Jeremy Carver talked to IMDB and Teases Major Character Arcs.
The Winchester brothers are on the road again. But what a mess they find themselves in. Castiel is possessed by Lucifer, and Amara – the biggest evil the series has seen – is still unleashed. “Obviously, we have everybody in quite a predicament. So, I think I'm excited to see how the boys are going to deal with facing the darkness while, at the same time, once they realize it, figuring out how to deal with how Castiel is possessed by Lucifer,” executive producer Jeremy Carver tells IMDb.
In addition to the season’s overreaching arc, Carver promises some fun stand-alone episodes in the back half of Season 11, as well as certain character combinations the showrunner is so excited about that he refuses to even tease them. “It never gets tiresome writing the journeys of these two boys. I'll call them men now. They’ve earned that,” he laughs. “We got very lucky with the premise of this show in that it allows us to constantly reinvent ourselves. By way of example, we have an episode modeled after Das Boot and another episode coming up that's delving into the world of small-town professional wrestling. Between the horror and the giggles, it just seems like there are endless places to go.”
For more immediate spoilers, here's the new trailer.
Something is ripping out people's hearts. As Dean puts it, an ironic werewolf. It's implied it's not a werewolf. What kind of monster could this be? As to Jeremy Carver's teasers, how do you think Sam and Dean will diverge in their opinions on how to handle Amara and Lucifer? Will Dean tell Sam about the depth of his bond with Amara? What do you think we will find out about Cas's motives for saying yes to Lucifer? Does Amara want more than to find her brother and end the world? Share your thoughts in the comments below and in the discussion threads for episode 13 or the general spoiler/rumor discussion thread.