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CW Renews Arrow, Supernatural, The Flash and More

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The CW chose not to make fans wait when it came to seven of its shows.

On Sunday, January 8, CW president Mark Pedowitz announced the renewals during the Television Critics Association press tour. Arrow, The Flash, Supergirl, Legends of Tomorrow, Supernatural, Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, and Jane the Virgin were all renewed for the 2017-2018 season.

All are veteran shows. Crazy Ex-Girlfriend, Supergirl, and Legends of Tomorrow will be coming back for their third seasons. The Flash and Jane the Virgin, meanwhile, will return for season 4 next year. Arrow, which started the network’s superhero trend, was renewed for season 6, while perennial favorite Supernatural will return for an incredible 13th season in the fall.

Not every CW program got the good news. None of the network’s new shows from 2016-2017 — Frequency, No Tomorrow, Riverdale — have scored renewals yet, while the spring’s returning programs — The 100, iZombie, The Originals — will have to wait as well.

“Early pickups of these seven series now allow our producers to plan ahead for next season and gives us a solid base to build on for next season, with original scripted series to roll out all year long,” Pedowitz told television critics of the choice to renew so many shows so early.

2016-2017 Season: What’s Renewed, Cancelled, and Picked-Up?

The state of far too many of your favorite shows (Courtesy: ABC)

Ready for your TV to change?

Well, you’d better be because it’s Upfronts time. Every May, networks meet and plot and make decisions about all of their shows, renewing some and cancelling others. It’s a bit of a bloodbath. But at the end of it, we at least know what’s coming back next year and what new shows may fill the voids left behind by particularly painful cancellations.

The end results? Check out the list of shows coming (or not) for the 2016-2017 season below — it will be updated as news comes in over the next few days.



  • Agents of SHIELD
  • American Crime
  • Black-ish
  • The Catch
  • Dr. Ken
  • Fresh Off the Boat
  • The Goldbergs
  • Grey’s Anatomy
  • How to Get Away with Murder
  • Last Man Standing
  • The Middle
  • Modern Family
  • Once Upon a Time
  • The Real O’Neals
  • Quantico
  • Scandal


  • Agent Carter
  • Blood and Oil
  • Castle
  • The Family
  • Galavant
  • The Muppets
  • Nashville
  • Of Kings and Prophets
  • Wicked City


  • Conviction
  • Designated Survivor
  • Downward Dog
  • Imaginary Mary
  • Notorious
  • Speechless
  • Still Star-Crossed
  • Time After Time
  • Untitled Katy Mixon sitcom



  • Aquarius
  • The Blacklist
  • Blindspot
  • The Carmichael Show
  • Chicago Fire
  • Chicago PD
  • Chicago Med
  • Grimm
  • Law & Order: SVU
  • Shades of Blue
  • Superstore


  • Crowded
  • Game of Silence
  • Hannibal
  • Heartbeat
  • Heroes Reborn
  • Mr. Robinson
  • Mysteries of Laura
  • The Player
  • Telenovela
  • Undateable 


  • The Blacklist: Redemption
  • Chicago Justice
  • Emerald City
  • The Good Place
  • Great News
  • Marlon
  • Midnight, Texas
  • Powerless
  • Taken
  • This Is Us
  • Timeless
  • Trial & Error
  • Untitled Mike Schur comedy



  • 2 Broke Girls
  • The Big Bang Theory
  • Blue Bloods
  • Criminal Minds
  • Elementary
  • Hawaii Five-0
  • Life in Pieces
  • Madam Secretary
  • Mom
  • NCIS
  • NCIS: Los Angeles
  • NCIS: New Orleans
  • Scorpion


  • Angel from Hell
  • CSI: Cyber
  • The Good Wife
  • Mike and Molly
  • Person of Interest
  • Rush Hour


  • Bull
  • Doubt
  • The Great Indoors
  • Kevin Can Wait
  • MacGyver
  • Man with a Plan
  • Pure Genius
  • Training Day



  • Bob’s Burgers
  • Bones (for a final season 12)
  • Brooklyn Nine-Nine
  • Empire
  • Family Guy
  • Gotham
  • The Last Man on Earth
  • Lucifer
  • New Girl
  • Rosewood
  • Scream Queens
  • The Simpsons
  • Sleepy Hollow


  • Bordertown
  • Cooper Barrett’s Guide to Surviving Life
  • Grandfathered
  • The Grinder
  • Minority Report
  • Second Chance


  • 24: Legacy
  • APB
  • Exorcist
  • Lethal Weapon
  • Making History
  • The Mick
  • Pitch
  • Prison Break
  • Shots Fired
  • Son of Zorn
  • Star



  • The 100
  • Arrow
  • Crazy Ex-Girlfriend
  • The Flash
  • iZombie
  • Jane the Virgin
  • Legends of Tomorrow
  • The Originals
  • Reign
  • Supernatural
  • The Vampire Diaries


  • Beauty and the Beast (final season airing this summer)
  • Containment


  • Frequency
  • No Tomorrow
  • Riverdale
  • Supergirl (moving from CBS for season 2)



  • Faking It (MTV)
  • House of Lies (Showtime)
  • Recovery Road (Freeform)


  • Will (TNT)

* Not all cancellations, renewals, and pick-ups are listed here, simply because it’s way too hard to keep track of them. I am adding information as I see it though.


Supernatural Season 11 Episode 16 Recap: Safe House


Supernatural’s “Safe House” was a love letter to the classics with a slice of coming home. I don’t mean classic music, cars, or shows. I mean Bobby (and Rufus.) It brought the viewer back to the beginning when things were simple (well simpler) and the only thing you had to worry about was destroying the ghost who was freaking out the new family.

Safe House was also a reminder of what was lost and what Sam and Dean still have. They wrapped this message around a tale of two FBI agents, in different times, trying to solve the same mystery. Bobby and Rufus’ journey was reflected in everything that Sam and Dean did. They entered the scene with the same cover and slightly different dispositions. You could see that Sam and Dean learned so much from Bobby by the way they carried themselves.


Solving the mystery fell along the same lines. They crossed off impossibilities and kept on trying until they found the people messing and brought them home. Even driving away from the home they were investigating mirrored how their job is never truly over. There would always be one more thing going bump in the night! As if was Bobby’s job to hunt them, it’s Sam and Dean’s now.

For a moment there I forgot how much I missed Bobby. Sure Rufus was an important part of his life, a partner for many adventures, but it’s Bobby I’ve missed with my whole heart. I’ve missed his affectionate name calling, his gruff demeanor, and those damn baseball caps. The word ‘idjit’ instantly brought me back to the days when Sam and Dean called on him for help. He was their surrogate father, the one they could depend on more than their own father. I miss the boys having that solid and dependable person in their life.

If that wasn’t bad enough…they decided to reunite Bobby and Dean for the briefest of moments. After so long this is the closest they’ve been. Without a doubt it devastated both of them. Bobby saw his boys trapped in a world that he was fighting against. He saw their end and it hurt him. Now when I look back at the moments Bobby helped Sam and Dean, everything’s amplified. He was fighting for more that just ending the apocalypse. Bobby was waiting with bated breath for any other threat that came after the two people he loved dearly. And you better believe he was preparing himself and the Winchesters for an enemy they didn’t even know was coming.


Dean’s reaction to Bobby was a different one. He’s lost his way… again. This time around he doesn’t really have anything to fight for. Humanity doesn’t count because he’s just used to it by now. It’s become a natural reflex when bad things come knocking. His brother, the one person he’s laid his life down for multiple times, no longer needs him. He’s at a lose on what to do next and the meaning of his journey. Seeing Bobby is a wakeup call. It’s a message telling him that no matter where they are in life, or how far apart they seem to be, they’re in this together. Long after people pass in Dean’s life, they’re still there watching over him and cheering him on to do better for himself and them. No one does this alone, especially Dean Winchester. He’s going to survive this for himself, for his family that’s long gone, and his stubborn brother. This is who Dean Winchester is.

So watch out Amara. I know you’re going to try and come and try to derail Dean, make him try to believe that you know him better than anyone else, but you’re wrong. You don’t know Dean Winchester and you’re not part of his journey. You’re just a passing moment on his way to finding purpose and meaning in this crazy thing called life.

Supernatural season 11 airs Wednesdays @ 9/8c on The CW.

The CW Renews Arrow, The Flash, Supernatural… and Everything Else

One network has just made a lot of fans of all of their currently airing shows very, very happy. That’s what happens when The CW renews just about everything airing for a new season.

Which shows were renewed?

  • Arrow – season 5
  • Crazy Ex-Girlfriend – season 2
  • The Flash – season 3
  • iZombie – season 3
  • Jane the Virgin – season 3
  • Legends of Tomorrow – season 2
  • The Originals – season 4
  • Reign – season 4
  • Supernatural – season 12 (yes 12… this show will out live us all)
  • The Vampire Diaries – season 8
  • The 100 – season 4

Impressively, it’s a much shorter list of shows not renewed at this point — Beauty and the Beast (which already was announced to be going into its final season) and Containment (which hasn’t premiered yet).

So sit back and relax, CW fans! Your shows aren’t going anywhere!

Supernatural Season 11 Episode 15 Recap: Beyond the Mat

The Supernatural season 11 episode titled “Beyond the Mat” tried to paint a picture about wrestling and its high entertainment value to a young Sam and Dean.

Oddly enough, none of my focus landed on that aspect because this tale was so much more. It was about choosing to be a better person and deciding on what’s right even though it’s hard. Knowing that the devil himself is parading around in Cas’ body changes everything based on this concept. Crowley is going to do what is right even though it grates his nerves. And Sam and Dean will do what’s right even though Cas chose this road to destroy Amara.

Let’s talk about it!

The Good: Rescuing Cas


Castiel chose to let Luci (Lucifer) inside of himself in the hopes that he’d destroy Amara. And while Luci is certainly looking for a weapon, he’s taken control over Hell all over again.

He has started trouble and will not stop until he’s in control. Amara won’t be his last stop and the Winchesters know it. Well Dean does. Sam took a little longer to realize that Cas was naive in his choice. He put his faith in someone who has never kept a bargain without double crossing someone. Hell, he spent a couple minutes boasting about it to Crowley. He’s not giving up Cas’ body when the time comes.

So Dean and Sam have decided that they’re going to get their family back, even if it’s by force. The Winchesters have grown and learned so much about the world since Luci’s imprisonment. He might see them as the weak boys he twisted into knots all those years ago but that’s not what they are. They are men who have accepted that this is their life, their world, and it’s full of people that are more than willing to help them.

Luci won’t know what hit him.

The Bad: Hellhounds

If you blinked you might have missed this moment. After Gunner killed the demon, a hellhound came to collect his soul. For a second Dean hesitated. He knows what it feels like to be dragged off with no hope of ever coming back. They might not have gone in-depth with it but Sam knew how much it hurt him. That’s why he kept an eye on Dean and asked him if he was alright. Sure they’ve got bigger worries, aka Amara and Luci skipping about causing trouble, but this is a part of Dean. Always will be. He can’t brush aside this pain at the reminder of his past. Instead he’ll have to endure it until he can sit back, sift through it, and breath for once in his life.

Sad thing is that time will most likely never come. Dean will either keep on enduring things in his life until they eventually collapse on him or get major therapy when their hunter journey ends. Let’s hope it’s the latter.

The Ugly: Crowley vs Luci


Luci has turned Crowley into his lap dog. He’s tried to stomp out every bit of dissension in the man who took over Hell. Somehow it didn’t die and the former King of Hell bested him (even in that horrible outfit). Luci, this mastermind and leader for eons, was tricked by a man who traded his soul for a couple extra inches on his… pecker. Food for thought there.

Even using the people who hated Crowley with a fiery passion didn’t help. Crowley killed one of his ex-minions, banged up Luci, and somehow ended up hurt, weak, and invisible. The plot thickens! What happened to him? Did he touch something on his way down? Did the hand of God zap his powers away? Or did it take more than his powers, his demon-hood? Either way Luci couldn’t see him and he was safe.

Next step is to go for help, the Winchesters. If he’s out of power, human, with a stockade of weapons to use against Luci and Amara, they’ll take him in. They’ll give him a chance, if only to survive.

Supernatural airs Wednesdays @ 9/8c on The CW.

Supernatural Season 11 Episode 14 Recap: The Vessel

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Supernatural’s “The Vessel” shows us the lengths that everyone’s willing to go to destroy Amara. This time around the boys try time travel. Yes, you didn’t read this incorrectly. I said time travel. Dean journeyed to a submarine during World War II to retrieve the Hand of God. Unfortunately the sub doesn’t survive, Dean can do nothing but watch, and Cas outs himself as Lucifer to Sam. Things never go as planned for these three.

Let’s talk about it!

Dean was meant to see how long the Men and Women of Letters have been fighting evil. Long before he was even born they’d been all over the world collecting valuable items and growing their library. They’re the protectors. That means so is he. Dean has always thought that this life they led was a solitary thing, occasionally meeting hunters along the way. (Half of them being crazy nut jobs.) This secret organization has made what the Winchesters do into an elite calling with a bountiful group of people to its name. It’s not just something that happened out of nowhere. They were meant to do this. The Men of Letters has also given them a home, somewhere they can lay their weary head to rest. It’s what they’ve always wanted. And though the burden of what they fight is great it feels lighter knowing that Dean isn’t alone in his fight.

keeps on kicking ass and taking names when it comes to the women they introduce in this show. It’s a wonder they haven’t ramped it up and made another female a lead character. They’ve proved they could do it with Joe, Ellen, Ruby, Sheriff Jody Mills, Claire Novak, and Charlie. Delphine Seydoux, played by Weronika Rosati, joins this elite group of fighters as a Woman of Letters bringing back home the Hand of God, a mystical object that everyone wants to get their hands on. She didn’t hesitate to put her life and her body on the line for something bigger than herself. Most notably she bound a spell protecting the submarine they were in with a rune carved into her skin and bound to her life. Only the bravest of individuals pull out a knife and ask to be killed to protect others and keep their history going. It’s not an easy hand but oh did she grab it!

The only problem with having these lovely ladies on Supernatural is that they keep on dying. We love what you do Supernatural. You make us cheer for women who say, “no more” in the face of insurmountable odds. SO WHY DO YOU KEEP KILLING THEM OFF? You’ve got a gold mine staring you right in the face. Take it! We can handle it and want it. (I’ll sign any petition calling for more ladies on Supernatural.) Hell I think Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, and Misha Collins would love to have a new dynamic popping up for them to explore on a weekly bases.

While we’re on Misha Collins, let’s talk Lucifer, more commonly known as Casifer. He’s taken over Hell and doesn’t seem to have any other plans besides playing on his tablet and keeping a pet aka Crowley. He’s biding his time until Sam and Dean discover a solid way to defeat Amara. Once that happens he’ll kill her off and double cross EVERYONE to stay comfortably where he is. No more ‘cage’ for him. His big reveal to the Winchesters was the cherry on top of this episode. He wanted to be caught, to have one up on the men who put him away. From here on out he’s going to play with the brothers and make sure they know whose body he’s got a hold of. If it keeps Misha having fun playing a twisted version of himself then I’m all up for it!

Do you enjoy Misha’s acting chops? Do you want more badass ladies on Supernatural? Leave us your thoughts in the comments section below!

Supernatural airs Wednesdays @ 9/8c on The CW.

Supernatural Season 11 Episode 13 Recap: Love Hurts

Supernatural’s Valentine’s Day special titled “Love Hurts” and will literally rip your heart out! Dean and Sam arrive on the scene to investigate a murder where a young woman’s heart was ripped out of her chest as a result of her affair with her boss. It’s a dangerous tale that warns you that your desires might not be what they seem. Except Dean seeing Amara. That’s a warning that something worse is going on.

Let’s talk about it!

Amara is Dean’s Deepest Desire?

Dean revealing to Sam the extent that Amara’s influence bothers him is the right step in defeating Amara. For too long Dean’s interest in Amara has had an unexplainable sexual nature to it. And surprise, Dean thinks the same thing! The Mark of Cain left them with a connection Dean fears will endanger them and make him incapable of defeating Amara.

He doesn’t understand or know yet that Sam will ultimately slay his demons (Just a saying. Amara is a god.) And Dean will slay Sam’s nightmare aka the fallen angel Lucifer in return. Teamwork at it’s best!




Evil Hairdresser Who Goes After Victim and Perpetrator?

Supernatural has dealt with tons of villains over the years. I thought we’d seen it all until the beautician from hell. This witch decided to not only destroy the man who was hurting her client but also her client. She was sick and tired of hearing the complaining and decided to kill two birds with one stone.

I’ve never seen a villain who demonstrated a lack of empathy for someone’s woes to only include that person’s death in their revenge. It’s shady and twisted beyond anything a witch has done before. With all these witches around you would expect a council (well besides the one Rowena destroyed) to keep their witches in check. Where’s the Ministry of Magic when you need them?!

Balancing the Serious with Funny

What keeps fans coming back year after year, besides the hotness of Sam and Dean, is there ability to give us the funny in the most unexpected moments. Here we have the Winchester brothers joking about hickies and being pigs while eating food. Or getting so excited at winning rock, paper, scissors before making an elegant exit to be remembered. These sneaky moments of humor keep us on our toes and sometimes draw us into a fall sense of security. Everything’s all laughs one moment and the next angst galore. Can’t help but love the Winchesters even more for being able to smile/joke around/laugh after all the things they’ve been through in life. Keep it going boys!


What would be the secret desire coming back to haunt you/aka kill you? Would you be a brooding or goofball hunter? Maybe both? Leave us your thoughts in the comments section below!

Supernatural airs Wednesdays @ 9/8c on The CW.

Supernatural Season 11 Episode 12 Recap: Don’t You Forget About Me

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Every week I’m surprised by the quality of the episodes being laid out by Supernatural. What looks like a cheesy trailer somehow turns out to be a tale about blended families that resonates with many people watching. In this episode, titled “Don’t You Forget About Me,” we see the return of Sheriff Mills, Claire, and Alex.


Now we all remember Sheriff Mills. This bamf has guest starred on Supernatural multiple times, even having one episode centered around her alone. The other two might require a little reminder. Claire is the daughter of Jimmy Novak, Castiel’s host body, who went to live with Sheriff Mills after losing her mother. Alex is a young teen who acted as a lure for a vampire nest for eight years. She was also put into Sheriff Mills’ caring hands. As usual things don’t go as planned and Claire has taken her ‘hunter’ duties a little too far, accusing everything that moves of being a monster.

Sam and Dean come onto the scene just as people start dying and things take on an otherworldly edge. Claire wasn’t just imagining things. A man who was the victim of Alex’s captivating luring actually survived! After being turned he killed his family and went after our reformed Alex at her new school. He made her believe that she was living a good life, seemingly popular, and dating the prom king of the school. That was all a lie constructed by the vengeful vampire to give her everything before swiftly taking it away.



At first glance you would think that these women are too different to work together as a unit. They fought, bickered, and got in trouble constantly (looking at you Claire) throughout the dinner with the Winchesters. But when trouble came rampaging at them head on, they banded together and took those vampires down! It didn’t matter where they came from because they were a family now. THIS right here makes Supernatural stand out amongst other shows on TV right now. It’s not common to see a ragtag group of women support each other in a secluded story devoid of men. You don’t especially see stand out female characters return over and over. Supernatural doesn’t forget the characters we love. They listen to us and give us more of them!

I would trade Amara in a heartbeat if I could have these three women joining Sam and Dean at the Men of Letters base. They’re funny, jaded, and are part of the Winchester family. Sheriff Mills even scares Sam and Dean with a single look. If that’s not family then I don’t know what is. Throw Sheriff Donna into the mix. Now that’s a spinoff I would watch! Where do I sign?

supernatural-sheriff-mills-dinner-cwEnjoyed all the badass ladies brought back in this episode of Supernatural? Leave us your thoughts in the comments section below!

Supernatural airs Wednesdays @ 9/8c on The CW.

Supernatural Season 11 Episode 11 Recap: Into the Mystic

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This week’s episode of Supernatural, titled ‘Into the Mystic’, drew us in like a banshee’s song. Sam and Dean headed off to an elderly retirement home to investigate violent deaths that happened after hearing a piercing melody in their head. We were introduced to new characters we’d love to see again and fell a little more in love with Misha Collins.

A Different Kind of Hunter

The CW and Supernatural is never afraid to try new things, this week’s episode included. We were introduced to a deaf hunter known as Eileen Leahy (Shoshannah Stern) who managed to take down the moose of a man Sam Winchester! She was brave, strong, and had a commanding presence that was not impaired by her being deaf. If anything her disability made her the ideal candidate to hunt down the banshee eluding Sam and Dean. Eileen follows a lasting Supernatural theme of fierce women taking destiny into their own hands.

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Cougar Alert

Amara better watch out, there’s another woman after Dean Winchester’s heart. Mildred Baker (Dee Wallace) had no problem flirting her way into Dean’s unexpected heart. She was fun and showed us ladies that sexuality does not die down as age increases. If anything she was more flirtatious than I’ve ever been in my life. Props for hitting on Dean and Sam in English and American Sign Language.

supernatural-1111-into-the-mystic-gif-2supernatural-1111-into-the-mystic-gif-3Castiel…I Mean Lucifer

Misha Collins, who plays Castiel, must be having a ball of a time acting as Lucifer trying to be Castiel. Confused? Half of the time we were too! Lucifer was trying to be all buddy buddy with Dean so he wouldn’t notice anything as he dug up information on Amara or anything that his heart desired. This fallen angel isn’t looking to defeat Amara for the greater good. If he destroys her he will garner support and have a chance of taking over heaven, hell, and Earth. He’s not going to give up Castiel’s body anytime soon! Bet on that one.


Other Observations:

  1. The Banshee special effects were a little B movie. Let’s hope that’s what they were going for.
  2. Can Sam and Dean always walk around in suits? It works for us!
  3. After Mildred’s help I’d like to see her and Eileen hit the road and fight the supernatural together! Who’s with me!

Enjoyed this little side trip from the Amara storyline? Loved Eileen? Leave us your thoughts in the comments section below!

Supernatural airs Wednesdays at 9/8c on The CW.

5 WTF Moments from Supernatural Season 11 Episode 10: The Devil in the Details

Supernatural always surprises, entertains, and leaves you thinking, “How did I not see that coming?” In the Season 11 winter premiere, titled “The Devil in the Details,” we explored the depths a villain would go to gain his freedom and touched unexplored areas for Sam, Dean, Crowley, and Rowena. Don’t forget the return of a signature phrase used to this day.

Let’s talk about it!

Trip Down Memory Lane

Lucy, aka Lucifer, decided that the best way to bond with Sam was to skip around in the past. He tried to make it seem like he was just showing Sam a good time by remembering the past loves and mistakes of his life. In reality he was showing Sam people he cared about and how far he’d go for someone like Dean. If he did it one time then he surely could do it again? Nope. Sam doesn’t fall for it like expected. He’s grown in the past couple years and he’s ready to accept death before sacrificing himself.

Return of Assbutt

Supernatural never fails to bring back the classics. “Assbutt” has grow in popularity as a symbol of a cute puppy-eyed angel defending his friends no matter what. Nowadays Castiel can probably slip in a few curse words without a problem, but it’s nice to think about the beginning. Maybe now they’ll think about returning to something else… their brother Adam. Bringing him up for a minute doesn’t count.

Dress in Darkness

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The world of high fashion is a strange and mysterious place. That’s the only explanation I can come up with for Amara’s dress. Or that the darkness inside of her leaked out and clouded the entire area with her essence. She just managed to suck it back into her dress and make it look like designer futuristic couture. The effect that she has on the world is something not be underestimated.

Crowley and Rowena

Let’s just glide over that opening sequence. It was beautiful, unique, and will make you want to get your own Sam doll. What we really need to talk about is the scene where Rowena confesses why she hates Crowley. He did absolutely nothing wrong to earn her scorn. She hates him because he reminds her of a weak version of herself that she’d rather forget forever. It was a heartbreaking moment that could have been explored at length if it wasn’t for Lucifer snapping her neck. Oh well, they bring back classics all the time. Maybe Rowena’s one of those now.

Castiel Is Lucifer

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In a moment that no one saw coming, Castiel accepted Lucifer inside of himself. It follows the great cycle of self-sacrifice central to this show. The showrunners had us so focused on the relationship between Sam and Dean that we didn’t even glance at Castiel. But he’s part of the Winchester family and Lucy took advantage of that. (Slimy jerk.) Misha Collins took absolute control of his new persona and we can’t wait to see how far he’s willing to go as Lucifer.

What moment blew your mind? Made you burst out into peals of laughter or weep. Tell us in the comments section below!

Supernatural airs every Wednesday at 9pm on The CW.