Supernatural in the news this week!
 
Catching Up With Current and Former Cast Members
 
 Other Projects
 
Lauren Tom's (Linda Tran) show Andi Mack has been renewed for a second season.
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Travis Aaron Wade (Cole) is working on funding a new film No Better Place To Die, through Indiegogo.
 
 
Support for this project is gaining speed
 
 
 
 Ty Olsson's (Benny) film FTL premiered in North America on Friday.
 
 
FTL has also been chosen to screen during the Starburst Film Festival
 
 
 Emily Swallow (Amara/The Darkness) will be in our nation's capital showing her talent's in this year's Will On The Hill.
 
The Shakespeare Theatre Company’s annual Will on the Hill benefit each spring welcomes Members of Congress and Washington influencers onto the Company’s stage to perform scenes from Shakespeare—infused with comedic references to contemporary politics.

Will on the Hill pays tribute to the unique dynamic of our city and provides a wonderful way to engage new audiences and support the Shakespeare Theatre Company’s artistic, education and community outreach programs.

 

 
 Lisa Berry's (Billie the Reaper) new play The Madness of King George opened at the Shaw Festival on Friday
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 Misha Collins has a brief appearance in a new commercial for Iceland.
 
 
Miscellaneous News
 
Want to meet Lindsey McKeon (Tessa the Reaper)? Now you can. She is auctioning a dinner with her to support The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society, Greater Los Angeles Chapter
 
 
 Jeffrey Dean Morgan (John Winchester) has an important job at the Indianapolis 500 this year. Jeffrey Dean Morgan to drive Indy 500 pace car.
 
 
 
 For information on the event and how to buy tickets go to the Indy500 site.
 
 David Hayden-Jones (Mr. Ketch) recorded a poetic goodbye to the fans of Supernatural.
 
 
 PopSugar revealed this little secret
 
 
To which Danneel and Gen replied
 
 
Catch the whole scoop here.
 
 
 
 
 
 
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Catching Up With Former BTS Personnel
 
 
 Marvel.com interviewed Robbie Thompson about the latest issue in his Dr. Strange series.
 
 Adam Glass talked with Newsarama about his new series The Normals.
 
 
 Show Tidbits
 
The scene where Dean confronts Mary in "Who We Are" won scene of the week at Spoiler TV.
 
 
Screen Rant had several articles on Supernatural this week.
 
 
 Several sites talked about our season finale and all those deaths
 

Speaking of those deaths, EW listed Supernatural: Crowley's Best Episodes
 
Looking towards the future Buddy TV gave us
 
 
 
 
 
 Conventions, Cast Appearances and Fandom
 
Australian fans will finally get to see DJ Qualls
 
 
 Nerds and Beyond caught up with the stars of the Hillywood show at  MegaCon 2017: ‘The Hillywood Show’ Talks Supernatural Parody & More!
 
 Want to see the Phoenix Creation Convention, but can't get there? Stageit is streaming some of the panels. More information here.
 
 Adam Rose hosted Asylum 18. He posted a VLog, made at the event, featuring some of our stars, including Misha, Osric and the Hillywood show.
 
 
 Fans who supported Supernatural Fandom: The Movie have started receiving their copies.
 
 
 
 Catch this chat With Lynn Zubernis about her book Supernatural's "Family Don't End With Blood"
 
 
 Although Nerd HQ is not being held at this year's San Diego Comic Con, Zachary Levi will still be part of festivities Zachary Levi Tapped to Host Syfy's 'Live From Comic-Con'.
 
 Rick Springfield (Lucifer/Vince Vincente) will be appearing in Carmel, Indiana - November 5 at The Paladium.
Rick will also be making an appearance at Treasure Island Resort & Casino, WELCH, Minnesota on Thu July 13, at  8pm

 

 ETA from Alice:  I meant to share this fun little tidbit last week, but The CW cancelled "Frequency" and "No Tomorrow" even though they ended on a cliffhanger, or at least without resolution.  The CW added on the last episodes for those shows on CWTV.com two minutes of extra footage that wrap up those unresolved endings.  
 
I mention this because "Frequency" came from former "Supernatural" writer and showrunner Jeremy Carver and I know several SPN fans watched.  As for "No Tomorrow," it has a small shout out to "Supernatural"!  Two of the regular characters, Hank and Tim, started a new band at the end of the season.  According to the epilogue, the band eventually did find some minor success after one of their songs was featured on "Supernatural" Season 16.  
 
You can find the episode for "Frequency" here, "Signal Loss" (1.13) - http://www.cwtv.com/shows/frequency
Here's the link for "No Tomorrow", "No Sleep Til Reykjavik" (1.13) - http://www.cwtv.com/shows/no-tomorrow