Theo Devaney first appeared on Supernatural in Season 9, as Gavin MacLeod, Crowley’s son. It’s easy to see why Theo was cast as Gavin – not only does he have the lovely accent, his acting in "King of the Damned" showcased Gavin perfectly
Although Bola Omadara’s role was small -- he plays an unnamed angel in Supernatural’s Family Feud – it was a milestone for him, as it was his first speaking role. According to IMDB, he will also appear in an upcoming episode of Legends of Tomorrow
Supernatural’s alpha vampire is probably the ultimate monster. Played by Rick Worthy, the alpha vamp has been around, well, since the beginning of time … and Rick plays him perfectly.
I was fascinated by Ramiel on the recent Supernatural episode ‘Stuck In The Middle With You’ – in just one episode, actor Jerry Trimble, along with director Richard Speight Jr. and writer Davy Perez, created a memorable character
A rather interesting episode of Supernatural is coming up and could probably have big implications for Castiel, Sam and Dean and even Garth.
Last week’s episode of Supernatural had something that never fails to make me a very happy fan indeed: The Winchesters listening to each other and trusting each other and telling each other the truth. THANK YOU, SHOW!
Things are not yet well in heaven and in hell with Supernatural. Leaderless, without God and with the threat of a powerful Nephilim, the angels turn to an unlikely leader while below, the demons still don’t like Crowley’s leadership
From The 100 to Prison Break to Supernatural, Tasya Teles resume is wide-ranging – and lengthy. A Canadian from Toronto, Tasya is most well known as Echo from The 100. She has also appeared in iZombie, Witches of East End
This episode of Supernatural was entertaining; it had its heart-wrenching moments, its laughs, and some good old-fashioned vampire beheading. It was very nice to be reminded how Supernatural started
Maybe it’s something about being in Season 12, but Supernatural has been pretty fearless this season about being controversial. Last week’s episode, written by Robert Berens, continued this season’s tradition of pushing boundaries