The actors join a rapidly expanding cast that includes Lauren Graham, Alexis Bledel, Scott Patterson, Milo Ventimiglia, Matt Czuchry and Liza Weil.
As the Darkness envelopes the world, Sam and Dean Winchester make a desperate plea in the latest trailer for "Supernatural" season eleven.
Stars Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki and Misha Collins spoke at Comic-Con about reuniting against the Darkness in "Supernatural's" 11th season.
The stars and producers of "Supernatural" shared stories from Season 10 and speculated on future developments during their Sunday panel in Hall H.
At Comic-Con International, the stars of the long-running CW series talked about Demon Dean, brotherly bonds and ghosts from the Winchesters' past.
Appearing in Hall H, the cast of Supernatural reflected on the past nine seasons, looked ahead to "Demon Dean," and addressed John Constantine's Castiel-like trenchcoat.
With the ninth season of The CW's Supernatural premiering Oct. 8, the network is rolling out all kinds of news and announcements from a love interest for Castiel to new clips and key art.
Supernatural producers Jeremy Carver and Robert Singer reveal more details about the planned spinoff series, which will feature a new, and larger, cast of characters, as well as appearances by Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki.
Spinoff Online speaks with Supernatural writers Adam Glass, Daniel Loflin, Andrew Dabb, Robbie Thompson and Jenny Klein about the current current season of the long-running drama, and what lies ahead for brothers Sam and Dean Winchester.
With the eighth season of Supernatural premiering tonight on The CW, executive producers Jeremy Carver and Robert Singer discuss what viewers can expect as the Winchester brothers reunite and set out on a new mission to close the Gates of Hell.
The CW has released a teaser and preview clip for "Meet the New Boss," the seventh-season premiere of Supernatural. The episode airs Friday at 9 p.m. ET/PT.
TV Guide has the first look at the English-dub trailer for Madhouse's adaptation of the cult-hit series, featuring the voices of Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles.
Warner Home Video has announced that Madhouse's 22-episode anime adaptation of Supernatural is coming to Blu-ray, DVD and On Demand in the United States on July 26.
When it comes to breaking the fourth wall, few television series do it quite like Supernatural. So it was only fitting when the cast and creators of the cult-hit show treated their fans to a hilarious glimpse behind the scenes during Sunday's PaleyFest tribute.
Warner Bros. Japan has confirmed that actor Jared Padalecki will dub all 22 episodes of Supernatural: The Animation for its U.S. release. Jensen Ackles will only voice his character for the final two episodes. No date has been given for the English-language version of the Madhouse anime.