Danielle Turchiano, from Examiner.com had the chance to talk with Sera Gamble.
In her first part of this interview posted, Sera talks about how dam dangerous Sam’s condition is, how it’ll affect Dean, the brothers relationship and more.
Spoilers ahead, of course.
When Supernatural executive producer Sera Gamble reminds us during an interview that “Sam and Dean really only have each other going into this end run, and they’re holding each other the best that they can,” we know things are about to get really dicey. Honestly, though, how can they not? The brothers are facing a “big bad” unlike any other, Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino) included. The Leviathans are monsters so terrible they had to be locked away from all of the other monsters, and that alone speaks volumes about the challenge Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) have to face (and ultimately overcome) by the end of season seven. But before they can get to that, they have a few more pressing issues at hand like, oh, a pair of cursed ballerina slippers, some “drunken shenanigans,” and a little issue with Sam ending up in a psych ward.
“The Leviathan story is definitely going to come to a pretty dramatic head by the end of the season. I think, coming up, we have a pretty good mix of some fun, lighter toned stuff– definitely ["Out with the Old"] has a lot of fun in it and episode eighteen ["The Born Again Identity"] with the drunken shenanigans is fun, but you know, it’s all fun and games until Sam ends up in an insane asylum! And as usual for us, we kind of intersperse these close-ended episodes with the boys uncovering more about the Leviathans and trying to make some incremental progress with their larger case, if you will,” Gamble previewed for LA TV Insider Examiner earlier today.