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Supernatural in the news this week.
 
Catching Up with Current and Former Cast Members
 
Interviews
 
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 Misha Collins spoke with Andrew Yang
 
 
 Carol Hansen from Changing Channels interviewed Jovanna Burke, who played "Bloody Mary" in Supernatural episodes 1.05, 14.20 and 15.01.
 
 
Jake Abel (Adam Milligan/Michael) made a remarkable video of his quarantine called "Jake and Quarantine". Later, he answered questions about creating the quarantine video.
 
 
 
 Adam Ferrara interviewed Jim Beaver (Bobby Singer). Thanks to SpnUK for the heads up.
 
 
 
Other Projects
 
 Jason Manns is raising money for his new project, The Heist.
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The Heist will be a live music venue inspired by my favorite small venues around the country, Eddie's Attic (ATL), Rockwood Music Hall (NYC), The Hotel Cafe (LA), The Evening Muse (Charlotte). Bowling Green is a small town, so this intimate venue will be the perfect size for the surroundings, 75-100 person capacity, it will have live streaming capabilities so that anyone can watch the shows from anywhere on earth, and it will also have a recording studio.(so I can finish my latest album!!) There is room to grow as well, so the plan is start small and do it right, but who knows what the future could hold! 
 
 Jared Padalecki promoted Genevieve Padalecki's new line of clothes.
 
 
 See Alaina Huffman (Abaddon) talk about her new series Sentinels.
 
 
 
Congratulations to Amanda Tapping (Naormi) on her new job on Motherland: Fort Salem
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Jake Abel (Adam/Michael) talked with Audiophile Blog about his audio book reading of Midnight Sun.
 
Kathryn Newton's (Claire Novak) series The Society has become a victim of COVID-19
 
 
 
Rick Springfield (Lucifer/Vince Vincente) is featured in Coheed & Cambria's sequel to 'Jessie's Girl'.
 
 
 
Charity
 
 
Samantha Smith (Mary Winchester) has a new campaign for Breast Cancer Awareness at Stands, as she herself battles the disease. 
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Shoshanna Stern's (Eileen Leahy) role in Grey's Anatomy is helping raise money for Deaf Women of Color.
 
 
 
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