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    • Jared Padalecki talks GOD in Supernatural season 11: 'We may have to invite him along for the ride'

      Ever since season 5 of Supernatural ended with Lucifer falling into the cage, fans have been waiting for the possible return of one of the series’ greatest villains. And yet, there’s one return they’ve been waiting for even longer. In fact, it’s less of a return and more of an arrival: God.

      Of course, many fans believe that Chuck — played by Rob Benedict — is the big man upstairs, but he’s yet to make a definitive appearance as such. But thanks to the arrival of the Darkness in the show’s upcoming eleventh season, there’s a possibility fans could get what they’ve been waiting for.

      Because the Darkness is a pre-Biblical entity that God fought off many, many, many years ago, there’s a good chance the brothers will need God’s help to figure out how to defeat it. There’s also the chance that they’ll have to turn to Lucifer. Basically, at this point, nothing’s off limits.

      “I think [the Darkness] certainly opens the door for Lucifer and/or God to pop up,” Jared Padalecki said. ”We’re certainly going back to that and going a bit more biblical and having our take on the writings that didn’t make it into the Bible.”
      And while we know that this could mean that Sam and Dean might have to turn to Metatron, even Metatron’s knowledge isn’t a match for God. As Padalecki put it, “Since we know God’s a scribe, we may have to invite him along for the ride.”
      So … who’s ready for a road trip?

      Supernatural returns Wednesday, Oct. 7 at 9 p.m. ET on The CW. source
    • Jensen Ackles talks the Darkness in Supernatural: 'We don't know the scope of her powers'

      The Darkness is coming to Supernatural's 11th season — head here for details on the "primal force" behind next season's female (!!!) big bad.
      (Nino Munoz /The CW)

      When it comes to big bads, the Winchester brothers have fought the best of them. From angry spirits to Lucifer himself, they know what it takes to defeat evil. Heck, they even stopped the apocalypse.

      And yet, when Supernatural’s 10th season came to a close, Sam and Dean released what might be the greatest foe they’ve ever faced: the Darkness. According to Death, the Darkness was an evil that God defeated and locked away many years ago. And by many, we’re talking a pre-Biblical battle. So when season 11 begins, what will the Darkness look like?

      “As of right now we have it built as one specific entity, obviously that would be a character that we’re introducing,” Jensen Ackles revealed. “But whatever the reach of that character, what that character can do, we’re not quite sure of.”
      However, Ackles did add that, “We don’t know the scope of her powers.” In other words, this show could be facing its biggest, baddest female character yet.
      “This one’s interesting because it’s not really a monster,” Ackles said. “It’s more of a primal force that we know nothing about. There’s no lore; there’s no guidebook; there’s no instruction manual on how to deal with this.”

      In other words: good luck, boys. via
    • Question: Supernatural scoop, please! —Shirin
      Ausiello: Remember how executive producer Jeremy Carver teased at Comic-Con that some fan favorite characters will return in Season 11 (premiering Oct. 7), and in surprising ways? It sounds like their reappearance could be tied to the new Big Bad. “As responsible as the boys feel for having released The Darkness and how much they personally want to defeat it, they’re not going to be able to do it alone,” the EP tells TVLine. “They’re going to have to confront some figures from their past. They’re going to have to make some unexpected and unholy alliances involving folks from their past, which will have personal ramifications, as well. Because these are some pretty significant figures from their past.” via
    • Question: Could we please get scoop on Dean and his storyline on Supernatural, please? I’ll buy you cookies. —Dean
      Ausiello: ZOMG, you’re such a huge Supernatural fan that you changed your name to Dean? That’s not the least bit crazy. Regarding your question, Dean (and Sam) will have more than just The Darkness to contend with in Season 11. According to EP Jeremy Carver, witchy Rowena will remain “very much a problem” for the Winchesters. Now that she’s got some major magical mojo, “We’ll be seeing her in the early parts of the season deciding what she wants to do with this newfound power, and you’ll see what kind of success she has with that,” he adds. “What makes her an enjoyable character is for all of her power, she’s still ruled by a certain amount of hubris.” via
    • Supernatural' Cast, Showrunners on Season 11 Big Bad The Darkness: "We're Working Without a Playbook"

      Executive producer Jeremy Carver, co-EP Andrew Dabb and stars Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, Misha Collins and Mark Sheppard dish on what to expect from the Big Bad to Sam and Dean's "united front" and more.

      Supernatural is forging new territory in season 11.

      In the past, the long-running CW series has relied on urban legends and stories from the Bible for inspiration for every villain, from monsters of the week to season-long Big Bads. But 10 years later, executive producer Jeremy Carver wanted to throw everything they knew out the window and start fresh. This season, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) will find themselves facing an unknown entity, The Darkness, and not having a single idea where to start when it comes to defeating it.

      "This is something we've never seen on the show before," Carver tells The Hollywood Reporter. "At the beginning, everyone knows that something very bad is out there, but the boys aren't sure what they're dealing with. To make it even more frightening, everyone from angels to demons don't know what they're dealing with either. There's so little information about this thing out there in the universe. The show starts with a mystery in terms of what this thing is and what it wants. We take our time in building up our understanding of exactly that. It's going to have a pretty cool payoff."

      As exciting as that idea was to Carver and the rest of team behind Supernatural, that also presented a challenge when it came to plotting out the season-long arc.

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      "This is a show that, as crazy as things get, there's always some lore somewhere that explains it. There's always some big dusty book or scroll or tablet or something that helps folks understand what they're dealing with," Carver says. "In terms of The Darkness, basically none of that is there. The boys have to turn to the very limited resources in terms of who might know something, who might have an understanding of what this is and what it wants. From the writing standpoint, we don't have the typical go-to answers that we normally come up with. We're working without a playbook here. The show starts in a bit of a different way than it started in the past. There's a whole lot of questions and a lot of great drama, but we don't feel the need to answer all the questions at first in the premiere. It's a fun, new way for us to start the show after all these years of following the same format."

      But Carver is proud of where they were able to take the story of The Darkness.

      "Some of the most exciting parts, I can't really talk about yet," Carver says with a laugh. "Last season, we made a real concerted effort to focus on smaller, personal stories and a lot of great stuff came out of it. While the character relationships are still there this season, with the release of The Darkness, the stakes are going to feel much, much higher, not just for the boys, but for the demons in hell and the angels in heaven. It excites us to confront this issue of what you do when you have a big bad that pretty much everyone wants gone but nobody knows how to deal with."

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      And that's going to put Sam and Dean in uncertain territory like never before.

      "We are dealing with a force that predates even God," Padalecki tells THR. "So we're all out of our league here, in true Supernatural form."

      Seeing both angels and demons at a loss for how to deal with The Darkness will really put the crisis into perspective for the boys.

      "Largely, Cas is going to be uniting with the boys against this common enemy, The Darkness," Misha Collins tells THR. "When Cas finds out what it is that they're dealing with, it's kind of an 'Oh, shit!' moment, because he previously thought that The Darkness was just a scary story that angels told one another at bed time that wasn't real. Finding out that it is real is going to be very scary for everyone."

      And co-executive producer Andrew Dabb promises that no one will be able to predict what The Darkness wants.

      "The Darkness is really a monolithic bad guy for us," Dabb tells THR. "She will have a particularly strong point of view that will come through and it's something that we can grow and develop over time into a fully-realized character. This person is going to be really scary, intimidating and wry like some of our best villains have been."

      As dangerous as The Darkness will be, it does have a silver lining: the situation will be so dire that Sam and Dean will finally be in a good place with each other, frankly out of necessity.

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      "We're going to see the boys in the first episode confronting their past issues head on and coming to an understanding," Carver reveals. "In terms of any lingering anger or resentment, I think the boys are ready to put that to bed in the service of a greater need. That said, it wouldn't be the brothers and it wouldn't be the show if there weren't issues that pop up down the line and things that threaten to divide them. How they handle that, however, is another story this season, but their intent is to be as united as they possibly can in pursuit of taking down The Darkness. They share a sense of guilt, like, 'We broke this,' in regards to releasing The Darkness, so they share a desire to fix it in a much more mature way than they have in the past."

      Padalecki knows that the fans are going to be as relieved as he is to see Sam and Dean back together again.

      "I'm really excited to see the boys back on the same page," Padalecki says. "It seems like they have vacillated so much, they've been to the lowest of the lows with each other, and now there's a united front. That's always been my favorite part of Supernatural — when the boys team up and we have a united front of Sam and Dean Winchester. When Sam and Dean are fighting, that doesn’t sit right with Jensen and me. They're brothers, and underneath it all they love each other, and so this season is how it should be."

      Ackles agrees, adding, "We feel the same way that the fans do. Sam and Dean are much better when they're working towards the same goal, on the same page. Teaming up to figure out what The Darkness is, what it wants, and how to defeat it is the boys' best chance of survival. We're taking the show back to its roots, and it feels good."

      Of course, there are other factors that Sam and Dean will need to confront as well as The Darkness, like the fact that Dean killed Death (Julian Richings) in the season 10 finale.

      See More 'Supernatural': Sam and Dean's Most Memorable Kills

      "We're going to start to see that addressed as early as episode two," Carver says. "We'll start to see the ramifications of that. There are those who are affected by the death of Death who, under no uncertain terms, lay down exactly how they feel about it. There will be some major consequences of that."

      And Castiel and Crowley (Mark Sheppard) were stuck in a bit of a sticky situation themselves at the end of season 10, when Crowley's mother Rowena (Ruth Connell) put an "attack dog" spell on Cas and set the angel loose on Crowley, hoping he would kill the King of Hell.

      "Crowley was about to die by the hands of Cas, and it does not look good for him, does it?" Sheppard tells THR. "The situation is pretty bad. We'll pick up with that right away. If Crowley doesn't make it out alive, it's kind of a wussy way to go. I'd rather him have a much more noble death."

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      Collins reveals that the spell will have long-lasting effects for Cas.

      "We will pick up with Castiel right away in the premiere, we are picking up the pieces and Cas is definitely still under the effects of the attack dog spell," Collins says. "We have a very small time jump but you'll see Cas struggling with it. It's not something that has completely consumed him, he's fighting against it and essentially fading in and out of consciousness. But it's going to continue to be something he's fighting and struggling with for a very long time."

      One of the things Supernatural does best, year after year, is its high-concept, meta episodes, and season 11 will have its fair share.

      "Episode four is one that we're all really excited about," Carver says. "It takes place all inside the Impala. It's all from the point-of-view of Baby. It's giving tribute to the Impala, which is basically the unsung hero of the show. And then we'll have a nice mix of fun and frightening episodes coming up. We have one episode where we investigate what's happening in the world of imaginary friends, revealing that Sam himself had an imaginary friend when he was younger, Sully [played by Nate Torrence]. It's going to be a lot of fun."
      And once again, Ackles is putting on his director's cap for an episode airing early in the season.

      "I am directing again, and I'm really excited about it," Ackles says. "It feels really good to get behind the camera for an episode again. I kill myself during prep. I make sure that I meticulously do my homework so that when I show up for day one, I'm not scared and I can be ready for anything. I like to come over-prepared as far as directing goes."

    • Question: I am dying to find out more about Sam’s visions this season on Supernatural. What can you tell us about that? —Elena M.
      Ausiello: Sam will be “exploring” his visions and “trying to figure out who’s talking to him and what they mean,” star Jensen Ackles previews. “So he takes it upon himself to go there without Dean, and it leaves me in the dust. Then, of course, Dean has to follow, [which leads to] some interesting alliances.”

    • I was wondering if you have any scoop on Castiel’s storyline on Supernatural? –Zarah
      Tonight’s episode finds the angel seeking out Metatron for help and discovering they have more in common than they thought, despite their mutual dislike. “Metatron is more or less human, which is a burden that Cas has had to bear in the past,” Misha Collins previews. “While Cas is not a huge fan of Metatron, he, ultimately, ends up feeling a little bit of empathy for him, because he’s experiencing the human experience for the first time and all of its difficulties.” via
    • I’m worried that Dean keeping his connection with the Darkness from Sam is going to cause a rift with the brothers on Supernatural. Help! — Dana
      Yes, Dean is hiding something from his brother, but just keep in mind that the evil they’re fighting is much bigger than any secret. “It’s such a massive big bad that they’ve let loose that a lot of what’s going on this season [is] the brothers side-by-side working in parallel righting this wrong,” Jared Padalecki says. “We’re doing some cool stuff this season where the brothers [are] even starting to right past wrongs with each other. They’re starting to remind each other that they care about each other, that they’re there for each other and sorry about what happened.” I think it’s safe to say that the Winchester bond is safe for now.

      Are Sam and Dean going to find themselves fighting WITH the monsters to beat the Darkness on Supernatural? — Tim
      It’s a great question, and one I asked Jared Padalecki. “We haven’t explored that too much yet,” he says. “It was like a tagline for Independence Day or something, but it was like ‘When aliens invade is the day racism ends,’ so maybe this is sort of the same thing, like now that the Darkness is here, monsters and demons and angels and humans can at least find a common enemy, because we’re all scared of it. We’re all scared of what it could entail.” I, for one, would love to see God, Lucifer, Castiel, Crowley, and the Winchesters all on the same team.

    • Supernatural: Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki on whether God will help or hinder the Winchesters

      After last week’s Supernatural bomb that the Darkness is actually God’s sister, it seems more important than ever that the guys get help from the big man upstairs (or wherever he is). And yet, it’s not clear whether God’s going to be on the Winchesters’ side.

      When asked if the boys could defeat the Darkness without God’s help, Jensen Ackles answered, “I don’t think they can.” But when Jared Padalecki was asked the same question, he revealed that there’s potential for God to actually hinder the brothers.

      “Whether or not the boys can fight the Darkness without God is a question for us as audience members but is one of those things that’s not a question for the Winchesters. They’re going to do it come hell or high water, with God’s help or with God trying to stop them,” he said, adding, “I’m not saying which of those is going to be the case, but no matter what, I think the boys are committed to righting this wrong. So with or without God’s help, the boys are going to try and stop the Darkness.”

      The bigger twist, however, could be in the Darkness itself. After all, if she’s God’s sister, how evil could she be? “She is still assessing what this creation is that God made and I think the very famous line of her so far is that ‘He is the light and I am the opposite of that, I am the Darkness.’ What’s interesting is, I’m not sure if that’s inherently bad or if that actually could be something that is beneficial,” Ackles said.

      Ackles continued: “It’s weird. We’re setting it up as the ultimate evil, but there’s also this question of, ‘Well, is it?’ And I think we’re going to try to play with that a little bit. So does she think that everyone is the enemy? No, I don’t think so. It’s an interesting character and I don’t know how we’re going to deal with it.” source
    • Jim Beaver, Steven Williams returning to '#Supernatural' via @EW @jumblejim

      Posted by Supernatural Serien Community on Tuesday, January 12, 2016

      Exclusive: Supernatural is bringing someone back who'll do God's work.

      Posted by TVLine on Tuesday, February 16, 2016

      Chuck aka Gott wird bei SPN wieder auftauchen!!
      Hieß es nicht, er sei tot? Weil ein Prophet dem anderen folgt und wir hatten dann ja Kevin. Aber naja, was heißt bei SPN tot... Gott holt zurück, was er will.

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    • 'Supernatural' Season 11: Jensen Ackles Teases Major Reveal, What Question Will Be Answered?

      Supernatural is ready to put to rest one of the series' oldest questions.

      The CW series has been around for 11 years now, and over the course of it's run, Supernatural has left a few threads hanging. What ever happened to Jesse Turner, the child antichrist? Did Sam (Jared Padalecki) save Dean's (Jensen Ackles) necklace? Is Gabriel (Richard Speight, Jr.) dead or alive? Is Chuck (Rob Benedict) really God?

      That last question has received a lot of play this seasons, and it's no surprise that attendees at Creation Entertainment's Las VegasSalute to Supernatural automatically referenced Benedict's upcoming episode 20 return when Ackles teased a major season 11 reveal.

      "I will say that coming up there is an answer to a question that's been asked for quite a long time," Ackles teased. "I'm not going to give it away! [You] probably already know."
      Shouts of "Rob" and "God" quickly filled the air, but neither Ackles nor Padalecki were willing to confirm anything.

      "No, not Rob," Ackles told the fans. "I will say that it is related to Rob, but it is a question that has been asked for a long time."

      If Ackles is indeed referring to episode 20, it sounds like viewers will be in for a wild ride. Padalecki teased the ep at a previous con, calling the upcoming hour his favorite of all time. Yes, "The French Mistake" has been supplanted.
      "There have been few times in my life as Sam Winchester that I've read the script and had tears well in my eyes and the sensation like when you get the shivers and your blood vessels dilate and you get goosebumps...Twenty is awesome," Padalecki said in February. "Twenty is awesome, awesome, awesome, awesome."

      The arrival of the Darkness (Emily Swallow) has certainly primed the pump for God's long awaited reveal. Even if Chuck isn't the embodiment of the Almighty, he is certainly some sort of heavenly being. No one just poofs in and out of existence without some serious mojo. If God fails to show, at least we'll hopefully find out the truth behind the writer's bizarre disappearance. source