Revolution Casts Trio of Supernatural Alums

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Eric Kripke is taking full advantage of his Supernatural roots.

The former CW producer is bringing a trio of his former acting colleagues to NBC's Revolution, which bowed last week to the highest numbers of any network premiere in three years.

Mark Pellegrino (Lucifer on Supernatural) will portray a militia officer on the October 1 installment, while Todd Stashwick (Dracula on Supernatural) will play a drug lord on the sixth episode and Colin Ford (a young Sam Winchester) will then appear a week later as the brother of an abducted boy.

Revolution revs back up with episode number-two on Monday. Watch the official NBC promo for it above.

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I knew this would happen! I knew Kripke wouldn't do revolution without some supernatural. If Revolution really gets renewed for other seasons I bet Jared and Jensen could appear too.


awesome!we get to see Mark Pellegrino again!miss him as lucifer!


Mark Sheppard will be on this show one day. He's in bloody everything.


When in comes to Spn extras Mark Pellegrino, Mark Sheppard and Sebastian Roche are all over the board.