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PostSubject: Season 5 News   November 23rd 2009, 14:18


CW sets 'Supernatural' Thursdays

May 20, 2009, 01:52 PM ET


Net pairs 'Vampire Diaries' with sci-fi series

The CW may be the latest network to make a bold move on Thursday.

After days of rumblings, the CW is said to have settled on launching the hot new drama "Vampire Diaries" Thursday 8 p.m., paired with "Supernatural." "Vampire Diaries" would replace the staple in the time slot, departing veteran "Smallville," whose final ninth season would air on Friday, probably at 8 p.m.

The network is set to unveil its fall schedule Thursday in New York.

"Vampire Diaries," about a girl in a love triangle with two vampire brothers, is envisioned as a new tentpole series for Thursday night where the network already has built-in sci-fi audience with "Smallville" and "Supernatural."

Meanwhile, "Melrose Place" will almost certainly be paired with "90210," repeating the launch pattern for the original "Melrose Place," which followed "Beverly Hills, 90210" on Fox in fall 1992.

With its setting -- a co-ed residence of young models -- new drama "Beautiful Life" is a perfect scripted companion for "America's Next Top Model" and is expected to launch after the hit reality series on Wednesday.

CW's solidly-rated Monday lineup of "Gossip Girl" and "One Tree Hill" is expected to stay intact.

All major networks are taking swings on Thursday night, the most lucrative night on television.

Fox and CBS are moving promising freshmen "Fringe" and "The Mentalist" to Thursday at 9 p.m. and 10 p.m., respectively.

ABC is slotting newcomer "Flash Forward" at 8 p.m. where the show based on a sci-fi novel may have some audience overlap with "Vampire Diaries."

And, after several weeks of "SNL" specials, NBC will put freshman comedy "Community" in the 8-8:30 p.m. half-hour on Thursday.

As for CW's new crop of shows, the network should have no problem promoting them.

"Vampire Diaries" is based on an established book franchise and will certainly tap into the "Twilight" phenomenon.

Meanwhile, both "Melrose" and "Life" have popular stars -- Mischa Barton and Elle MacPherson ("Life") and Ashlee Simpson-Wentz ("Melrose") -- to help hype the shows.

And "Life" is exec produced by Twitter king Ashton Kutcher, who can talk up the series to his more than 1 million followers.


Rumored CW schedule:

Monday
8 p.m. "Gossip Girl"
9 p.m. "One Tree Hill"

Tuesday
8 p.m. "90210"
9 p.m. "Melrose Place"

Wednesday
8 p.m. "America's Next Top Model"
9 p.m. "Beautiful Life"

Thursday
8 p.m. "Vampire Diaries"
9 p.m. "Supernatural"

Friday
8 p.m. "Smallville"



Quelle: Hollywoodreporter.com

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PostSubject: Re: Season 5 News   November 23rd 2009, 14:19


Will Sam and Dean Save the World in Season Five?

Thu., Jun. 11, 2009 4:46 PM PDT by Natalie Abrams and Jennifer Godwin


Sam's a blood-sucking fiend, Lucifer walks the earth and all hell is literally breaking loose. That's the situation the Winchester brothers (and their friend Bobby) will face when Supernatural returns to the CW for season five this fall. Can the world be saved, and more importantly, will the boys survive with their skins (and their relationship) intact?

We just caught up with Jensen Ackles (that's Dean himself, duh) at the Paley Center's Sixth Annual Celebrity Golf Classic and got him to answer these very questions. Read on for the scoop on Sam and Dean's role in the Apocalypse and the latest on those season-six rumors...

Jensen tells us that he imagines the boys have a crucial, but not necessarily pivotal, role to play in the war between heaven and hell. (Think of Jim Beaver's Bobby and the Winchesters more as lieutenants and corporals than generals or field marshals.)

Jensen says he's always wondered, "Are Dean and Sam (Jared Padalecki) really that important that they're going to be the focal point of this apocalypse? Or are they just going to be caught in the crossfire, trying to use whatever they can to help fight for the good? I think it's going to be more of this big, gigantic thing going on and we're stuck in the middle. I don't think we're necessarily going to be the focal point of anybody's hunt. We're going to lend whatever help we can to Castiel (Misha Collins) and the angels to do their job. But what that is, I don't know."

As for poor Sam (by which, of course, we mean incredibly well-muscled, badass and awesome Sam), Jensen says that Sam's blood-addiction will remain an issue next season: "The demon stuff is still coursing through his veins, and he's got that to deal with. The season finale ended with the big, giant realization that he was being duped into becoming what he didn't want to be. So now he's got to deal with that and try to get back to neutral."

Regarding a possible sixth season, Jensen clarified the swirling rumors a bit. He tells us, "That started over in England. Jared and I were over there doing a convention. Everything was being lined up that this was the final season. We basically just said that our contracts were for six years—whether they use us for the six years is completely up to them. As it looks right now, it won't [happen]. It's like, if there is, we're going to be a part of it. I guess the studio's fine with it. I think it's just the network, you know? It's their call."

Principal photography on season five begins July 2.




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PostSubject: Re: Season 5 News   November 23rd 2009, 14:19


Supernatural's Lucifer is rising star

By David Bentley on Jun 27




THE CW NETWORK has confirmed that Lucifer will indeed take a very human form on its flagship show Supernatural, with the casting of Lost and Dexter's Mark Pellegrino.

In a role that is described as 'recurring', Pellegrino will no doubt be at the centre of some juicy storylines as his entry was so dramatically set up in the Season Four finale.

The 44-year-old actor has a history of playing characters only previously recognised as an unknown malevolent presence.

He was recently unmasked as the enigmatic Jacob in Lost, the leader of the 'Others'. He has also starred in several episodes of the CBS serial killer drama Dexter as an abusive husband, dying in a prison fight at the beginning of Season Two of the show.

Neither The CW, nor ABC which produces Lost, has commented on what his Supernatural involvement will mean for the Jacob storyline on Lost.

However as the role in both shows is recurring but not necessarily screen-time heavy, it may be possible for him to squeeze both in. A weekly commute between Vancouver and Hawaii? We can think of worse things.

With filming on the new season due to start next week, new cast members are popping up all over the place.

It was confirmed earlier in the week that Sam Winchester's ill-fated girlfriend, Jessica Moore, was due to return for one episode early on in the run and rumours abound that the prophet Chuck will also be back.

There is a suggestion that producers are looking for a recurring guest female going by the name of Meg. Could this be the same Meg that we saw Sam finally vanquish in Salvation?

If so, does the casting call mean we won't see Nicki Aycox reprise the role?

Supernatural Season Five starts its run in the US on September 10 with no air date confirmed as yet from ITV2.

As ever, Supernatural revelations bring as many questions as answers...



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PostSubject: Re: Season 5 News   November 23rd 2009, 14:21

JaneDoe wrote:

Brian Truitt, who is into TV Business posted in his Twitter some spoilers that he got from the creator Eric Kripke.

Here what he posted:


Kripke's definitely planning a sixth season of #Supernatural. And he doesn't see it without Sam and Dean.
How does he top the apocalypse in season 6? He doesn't. "If you go big, then you go intimate." Possibly something stripped down like S1. (Of course, S6 is still VERY much in planning stages. Nothing's for sure yet.)
He wouldn't mind getting Jeffrey Dean Morgan back on #Supernatural, but Morgan's a bit busy. "He's a big-time movie star now!"
Amulet pays off later in the season. Lack of Dean's ring doesn't factor too much in with the end of the world.
Castiel right now doesn't factor into angel hierarchy. He's a fallen angel now, just like Lucifer.
Kripke has taken a lot of effort in balancing the meta "fandom" humor, but he's scaling back the rest of the season.
Oh, and God will be definitely appearing, probably near or in the season finale.
The boys will see in Heaven this season. "Heaven looks a lot like Vancouver," Kripke jokes.
Rest of the Four Horsemen are coming. Kripke is particularly proud of Famine and there's a very cool take on the character.


With network shows going on hiatus till the new year, the holiday season is a ripe time to watch series that you haven’t caught up on yet or have missed entirely. Our Brian Truitt thinks the one show you should be watching if you’re not already is Supernatural, the CW horror drama starring Jared Padalecki (pictured, on left) and Jensen Ackles as a pair of demon-hunting brothers currently trying to stop Lucifer and the Apocalypse in the show’s fifth season. If you want to check out the DVDs over your holiday break, Brian says the past four seasons are as witty, emotional and well-written as this year, which has taken the show’s mythology to a whole new level. Yesterday, Brian talked with Supernatural creator Eric Kripke, and while we’ll have more from the interview online and on my Who’s News page around when the show returns Jan. 21, the two talked a little about the biblical goings-on that has made this season of Supernatural a must-see.
Photo courtesy of the CW

When Supernatural first began on the WB in 2005, the story was simple: Dean Winchester (Ackles) recruits his little brother Sam (Padalecki) back into the family business of monster-busting in order to find their missing dad (Jeffrey Dean Morgan). At that time, Kripke had mapped out his grand, five-season plan that would feature Dean getting sent to hell, Sam flirting with his demonic dark side, Lucifer appearing on Earth and the Apocalypse starting. But a funny thing happened on the way to the end of the world: the heavenly host. “I had a rule as late as season three where I said I didn’t want angels on this show because I didn’t want to do the Michael Landon Highway to Heaven thing,” Kripke says. But while puttering around his house one day, it hit him that angels might be a good idea after all. “Old Testament angels, like warrior angels who smite and angels who destroy cities: That could be a whole new real estate that we hadn’t explored yet,” he recalls. “Star Wars had that amazing off-camera scope, where you had this massive empire and this massive rebellion, but the story is about a farm boy, a princess and a pirate. The angels and demons gave us this massive off-camera scope that Sam and Dean didn’t always have be so closely involved with. It really threw the whole world into focus for us.”

And it led to what’s become the big theme of this season. God has essentially gone missing from heaven, the angels are kind of a corrupt bunch, and the archangel Michael has chosen Dean to be his "weapon" against the fallen angel Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino), who wants Sam to be his vessel on Earth in this biblical face-off. “Once we started looking at the Lucifer/Michael story and realizing it’s a story about a loyal big brother and a disobedient little brother and their father and their relationship with him, we realized how closely it mirrored Sam and Dean’s story and that this is of course where everything had to culminate,” Kripke says. “This has always been a show that was primarily about family, and the thematics were always different aspects of family relationships: Do you obey your father or do you rebel? How much do you trust your brother? What’s more important, your family or your own personal ambition? We have this attitude that angels, demons, afterlife and the supernatural, it’s all just static, and that what’s really important is taking care of each other and taking care of your brothers, whoever they may be.”

Last night’s episode, the final one of 2009, featured Lucifer facing off against Sam, Dean and the good fallen angel, Castiel (Misha Collins), as Lucifer summoned the second of his Four Horsemen, Death. War was introduced earlier, and Kripke says that while Pestilence shows up near the end of the season, we’ll meet Famine in a February episode. “When you’re under the effects of Famine, you’re not necessarily hungry for food. You’re hungry for whatever that thing is you’re starving for, be it alcohol or attention or love or sex or Twinkies or heroine or gambling. We found a way to create a really quirky and disturbing and provocative episode because everyone at the end of the day is starving for something, and Famine brings that out.” Also, Michael will finally make his appearance in an episode where Sam and Dean go back and see their mom and dad as newlyweds. Michael’s “the one who kicked Lucifer’s ass the first time and is now gearing up for the rematch,” Kripke says. And the boys will visit heaven for the first time. “In case anyone wanted to know, heaven looks a lot like Vancouver,” Kripke quips. “At least we’ve been able to answer that question.”

And yes, God will definitely be appearing, Kripke reveals, probably in the season finale. “One of the storylines this season is about searching for God, and we want to answer that in our own way.” He says that that’s a tough casting call and chuckles at the suggestion of Christopher Walken maybe playing his Big Man Upstairs. “We’re just trying to figure out God’s motivation, and I tell you, that’s a weird place to be when you’re like, ‘So what’s God’s feeling in this scene?’ We’re talking about what should He be like as a character and what should His world view be. It’s like, when God talks, people listen. Whatever message He delivers, it’s going to be the message of the show.”



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