Sera Gamble, show-runner (The Magicians, You)  writer, and producer (Supernatural)  has been hosting 'Writing Q and A with Sera Gamble' on her YouTube channel bringing in writers to talk the TV business and give advice to budding writers. This last week, Sera had none other than Erik Kripke,creator of Supernatural and more recently, The Boys. 

Kripke and Gamble talked about what is is like being in the writers room, creating characters and stories, as well as how to write different genres. Kripke tells us some of the challenges of being a show-runner, writer, and creator of a TV series but also how to stay true to yourself as a writer when ideas seem to be running low. He shares how he revisits favorite movies, comics, books, and genres to rejuvenate the writing process. 

Have a watch!  
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Chad Lindberg has teamed up with Build a Brick to bring two characters to life: Jesse from Fast and the Furious, and Ash aka Dr Badass from Supernatural. 

Build a Brick is home to the original custom retro mini-figure collector display cases for TV and movies and many fandoms are represented including Star Wars, Marvel, DC Comics, Star Trek, and so many more. Keep an eye on their website for the release date for Dr Badass!

Join Tahmoh Penikett, known as the Angel Gadreel (posing as Ezekiel ) in Season 9 of Supernatural, for a Wizard World Virtual Experience on July 14th at 10:00 AM - 11:00 AM PDT. 

Tahmoh Penikett is also known for his roles in Battlestar Galactica, Smallville, and more recently the TV series, Medinah. He'll be joined by fellow cast members from Battlestar Galactica, Aaron Douglas, and Sam Witwer.

This is a unique, (and free) Q&A Live Virtual Interaction with fans, watched through live streaming on the following links Wizard World Virtual Twitch channel, Facebook Live, and YouTube

If any of the previous Wizard World Virtual experiences is anything to go by, get ready for a fun, once in a lifetime, experience. For tickets and more information, go to the virtual Wizard World Vault.

Alexander Calvert was born on 15 July 1990 in Vancouver, Canada. He plays the lovable, quirky, sometimes naive Nephilim "Jack Cline" on Supernatural.
To celebrate his birthday this year, Alex has decided to hold a a virtual fundraiser! Our friends at Creation Entertainments Virtual Fan Experience helped arrange the charitable event, with tickets priced at $99. Proceeds will go to The Trevor Project , an organization that provides crisis intervention and suicide prevention services to LGBTQ+ youth, and Black Lives Matter charities. Fans will have an exclusive 4-minute 1-on-1 virtual chat with Alex. There are fifty spaces available.

Enjoy chatting with Alex and raising money for charity but don't wait because spots are limited! Since Ruth Connell's meet and greet has already been SOLD OUT do not dilly dally! Tickets are available here.

For more exciting news don't forget to check out Supernatural Weekly World News!
Creation Entertainment is running virtual convention experiences over the summer as so many conventions have been postponed during the COVID19 outbreak.

The next one is July 18 with our favorite witch, Ruth Connell. Tickets went on sale last week and are already sold out!  Ruth Connell will be joined by ten lucky fans for a meet and greet from 11:00 to 11:45 PDT. Later that afternoon, thirteen people will take part in 'Ruth's Invocation Witching Hour'. Ruth is talking to fans about her career, experiences, and what life is like as an actor. We expect the passing out of virtual hotel toiletries, macaroons, treats, with a dose of magic to those fortunate to visit with our witch at the witching hour.

Enjoy the conversation and magic with Ruth Connell!  

For updates to the Supernatural conventions and events, check out our calendar.
Supernatural writer, Davy Perez, announced the arrival of baby Perez on July 4.

Perez joined the writing team of Supernatural in season twelve, and became producer in season fourteen. We are delighted for the Perez family and many congratulations!

And they’re back!  Fans of the hit series, The Boys, have been getting teasers all week - like Easter eggs with Jim Beaver (Supernatural), sweary bits, bloopers, and superheroes being, well, less than super.  Well, the wait is over!  The season 2 teaser trailer hit social media on Wednesday and we cannot wait to see what the Supes get up to.  

The Boys  is created by Erik Kripke and tells the story of a group of f*ing vigilantes, led by Karl Urban as Billy Butcher, set out to oust corrupt and not-so-super superheroes, especially those who abuse their powers, like Homelander (played by Antony Starr). The series is based on the comic books by Garth Ennis and Darick Robertson.

Season two is available on Amazon TV from September 4. Keep up with all the upcoming shenanigans of The Boys  on Twitter.
Jensen, a beer and an earthquake!
The CW published its schedule for January 2021.
8 PM: Batwoman
9 PM: Charmed (new time slot)

8 PM: All American
9 PM: Black Lightning

8 PM: The Flash
9 PM: Superman & Lois (new drama)

8 PM: Riverdale
9 PM: Nancy Drew

8 PM: Walker (new drama)
9 PM: Legacies

8 PM: Penn & Teller: Fool Us (new time slot)
9 PM: Whose Line Is It Anyway? (new time slot)
9:30 PM: Whose Line Is It Anyway? encores

S16 Fall 2020 Schedule

They also shared the new "season 16" (or 15 part 2) promotional pic: