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Writer: Robbie Thompson; Directed by Bob Singer

Check out the Don't Call Me Shurley entry for quotes, trivis, music and updated information on Chuck, Metatron, God and Dean's Amulet.

Rob Benedict's cover of "Fare Thee Well (Dink's Song)" is available for free download at the official WaterTower Music SoundCloud page.

Season 11 Spoilers

Click on upcoming episodes for links to all the spoilers.

The original pitch for Supernatural posted by Eric Kripke

Social Media Accounts

For a guide to the social media accounts for the cast, crew and people associated with Supernatural, as well as major media and fansites see our Social Media Directory.

Wiki Updates

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Supernatural Cast & Crew

  • Please be aware if you don't instruct couriers you will cover customs/duty on shipments the studio can't accept delivery.

Supernatural Films Inc.
8085 Glenwood Drive
Burnaby, B.C.
V3N 5C8

The writing team of Supernatural

c/o Holly Ollis
Warner Bros Television
4000 Warner Blvd
Bldg 140.
Burbank, CA 91522

You can contact via the following addresses :

  • Jensen Ackles, c/o Management 360, 9111 Wilshire Blvd. Beverly Hills, CA 90210
  • Jared Padalecki, c/o Industry Entertainment, 955 S. Carrillo Dr., 3rd Floor, LA, CA 90048
  • Misha Collins, c/o 1920 N. Hillhurst #170 Los Angeles, CA 90027
  • Mark Sheppard, c/o 14431 Ventura Blvd #606, Sherman Oaks, CA 91423
  • Richard Speight, Jr., c/o Thruline Entertainment, 9250 Wilshire Blvd., Ground Floor, Beverly Hills, CA 90212

J2 enjoying their hiatus on Lake Austin


For all the Supernatural news as it happens follow us on Twitter @SuperWiki.

  • Dean was voted #1 all-time great TV character by Chicago newspaper the Daily Herald.
  • Kings of Con is a webseries written and produced by Richard Speight and Rob Benedict. The series is inspired by their convention experiences and is part improv, part scripted comedy. "Kings of Con" is the very first scripted series to be announced by Comic-Con HQ - a streaming service formed by Lionsgate in partnership with San Diego Comic Con. The Service will launch on on May 7 - Free Comic Book Day!).




Eric Kripke is in Vancouver to film his pilot Time and caught up with old Supernatural colleagues Bob Singer, Serge Ladouceur and Jerry Wanek.

Fandom Projects

  • Supernatural Fleet is a new fandom organisation established to provide support to fans.
  • Posting of great art and accompanying stories is underway for the SPN Reverse Bang Challenge.
  • Fandom statistics - how many fics did we write in 2015? by destinationtoast
  • Destiel - a documentary exploring the appeal and power of the Destiel ship
  • “You Pissed Off My Sandwich: Recipes for the Winchester Warrior” is a cookbook of Supernatural inspired recipes. Order your copy here

Cast & Crew Projects

  • A pilot for Jeremy Carver's series "Frequency" has been ordered by The CW. The series is based on the 2000 film of the same name. Riley Smith has been cast in the series as one of the two leads. source.
    • Robbie also has a story called Krak(en) in the comics anthology Vertigo SFX #3 - Krak!
  • Ex -EP and writer Adam Glass is now show runner on the CBS show Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders.
  • Supernatural creator Eric Kripke has a comic called "Jacked" now being published. His pilot for a time travel series, cowritten by Shawn Ryan has been ordered to pilot by NBC. source.
  • Ex-Supernatural showrunner and writer Sera Gamble's new series The Magicians on SyFy, based on the book series by Lev Grossman has just been renewed for a second series.