all that gender bending that goes on is very mind-boggling.
But I know I got some ranking on your website at some point. Yes, I guess that's how it came to my attention. People posted it on my Twitter feed or something, and I pay attention whenever I receive any kind of accolades. It fans my already overblown ego, so I pay attention to that.
AE: And gay men.
MC: Yeah, yeah. It's a really, it's a very cool fandom. It seems like the fandom of Supernatural is very inclusive group, and I think that's awesome.
Full interview HERE
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