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Supernatural: 10×23 ‘Brother’s Keeper’ captures

I’ve finally added the captures of Supernatural season 10’s final episode, if you haven’t watched it yet, wait till you do as it might contain major spoilers.

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Supernatural: 10×23 ‘Brother’s Keeper’ Trailer

Here’s the trailer of Supernatural season finale which will air next Wednesday, May 20st.

Supernatural 10×23 “Brother’s Keeper” (Season Finale) – Dean (Jensen Ackles) makes a shocking decision regarding the Mark of Cain that would change not only his life, but Sam’s (Jared Padaleck) too. Meanwhile, Crowley (Mark Sheppard) and Rowena (guest star Ruth Connell) face off and Castiel (Misha Collins) gets caught in the middle. Phil Sgriccia directed this episode written by Jeremy Carver (#1022). Original airdate 5/20/2015.

edit: I’ve updated the post with a longer clip.

Supernatural: 10×22 ‘The Prisoner’ stills

I’ve added some stills from Supernatural’s next week episode. Things are getting difficult for the Winchesters.

Synopsis Released for Supernatural Season Finale Episodes

Here’s a summary of the three upcoming and last episodes of Supernatural’s Season 10.

“Supernatural” Episode 10.22 – “Brother’s Keeper” (airs 5/20/15, 9PM)
SUPERNATURAL SEASON FINALE — Dean (Jensen Ackles) makes a shocking decision regarding the Mark of Cain that would change not only his life, but Sam’s (Jared Padalecki) too. Meanwhile, Crowley (Mark Sheppard) and Rowena (guest star Ruth Connell) face off, and Castiel (Misha Collins) gets caught in the middle. Phil Sgriccia directed this episode written by Jeremy Carver.

“Supernatural” Episode 10.21 – “The Prisoner” (airs 5/13/15, 9PM; repeats 5/20/15, 8PM)
DEAN IS ON A RAMPAGE — When it comes to the Stynes, Dean (Jensen Ackles) decides to take matters into his own hands. Sam (Jared Padalecki) tries to come to terms with his decision. Thomas J. Wright directed this episode written by Andrew Dabb.

“Supernatural” Episode 10.20 – “Dark Dynasty” (airs 5/6/15, 9PM)
THE WINCHESTERS MEET THE STYNES — Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) investigate a bizarre murder and realize the killer bears the same tattoo as those from the Styne family. Eldon Styne (guest star David Hoflin) attacks Dean, and a brutal fight ensues. Meanwhile, Castiel (Misha Collins) acts as referee when Charlie (guest star Felicia Day) and Rowena (guest star Ruth Connell) are forced to work together on the Book of the Damned. Crowley (Mark Sheppard) discovers his mother is missing and knows she’s up to something so he turns to an old enemy for help. Robert Singer directed this episode written by Eugenie Ross-Leming and Brad Buckner.

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Supernatural: 10×21 ‘Dark Dynasty’ preview

I’m capping right now last night’s Supernatural episode, in the meantime, take a look at what is to come…

Supernatural: 10×20 ‘Angel Heart’ preview

Still working on the updates I’ve missed this past week, including the captures of Supernatural’s ‘The Werther Project’ episode. In the meantime, take a look to what is to come in the upcoming SPN episode, things are getting interesting…

When Claire Novak (guest star Kathryn Love Newton) gets a lead on her mother, Amelia (guest star Leisha Hailey), who has been missing for years, Castiel (Misha Collins) asks Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) to help her. Castiel feels guilty for what he did to the Novak family and wants to make amends by reuniting Claire with her mom. However, when they find out what took Amelia, they realize there is a chance Claire may not get her happy ending.

Supernatural: 10×18 Second Spoiler Clip Released

New Supernatural season 10, episode 18 second spoiler clip released. Recently, CW dropped this new, 2nd sneak peek/spoiler clip (below) for their upcoming “Supernatural” episode 18 of season 10, and it looks pretty interesting as Charlie Bradbury is spotted back on the scene to help Dean and Sam decrypt the Book of The Dead, and more. The episode is called, “Book Of The Damned”

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Supernatural: season 10 finale spoilers – Actor teases ‘very traumatic’ episodes ahead; Will Dean kill Sam?

Supernatural season 10 finale is pegged to be more traumatic than that of season 9 where Dean transformed into the knight of hell.

The finale titled My Brother’s Keeper will air on 20 May on The CW.

Jared Padalecki while speaking at Seattle’s Salute to Supernatural, dished about filming the final episode of season 10.

“We are filming the final arc of season 10 right now and it’s one of those really intense final arcs, I mean it’s probably the most intense I can remember since like season five or something like that,” Padalecki said

“These final episodes are very traumatic,” he cautioned.

Production coordinator Jason Fischer also teased a surprising finale. “Just finished reading the finale. You thought you were on pins and needles last “Hellatus” …You haven’t seen anything yet ”
The present storyline in the show revolves around Dean’s condition getting worse, and Castiel and Sam going to great lengths to find a cure for the eldest Winchester.

Will Dean battle with the Mark of Cain that leads him down a murderous path?

We know that the only way the Winchester can be cured is by killing his own brother. As Cain himself revealed that his protégée is living his life in reverse. While Cain started his journey as a killer by murdering his brother Abel, Dean’s final step in his journey will be killing his brother.

Cain told his protégée that he will kill off Crowley first, then move on to murdering Castiel, with his brother becoming his last prey.

This possible plot could leave fans gasping as season 10 comes to a close.

Supernatural airs every Wednesday at 9pm on The CW.

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Supernatural: 10×01 Sneak Peak

Here’s a small teaser of what is to come next Tuesday. I’m trying to stay away from the possible spoilers, which means, I’m NOT watching these clips, jsut posting them – so if there’s no Dean on it, I’m sorry 😛

Supernatural: 10×01 & 10×02 synopsis

Here you have briefly what the first and seconds episode from Supernatural’s Season 10 are going to be about.

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DEAN IS LIVING IT UP AS A DEMON WHILE SAM HITS ROCK BOTTOM IN THE SEARCH FOR HIS BROTHER – Dean (Jensen Ackles) is a demon and running amuck with Crowley (Mark Sheppard) while Sam (Jared Padalecki) tries to figure out what happened to his brother. Meanwhile, Castiel (Misha Collins) is dealing with his diminishing grace. Robert Singer directed the episode written by Jeremy Carver (#1002). Original airdate 10/7/2014.

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CROWLEY TELLS DEAN THE MARK NEEDS TO BE FED — Crowley (Mark Sheppard) notices Dean (Jensen Ackles) is becoming more and more aggressive. Dean tells him that’s the side effect of being a demon, but Crowley knows it’s something more – the Mark of Cain needs to be fed. Meanwhile, Sam (Jared Padalecki) is captured by Cole (guest star Travis Aaron Wade), an angry man who blames Dean for his father’s death years ago and wants revenge. Cole tortures Sam, hoping he’ll tell him where Dean is hiding. Hannah (guest star Erica Carroll) sees how weak Castiel (Misha Collins) is becoming as his grace continues to fade, so she makes a bold choice and asks Metatron (guest star Curtis Armstrong) for help. Thomas J. Wright directed the episode written by Andrew Dabb (#1003). Original airdate 10/14/2014.

Supernatural season 10: Jensen Ackles describes ‘sad, scary’ demon Dean

Supernatural star Jensen Ackles has offered details about his approach to playing a demon in season 10.

Ackles’ character Dean Winchester became a demon in season 9 finale ‘Do You Believe in Miracles?’, and will remain so for at least the initial episodes of the upcoming season.

“It’s like the guy at the party who doesn’t want the party to be over,” Ackles explained backstage at Comic-Con. “He just keeps drinking and keeps making an ass of himself, and he doesn’t care that his friends have all left and the music’s died.

“It’s a little sad, and a little scary, because of what he’s capable of. Out of three days of filming last week, demon Dean had four fight sequences.”

Ackles went on to emphasise that he is playing Dean himself as a demon, rather than Dean being possessed by a demon, which means the transformation is different from what viewers may expect.

“It’s not even a darker side – I would say it’s a lighter side. Not a comedic side, but Dean last year was so guilt-ridden over Gadreel, and the fact that Sam didn’t want a brother relationship with him any more. The weight of the world was on his shoulders.

“Now, all of that’s gone, and he just doesn’t care. This is a Dean that’s so carefree it’s a little creepy.”

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Supernatural Season 9 Spoilers: A Jensen Ackles-Specific Episode Title

Ready for some more fun courtesy of “Supernatural” season 9? This show may take the cake for us when it comes to producing some of our favorite titles out there, and this new one definitely has to be put on the list somewhere.

In a new post on Twitter, show co-executive producer Jim Michaels revealed that the sixth episode of the season is going to be “Dog Dean Afternoon.” If anyone out there loves “Dog Day Afternoon,” we’re sure that they will appreciate this. It’s also a much better and far less crude name than “Doggie Style,” which was originally the rumored title for the show. Tim Andrews is the director for the hour, and his other “Supernatural” credits include “Southern Comfort” and “Of Grave Importance.”

There is no real word yet about what this episode’s story could contain, but we are personally hoping for something where Dean morphs into a dog and gets to go on a “Call of the Wild” sort of adventure to see how this world looks from the eyes of one of these creatures. What makes “Supernatural” so fun the majority of the time is that it really never feels as though anything is ever out of the realm of possibility, whether it be transformations, talking animals, werewolves, or a a “Planet of the Apes” sort of situation where the pets start to decide that they are the masters. (We’d love to see that, personally.)

In case you’ve been out of the loop for some time, the show returns on Tuesday, October 8 with an episode entitled “I Think I’m Gonna Like It Here,” and the continues into “Devil May Care” the following week.

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