CAPS

I have added DVD caps of Jared in the following Gilmore Girls episodes:

2×06 Presenting Lorelai Gilmore
2×08 The Ins and Outs of Inns
2×09 Run Away, Little Boy
2×10 The Bracebridge Dinner

BuddyTV’s ‘Supernatural’ Autographed T-Shirt Giveaway

I bet you’ve all been anxiously awaiting the first new Supernatural episode of the new year! But January 31 and episode “Malleus Maleficarum” is almost upon us.

To tide us through until then, BuddyTV has a really exciting contest. We are giving away one t-shirt (brown with “Supernatural” written in orange block letters across the chest) that has been autographed by both Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki. Size M.

More information is HERE

Supernatural Magazine #2 and EyeCon News

EyeCon, Ten Inch Hero, and a sneak peak at Supernatural Magazine Issue #2
EyeCon, a fantasy/science fiction, anime, and comic book convention, has added two more guests from Supernatural. Gabriel Tigerman, who played the popular character Andy Gallagher, and Steve Carlson, who wrote the song “Night Time,” which was used in the first season episode “Provenance,” have both been added. The convention has also announced a screening of Jensen Ackles’ (who plays Dean Winchester) upcoming movie Ten Inch Hero. The independent film about four friends who work in a quirky sandwich shop has generated some buzz, but hasn’t found a distributor or release date yet. Previously announced guests at EyeCon were Jared Padalecki, who plays Sam Winchester, as well as Samantha Ferris (who plays bar owner Ellen Harvelle), Alona Tal (who plays Ellen’s daughter Jo), Chad Lindberg (who portrayed the mulleted computer genius Ash), and Sandra McCoy, who had a recent guest appearance as a crossroads demon. EyeCon takes place April 4-8, 2008 in Orlando, Florida.

As reported on MovieWeb, the second issue of the official Supernatural magazine goes on sale January 22. The issue features interviews with Jared Padalecki, Jeffrey Dean Morgan (who portrayed Sam and Dean’s demon-hunting father, John), Lauren Cohan (who plays the mercenary Bela Talbot in season three), and show executive producer Robert Singer.

The CW Announces Schedule Changes, Moves “Supernatural”

Supernatural will lose its time slot and its lead in
The CW has announced some schedule changes as a result of the writer’s strike. Among them, according to The Futon Critic, on February 28, when the cult hit Supernatural runs out of new episodes, the network’s freshman series Reaper will move into Supernatural’s time slot Thursday nights at 9, right after Smallville. TV Guide says Supernatural will begin airing the remainder of its already filmed episodes January 31.

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