Supernatural in the news this week.
‘Straight Outta Compton’ star Aldis Hodge talks about latest project ‘Underground’ on WGN with Pix11.
Variety talked with Sterling K. Brown on Playing Chris Darden and How His View of the Verdict Changed.
Felicia Day will be starting another tour for her book You’re Never Weird On The Internet (Almost) in April.
Jeffrey Dean Morgan was on the The Late Show With Stephen Colbert where he talked about owning a candy store. The full show is here, but will only be available free for a few more days. We can share an excerpt
Eric Kripke has a new show in the works, but he still remembers us.
— Eric Kripke (@therealKripke) March 3, 2016
This weekend Misha Collins is running AMOK (Annual Melee of Kindness)
— Misha Collins (@mishacollins) March 5, 2016
The details are here.
Gabriel Tigerman is in a new commercial for Dairy Queen Bakes.
Zap2it Social Media Showdown 2016: The third annual #Zap2Showdown returns to rule March again. There are some new rules for this year.
If you’ve participated in previous Showdowns, you’ll find one big change this year: We’re no longer dividing up the stars by platform.
Also, importantly, only one star per show has been chosen. With such a huge variety of television and personalities to choose from, we wanted to cast the largest net possible. Jensen Ackles, 2015 Showdown King, automatically represents “Supernatural” as last year’s winner.
Geek and Sundry tells us Weird Things You Have To Explain To Supernatural Newbies.
Nerdist included a scene from Supernatural as part of their GIFtastic TV.
Moviephone lists 13 Times Dean Was Our Favorite Winchester on ‘Supernatural‘.
Dean was included in TV Fanatic’s 23 Times TV Characters Tried to Get Fit.