As Summer ends and True Blood's latest season draws to a close with only 2 episodes left, fans of the supernatural genre will have a fall break before another much anticipated show goes back on air.
Supernatural, the TV series with a loyal cult following returns for their seventh season on September 23. There was news of the show getting cancelled but I guess their fans clamored for more Dean and Sam, good thing we're spoiled and CW's TV Execs didn't disappoint.
Season seven finds Dean and Sam reeling from the loss of their friend. Sam's violent memories of Hell threaten to overtake him, threatening not just his life, but his brother's as well. Meanwhile, Dean struggles under the weight of a secret that threatens to tear them apart. And even as the brothers traverse the backroads of America, hunting things that go bump in the night, something is coming for them. They are about to face an enemy more canny and adaptable than any they've ever fought. As the landscape around them becomes increasingly treacherous, the tools they've come to rely upon will be stripped away. Our heroes, like so many outlaws before them, will find themselves utterly outmatched and outgunned, with no one to rely on but each other.
Meanwhile another supernatural/fairy-tale themed series, Grimm, is hitting the small screen starting October 21, Friday at 9pm, same time and slot as Supernatural. Produced by the people behind Buffy and Angel and Will & Grace's Sean Hayes.
|David Giuntoli as Nick Burkhardt & Russel Hornsby as Hank Griffin|
Grimm is a story about a detective, Nick Burkhardt, in Portland, Oregon, who after the death of his aunt learns that he's a descendant of a group of hunters named "Grimm" and he is the last of their kind. He discovers that all those scary creatures that he used to read growing up are walking amongst us and it is his mission to save us poor humans from falling prey to them.
Looks like my DVR will be busy on Friday nights.