Supernatural tends to play things fast and loose when it comes to life, death and the murky netherworld in between, but rest assured, Jim Beaver’s fan-favorite will be making another surprise appearance once the series returns from winter hiatus. How do we know? Well, Ol’ Bobby himself has shared an early teaser via Twitter (via ComicBook.com), which brings us closer to the world-weary Singer and his tattered clothing.
Of course, as any Supernatural fan will tell you, Uncle Bobby actually passed away in season 7, when a stray bullet caught him in the head. Since then, the show’s impassioned community (or family, if we’re going by the official term) has been quietly petitioning for Jim Beaver’s return, though it wasn’t until
Chriqui plays Donna, a woman with a checkered past who must protect her son when a man brings trouble to her isolated bed and breakfast. Jr Bourne (“Teen Wolf”), Jim Beaver (“Supernatural”), and Conner McVicker (“Vice Principals”) have also joined the cast.
The film is written and directed by David Guglielmo and Nick Chakwin (“No Way to Live”) and is produced by Howard Barish (“13th”) through his Kandoo Films production banner.
This film is the third in a slate of eight indie films being produced by Barish and Kandoo Films. Barish began this initiative last year to provide opportunities to emerging artists, up and coming directors, and passionate storytellers.
Chriqui was most recently seen in the Hulu series “Shut Eye” starring Jeffrey Donovan and can be seen next in “Super Troopers 2” which bows April 20, 2018. She is repped by Management 360
In the Season 2 premiere of The Ranch (the first 10 episodes of which are categorized as “Part 3” by Netflix), Ashton Kutcher is reunited with former That ’70s Show costar Debra Jo Rupp. Playing mother to Elisha Cuthbert’s Abby, Mrs. Phillips proves not too fond of Colt in wake of her daughter’s decision to end her engagement to Kenny.
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Disapproving ‘rents are the least of Colt’s problems, though. Picking up immediately where last season left off, Heather shows up on Colt
Variety spoke with Ian McShane, who was promoting his new hit series American Gods on Starz, when the talk eventually shifted to Deadwood. The last update we had on the movie was last month, when
Simmons may be the one in the hot seat featured below, but he's not going to be the only one.
On Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders Season 2 Episode 9, the entire team will be facing judgment for losing a suspect.
Keeping up the Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders Season 2 tradition of importing Supernatural actors for various roles on the series, "Blowback" puts to good use two favorites from Executive Producer Adam Glass' old haunt.
Jim Beaver, known to Supernatural fans as Bobby, and Kim Rhodes, known to fans as Sheriff Jodi Mills, are the two stone-faced government officials questioning the International Response Team.
They may be fun and kind on Supernatural, but they're packing an intimidating punch as interrogators.
It's always fun seeing characters from one show on another, and
Our favorite and most loyal Supernatural duo will find themselves in some hot water on Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders Season 2 Episode 5.
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All eyes will want to be pointed toward CBS on Wednesday, April 5 when Robbie and David, two American entrepreneurs doing business in Bangladesh, go missing.
It will be the International Response Team to the rescue!!
You'd think God would have the ability to get them out of the situation...but wait! That's another show entirely.
Remember why all of the Supernatural actors are coming to Criminal Minds: Beyond Borders.
Adam Glass is the executive producer! As a former writer and Ep on Supernatural, he's using his connections.
We already have Jack's son being portrayed by Matt Cohen (also known as young John Winchester).
And later during
The threats, though, aren’t limited to sinister UnSubs (and maybe just maybe the Yeti). Rather, Jack Garrett (played by Gary Sinise) and the International Response Team might have cause to look over their shoulder right there in the FBI.
Showrunner Erica Messer shared with TVLine a look at the Season 2 plan.
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A number of actors took to Twitter to make their statements on social media. Entertainment Tonight caught up with one of the actor's former co-stars, Big Love actress Ginnifer Goodwin on the red carpet of the Oscars, where she revealed that she almost canceled plans to go to the Oscars because of Bill Paxton's passing, but her husband Josh Dallas convinced her to do otherwise.
Lucy, Wyatt and Rufus are on the run through time on Timeless Season 1 Episode 15.
Sadly, they aren't able to escape their destiny: foiling whatever the hell's Flynn up to.
They are taking a different tack, following Wyatt's philosophy of "One step at a time."
It seems he adopted this from one of his military instructors, who jumped out of a burning plane with no parachute. When he was asked why, he said, "Well, the plane was on fire. So one step at a time."
Good a plan as any. It served them well, right up until the cliffhanger.
I loved how they managed to get out from under the thumb of the new regime at Mason Industries.
Agree to take on an abhorrent mission, tranq the substitute soldier, then jump back to an abandoned warehouse where Wyatt and Christopher were waiting.
The Supernatural star (temporarily) sheds Castiel’s wings and trench coat as he goes back to the past in these Timeless photos from the NBC drama’s Feb. 13 episode (airing at 10/9c), in which he guest-stars as Untouchables leader Eliot Ness.
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After Flynn travels to 1931 Chicago to partner with gangster Al Capone (Tyrant‘s Cameron Gharaee) — that deadly team-up is also glimpsed in the sneak peek — Lucy, Wyatt and Rufus meet up with Collins’ federal law-enforcement agent,
Of course, he has a lot more to tweet about than new installments of his latest series.
He's also blending his love of Supernatural with that of Timeless by announcing Misha Collins will be playing Eliot Ness on Timeless Season 1 Episode 15.
The episode will be fittingly titled "Public Enemy No. 1" and will feature Flynn traveling to 1931 Chicago to pair up with gangster Al Capone.
Our time traveling trio of heroes will partner up with the only man who can bring down Capone, federal agent Eliot Ness.
“When the Eliot Ness character first came up, I immediately thought of Misha, and I’m so thrilled to be working with him again,” Kripke said in a statement.
“Misha brings his charisma, his talent, and frankly, all of his angelic qualities to the role.
Just weeks after news of Jim Beaver’s recurring role, Misha Collins — who plays Castiel on the aforementioned CW series — is set to reunite with his former boss Eric Kripke on the time-hopping NBC drama, it was announced Monday.
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Collins will play Untouchables leader Eliot Ness in the episode “Public Enemy No. 1.,” which finds Flynn traveling to 1931 Chicago to partner with gangster Al Capone (Tyrant‘s Cameron Gharaee). Lucy, Wyatt and Rufus, meanwhile, team up with the only man who
The actor will guest-star on NBC’s time-hopping drama Timeless as American novelist Ernest Hemingway, TVLine has learned exclusively.
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Barash appears in Episode 14, which is set in “Paris during the Jazz age after World War I,” executive producer Eric Kripke tells TVLine. When viewers meet the future novelist, he is a budding newspaper reporter with a sense of adventure, still recovering from the brutality of the war with the help of a strong drink… or two.
In addition to playing Johnny Zacchara on the aforementioned ABC soap,
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Beaver will appear in the final three episodes of the time-traveling series’ freshman season as Nsa Agent Neville, who comes to Mason Industries to lock horns with Sakina Jaffrey’s Agent Christopher, TVLine has learned. (Kripke first announced the casting via Twitter.)
Neville is “harboring a dark secret,” Kripke teases, adding, “I refuse to make a TV show
"There's talk about it now, them writing a script. But I'll believe it when I'm on the street in my muddy boots...Now would seem a perfect time, it's ten years since they elbowed it. It's perfect time. Tim's got a huge following from the show he did, Justified. All the other people are free,
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