I came into this season’s premiere of "Supernatural" a little wary – the end of Season 11 brought with it a lot of changes to the show, including the departure of showrunner Jeremy Carver, some of my favorite writers
Amber Benson will be best remembered as Tara, the role that broke many television boundaries on Buffy, the Vampire Slayer, but the actress has not let that role define her acting career or any of her others.
Last week I was bowled over by the return of Supernatural, with a season premiere that kicked ass in so many ways. That’s always a dangerous place to be for the next episode, so I really should have tried to rein
Actor and political activist Mark Pellegrino talks in-depth on 'Supernatural', Lucifer, Attitudes In Reverse and the American Capitalist Party, which he co-founded.
Fun fact about Adam Fergus – he’s Irish; and he’s got an accent to match. He also plays Mick, the mysterious Supernatural Man of Letters – English chapter – who comes to the States to reel in the leash of Lady Toni.
While we've been covering the show "Supernatural" for some time now, we've seen that there's a growing minority within the #SPNFamily that have taken to cyberbullying, and here's a wonderful response to this issue.
While many know that CW's "Supernatural" is a work of fiction, the fights that occur within the SPN fandom community can lead many to believe that some think that the show and actors are actually the characters they portray. Here's how to tell everyone apart.
Osric Chau is one of the most beloved actors on Supernatural – on the screen, and at conventions. He plays Kevin Tran, a prophet of the Lord, and starting in season 7 – through all of Osric’s 16 episodes and over four seasons
While Supernatural's spin-off Wayward Sisters is already being praised in the media, there are some opinions that aren't nearly as excited and breakdown the reasons why.
Next week Rob Benedict and Richard Speight Jr. premiere their new web series, Kings of Con, on ComicConHQ! Both Rob and Rich play fictionalized versions of themselves, and if the trailer is any indication, it’s going to be hilarious