Did you guys catch the long promo that aired last week, about what’s coming up in the next few episodes of SUPERNATURAL? If not, allow me to share it with you, thanks to our wonderful friends at the WB!Vodpod videos no longer available.
I love this season! Follow the jump for some spoilery descriptions of each episode coming up!
“I Believe the Children Are Our Future” airing this Thurs., 10/15 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.
A series of strange and seemingly unexplainable deaths in a small town lead Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) to the home of a young local boy, whose true identity has Castiel (Misha Collins) bent on his immediate destruction. Guest stars Ever Carradine as ‘Julia’ and Gattlin Griffith as ‘Jesse.’ “I Believe the Children Are Our Future” was written by Andrew Dabb & Dan Loflin and directed by Charles Beeson.
“The Curious Case of Dean Winchester” airing Thurs., 10/29 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.
When a 25-year-old man drops dead of old age and a 60-something man goes missing, only to turn up young and extremely healthy, the Winchesters investigate and discover a backroom poker game where players gamble to win or lose years of their lives. Guest stars Jim Beaver as ‘Bobby Singer,’ Chad Everett as ‘Older Dean,’ Hal Ozsan as ‘Patrick’ and Pascale Hutton as ‘Lia.’ Sera Gamble wrote the teleplay for “The Curious Case of Dean Winchester” based on a story by Sera Gamble & Jenny Klein.
“Changing Channels” airing Thurs., 11/5 at 9 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.
When Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) find themselves living their lives on what appear to be TV shows, it makes for a whole new style of reality television and they wonder if the Trickster (guest star Richard Speight, Jr.) is to blame. From a sitcom to a soapy hospital drama to a Japanese game show to a crime procedural, each new experience they encounter is more bizarre than the next and they want out. But is the Trickster really the mastermind behind the madness? Also starring Misha Collins as ‘Castiel.’ “Changing Channels” was written by Jeremy Carver and directed by Charles Beeson.