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Comic Convention SpoilersSeason 12 Teaser WB Promo
Extended Promo –  iTunes Sneak PeekMemento
Mark Sheppard InterviewMisha Collins Interview

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Supernatural boss talks Mary’s return: ‘She is their origin myth’

Anything is possible on Supernatural. We’ve seen humans be possessed, humans turn into demons, demons turn into humans, and don’t even get us started on all the angelic possibilities. So when Mary Winchester appeared in the season 11 finale, some fans were skeptical that she was, well, actually Mary.

But according to Supernatural showrunner Andrew Dabb, she’s 100 percent human. “It’s her. She was brought back,” Dabb says. “There is nothing demonic, nothing angelic. We’re treating her very much as a character and the character who has been a part of Sam and Dean’s story for 11 seasons. This is really her and she’s having a real impact on our boys.”

In fact, Dabb says the plan to bring Mary back into the fold has been floating around for “at least two years” in the writers’ room. “It didn’t feel right until the end of last season,” he says.

Speaking to how Mary will affect the show, Dabb says: “At the heart, the dynamic of the show is unchanged in that it’s always going to be about the brothers, it’s always going to be about the family they’ve put together, and Mary doesn’t so much upset that as complement it. When she comes in, it’s family through another lens. She is their origin myth, her death led to everything, so when she comes back, the boys having a mother again which they really haven’t had.”

Dabb continued: “At first, they’re really excited to have her back, but also aren’t quite sure how she’s going to respond to them because they know the last thing she wanted was for her kids to be hunters and now she’s walking into a world where her kids are hunters. So there’s a little [bit of] feeling each other out through the first part of the season before coming to a place that’s probably a little more settled.”

Yes, Mary does find herself pulled back into the world of hunting, but at least she finds a new friend along the way. As Dabb puts it: “We never want to shift the focus of the show off Sam and Dean, so by bringing Mary in, it’s more along the lines of: How does she affect Sam? How does she affect Dean? She and Castiel form a really interesting friendship and we think she’s a nice pivot point around which we can spin our characters.”

Supernatural season 12 premieres Thursday, Oct. 13 at 9 p.m. ET on The CW, and don’t miss Supernatural’s Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki at EW’s PopFest October 29-30. Get your tickets here!

Source: EW

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Supernatural: Kadeem Hardison to guest star as a music industry mogul

When Supernatural returns, Lucifer has found himself a new vessel in the form of rock star Rick Springfield. Furthermore, we know that Castiel and Crowley will be teaming up to hunt him down. After all, Castiel is in need of a bit of revenge, and Crowley wants nothing more than to take back his throne.
But the hunt for Lucifer won’t be easy, and along the way, Crowley’s going to run into at least one familiar face. EW can exclusively reveal that Kadeem Hardison has been cast to guest star in a season 12 episode as Russell Lemmons — get it? — a music industry mogul who has a history with Crowley and big plans for Vince Vincente, which by the way, is the name of Lucifer’s new vessel, played by Springfield.
Supernatural returns Thursday, Oct. 13 at 9 p.m. ET on The CW.
Source: EW

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Supernatural: Castiel and Crowley team up in season 12’s own ‘buddy cop comedy’

When Supernatural’s 11th season ended, Amara had zapped Lucifer from Castiel’s vessel, but she didn’t send him back to the cage. Translation: Lucifer’s still out there, and as we know, he’s now inhabited the body of rock star Rick Springfield.
But so long as Lucifer’s around, Crowley won’t have full control of hell, and considering Crowley’s main concern is reclaiming his throne, there’s a battle to be had. The twist? Castiel is none too happy with Lucifer after their, er, time together, so season 12 will actually see Cas and Crowley working together.
“Castiel and Crowley have kind of teamed up in season 12 and are working together,” Misha Collins tells EW. And according to both Collins and Mark Sheppard, fans can expect a sort of ’70s sitcom/’80s buddy cop comedy when the duo takes on the once-favorite son of God.
Supernatural returns Thursday, Oct. 13 at 9 p.m. ET on The CW.
Source/Video: EW

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Any crazy meta episodes planned for season 12 of Supernatural? — Tammy
If you’re hoping for the next “Fan Fiction” or “Baby,” you might have to wait a bit. But this is Supernatural, so there’s always a few creative ideas on the table. “You never want to do something conceptual that you’re not going to knock out of the park,” showrunner Andrew Dabb says. “That being said, we have some things that are totally different. We’re working on [an episode] right now that is a little Reservoir Dogs-y. [It’s a] non-linear, interesting approach to a story we’ve never done before.”
Source: EW

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“Dean, Mary and Cas are on the ‘Save Sam train,’ and that really drives them for the first three episodes,” executive producer Andrew Dabb previews. Once reunited, the Winchesters find themselves “pulled in two different directions” thanks to the dual threat of the British Men of Letters and Lucifer, who has taken on the vessel of a down-on-his-luck rock star (Rick Springfield). Everyone wants a piece of the fallen angel, including Crowley, who is looking to reclaim Hell and get payback for being humiliated. Lady Toni’s brethren, however, may turn out to be occasional allies in addition to stirring up trouble. “Sometimes, Sam and Dean will be working with them. Sometimes, they’ll be working against them,” Dabb hints. Meanwhile, the miraculous return of Mama Winchester has the brothers feeling “happy and conflicted” as she adjusts to a world that includes modern technology and angels. Speaking of heavenly creatures: Season 12 will spin “more personal” Cas stories and dig into his past a bit.
BONUS SPOILER!: “We’re putting the focus more on the world of hunters, so some of our past fan favorite hunters will, hopefully, swing through the show,” Dabb teases.
RETURN DATE: Thursday, Oct. 13 at 9/8c (The CW)
Source: TVLine

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Question: Do you have any Supernatural scoop? —Joanna
Ausiello: The events of last May’s holy finale “have affected” Rowena, portrayer Ruth Connell confirms, but “maybe not in the way that you think. She’s trying a different tactic. Whether it works or not, remains to be seen.”
Source: TVLine

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Will we see Castiel more this season on Supernatural? —Amy
It sure sounds like it. Showrunner Andrew Dabb told Vlada Gelman the goal for Season 12 was “to tell some stories that were a little bit more personal with Castiel, both in terms of his relationship with Sam and Dean and digging into his past a bit.” The angel will also hit it off with another Winchester. “He and Mary have a connection. It’s not a romantic one, but they have a lot in common. They’re both strangers in a strange land, in a way.” And following some very grand celestial plots, “We wanted to focus [Cas] down a bit more,” Dabb explains. “He feels responsible for Lucifer getting out of the cage, although as we’ll learn, pretty much everyone else on our show feels responsible for that, too. Obviously, as threats to Sam and Dean come up, he will be there to stand by our boys’ side.”
Source: TVLine

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Supernatural: A Castiel-centric episode is coming!

For those Supernatural fans who are always wanting more Castiel, we’ve got good news. Season 12 is going to give you a bit more about Castiel’s (Misha Collins) past. After all, he’s an angel, so there’s a lot of history to work with.

When talking about his approach to season 12, new showrunner — but longtime writer — Andrew Dabb tells EW that coming off a story as big as God and his sister in season 11, this year is a bit more personal. “It’s about telling smaller stories that impact more of our characters,” Dabb says. “For example, this year, especially toward the middle of the season, we’re using Castiel in stand-alone episodes in a way that he hasn’t been used in a long time.”

Referencing episode 12, Dabb says, “That’s very heavily about Castiel and the journey he’s been on, some things from his past that we’re not aware of are getting brought to light.”
Source: EW

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Anything on Supernatural’s big bad in season 12? — Cady
Only if you mean big bads, plural. “At the beginning of the season, Lucifer’s still out there. You’ve got the British Men of Letters, and you’ve got a couple other players,” showrunner Andrew Dabb says. “It’s less Sam and Dean having to go up against one enemy and it’s more Sam and Dean, especially as the season progresses, feeling they’re surrounded by enemies, some of whom may be people they have viewed as allies up until this point.”
Source: EW

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