I just got in my hand on the new TV Guide Comic Con Edition. I got two copies, one with "Supernatural" on one side and "The Following" on the other and "Arrow" on one side and "The Flash" on the other. However, you're probably here to read about the "Supernatural" spoilers! There is an interview with Jeremy Carver and Robert Singer, but it's rather spoiler lite. It doesn't reveal a whole lot more than the CW synopsis. There are a few interesting nuggets though:
Was that a bit of human emotion we glimpsed in Crowley as he sat by Dean's body before that startling resurrection?
"That's not just residue of human emotion," Carver reveals. "When Crowley was shooting up human blood, whether they admit it or not, a kinship developed between these two. Call it humanity or call it friendship, it's definitely there."
"How will Sam feel about his older brother palling around with the King of Hell?"
"Crowley will have his hooks deep into Dean when the show returns," Singer notes. "Once Sam finds out the truth about Dean, he's just not going to have that!"
Can't The Winchesters just get along?
"The boys are in a pretty unique place when they go into Season 10," is all Carver will tease.
What's happening up in Heaven?
"How Cas will deal with his impending death and where he sees himself in the firmanent of Heaven and angels will be addressed in the first episode of the season," Carver promises. "Some angels are still down on earth. What those stragglers are doing could be interesting." And what about Metatron, who is now incarcerated in Heaven's dungeon? Have we seen the last of him? "Hell no," says Carver. "As long as Metatron is alive, I don't think his story is over yet."
So what's the big theme for the season?
"This might sound mysterious," says Carver, "but to me, Season 9 was about choosing the kind of person you wanted to be, like Cas deciding whether to stay human or become an angel again. I think Season 10 will be about everyone looking up and saying, 'You know what, I am what I am.' We'll see that play out in each and every character."