High quality screen captures from this season’s seventh, eight & ninth episodes of Supernatural have been added into the gallery.
I’ve added 6 episodic stills of Jensen from the tenth episode of Supernatural season ten titled ‘The Hunter Games’ which airs on January 20th! Check them out in our gallery now.
Today has been a day of big news on the Supernatural front!
The CW handed early renewals for the 2015-16 season to all eight of its current scripted series, in a show of confidence and a sign of its improving primetime fortunes. Renewed are: “Arrow,” “The Flash,” “Jane the Virgin,” “Reign,” “Supernatural,” “The 100,” “The Vampire Diaries” and “The Originals.”
Each of these series have helped define what the CW is today, a network that is home to smart, provocative, quality programming, targeting a savvy adult audience,” said CW prexy Mark Pedowitz. “By picking up these shows now, our executive producers can start planning next season’s storylines, and rolling these shows out throughout next season guarantees the CW will have more proven original series for our fall, midseason and summer 2016 line-ups.”
It was also announced that The CW’s longrunning hit series is set to move nights…again. Beginning March 18, Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki will return to Wednesdays at 9 p.m., following Arrow. And don’t worry, fans of The 100, the move is happening after the season two finale.
The eleventh episode of Supernatural season ten is set to air on January 20th!
THE AFTERMATH — After the massacre at the ranch, Dean (Jensen Ackles), Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Castiel (Misha Collins) double their efforts to find a cure for the Mark of Cain but there is nothing in the lore that can help them. Desperate, Castiel comes up with an idea that Sam deems the “single worst idea I’ve ever heard.” Meanwhile, Rowena (guest star Ruth Connell) continues to plot against Crowley (Mark Sheppard), and Castiel tries to mend his relationship with Claire (guest star Kathryn Love Newton) who is plotting revenge against Dean for killing her friend. John Badham directed this episode written by Eugenie Ross-Leming & Brad Buckner (#1011).