It’s still Sam, Dean, Castiel, and, uh, Osric Chau as Kevin Tran. It should be the other way around. Kevin Tran as Osric Chau. Know what I mean? Anyways, and of course, Mark Sheppard as Crowley. You gotta have Crowley. It wouldn’t be SUPERNATURAL without the untrustworthy demon.
Promo images and preview clips for THE L.A. COMPLEX, episode 2.09, “Help Wanted”.
First amusing TV spot for SUPERNATURAL Season 8, returning to the airwaves October 8th, featuring Jared Padalecki (Sam) and Jensen Ackles (Dean) watching a video of … a promo for SUPERNATURAL Season. It’s SUPERNATURAL, it’s all about the meta, even the promos!
A preview of the upcoming fourth season for the CW’s THE VAMPIRE DIARIES, focusing on heroine Elena Gilbert’s new, er, status on the show. THE VAMPIRE DIARIES Season 4 returns October 11th.
Katie Cassidy, who plays Laurel Lance on the CW’s ARROW, talks about her character and her complex relationship with the show’s vigilante superhero Arrow, played by Stephen Amell.
Promo images and preview clips for the CW’s reboot of BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, episode 1.01, “Pilot”. The show premieres on October 11, 2012.
Check out a pair of new posters for the CW’s upcoming new superhero show ARROW, starring Stephen Amell, and BEAUTY AND THE BEAST, starring Kristin Kreuk. ARROW makes its debut on October 10, 2012. That’s quite, uh, an interesting idea for a poster. A tad more, um, gritty than I had expected.
Promo images and preview clips for HART OF DIXIE, episode 1.11, “Hell’s Belles”.
Promo images and preview clips for ARROW, episode 1.01, “Pilot”. The pilot episode premieres October 10, 2012 on the CW network.
Four new promo images for the Season 1 of the CW’s new superhero show ARROW, featuring its star Stephen Amell.
Promo images and preview clips for NIKITA, episode 2.08, “London Calling”.
Promo images and preview clips for NIKITA, episode 2.07, “Clawback”.
This may be tagged as a Season 3 sizzle real for NIKITA, but it’s really just a wrap-up of the previous two seasons. I’m really curious to see where they go from here, though. It sure feels like they’ve written themselves into a box, though you have to give the show’s producers and writers credit, every season is a game-changer, and Season 2′s finale was no exception. In that respect, NIKITA is one of the few shows on TV that actually progresses with each episode.