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Spoiler Update – September 22nd

CW released the official synopsis for 7.04 “Defending Your Life.”

DEAN IS PUT ON TRIAL FOR HIS PAST SINS — Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate a string of gruesome murders and discover the Egyptian god Osiris (guest star Faran Tahir) is behind the deaths. The vengeful god is putting people on trial for their past mistakes and killing them if found guilty. Osiris hones in on Dean’s guilt and decides he’s the next to stand trial. Sam steps in as Dean’s lawyer, but both brothers are unprepared when Osiris calls an unexpected witness – Jo (guest star Alona Tal). Robert Singer directed the episode written by Adam Glass (#704).

Laura Prudom of AOL.TV released an article on her perception of the Season 7 premier and Sera Gamble and Bob Singer Q&A that took place yesterday. Her preview of the episode itself was the best  one I’ve seen yet.

Her spoilers are listed below: 

- Castiel's transformation is the driving force of the first episode, and Collins is given an excellent range of emotions to play. From infuriating arrogance to heartrending emotion, the episode showcases some of Collins' finest work to date, and will answer many of the questions that have been posed to the actor and the producers over the summer in regards to Castiel's arc this season. "I think he totally bought into what he was doing at the end of last year," Robert Singer conceded. "Eric [Kripke] used to like to say, 'Every villain is a hero of his own story.' [Castiel] totally believed in what he was doing and believed that it was the right thing -- there was a certain amount of hubris and ego there that was probably misplaced, but I don't think he counted on what happened to him and I think there's just sort of that life lesson there of power corrupts and absolute power corrupts absolutely."

- We'll start to see a focus on those issues in episode four (which Singer directed), in which Dean is put on trial by the Egyptian god of the afterlife, Osiris. "[He] weighs your heavy heart against a feather and if your heart is heavier than the feather, then he does you in," Singer revealed. "It's all about carrying guilt and that sort of thing, not just 'do I feel bad?' but 'do I feel guilty?' That's kind of the big turning point episode for his arc this year ... kind of a kick off for a real kind of good run for Jensen. He's in a different place, I think, than he's been in previous seasons." The episode will also see the return of Jo [Alona Tal], who is called as a witness to testify in Dean's case. "She's great in the episode," Singer enthused. "We put some flashbacks in the episode, back to episodes she was in years ago, and she has matured and grown incredibly as an actress. I was just blown away by what she did."

- Sam, meanwhile, still has that pesky mental wall to deal with, and now that it's come crashing down, expect him to face some issues that Dean and Bobby can't help him with. "It comes out pretty quickly that he is dealing with this awful wall-breaking, hallucinatory situation, which escalates really, really dramatically in the next episode, which Ben Edlund wrote," Gamble teased. "It becomes something that Dean is trying to deal with and Bobby is trying to deal with and it was an interesting thing to throw at him."

 - More time-travel: (Although the boys won't be flying Angel Air this time around.) "We're breaking an episode right now that's pretty cool, where one of the guys ends up stuck in 1944, which is very different then getting stuck in the wild west ... it's a darker time period," Gamble hinted. "It turns out that a case that they were trying to solve back than is the same as a case that Sam and Dean are trying to solve now. All of the tropes at that time period are really fun; in its own way, it's as iconic and fun as the western."-

 - New allies: As previewed at Comic-Con, we'll be introduced to Frank, an old acquaintance of Bobby's who is "a bit off the grid" and "a really difficult guy to deal with." We'll also meet Garth, who is "very quirky" according to Gamble. "Dean is stuck in an emergency situation and can't be with Bobby and can't be with Sam and needs a hunter and Bobby sends him this guy named Garth, who's going to be played by DJ Qualls," she revealed.

-The devil you know: As the previews have indicated, Crowley is back -- and the demon is harder to kill than a cockroach. Expect to see more of him, according to Gamble. "Crowley is sort of the ultimate, self-interested character; he always finds a way to bend whatever's happening to his own best uses," she said. "I mean, there's a reason he's lived this long; there's a reason he always finds the parachute under his seat. So, as things evolve this season, we'll see him try and adapt. He's always fun -- we keep throwing stuff at him."

-More Meg: Singer predicted that Meg (Rachel Miner) would "rear her lovely and evil head again" sometime soon, but didn't specify any precise plans.

-Title card: Fans always relish the title card change at the start of a new season, and this year's card is certainly ... messier than before. "It's just monstery and disgusting and connects to purgatory, and also, there's sort of like a B-movie vibe of grossness coming at you from your screen that we really have wholeheartedly embraced in the writer's room," Gamble laughed.

On the premiere itself, she commented.

“I'll be the first to admit that I wasn't too fond of season six on the whole; episodes often felt tonally uneven in terms of direction or editing, or badly paced in terms of writing, with some storylines rushed through too fast (hello and goodbye, Eve!) or character potential squandered because of indecisive plotting (hello and goodbye, Campbells!).

That being said, even though episode 701 is more dialogue-heavy than action-heavy, I found it well-paced and well-edited, with amusing musical cues and a compelling narrative. Scenes didn't drag or cut off too abruptly; there was a well-tempered balance of drama and humor; all the actors were delivering strong, nuanced performances, and the episode contained a couple of surprising twists that I don't think the audience will see coming.

As a fan of Castiel's character and the new dynamic he brought to the show in season four, I was admittedly pensive about the premiere given the way last season ended, but without giving anything away, I found myself generally satisfied with the direction he took, although a lot hinges on what happens in the next episode. Being active on Twitter, I'm also well aware of the concerns some Dean fans have in regards to his arc, but I will say that the producers seem aware of those worries, as well as those relating to Castiel, and I'm willing to give them the benefit of the doubt in handling the characters respectfully, because they seem to have a much clearer direction for the season as a whole in mind than they demonstrated at the beginning of last year.

There was a point early last season where I wondered if 'Supernatural' could ever recapture that giddy sense of anticipation I felt in earlier years, where waiting a week for answers seemed impossible, but I can honestly say that I'm genuinely looking forward to episode 702. I'm hoping it addresses a few of the questions posed by the cliffhanger ending of 701, but on the whole, I'm feeling a lot more optimistic than I was feeling after last season's premiere, and that's a very good sign.”

To read the entire article click here. 

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SpoilerTV has released future episode titles and air dates.

Episode 7.09: How to Win Friends and Influence People (11/18/2011)

Episode 7.10: Not Fade Away (12/02/2011)

Episode 7.11: Adventures In Babysitting (01/06/2012)

Episode 7.12: Amazon.com (01/13/2012) *Working Title

Spoiler Update –September 21st


More article and information from the special screening of the series premier.  This time from E!Online a video of Misha Collins who spills spoilers about “Supernatural.”

Here's the video:  



Sera Gamble and Robert Singer talk Season 7.

During a special screening and Q&A event for the show in Los Angeles, Sera Gamble and Robert Singer talk about Dean in season seven to Danielle Turchiano, LA TV Insider Examiner. Some of the highlights are below.

 - In season seven of the CW series, she starts with the Impala garaged in a similar manner. After being flipped over and half-crushed in the season six finale, Dean (Jensen Ackles) has a lot of work on his hands to get his baby back up and running again. He basically has to rebuild the car completely in order to make it "as good as mint." The Impala's state can be seen as a metaphor once again. This time, though, for the way in which Dean will have to build himself back up after he unravels a bit this season.

 - Gamble told LA TV Insider Examiner that the Impala is being used in the season premiere episode, "Meet The Boss," simply to show the passing of time. She thought it was the easiest way for the writers to exhibit how much time has passed since Castiel initially sucked in all of the souls and channeled the power of God. Making progress on a car proves the events that happen so quickly in the first hour back for the series really are not happening in just a day or even a week after the events of last season's finale.

 -  "Dean will have lots of issues this year that he's going to have to deal with," co-executive producer Bob Singer teased. "During the first thirteen episodes [of season seven], I think he will probably carry a rockier journey in an odd way in terms of how he feels emotionally and how he deals with things. He's on a real rollercoaster. Jensen has plenty to do!"

-  Dean will have a major upcoming moment in the fourth episode-- the episode that Singer directed-- though, during which he is put on trial by an Egyptian God. Yes, you read that right: Castiel isn't the only God Supernatural will explore this season!  "Cyrus-- an Egyptian God-- he weights how heavy your heart is against a feather...It's all about carrying guilt," Singer previewed.

- Dean has a lot of guilt about the things he's done, most notably the way in which his good friend Jo (Alonna Tal) died. And Jo returns for that episode, to act as a "witness" during the trial, which is chock full of emotional weight for both actors, especially when they get to the flashbacks from previous moments they shared. 

 - Dean will interact heavily with guest star D.J. Qualls, when he gets "stuck in an emergency situation when he can't be with Bobby and can't be with Sam and needs a hunter" in another upcoming episode. Bobby (Jim Beaver) sends him a "quirky" guy named Garth, played by Qualls, who let's just say, may prove to antagonize Dean in his own unique way.To read the complete article, click here.


 At the same Q&A, Sera Gamble and Bob Singer also talked about s7 and Sam.  Highlights below

 - “What’s happening with Sam isn’t something that he can hide for very long. It comes out pretty quickly that he’s dealing with this awful wall-breaking situation, which escalates really, really dramatically in the [second] episode that Ben Edlund wrote,” Gamble shared.

 - “It’s something that Dean is dealing with, that Bobby is trying to deal with; it was an interesting thing to throw at them because every now and then a hunter will come into their sphere where they’ve been hunting for so long, they’ve gone crazy. And Ben wrote just a couple of lines in the episode about how ‘It’s one thing to get hexed or possessed, but it’s another to lose your marbles.’ And, you know, the episode kind of discusses that this is Sam, kind of facing that moment as a hunter where it’s just too much. He might just be losing his marbles for good, and there’s no amulet he can wear for that. And he could try Prozac, maybe, if it’s really strong, and you know, that doesn’t sound so good to him. So it’s this intersection between what happens in the real world when someone is in a really awful job for a long time and the supernatural.”  She continues, “It’s a really hard thing. It was a really big sacrifice he made—I mean when he jumped into the pit to stop the apocalypse. So now he’s living with this fissure in his head,” Gamble continued. “We didn’t want to wrap it up in one episode, where the wall breaks, but then he’s fine and drinking a beer and talking about it!”

 - After the first few episodes, the tone and focus will shift a bit. There will be resolution to Sam’s situation in one way, only to have a new door to a whole other set of issues opened. And that, of course, will introduce a whole new big bad.

 - “Sam and Dean kind of feel like they are part of a small…way of fighting evil. They feel kind of outmatched in the way the world around them as moved,” Gamble admitted. “We introduced the idea of purgatory and the monsters there. That’s an awful place, and hell’s an awful place, and heaven, frankly, sounds kind of boring to me. But when you think about it, our place-- Earth-- is sort of this Eden. Slightly corrupted but full of possibilities, certainly, and it seems like everyone wants to be here, so there’s a lot of direction we can go in with that.”

 - “We’re breaking an episode right now that’s pretty cool where there’s a whole new means [of time travel],” Gamble said, noting that angels would not be involved in “zapping” the boys back with this one.  “One of the guys gets stuck in 1944, which is very different from being out west! It’s a much darker time period. It turns out the case they were trying to solve back then is the same type of case that Sam and Dean are trying to solve right now.”

To read the entire article, click here.




Spoiler Update - September 20th

TV Guide released some small spoilers with a set of never-before seen promo photos of the boys from last year. Pictures are posted in the News section of our site. The spoilers are listed below.

Much to the dismay of his many fans, Collins has been reduced from series regular to guest star this season and is so far promised for only two episodes. Exec producer Sera Gamble admits being "cagey" about the actor's future appearances "for plot reasons. We know the fans love that character so much, but so do we," she insists, revealing "the arc for the season develops out of what happens with Cas in the first episode." Let's just say that in gathering Purgatory's denizens, Castiel may bite off more than he can chew.

If you thought last season's Purgatory escapee, the murderous shape-shifter Eve, was bad, "these old creatures that have been locked in Purgatory are even worse," Gamble warns. And they want to kill Sam and Dean. "These bad guys know their tricks, so they have to go deep off the grid." Adds Ackles, "All of the [gambits] the brothers used to exist, credit-card fraud, gambling, those are now ways to track them down." And that could mean — horror or horrors! — no more road trips in their beloved '67 Impala. "It's going to be hard," says Gamble, "but putting Sam and Dean in boiling water brings out the best in them." (Read our full interview with Ackles
here.)

To read the entire article,
click here

Spoiler Update - September 19th



13 preview photos for Episode 7.02 "Hello Cruel World" are in our Photo Gallery.  They...really don't tell you much at all but something is up between Sam and Dean.  This is the episode directed by Guy Norman Bee.  

The photos can be found here.

Spoiler Update – September 19th

Zap2it has exclusively learned that D.J. Qualls -- best known for his memorable role as nerdy virgin Kyle in the comedy classic "Road Trip" -- will intercept the Winchesters in the season's 8th episode, tentatively titled "Time for a Wedding."

Qualls plays Garth, a quirky, laid-back hunter who Dean (Jensen Ackles) clashes with right off the bat. Let's just say that Dean definitely wouldn't be working with him if Garth wasn't the only hunter available, and if it wasn't a dire emergency. Hijinks ensue, Though he'll forever be Kyle to us, Qualls is no stranger to television audiences -- most recently, he starred on TNT's "Memphis Beat" as Officer Davey Sutton.

- CW released a new promotional photo for season seven.

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Spoiler Update - September 15th



 - MTV released two new videos of the boys talking about Supernatural on “10 onTop”.

The first is Jensen talking about directing this time and Jared being directed by him. 



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 - spnsherry's photostream posted a scan of the new TVGuide article on “Supernatural”  The only new spoiler from the article is regarding Bobby.  “Bobby helps buddy Sheriff Jody Mills (Kim Rhodes) investigate paranormal activity at a hospital.”



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 - More news, episode 7.09 is now called “How to Win Friends and Influence People“.  And SpoilerTV released a new title for 7.08.  It will now be called "Time for a Wedding"


 - Also a tweet from @onemoremistake produced a casting spoiler.  Michael Hogan from Battlestar Galactica will appear as a local sheriff in episode 7.06 “Slash Fiction."



 - The CW released the Official Description of the Episode 7.03 “The Girl Next Door”, directed by the actor Jensen Ackles.  The episode will air on October 7th, 2011.

7.03 “The Girl Next Door” The CW Official Description

JENSEN ACKLES DIRECTS — Dean (Jensen Ackles) is furious after Sam (Jared Padalecki) disappears to follow a lead on a case with clues that are identical to a case Sam solved as a kid. The demon turns out to be Amy (guest star Jewel Staite), who has been killing low-life thugs and taking their brains for dinner – the same demon Sam found as a kid. Jensen Ackles directed the episode written by Andrew Dabb & Daniel Loflin (#701).

Supernatural - Season 7 - Set Photos

Taken yesterday September 14th  Looks like the boys were having some fun between takes!



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Source: SpoilerTV

Jim Beaver Talks Season Seven

At the CW Fall Premier Party Bash, Jim Beaver took the time to talk to Laura Purdom regarding Season seven of “Supernatural.”  He answers some questions regarding Bobby’s house and the rumors that the house is destroyed in one of the early episodes of the season.

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Jim Beaver

On Bobby's arc this season (and rumors of his house being destroyed): "I've done five of the first six episodes. There are changes involving Bobby's house, but not necessarily [destruction]. I was in Bobby's house set a couple of days ago, as a matter of fact. One thing I've learned, in life as well as on 'Supernatural,' is that whatever you expect, it'll be different."

On a potential love interest: "Bobby has a very nice time in episode 6, a better time than he's had in the previous episodes he's been in. I won't go so far as to commit to what it was, but I think the fans will love it -- I liked it a lot!"

On comparisons between season seven and 'Butch and Sundance': "The real 'Butch Cassidy' connection is that in that movie, they kept looking back at the bad guys chasing them going 'who are those guys?' and there's a lot of that, because Sam and Dean and Bobby are faced with something they've never seen before and their usual tools and tricks and weapons don't work so well. We picked up this show in season one with the boys knowing what they were after and what they were dealing with; now they're learning all over again. But we're fairly innovative fellas, so we find new ways and new things."

On Castiel's link to the new big bad: "Everything Cas did toward the end of the season is going to pay off in very specific ways with this new villainy. The big bad comes directly from what Cas was doing."

To read the the entire article,
click here.

Spoiler Update - September 13th


Kristin Dos Santos talked a little about the series in her new spoiler column in answer to a fan question.

Greg: Is there going to be a big bad on Supernatural this season? What is up with Castiel?There are going to be multiple big bads. Big old big bads. Aka leviathans. And Castiel is the one who accidentally releases them into the world. Translation: This is not good for Sam and Dean.

To read the complete article, 
click here.