The wait for more "Supernatural" season 10 is almost over, as hellatus comes to an end in about a month. Fortunately, fans don't have to wait until then for a look at some art for the new season, as the CW released a new poster on Tuesday, Sept. 2.
The "Supernatural" season 10 poster (to the left) offers a look at Sam (Jared Padalecki), Dean (Jensen Ackles), Castiel (Misha Collins) and Crowley (Mark Sheppard), with hands reaching up toward them and the tag line, "Wrestle Your Demons." It's quite appropriate, don't you think? After all, season 9 ended with Dean opening his demon black eyes.
At Comic-Con, we learned from Jensen Ackles that "Demon Dean does not care…he is Dean without a care in the world. It's not comedic, it's almost scary, that he cares so little for anybody and everybody and he loves it." Meanwhile, Jared Padalecki revealed that while Sam has his "suspicions" about what happened, he finds Dean gone when he gets back to his room after trying to summon Crowley. But to save his brother, he'll "do whatever it takes," and that seems to be what Dean is hinting at when he tells his brother, " " in the sneak peek released from episode 3.
We also found out from executive producer Jeremy Carver that there will be "spins on some monsters" previously seen on the show, as well as some new ones, plus, a few familiar faces, including Sheriffs Mills and Hanscum will be back. As for the season's theme, he teased, "we're basically forcing our main characters to eventually come to a 'you are who you are'" and forcing them to make "much more stark choices."
Finally, you can also look forward to a "personal arc" for Castiel this season, as Misha Collins shared that while his character will be interacting with the Winchesters, "there will also be independence." His experiences have changed him, and after his time as a human, he can empathize more with humans.
"Supernatural" season 10 premieres Tuesday, Oct. 7 at 9 p.m. on the CW. A special retrospective, during which executive producers and stars share their favorite memories from the last nine years and tease what's still to come, will air Monday, Oct. 6 at 9 p.m. What do you think of the new poster?