20 February 2013
A Chat With Supernatural Writers
I love the writers of Supernatural. I love them. I have my concerns in recent years on occasion, but true love never runs smooth.
I really enjoyed reading this interview from Spin-Off Online. They recently talked to Adam Glass, Daniel Loflin, Andrew Dabb, Robbie Thompson and Jenny Klein about season eight and the writer's room.
I was also reading an article from SFX about Supernatural, and how good an 'old' show can still be in its eighth season.
Supernatural has been through a lot -- being on WB before going to the CW, scheduled for Thursday to dead Friday, then out of Purgatory and makes Wednesday their new home. And just how many times have Dean and Sam died and back again? How many times we have laughed and cried? Fans are so emotionally attached to the show, and so are the cast and crew.
There will come a time when the show comes to an end, but I am not ready to let Supernatural just yet. In fact, once the passion in the flame is ignited, I can't put it out.
In case you missed my review of Trial and Error, here it is again. Don't forget to watch the all new Supernatural this Wednesday on the CW.
8.15 Man’s Best Friend With Benefits:
DEAN REALLY DOESN’T LIKE WITCHES — A police officer named Kevin (guest star Christian Campbell), who turned to witchcraft after working a case with Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles), is plagued by nightmares in which he murders innocent people. However, when the murders actually happen, Sam and Dean are called in by Kevin’s “familiar” (guest star Mishael Morgan) to help — but the brothers aren’t sure they want to save a witch. John Showalter directed the episode written by Brad Buckner & Eugenie Ross-Leming.