The actor Tahmoh Penikett was cast to play the fallen angel Ezekiel, to be introduced in the Season Premiere, which will be aired on Tuesday, October 8th.
Read the details plus some other spoilers Jeremy Carver gave to HuffPost
“Supernatural” has cast “Battlestar Galactica” alum Tahmoh Penikett for the guest role of Ezekiel in Season 9, HuffPost TV has learned.
Executive producer Jeremy Carver describes the character as “a dignified warrior angel injured in the Fall.” Expect Ezekiel to make his first appearance in the Season 9 premiere on Tuesday, October 8 at 9 p.m. ET on The CW.
A recent SpoilerTV report said that the role was potentially recurring, which makes sense, given Penikett’s genre cache following roles in “BSG,” “Dollhouse,” “Mortal Kombat: Legacy” and “Continuum.”
At Comic-Con, Carver told HuffPost TV that the overarching theme of Season 9 is “consequences — the decisions [the characters] made at the end of last year are really causing a tremendous amount of fall-out, and that includes Castiel [Misha Collins] as well. Those decisions are going to propel them into some even greater and deeper and scarier decisions at the beginning of this season, that are going to have far-reaching, very personal consequences for our brothers.”
He continued, “I think something we’re really reaching for, is each of our major characters — not just the boys [Jared Padalecki's Sam and Jensen Ackles' Dean], but Castiel and Crowley [Mark Sheppard] — are either dealing with an experience or have recently come through an experience, a la Crowley almost becoming human, which has really affected them in ways they maybe didn’t expect.