Monday, October 5, 2009


It’s no surprise, but The Vampire Diaries is a strong lead-in for Supernatural. The first week ratings for SPN showed great growth according to Entertainment Weekly. “Supernatural grew 35 percent in women 18-34 (1.5 vs. 2.0) and 38 percent (2.9 million vs. 4 million) in total viewers.”

Friday the 13th, Part 2 has been slated for an August 13, 2010 release. No word yet on whether Jared’s on board, but I think it’s a given (MUST)…even if he doesn’t last long.

We want to give an appreciative nod to AfterElton for this hysterical Facebook recap of The End. Check it out here.

Misha filmed a TV movie over the summer called Stonehenge Apocalypse.

When a group of archaeologists dig up a human skeleton near the historical monument of STONEHENGE, an ancient piece of machinery hidden beneath the bedrock is discovered. Not knowing what it could be the workers accidentally trigger the mechanism and start a chain of events that may very well end the world as we know it.

No release date yet, but as soon as we know the right bat time and bat channel, we’ll let you know.

MINOR SPOILER: Ever wondered what SPN would look like as a sitcom? According to Ausiello at TV Guide we’re going to find out! “You’ll find out in episode 8. Laugh track and all.” The episode is called "Are You There God. It's me, Sam Winchester."

Over on The CW Source: The ultimate unofficial SOURCE for news and gossip about The CW they’ve announced the winners of the Sourcies Awards. Supernatural slayed the competition, sweeping 18 awards! Here they are:

“Sam and Dean dominated Best Friends Forever Moment, Best Fight, Most Heartbreaking Moment and Most Dramatic Meltdown. Bobby Singer took Best Recurring Character and The Voice of Wisdom Award (although he only just squeaked by over Haley for that one.) Ruby got some recognition -- although most of it was bad. You awarded her and Sam the Most Unexpected Hookup title, crowned her hte queen of the I Love To Hate You Award, and reveled in her death in the Best Finally! It's About Time! Moment. Castiel dominated the Best Newcomer category, and Alastair took the Best Villain honors. The boys got some individual awards as well: You celebrated Sam's silky locks in the Best Hair category, and marveled at how far he fell in the Biggest WTF? Moment. Dean got recognition with the Best Kiss (lucky Anna!), and you declared his reaction to the fluffy little kitty the Funniest Moment. The show as a whole took Best Special Episode, Biggest Family Drama and Best Cliffhanger.”

Finally, we’ll leave you with a couple snapshots and a teaser trailer for this week’s Fallen Idol episode which bring Paris Hilton to SPN. For those of you who are worried Kripke says, “It’s a fun, irreverent episode about modern celebrity. [Fans] should withhold judgment until they see it.” I, for one, am looking forward to a light episode and if they kill her I'll be really happy.


Natalie J. Damschroder said...

Thanks for the info, Terri! The Misha movie news puts his Twittering in a whole knew light. LOL

I just want to clarify that the increase in ratings was from regular ratings to the same episode, with the addition of the 7-day DVR ratings. Which means a LOT of people watch Supernatural on DVR. :) I wonder if they count multiple DVR viewings in the same household, 'cuz between me, my husband, and my daughter, the premiere has been viewed at least 7 times. LOL

Anonymous said...

I hope Misha's movie comes out soon. And I'm dying to hear if Jared will be in the Friday the 13th sequel.

Trish Milburn said...

I'm looking forward to a lighter episode too, something that I imagine is sort of hard to fit in during the apocalypse. :)