Jensen Ackles And Jared Padalecki ‘Supernatural’ Final Scene Together

Variety – October 9, 2020 at 09:32AM:

The Winchesters’ work may not yet be done on “Supernatural,” but their portrayers, Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, already have to think about shedding Dean and Sam and stepping into new characters. The CW demon-hunting drama called series wrap in early September, with the guys sharing their final scene as on-screen brothers.

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‘The Boys’ Showrunner Eric Kripke Actually Regrets Killing Off That One Superhero

TV Line – October 3, 2020 at 11:09AM:


Let’s just start by saying this post will absolutely spoil the seventh episode of Season 2 of The Boys, so if you haven’t gotten your weekly fill of superhero mayhem, maybe save this tab in your browser until you do. You’ve been warned.

The penultimate episode of the show’s second season had a lot of heads exploding once again, as the show continues to ramp up the brutality and shock in a variety of ways. But one of the more unexpected moments of the show was the death of a (former) member of The Seven. TV Line talked to showrunner Eric Kripke (careful: there’s also a spoiler in the story’s URL as well) about the episode and he detailed what the writer’s room was thinking when it decided that Lamplighter, who was introduced in the last episode, needed to go.

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Erin Moriarty And Karen Fukuhara On The Feminism Of ‘The Boys,’ And Why The Show’s Better In Weekly Doses

TV – UPROXX – October 2, 2020 at 08:22AM:

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Amazon Prime’s super-cynical take on superhero culture, The Boys, roared back to life in August with a deeper (and still graphic) second season based upon Garth Ennis’ comic book series. One plot point involves Vought International pushing the “Girls Get It Done” campaign to publicly champion its female heroes. Meanwhile, their leader (Antony Starr’s Homelander) is still corrupt as hell while feeling rootless. That’s all the better for Aya Cash’s Stormfront to swoop into the power vacuum, even as Erin Moriarty’s Starlight works behind the scenes to expose Vought’s misdeeds to the world.

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