Jared Padalecki Addresses “Supernatural” Prequel Drama With Jensen Ackles
WASHINGTON — Hollywood actor Jared Padalecki has addressed what really went down after learning that his former “Supernatural” co-star and friend Jensen Ackles was working on a prequel series without his knowledge. I respect his opinion.”Padalecki and Ackles starred on “Supernatural” from 2005 to 2020, while the series ran for 15 seasons on The CW. After Ackles tweeted out a link to a news organization’s article, Padalecki reacted to the news with shock on his Twitter handle. I’m gutted.”The next day, Padalecki revealed on his Twitter handle that everything is “good” between him and Ackles. I know you’re busy…as am I, but you’re still my brother.thewestsidegazette.com
Jensen Ackles Teases “Supernatural” Prequel, After Making Amends With Co-star Jared Padalecki
WASHINGTON — Hollywood star Jensen Ackles, after making amends with costar Jared Padalecki, teases his new “Supernatural” prequel, titled “The Winchesters.”The star announced this sister show earlier this week. Figuring that out has been the fun stuff,” Ackles tweeted on June 26 in response to an article that speculated about how many established details would be embraced and erased. I’m excited to watch but bummed that Sam Winchester had no involvement whatsoever,” Padalecki tweeted on June 24, just after the new project was announced. #spnfamily.” Padalecki tweeted on June 25. Eric Kripke’s creation “Supernatural” started on The WB and remains one of the longest-running sci-fi/genre shows in American broadcast television history.thewestsidegazette.com
New this week: Patty Smyth, 'The Right Stuff' and 'Time'
Here’s a collection curated by The Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s arriving on TV, streaming services and music platforms this week. — AP Film Writer Lindsey BahrMUSIC— Jay-Z’s Roc Nation entertainment company has curated an album focused on social justice to be released Friday. — It’s taken nearly three decades but Scandal rocker Patty Smyth is releasing her first album of original material on Friday. Fans of that show will find similar style, cars, clothes and alpha male energy in “The Right Stuff,” an eight-part series based on Tom Wolfe's book. The show, about demon-hunting brothers Dean and Sam Winchester (Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki), debuted the same year as YouTube.
'Supernatural' poster hints at what's to come in finale
The TV series is kicking off its 15th and final season this fall, and The CW has released a promotional poster that appears to hint at what's to come for the long-suffering, demon-hunting Winchester brothers. "As it is written, so it shall end," the poster reads. In the season 14 season finale, Chuck -- who we learn is the creator of all -- snapped his fingers and released demons from hell, leaving Sam, Dean and Castiel to fight off the monsters. Already speculation has begun on social media about the poster's symbolism, and what it says about the final season: Will Sam and Dean Winchester die? The stars of the show are also using attention around the series finale to help provide relief for victims of Hurricane Dorian.