The CW has recently released two behind the scenes images of season 9, you can view them below, I will add them to the gallery later!
In another comic con video just released, BuddyTV talked to Jensen at the Roundtable interview session and he dishes on season 9.
Here is the first photo of JJ with her gorgeous parents :) She’s a pretty lil thing herself
Another old romantic flame of the Winchesters will surface early in season 9.
The series has been speckled with the brothers many failed relationships. Episode 5 will see the return of one of Dean’s (Jensen Ackles) old girlfriends, Robin, according to Spoiler TV. A waitress at a diner, the 30-something woman remembers the elder Winchester brother from a romance when the two were in their teens.
Director Kevin Parks began casting for the episode last Thursday, and shooting should begin in a few weeks.
In the last nine seasons, a wide array of females have captured the attention of the Winchester boys. However, any time Sam (Jared Padalecki) or Dean come close to having a stable relationship, the job inevitably catches up with them.
Personally, I’d love to see Jensen as Batman. What do you guys think?
Following the announcement that the sequel to Man of Steel would feature Batman, Supernatural star Jensen Ackles has said he would jump at the chance to play the Caped Crusader.
Speaking to E! News, Ackles said that while he does not ever expect to be offered the prestigious part, he said it would be a dream come true revealing “Any guy in his right mind would die to play Batman, it would be a dream come true. I won’t hold my breath.”
Ackles is no stranger to the DC Comics universe, having featured as the mysterious Jason Teague in Smallville during its 2004 and 2005 season.
News broke out at Comic Con about a spinoff of the cult series.
Nine seasons in and Supernatural is expanding its cult empire.
A spinoff of the long-running drama, which stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, is being developed at the CW, executive producer Bob Singer revealed to reporters at San Diego Comic-Con 2013 on Sunday.
The network plans to introduce the potential series as a backdoor pilot in episode 20, which will be written by Andrew Dabb.
The spinoff, however, will not be centered on a character Supernatural fans know and love but on a new character introduced in the episode, who will then anchor the new series, should it be picked up. While details are slim, the series is said to have a more urban feel than Supernatural.
This isn’t the first time the CW has decided to work on a spinoff of one of their popular series: The Originals, which focuses on three characters from The Vampire Diaries, premieres this fall.