With Supernatural Season 9 on hiatus until January 14, Entertainment Weekly caught up with executive producer Jeremy Carver and pumped him for information regarding his show's recent past and near future.
What we can we expect on Supernatural Season 9 Episode 10? Is Kevin really dead? Where do the brothers go from here?
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Is Kevin gone? "With any luck, being Supernatural, there will be a way to perhaps see him sometime down the line, but it’s with a very heavy heart that we see Kevin be murdered."
On Dean's future: "He’s going to do whatever it takes to track down this angel and eject him from Sam. And that’s going to lead him to making alliances that he never thought he’d be forced to make. But he’ll do anything, basically, to try to right what he, I guess, considers one of the biggest mistakes he’s ever made."
What will the tone be like? "Things are kept moving and brisk. You can throw a pity party all you’d like but there’s always a monster around the corner waiting to be killed.... no one is going to get a chance to drown his sorrows. That’s where the unlikely alliances come in and people pulling Dean out of this come into play. They keep things moving and keep it interesting, compelling."
What's next for Castiel? "Now an angel, [Castiel] is going to find himself in this angelic frame more than ever and this might be a little bit of a case of be careful what you wish for."
What standalone episodes are on tap? Tim Omundson will guest star as Cain from Cain and Abel; DJ Qualls will return as Garth; So will The Ghostfacers; The men of letter’s lore will be explored more deeply.
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