Support Supernatural has released the outcome of their 2010 fundraiser for A Dog's Life. I want to personally issue a big congratulations to Lindsay and Heather for all their work and reaching their goal. Fans managed to come through in the end and I'm so happy for them and A Dog's Life. Everybody Wins! Below is the press release.
I just got word from a producer over at MTV that Supernatural will be featured on their show "10 on Top"!
"10 on Top" is a weekly countdown series that features the 10 hottest young stars each week. On December 11th (Saturday) they are featuring Supernatural. There will be an interview with Jensen Ackles in which he talks about fun stuff for the season and what it's like working with Jared. The show airs Saturday morning at 11:30 am.
Get the DVR's ready!!! No doubt this will require multiple viewings.
ETA: I was told this show does not repeat, so make sure you see it when it airs!
It has come to my attention that TODAY is the last day to vote for Supernatural for a People's Choice Award. Just like last year when Supernatural became the first show to win in this category, Supernatural is nominated in the Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy show category.
There are two ways to vote. First, go to the People's Choice Website and select the Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy category. The second way is the one I've been using for the last few weeks because it's so quick and easy. Go to Twitter and tweet the following:
You did it fans! You did it!!! For the first time ever, Supernatural will be on the cover of TV Guide! The boys will be on the cover in next week's December 13th issue.
Announced just this morning, "Supernatural" edged out "Chuck" in a very close vote for the prestigious spot on the weekly magazine. The opportunity was part of an online voting contest in which TV Guide asked readers for the first time in their 58 year history to choose the cover. The choices were between "Bones," "Castle," "Chuck," "How I Met Your Mother," "Smallville," and "Supernatural."
Itâ€™s no secret we here at The Winchester Family Business have been big supporters of Support Supernatural's ongoing fundraising efforts for A Dog's Life Rescue in Los Angeles. Well, this is it. Their fundraiser officially closes at the end of this month. Lindsay and Heather have been working tirelessly for two years now to help the animals and what theyâ€™ve done has managed to make a big difference in the lives of several.
Supernatural for the second year in a row has been nominated for a People's Choice Award in the Favorite Sci-fi/Fantasy Show category! If you recall, Supernatural won last year, the first award given in that category. Also nominated in the Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy category this year are Fringe, Smallville, True Blood, and The Vampire Diaries. More info on the People's Choice Award Nominees can be found here:
The CW finally released yesterday the pictures that we've seen popping up here and there, most recently with the TV Guide cover contest. Although, the one with the snake around Sam and halo on Dean is a new one on me! I've seen a few variations of these photos but here are the four best. Enjoy!
Yes, it helped that last night was the big milestone 200th episode for Smallville and baseball was on TBS, but The CW had a really big night. The CW four weeks in is actually making a name for itself on Friday night and it has the power combo of Smallville and Supernatural to thank. Here's the impressive rundown of last night's results:
- Smallville took FIRST PLACE in its time slot in the 18-49 demo (1.3) and the 18-34 demo. It had 3.2 million viewers too, enough for 3rd place. That's TOTAL viewers. Taking anything above 5th in viewers is a major feat for The CW.
- Supernatural tied for 2nd place in its time slot in the 18-49 demo (1.2) and took first place in the 18-34 demo. It had 2.8 million viewers, which was enough for 4th place! It actually beat Fox's new scripted show The Good Guys by half a million viewers. Again, it's never finished above 5th.
- The CW took 2nd place for the night in the 18-49 demo and first place in the 18-34 demo.
Congratulations to Smallville on reaching 200 episodes! It's great to see that after all this time, the fans are still invested. Congratulations to Supernatural too. That's quite a rookie director you've got there. I hope you'll have him back. :)