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Jeffrey Dean Morgan returning for Supernatural’s 300th episode

Twelve years after his exit, Jeffrey Dean Morgan is set to reprise the role of John Winchester – father to Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki’s Dan and Sam Winchester – for a guest appearance in the landmark 300th episode of Supernatural.

“We’re incredibly excited to have Jeffrey back for this milestone episode, and think fans will love what we have planned for his character… and a few other surprise guest stars,” said co-showrunner Andrew Dabb.

John was last seen in spirit form in the season two finale ‘All Hell Breaks Loose: Part 2’, having died in the second season premiere. Details on his return are being kept tightly under wraps, but it has been revealed that the 300th episode will be titled ‘Lebanon’, and is set to air on The CW on Thursday, February 7th.

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Supernatural's 300th Episode Will Feature a Very Special Guest Star: Jeffrey Dean Morgan!

A family reunion is about to go down on Supernatural, so you might want to get your tissues ready now. In honor of the long-running CW series's 300th episode, which is currently in production in Vancouver, John Winchester - aka fan favorite Jeffrey Dean Morgan - is reportedly returning to his monster-hunting sons after over a decade away from the series.

More than 11 years have passed since Morgan's character appeared on the show, not counting last year's cheeky nod to his villainous turn as Negan on The Walking Dead. The last time he popped up on the show in the flesh was in its season two finale, when he helps his boys, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles), defeat Yellow Eyes. Of course, that happens after he's already, technically, died due to sacrificing himself to save Dean. So, naturally (sorry), a reunion between John, Sam, and Dean would be emotional,
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Supernatural Season 14 Episode 9 Review: The Spear

Impossible odds, indeed.

It was too much to hope that Michael was going to leave Dean alone, never to take control of him again.

It was suspicious, and the boys should have been more wary of Michael's motive to abandon Dean's body so quickly.

As it turned out, Michael had a plan all along, and on Supernatural Season 14 Episode 9, he put that plan into motion.

Michael knew that the boys were going to come after him, and he was eagerly anticipating it.

I'm not sure why he wasn't concerned about the spear considering he was right there when it came time to destroy the egg. You'd think he would have made sure the spear was destroyed as well.

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Instead, he was surprised to see Dean wielding it like a true warrior.

Of course,
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Supernatural: Jeffrey Dean Morgan Returning!

Supernatural is bringing back a fan-favorite for a milestone installment.

The show's 300th episode will air in early 2019, and it will feature a surprise appearance from Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

"We’re incredibly excited to have Jeffrey back for this milestone episode, and think fans will love what we have planned for his character… and a few other surprise guest stars," executive producer Andrew Dabb said in a statement.

It's hard to believe it, but the last time Morgan appeared on the hit CW series was back in 2008, so we think it's fair to say Sam and Dean are going to be in for a right treat when he pops back up.

If you watch Supernatural online, you know Morgan's last appearance culminated with John helping his sons defeat the Yellow-Eyed demo.

Yeah, that feels like a lifetime ago, but Morgan has never ruled out an encore on the popular series.
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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Teases His Big Return To Supernatural

Before he was Negan of The Walking Dead, he was John Winchester, father to Sam and Dean and generally one of the greatest hunters in all the land.

We are, of course, referring to Jeffrey Dean Morgan, former Supernatural fan-favorite, who is now on the verge of returning to the family business – much to the delight of the show’s impassioned fanbase. News of Morgan’s long-rumored second coming broke just yesterday, when The CW and series showrunner Andrew Dabb earmarked the return of John Winchester for February 7th.

For those keeping track, that’s the same day on which Supernatural season 14 is expected to resume, and we’re hearing that there may well be another few surprise guest stars thrown in for good measure. But first, here’s the official word from Jeffrey Dean Morgan’s Twitter feed, which hints at the family Impala and what appears to be the Woman in White.
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Supernatural's 300th Episode Will Feature a Very Special Guest Star: Jeffrey Dean Morgan!

A family reunion is about to go down on Supernatural, so you might want to get your tissues ready now. In honor of the long-running CW series's 300th episode, which is currently in production in Vancouver, John Winchester - aka fan favorite Jeffrey Dean Morgan - is reportedly returning to his monster-hunting sons after over a decade away from the series.

More than 11 years have passed since Morgan's character appeared on the show, not counting last year's cheeky nod to his villainous turn as Negan on The Walking Dead. The last time he popped up on the show in the flesh was in its season two finale, when he helps his boys, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles), defeat Yellow Eyes. Of course, that happens after he's already, technically, died due to sacrificing himself to save Dean. So, naturally (sorry), a reunion between John, Sam, and Dean would be emotional,
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Jeffrey Dean Morgan is Set To Return as John Winchester in Supernatural

Jeffrey Dean Morgan, who has recently been playing Negan on The Walking Dead, is set to return to The CW’s Supernatural! That’s right, he’ll be trading his baseball bat in for his colt revolver.

Morgan will reprise his role of John Winchester in supernatural, and it would be a lot of fun to see him back in action hunting down monsters and demons with his two sons, Sam and Dean. He’s set to appear in Supernatural’s upcoming 300th episode, which is called "Lebanon".

Executive producer Andrew Dabb had this to say in a statement:

"We're incredibly excited to have Jeffrey back for this milestone episode, and think fans will love what we have planned for his character... and a few other guest stars.”

Morgan previously appeared as John in 12 episodes of the show over the course of the first two of seasons. The last time
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Supernatural Episode 300 to Feature the Return of Jeffrey Dean Morgan as John Winchester

Years before he showed viewers his lethal swing on AMC's The Walking Dead, Jeffrey Dean Morgan was fighting demonic forces on Supernatural as John Winchester, the father of Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles), a role that he will reprise for the series' 300th episode.

According to multiple sources, including Deadline, Morgan will return as John Winchester this season (the show's 14th season overall) on Supernatural in an episode titled "Lebanon." Directed by Robert Singer from a script by Andrew Dabb and Meredith Glynn, "Lebanon" will air on The CW on February 7th, 2019, so viewers won't have to wait much longer to see the return of John Winchester.

Morgan last played John Winchester in the 2008 episode "Long Distance Call," and he appeared as the character in 2007's "All Hell Breaks Loose: Part 2."

In a statement via Deadline, executive producer Andrew Dabb hinted that Morgan won't be the only
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TV News Roundup: Steven Yeun Joins ‘Twilight Zone’ at CBS All Access

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In Wednesday’s roundup, Netflix reveals the premiere date for “Tidying Up With Marie Kondo,” and Steven Yeun joins Jordan Peele’s “Twilight Zone” reboot.

First Looks

Variety has an exclusive behind-the-scenes first look at Season 2 of Showtime’s “Smilf,” featuring creator and star, Frankie Shaw. The new season, which premieres Sunday, Jan. 20 at 10:30 p.m. Et/Pt, finds Bridgette trying to move forward and focus on her future, while attempting to exorcise old ghosts and atone for past misdeeds. See the clip below:

Dates

ABC has announced premiere dates for a bevy of new and returning shows. New shows coming to the network are “Schooled” on Jan. 9 at 8:30 p.m. Et/Pt; “Whiskey Cavalier,” on Feb. 27 at 10 p.m.; “The Fix” on March 18 at 10 p.m.; and “Grand Hotel” on June 17 at 10 p.m. Series returning to ABC are “Match Game” on Jan. 9 at 10 p.m.; Season
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Welcome Home, John Winchester! Jeffrey Dean Morgan to Return for ‘Supernatural’s’ 300th Episode

Welcome Home, John Winchester! Jeffrey Dean Morgan to Return for ‘Supernatural’s’ 300th Episode
Your prayers to Chuck have been answered, “Supernatural” family: Jeffrey Dean Morgan will be reprising his role as John Winchester for The CW series’ 300th episode.

No word on exactly how Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean’s (Jensen Ackles) dad will return for the landmark installment, titled “Lebanon,” which airs Feb. 7.

Fans have been waiting for this Winchester family reunion for over 11 years, as John last appeared on “Supernatural’s” Season 2 finale, “All Hell Breaks Loose: Part 2.” The boys father escaped through the open gate to Hell to help Sam and Dean kill old Yellow Eyes.

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If you aren’t a “Supernatural” superfan, now is the time to remind you John is dead. Yeah, he sacrificed himself at the beginning of Season 2 to save Dean. So how they get back to Morgan’s character will certainly be interesting. (Though
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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Officially Returning To Supernatural

If we’ve learned anything from Supernatural, it’s that the death of a character is hardly a guarantee that we’ll never see them again. I mean, Bobby bit the bullet back in season 7 and still went on to be a recurring presence and we can’t even count the number of times Sam and Dean Winchester themselves have died. With the concept of alternate universes also now being wholeheartedly embraced, the possibilities are truly endless.

And so, after much demand from fans – and the actor himself – we’re happy to tell you that John Winchester, and, more specifically, as played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan, will now be making a return. The CW confirmed as much today, revealing that The Walking Dead star will reprise his role for Supernatural‘s upcoming 300th episode.

“We’re incredibly excited to have Jeffrey back for this milestone episode, and think fans will
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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Is Returning to Supernatural for the 300th Episode

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Is Returning to Supernatural for the 300th Episode
Papa Winchester is coming back from the dead. Maybe?  Jeffrey Dean Morgan is making a return to the world of Supernatural to help celebrate the show's huge milestone of 300 episodes, 12 seasons since he was last seen on the series. John Winchester, the father of Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) was killed back in season two, saving Dean's life in the process.  While his voice was heard in season three, he hasn't actually appeared on the series in all the years since, and now he's finally coming back.  "We're incredibly excited to have Jeffrey back for this milestone episode, and think fans will love what we have planned for his character...and a few other...
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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Will Return as John Winchester for ‘Supernatural’s 300th Episode

We've got a Winchester reunion on our hands! And it's about time. A decade after leaving the long-running CW series, Jeffrey Dean Morgan will return as John Winchester for the 300th episode of Supernatural. The episode is titles Lebanon, which might seem obtuse and mysterious to folks who last watched the show when John Winchester was still around, but is in fact the name of the Kansas town where Dean (Jensen Ackles), Sam (Jared Padalecki), and the rest of the gang shacked up. Executive producer Andrew Dabb said, “We’re incredibly excited to have Jeffrey back for …
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Supernatural 300th Episode: Major Character Returning

Kayti Burt Dec 13, 2018

Get the tissues ready, people.

Supernatural's 300th episode is almost upon us! What's in store for the celebratory landmark event? The return of a much-loved character, for one...

The CW just let drop the news that Jeffrey Dean Morgan will be returning as John Winchester for Supernatural's 300th episode!

"We're incredibly excited to have Jeffrey back for this milestone episode, and think fans will love what we have planned for his character... and a few other surprise guest stars," said Supernatural executive producer Andrew Dabb in a statement.

Sam and Dean's dad is technically deceased (but when has that ever stopped anyone on this show?), and has, thus far, avoided being resurrected. The last time we properly saw John Winchester (at least not a younger version) was in the Season 2 finale when the ghost of Sam and Dean's dear old dan escaped from hell to help kill Azazel.
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‘Supernatural’: Jeffrey Dean Morgan To Reprise John Winchester Role In Upcoming Episode

‘Supernatural’: Jeffrey Dean Morgan To Reprise John Winchester Role In Upcoming Episode
The Walking Dead star Jeffrey Dean Morgan is returning to the CW’s Supernatural to reprise his role as John Winchester for the series’ 300th episode.

Morgan will appear in the episode titled “Lebanon” that will air Thursday, February 7 at 8 Pm.

“We’re incredibly excited to have Jeffrey back for this milestone episode, and think fans will love what we have planned for his character… and a few other surprise guest stars,” said executive producer Andrew Dabb.

Morgan appeared as the character in a total of 12 episodes beginning with the first season in 2005 through 2008.

The series, starring Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, follows the two brothers as they hunt demons, ghosts, monsters, and other supernatural beings.

Morgan currently stars as the infamous antagonist Negan on The Walking Dead. He’ll next be seen starring in family drama Walkaway Joe alongside David Strathairn and directed by Tom Wright. His other notable
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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Returning to Supernatural for 300th Episode

Jeffrey Dean Morgan Returning to Supernatural for 300th Episode
Supernatural‘s upcoming 300th episode will play host to a long-awaited family reunion. Jeffrey Dean Morgan — aka John Winchester, father of Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) — will return for the milestone hour, TVLine has learned. Titled “Lebanon,” the episode is slated to air Thursday, Feb. 7 at 8/7c on The CW.

“We’re incredibly excited to have Jeffrey back for this milestone episode, and think fans will love what we have planned for his character… and a few other surprise guest stars,” executive producer Andrew Dabb said in a statement.

Morgan, who first appeared in Supernatural‘s 2005 pilot (long live The WB!
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‘Monday Night Football’ Ratings Dip As Seahawks Beat Vikings With ‘Twd’ Love

‘Monday Night Football’ Ratings Dip As Seahawks Beat Vikings With ‘Twd’ Love
Maybe it was the hometown crowd in Emerald City, maybe it was the online cheering from long fan and The Walking Dead star Jeffrey Dean Morgan or maybe it was just strong performances on the field like that of cornerback Shaquill Griffin, but the Seattle Seahawks were in full battle mode on Monday Night Football.

Taking down the Minnesota Vikings 21-7 last night on ESPN, the Super Bowl Xlviii champions are now perched for a playoff position going into their three final games of the regular season.

Final: The @Seahawks improve to 8-5! #Seahawks #MINvsSEA

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However, for the NFL and the Disney owned cabler, last night’s Mnf was not so well positioned.

The Seattle played 8:15 – 11:15 Pm Et game between the two mid-range market teams scored a 7.9 in metered market results. That’s a bit of a tackle
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AMC Announces The Second Half of ‘The Walking Dead’ Season Nine Returns February 10th

AMC’s “The Walking Dead” will return for the second half of season nine on Sunday, February 10th at 9:00 p.m. Et/ Pt as announced by Chris Hardwick on last night’s “Talking Dead.” Hardwick also revealed that the season three premiere of “Ride with Norman Reedus” will air at midnight that same evening.

A new trailer for “The Walking Dead” season nine can be viewed, Here.

The second half of “The Walking Dead” season nine finds our groups of survivors, both old and new, continuing to deal with the impact of events that took place during the six years that have passed. Since the disappearance of Rick, many of these characters have become strangers to each other, and in some ways, strangers to themselves. What they do know is that they are in undeniable danger. They will soon realize the world just beyond does not operate as they thought.
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‘Walking Dead': So What’s Gonna Happen With Negan After His Big Mid-Season Finale Moment?

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‘Walking Dead': So What’s Gonna Happen With Negan After His Big Mid-Season Finale Moment?
(Spoilers ahead for the season 9 mid-season finale of “The Walking Dead” on AMC)

For the entirety of season 9 of “The Walking Dead” so far, Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) has been stuck in one spot: his jail cell in Alexandria. We’ve spent some time with him occasionally, as he taunts those who visit him. This week, it’s Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) who bears the brunt of Negan’s heckling.

And it’s Gabriel who seemingly made a big mistake that will change the course of Negan’s future. Late in the episode, after flustering Gabriel with his usual smack talk — Gabriel was not in the mood to deal with him because he was worried about Rosita but couldn’t see her because he was on Negan duty — Gabriel closes the cell and storms off. That night Negan discovers that the cell door is not actually locked.

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Jeffrey Dean Morgan Says He’s Game For A Supernatural Return

If we’ve learned anything from Supernatural, it’s that a character’s death is by no means a guarantee that they’ll never return. Really, Bobby bought it in season 7 and still went on to be a recurring presence. Heck, how many times have Sam and Dean Winchester themselves died? And now that the concept of alternate universes has been wholeheartedly embraced, the possibilities are endless.

So, aside from Chuck/God, who made his long awaited return in season 11, who else would you say fans have been clamoring to see show up at least one more time? The answer is simple: John Winchester, and, more specifically, as played by Jeffrey Dean Morgan.

As you probably remember, finding Dad after he went missing while hunting was the backbone of season 1. And after he traded his life for Dean’s at the beginning of season 2, Morgan’s iteration of John wasn
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