The Supernatural Family's work to aid in disaster rescue and recovery efforts has even been noticed by Twitter! See the "Twitter Moment" featuring the SPNFamily campaign for the victims of Hurricane Harvey. Thanks to Stephanie (@soapfanfiction) for the tip!
Buddy TV posted a new deleted scene from last season.
Jensen and Danneel Ackles are spearheading an effort to help victims of Hurricane Harvey
The cast is wishing Misha a Happy Birthday!
Christine Kilmer's latest vlog is up and it's seems rather timely given the latest events.  In this very thoughtful edition she uses a nice example of Sam Winchester in one of our favorite scenes from season twelve.  Check it out below or at YouTube:
 
https://youtu.be/qhyQrpB4GZ4
 
 
Recently, I had to shut down the site because of horrible, negative, disrespectful fighting in our comment section that went against everything we stand for here at the Winchester Family Business.    I will remind, we have always had a set of rules in place, and these rules were blantanly violated.  I will make the rules more visible throught DISQUS if there is any doubt, but going forward I expect them to be followed.  
 
Recently, we lost a wonderful, very passionate fan to cancer.  She represented everything that was positive and good about the Supernatural fandom.  Her spirit was what the Winchester Family Business was formed to respresent.  We have strayed.  These rules offer perspective and grounding for those that think they can just come here and say what they want.  It's okay to be unhappy with the show.  It's not okay to make everyone else miserable because you are.  
Nightsky posted her video of the Kansas performance at Comic Con.
Today was a very special panel involving one of our prominent #SPNFAMILY members, Genevieve Padalecki.  She participated in a discussion held by the Pop Culture Hero Coalition about anti-bullying efforts in schools and communities.  This panel got especially cool when legendary Star Trek actress Nichelle Nichols joined to panel to give her expertise on the matter.  
 
Nightsky was there for the entire panel to hear this special discussion focused on ending bullying and other forms of hate.  Below is the press release of the panel describing its intent. 
The photos from Nightsky have been coming in slowly and we are keeping an archive of everything taken by her at this weekend's San Diego Comic Con in our Photo Gallery.  This archive will be updated often over the next few days so keep checking back for updates!