First things first. Two weeks ago today, Jensen, Jared and Misha announced that Supernatural would be ending after season 15. I’ve been in various states of denial and grief since then. I knew it would happen someday but I sincerely thought we had more time – maybe another 2 years. There’s so much I want to share with you about this, especially since I’ve spent most of the past two weeks immersed in Supernatural at two cons with its writers, actors and fans. For now, suffice it to say that I was already emotionally spent when I tuned into “Game Night”. That made its shocking ending all the more devastating.
I’m numb. Many wonderful things happened in “Game Night”. Jack sent Lucifer back to the Empty, sparing the world, and us, from another Lucifer tirade. Nick finally and definitively got what he deserved. Dean and Sam had a heart rending near-death scene. Yet the only thing that I can think about is what happened in the last second of the show. Did Jack really just kill Mary? I believe I have hit my limit for the amount of grief and sadness I can take in from this show. It was left as a cliffhanger, but the implication was that our precious Nephilim, who doesn’t quite have control over his powers, just accidentally obliterated Mary from existence.
THEN: Jack inhaling grace and saying, “I’m me again.” Anael healing people for money and talking with Lucifer. Nick killing his neighbor, talking with Sam, and Sam saying, “You can burn.” Nick escaping custody and rejecting his wife. Donatello. Jack promising not to use his powers without telling the Winchesters.
NOW: A man in a cozy sweater is making cookies and humming. It’s Donatello in a pleasant kitchen, singing, “Raindrops keep fallin’ on my head.” He even picks up a few balls of dough and juggles them just as he’s interrupted by the ringing doorbell. He heads toward the door, telling the visitor to hold their haystacks, opening the door to reveal a figure in a dark coat that lunges toward him. Strong hands tie ropes, leaving Donatello securely tied on his back on his kitchen table. His assailant plunges a silver syringe into his neck. He begins to scream.
We have so much talent in the Supernatural fandom! Fans draw works of art, edit photos and make videos, write fanfics, create costumes or props, craft jewelry, and much more. It’s time to showcase some of the #SPNFamily’s talent and ask the people behind the creations some questions!
Today I'd like you to meet Rianna Melton. We started talking about the"road map" project but soon found out more interesting things! Of course, I will share them with you. A little hint: it's about a car from Supernatural and duct tape art!
What day is better than April Fools Day for a little bit from our Archangel Gabriel also know as Loki and The Trickster?
Kidnapped at birth and raised in secrecy by the Church, Lilith is the most powerful exorcist in known existence. Unbeknownst to humanity and to Lilith herself, is Lucifer's grand plan of creating an eternal hell on earth. The only thing standing in his way is his own daughter, who has forsaken her royal lineage to fight for humanity one epic battle at a time. (IMDB)
This is the story behind the new series Demon X. Created, written and co-directed by Supernatural's Production Coordinator, Jason Fischer, Demon X was released on January 21, 2019 by Jason's production company, Frostbite Pictures.
In Part 1 of this interview, Jason talked about the creation, casting, filming and future of DemonX. In Part 2, three of Demon X's lead actors, Cassandra Ebner, Patrick Gerber and J Douglas Stewart, talk about their characters, working on the series and their long history with Supernatural!
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