On ‘Supernatural,’ Jared Padalecki Has Honed Some Super Skills

The longer you do something, the more you learn, right? So, when it comes to Supernatural, which is now in its astonishing 13th season, Jared Padalecki must be a genius! We talked to Padalecki and asked if, over the course of the show, he’s learned any special skills. (Click on the media bar below to hear Jared Padalecki)

You can see Padalecki put those skills to use on new episodes of Supernatural, airing Thursday nights at 8/7c on The CW.

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Jared Padalecki Experiences A ‘Supernatural’ Mind Meld

When an actor has been on a TV show for more than a decade, it’s easy for the lines between his own personality and his character’s to become a bit blurred. After living with Sam Winchester as his alter ego for 13 seasons, Supernatural star Jared Padalecki says there are definitely some Sam-isms that have crept into his real life. (Click on the media bar below to hear Jared Padalecki)

Supernatural returns with new episodes Thursday January 18 at 8/7c on The CW.

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Jared Padalecki’s ‘Supernatural’ Sneak Preview

Jared PadaleckiVery few TV shows make it to their 13th season, but that’s exactly what Supernatural has done. The long-running drama continues to be a big draw for The CW, and even after 264 episodes, star Jared Padalecki thinks the show’s storylines are as strong as ever going into the new season. In fact, Padalecki gave us a preview of what we can expect when it returns. (Click on the media bar below to hear Jared Padalecki

The Supernatural season premiere is Tuesday, October 12 on The CW.

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Movies on DVD


Growth begins with a 1989 breakthrough in advanced parasitic research. The research gives scientists a jump in human evolution giving the test subjects heightened physical and mental strength. That is until it goes terribly wrong and produces a bad-boy parasite that has killed off three fourths of the population. Now the remaining group of people running for their lives.

Special Features: Audio commentary with Writer/Producer/Director, Gabriel Cowan and Producer Amiee Clark as well as Actors Mircea Monroe, Christopher Shand and Nora Kirkpatrick, Growth in Development: behind the scenes featurette with cast/crew interviews, Korea Online: How Director Gabriel Cowan directed a scene in Seoul, Korea from Los Angeles via online camera, deleted scenes, plus the theatrical trailer.


Solitary Man stars Michael Douglas as a man headed for a professional and personal crisis of his own making.

Special Features: Audio commentary with Writer/Directors Brian Koppelman, David Levien and Actor Douglas McGrath, Solitary Man: Alone in a Crowd – behind the scenes with the cast of Solitary Man, the theatrical trailer, deleted and extended scenes, plus a making-of featurette.


Killers stars Ashton Kutcher and Katherine Heigl as newlyweds who are fighting for their lives when they learn that their neighbor may be planning to off them.

Special Features: Killer Chemistry: behind the scenes with the Killers’ cast and crew, gags, deleted, alternate and extended scenes.



It’s the Great Pumpkin, Charlie Brown is a classic Peanuts Halloween special that finds Charlie Brown at odds with Lucy at Violet’s Halloween party, plus his buddy Linus is searching for the Great Pumpkin and manages to convince Charlie Brown’s sister Sally that he’s real and to go on the hunt with him.

Special Features: A bonus episode and documentary.


Bugs Bunny’s Howl-oween Special finds Bugs Bunny making the holiday rounds dressed as a witch. Unfortunately Witch Hazel thinks Bugs is a real witch who is encroaching on her own turf.

Special Features: Interactive menu-based puzzle game that when completed plays a Looney Tunes clip.


Less Than Perfect: Season One stars Sara Rue as Claudio “Claude” Casey, a woman working in TV news, who isn’t appreciated by the rest of her coworkers. The four-disc set contains all 22 episodes from that first season. The series also stars Eric Roberts, Andy Dick and Sherri Shepherd.


Chuck: The Complete Third Season is when Chuck Bartowski (Zachary Levi) begins to find his footing as a genuine spy. It’s also the season where he wrestles most with his feelings for fellow spy, Sarah Walker (Yvonne Strahovski).

Special Features: Chuck-Fu… and Dim Sum: becoming a spy guy, the Jeffster Revolution: the definitive mockumentary, declassified scenes and a gag reel.


Smallville: The Complete Ninth Season is from the early years of Superman as he begins his crime fighting career.

Special Features: Kneel Before Zod featurette: an in-depth look at the dynamic criminal from Krypton, his origins in DC‘s silver age, and his various appearances in more recent film, animation, and live-action television, Justice for All featurette: meet with Smallville‘s creative team as they bring the Justice Society of America, one of the comic world’s most iconic teams of superheroes, to television for the first time, cast/creator commentaries on episodes Idol and Kandor, plu unaired scenes.


Supernatural: The Complete Fifth Season has brothers Sam and Dean Winchester (Jared Padalecki, Jensen Achles) fighting evil forces from the unknown.

Special Features: Supernatural: Apocalypse Survival Guides, Bobby’s exclusive video collection, Ghostfacers: the web series, Producer/Writer commentary on episode four, the end, unaired scene from episode nine, the real ghostbusters, plus a gag reel.


The Office: Season Six features Steve Carell as the boss from Hell, in a company being film for a documentary.

Special Features: Deleted scenes, featurettes and webisodes.


Criminal Minds: Season Five follows the cases of the behavioral unit at the FBI as they search for serial killers, terrorists and more.

Special Features: Case Files: Subjects Unknown, Break, Grim, Darkness, Dante, Deserted, Fear the Reaper, Celebrating 100, Gubler direct material witness, a gag reel and on-air promos.


Jason’s coming back.

The villain who’s defied death more often than Evil Knievel is making another appearance on the big screen. Sources saying that New Line and Platinum Dunes are moving forward on a new “Friday the 13th” and that Damian Shannon and Mark Swift, who wrote the recently released reboot, beginning work on a script for a new picture.

There’s a catch, though. (For the complete story, click the link below):