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Message  Glass Heart le Jeu 12 Mar - 14:32

Voici un lien avec une nouvelle Interview de Sera.

Je ne met que le lien car l'interview est très longue.

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Message  Glass Heart le Ven 20 Nov - 18:38

New Sera interview It’s going to be a long lonely holiday season for Supernatural fans. Following last night’s emotional cliffhanger—two beloved characters died, then Death (one of the Four Horseman of the Apocalypse) was exhumed—Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) Winchester will be missing from TV screens for a two-month hiatus. So we asked executive producer Sera Gamble to share some upcoming plot points.

We need some teasers to get us through a cold dark December without Supernatural. What can we look forward to?
We are continuing to deal with the overarching storyline of the Apocalypse. The personal cost for our boys is real; they will suffer in every possible way. This season has been really funny but also very dark. The Supernatural palate has escalated due to the Apocalypse. We’re able to tell stories on a slightly larger scale.

Can you give us some peeks at those stories?
We have several closed-ended episodes. In the first [“Sam, Interrupted,” airing January 14], the boys are contacted by a hunter who had worked a case that was so traumatic that he went crazy. He’s been voluntarily living in an insane asylum and something not right is happening there, and he calls the boys. So Sam and Dean check themselves in. The challenge of an episode like this is that it’s well-trodden territory in horror movies and television shows, so we made sure we had a different take. You don’t have to be crazy to be a hunter, but it helps. That’s what Sam and Dean explore. We’re also doing our twist on a zombie story. It’s different from the Croatoan virus zombies. These are post-modern with lots of personality.

Don’t they chomp on flesh?
I can’t say too much. [Laughs] They’re not necessarily bad zombies. At least not right off the bat. They’re zombies that make you think.

Will we finally see God?
Not any time soon, but people are definitely looking for him. It’s an ongoing quest for Castiel [Misha Collins]. It’s vitally important for him and increasingly interesting for the boys. Historically Sam has more faith. The jury is out for Dean as to whether or not God currently exists. We might be the only show on the CW actively searching for God.

Has God been cast yet? Misha Collins told me it would be cool if it were Miley Cyrus.
[Laughs] I can’t tell you anything about God.

What’s Lucifer’s next move?
You’ll be seeing more of Lucifer. I really dig the actor [Mark Pellegrino]. You’ll learn more about how his taking Sam over figures into his plans. And how he came to find Nick, who’s his current [host]. And you will definitely start to understand the Archangel Michael’s perspective. He’s trying to become embodied and Dean is the only possible vessel for him. He’s not walking around in the here and now, so we have to be creative in introducing Michael. You will meet him.

Are there any holiday deconstructions this year, like you’ve done with the pagan roots of Christmas and Halloween?
We will be doing a very dark and sinister Valentine’s Day episode. It’s an exploration of the nature of love and desire, which can be very destructive.

Anything else you can share?
We’re also doing a body swap episode, Sam with a human—that’s all I will say. Fans have been clamoring for it for five seasons. The last thing I can tell you is that we will be further exploring the secrets of the Winchester family and Sam and Dean’s past. There’s more to reveal there.

Any Winchester family members showing up?
Yeah, actually. You might get a flashback here and there.

Still hoping for a return from Jeffrey Dean Morgan?
Let me tell you, we’ll do back flips the day we hear he’s available to play John Winchester again.

http://www.tvguidemagazine.com/supernatural/winter-with-the-winchesters-3293.html


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Re: New Sera Interview

Message  Glass Heart le Dim 29 Nov - 19:03

Traduction de l'interview de Sera.

Supernatural : Révélations de Sera Gamble sur les prochains épisodes (spoilers)

Ce sera un hiver long et en solitaire pour les fans de Supernatural. Suite au cliffhanger émouvant du dernier épisode de jeudi dernier – deux personnages appréciés du public ont perdu la vie, alors que la Mort (un des Quatre Cavaliers de l’Apocalypse) a été exhumée – Sam et Dean Winchester disparaitront des écrans de télévision pour une pause de deux mois. La productrice Sera Gamble nous dévoile des éléments clés des prochains épisodes à TV Guide Magazine.

Nous avons besoin d’informations avant ce mois de décembre froid et obscur sans Supernatural. Au quoi devons-nous nous attendre ?
Sera Gamble : Nous allons continuer d’explorer tout cet arc scénaristique autour de l’Apocalypse. Le prix à payer pour les frères est bien réel et ils souffriront de toutes les manières possibles. Cette saison a été très drôle mais aussi très sombre. Le rythme de Supernatural s’est accéléré en raison de l’Apocalypse. Nous sommes désormais capables de raconter des histoires de plus grande envergure.

Pouvez-vous ne donner une avant goût de ces histoires ?
SG : Nous avons quelques épisodes qui sont des stand-alone. Dans le premier (ndlr : 5x11 Sam Interrupted, qui sera diffusé le 21 janvier 2010), les frères seront contactés par un chasseur qui a travaillé sur une affaire si traumatisante qu’il en est devenu fou. Il vit volontairement dans un asile pour fous et quelque chose de louche s’y produit et il les contacte. Donc, Sam et Dean mènent l’enquête à leur tour. Le défi d’un épisode comme celui-ci est que ce thème a déjà été abordé dans les films d’horreur et dans les séries télés, donc nous nous sommes assurés d’avoir fait quelque chose de différent. Vous ne devez pas être fou pour être un chasseur, mais ça aide. C’est ce que Sam et Dean vont découvrir. Nous allons également revenir sur une histoire liée aux zombies. C’est différent de ceux qui ont été atteints par le virus Croatoan. Ils sont dans un style post moderne et ils ont beaucoup de personnalité.

Leur chair s’effrite-t-elle ?
SG : Je ne peux pas trop en dire. [rires] Ce ne sont pas nécessairement de mauvais zombies. Du moins, pas à l’écran. Ce sont des zombies qui font réfléchir.

Verra-t-on enfin Dieu ?
SG : Pas dans l’immédiat, mais des gens le recherchent. C’est une quête pour Castiel (Misha Collins). C’est plus que vital pour lui et ça suscite de plus en plus l’intérêt des frères. Dans les précédentes saisons, nous avons appris que Sam est celui qui a le plus la foi. En revanche, pour Dean, c’est autre chose, étant donné qu’il est sceptique quant à l’existence de Dieu. Nous pourrions bien être la seule série de la CW qui soit activement à la recherche de Dieu.

Avez-vous choisi qui l’incarnera ? Misha Collins nous a révélé que ça pourrait être cool si Miley Cyrus l’interprétait.
SG : [Rires] Je ne peux rien vous dire au sujet de Dieu.

Quelle sera la prochaine étape pour Lucifer ?
SG : Vous verrez davantage Lucifer. J’aime vraiment approfondir le personnage Mark Pellegrino. Vous en apprendrez davantage sur l’utilité de prendre Sam comme hôte dans son plan. Et comment il est venu trouver Nick, qui est son hôte actuel. Et vous commencerez à comprendre toute cette histoire du point de vue de Michael, l’Archange. Il essaye de s’incarner physiquement et Dean est le seul hôte possible pour lui. Il n’est pas dans les alentours à l’heure actuelle, donc nous devons nous montrer créatifs dans la manière de l’introduire. Vous allez le rencontrer.

Y aura-t-il des épisodes spéciaux cette année, comme vous l’avez fait avec les origines païennes pour Noël et Halloween ?
SG : Nous allons faire un épisode spécial Saint Valentin très sombre et sinistre. C’est une découverte sur la nature de l’amour et du désir, ce qui peut être une chose très destructrice.

D’autres choses à nous révéler ?
SG : Nous allons également faire un épisode sur les échanges de corps, Sam est concerné et ce sera avec un humain – c’est tout ce que je dirai. Les fans ont attendu ce moment depuis cinq saisons. La dernière chose que je peux vous dire c’est que nous explorerons davantage les secrets de la famille Winchester, le passé de Dean et Sam également. Il y aura beaucoup de choses à révéler.

Est-ce qu’un membre de la famille Winchester va apparaître ?
SG : En fait oui. Vous pourriez avoir droit à des flashbacks ici et là.

Espérez-vous toujours que Jeffrey Dean Morgan revienne ?
SG : Laissez-moi vous dire une chose, nous ferons des saltos arrière le jour où nous saurons qu’il sera disponible pour revenir interpréter John Winchester.

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Re: New Sera Interview

Message  Glass Heart le Mar 1 Déc - 11:39

A little spoilery in http://www.thewinchesterfamilybusiness.com/article-list/27-news-and-announcements/4062-interview-with-supernatural-executive-producer-sera-gamble.html

Quotes: "... Abandon All Hope was the first time I actually cried watching a director’s cut. At first I thought maybe I was just having one of those days, but I checked in with the other writers… I don’t want to incriminate anybody, so I will just say that one or more male producers also shed what we like to refer to as A Single Perfect Man-Tear....the 100th episode is coming up! Party, of course. My only firm plan is to have a couple of drinks with the crew. Bob Singer promised he’d play guitar..."

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Message  Glass Heart le Mar 1 Déc - 15:13

Sera Gamble interview
Tuesday, 01 December 2009
Spoilers alert! Click here for The Winchester Family Business interview with Supernatural writer and producer, Sera Gamble.

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Message  Glass Heart le Mer 2 Déc - 12:04

NEW Sera Gamble Interview by Alice Jester

December 1st, 2009 — Under: News and Sites Updates, spoiler — Posted by: shaula

Alice Jester, from te site The Winchester Family Business.com has a new interview with the writer and producer Sera Gamble.

Sera talks about the season so far, the 100th episode, the interest of Michael in Dean and a little about the next fresh episode, 4.11 - Sam Interrupted.

So… Spoilers ahead!

You can read and comment it HERE.

Or…

Interview with Supernatural Executive Producer Sera Gamble

By Alice Jester

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This is the part where I still get to feel like the luckiest person alive. Sera Gamble, Executive Producer for Supernatural, was again kind enough to answer some burning questions that surfaced during the first half of this apocalyptic fifth season. Considering the lengthy list I sent her, which included a lot of my own tough questions along with ones from the other writers on this site, I’m thrilled with what she sent back.

Sera, just like my previous interviews with her, is coy with spoilers, although she does drop a couple about the next episode due to air on January 21st, “Sam, Interrupted.” As you all remember, the preview shows the boys in a mental hospital. She also offers some teasers about the archangel Michael and his interest in Dean, what she thought about some of the episodes already aired and plans for the 100th episode. She did avoid some speculative questions about season six, the future direction of the brotherly relationship, and season five ratings so far, so we graciously accept her silence as a “no comment” for those.

So, I’ll issue the warning now, SPOILERS AHEAD. For even the worst of spoilerphobes though, it’s mostly Sera having fun with us. Which I do love.

Remember, we are uber fans on this site, so the questions tend to be a bit more detailed than the normal “Give us some juicy spoilers.” After all, we are a curious bunch here at The Winchester Family Business. So if the questions seem longer than the answers at times, that’s just the way we roll.

Anyway, on with the Q & A. Enjoy!

———————–

Alice: So, this isn’t the warm and fuzzy apocalypse after all, is it? This Lucifer guy is pretty dangerous. He wants to wipe out humans, he wants to wipe out demons, and he doesn’t care too much for angels either. Is his goal pretty much to be the last being in the universe? When plotting his storyline, what is Lucifer’s main motivation?

SG: More of Lucifer’s plan will be revealed as the season goes on. Can’t lay it all out for you without spoiling future episodes!

Alice: I’m still trying to wrap my head around how these angels keep bringing up the parallels between Michael and Lucifer and Dean and Sam. Are they doing it to justify their concept of pre-destiny? Don’t they see Sam and Dean have reconciled from their betrayal of each other and are determined to fight together? Or does none of that matter to them once the betrayal is done?

SG: Sam and Dean may have reconciled, but that doesn’t negate the parallels between their history and Lucifer and Michael’s. Their family stories are still eerily similar. And yeah, from the angels’ perspective, it’s all well and good that Sam and Dean think they’re gonna fight together—but they’re the predestined vessels, so ultimately they’re gonna give in.

Elle: Lucifer was able to take hold of his back-up vessel in lieu of Sam. Any chance that Michael has a back-up and we’ll be able to meet this character without Dean’s consent to being “an angel condom”?

SG: You will meet Michael soon. I can’t say more about the form he will take.

Karen: Is Michael planning to approach Dean himself about becoming his vessel? I realize Dean couldn’t withstand Castiel’s true voice but I would think he would be able to hear Michael’s since they are destined to be together.

SG: Yes, Michael’s going to approach Dean. No, Dean cannot tolerate hearing angels’ true voices.

Elle2: Any hints on when Dean is going to get his amulet back – or isn’t he?

SG: The amulet figures into an upcoming episode. If I directly answer your question, I’ll give too much away about both Dean and Cass. Not to mention God.

Alice: There is something the Trickster/Gabriel said that’s still sticking with me. “And it’s going to end bloody for all of us. That’s just how it’s gonna be.” No matter what Sam and Dean do, people close to them die (or get paralyzed) and they can’t stop these foretold events from happening. In the writer’s room, do you guys question what it is about these guys that motivates them to get out of bed in the morning? Do you see Sam and Dean ever hitting a breaking point? Or does the next episode in the nut house answer that question?

SG: We touch on this in the mental hospital episode, yes. We regularly comment in the writers’ room that they function under an impossible amount of stress. But hey, that’s what makes ‘em heroes.

Jasminka: As a therapist who treats trauma survivors and terminally ill patients I’ve been amazed by the psychological continuity this show managed to establish. Taken from what we know of Sam and Dean, their personalities are so well-drawn that their reactions are absolutely organic, especially after their traumatic experiences (I see many or those reactions on an every day basis when speaking to people who have survived war or torture in war). I’d love to know - do you seek psychological advice in these matters or does it come out of the writers’ room just as organically? How much do you actually discuss the psychological impact of the traumas the brothers survive?

SG: We talk about the brothers’ psychology all the time. This inspired an upcoming episode where Sam and Dean have to check themselves into a mental hospital to deal with a monster. We thought it would be funny if they got admitted simply by telling the truth about themselves. We played the diagnosis part for laughs, but we also got into the reality of how these guys live. At one point Dean lists how much he drinks, how little he sleeps, how few connections he’s had, and you’re hit by how deeply troubled he actually is. It’s a miracle he and Sam keep it together.

Elle2: Any insight into Bobby’s continued development in the second half of Season 5?

SG: A case will bring Sam and Dean to Bobby’s town. That episode brings new insight into Bobby’s current state of mind and also expands his backstory.

Tigershire: Will we see Anna again? If no, will we ever find out what happened to her? My assumption was she was dragged back to Heaven for reprogramming, but considering recent turn of events - perhaps a more, permanent, decision was made?

SG: Anna’s in an upcoming episode. You’re right, she was taken to Heaven for reprogramming when Castiel turned her in. The episode will explain what happened after that.

Alice: As far as the standalone episodes go this season, I think they’ve been very strong. How cool was that to get Chad Everett to play older Dean in “The Curious Case of Dean Winchester?” Was he awesome or what?

SG: We loved Chad as Dean. He brought so much enthusiasm to the part—he really did his homework, and he captured lots of little mannerisms and quirks. That’s on top of looking a lot like Jensen. Couldn’t have asked for better.

Alice: “Changing Channels” was a huge conversation piece at the recent “Salute to Supernatural” convention in Chicago. Everyone loved its mad genius (as do I). Was that a collaborative effort among the writers, or did all those TV show parodies actually come from Jeremy Carver’s twisted (but brilliant) mind?

SG: Each episode is collaborative. No brilliant episode is ever brought to fruition in a cave—and you certainly can’t lay the blame for a crappy one on a single writer’s head. That said, this episode was Jeremy’s idea, and he carried it through a head-spinning break to take it from merely clever to grounded and important within the mythology of our show. It’s one of his gifts, as you can tell from other episodes he’s written. He really does deserve all the admiration you’re aiming at him.

Tigershire: Do episodes like “Abandon All Hope” make you cry too?

SG: Abandon All Hope was the first time I actually cried watching a director’s cut. At first I thought maybe I was just having one of those days, but I checked in with the other writers… I don’t want to incriminate anybody, so I will just say that one or more male producers also shed what we like to refer to as A Single Perfect Man-Tear.

Elle2: You’ve grown from writer to supervisor of other writers to producer and executive producer. If given the chance to shed all the responsibilities and only concentrate on writing, would you do it? Why or why not?

SG: No way. Writing’s the hardest part of the job. It gets easier as you get more experienced—but it never gets easy. All those non-writing responsibilities let me engage other parts of my brain for part of the day. It’s a relief.

Faellie: It seems to me that writing for a long television series may be different from writing for almost anything else, because there’s the possibility of an on-going collaboration between actors and writers, each constantly bringing something new to what we see on screen. Has the way you write any of the characters in Supernatural changed because of the way they’ve been played?

SG: I try to write all the recurring characters with the strengths of the actors in mind. It’s a perk of the job, getting to know an actor that well.

Karen: When the series does come to an end do you have a different take on how you would of like things to wrap up with the brothers? Or are you completely of the same mindset as Mr. Kripke?

SG: I think Eric and I are on the same page about it.

Alice: What’s the next episode you’ll be writing?

SG: I just finished an episode that takes us back in time to revisit Young John and Mary Winchester.

Alice: Wow, the 100th episode is coming up! Who’d have thunk? Any big plans for that one in particular?

SG: Party, of course. My only firm plan is to have a couple of drinks with the crew. Bob Singer promised he’d play guitar. You didn’t mean the actual content of the episode, did you?

———-

Sounds like it’ll be one great party! A well deserved one too. Thanks again to Sera Gamble for taking time to answer our probing questions. This hiatus all of a sudden just got longer.

http://supernaturalfansonline.com/2009/12/01/new-sera-gamble-interview-by-alice-jester/#more-1732


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Message  Glass Heart le Mer 20 Jan - 10:20

Sam and Dean's Freaky February
by Ileane Rudolph January 19, 2010 10:04 AM EST

The boys are back! Supernatural, the People's Choice Award winner for Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy series finally returns on January 21. TV Guide Magazine told you all about that first episode-Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) check into a psychiatric hospital and things get all mental-and creepy of course. We asked executive producer Sera Gamble to share with us some more of what the show has to offer in the coming months. Look for tragedy, pathos and plenty of black humor.

On February 4, you’re doing a “Back to the Future” episode when Sam and Dean time travel to 1978. What are they attempting to do?
Sam and Dean go back to try to save their mom and dad-from a threat that also travels back in time from 2020-Terminator style.

What are the consequences if they don’t succeed-or they do?
If the baddie succeeds, Mary and John [Amy Gumenick and Matthew Cohen, above] will be murdered-and Sam and Dean will never be born. So, you could say the stakes are pretty high for the guys.

Is it a heartbreaker?
Definitely. Sam seeing his parents is heart-wrenching-particularly his mom, because she died when he was just a baby. When he first meets her, he’s so overwhelmed he can’t even speak. But I think the most heartbreaking story is Mary’s. She’s done everything she can to leave hunting behind and have a normal life with John. But as the episode unfolds, we see her realize she can never escape.

For Valentine’s Day you have “My Bloody Valentine,” airing February 11, with a Cupid. This being Supernatural, what kind of havoc does he or she create?
Well, for starters, he shows up stark naked and gunning for hugs! Sam and Dean are investigating a series of gory murder/suicides-all people who were desperately in love. They suspect the culprit may be the supernatural being who made the matches to begin with-a Cupid [played by Southland’s Lex Medlin, as first reported by EW.com] gone rogue. So they capture and interrogate him. All I can say is, he is a very loving dude. It's hilarious.

What else can we look forward to before your Olympic break?
Anna [Julie McNiven], the fallen angel, will make a reappearance. You’ll find out what happened after Castiel [Misha Collins] turned her in last season.

How is the Apocalypse storyline advanced? Do any more harbingers of doom appear?
The Horsemen are active in upcoming episodes-you'll meet Famine, and find out some of what Death has been doing since Lucifer [Mark Pellegrino] raised him. Other upcoming episodes will also touch on events and creatures from the Book of Revelation. One involves the dead rising-in the form of zombies who seem so benign and reasonable that Dean and Sam are torn: They’re technically monsters, but are they a problem that needs to be solved?

Anything else you can tease?
The search for God will soon yield a solid lead. The Archangel Michael will be introduced. We will answer the question, “What does Castiel act like when he's drunk off his ass?” And the brothers will go to Heaven. Yes, actual Heaven.

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Re: New Sera Interview

Message  Glass Heart le Jeu 28 Jan - 17:52

WinchesterBros.com Exclusive - Q&A with Supernatural Writer and Executive Producer, Sera Gamble
Thursday, 28 January 2010

With the return of Supernatural for the back half of its fifth (and possibly final?) season, we asked Supernatural's writer and executive producer, Sera Gamble, if she would be willing to answer a few questions and she kindly agreed; the interview was done via email. Beware, fifth season spoilers ahead!

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Message  Glass Heart le Ven 16 Avr - 21:47

New Sera Interview :

Spoilery about the 100th and S6 in http://www.buddytv.com/articles/supernatural/exclusive-supernatural-intervi-35923.aspx

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Message  Glass Heart le Jeu 13 Mai - 10:17

Sur ce lien une nouvelle interview de Sera :

‘Supernatural’ looks to Season 6By Greg David

2010-05-13

Sam and Dean return to their roots next year
The final battle is about to begin. In one corner, Sam Winchester (Jared Padelecki), a bunch of demons, Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino) and the denizens of hell.
In the other, Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles), a legion of angels (led by Misha Collins as Castiel) and those up in heaven. At stake? Nothing more than the future of humankind and earth.
So it’s pretty safe to say that the result of Supernatural’s May finale, the aptly titled “Swan Song,” will steer where the series goes in Season 6. After all, the heaven-versus-hell story arc took up almost every episode this year, and it ends tonight.
Some say not a moment too soon. There have been those (me included) who think the war between God and the Devil has been dragged out too long, what with tales of four horsemen, demons aplenty and dozens of irksome angels.
“Our main concern was not to slice the mythology thinner to drag it out any longer than it was designed to,” says Supernatural executive producer Sera Gamble. “That seems like a mean thing to do to viewers in exchange for making you successful and keeping you on the air. We want existing storylines to run their course, and then we figure it’s our job to bring in new stories.”
To that end, Gamble – who cut her TV teeth as a writer finalist in the HBO reality series Project Greenlight 2 – announces that next season deals with life after the Apocalypse. “We will have lots of meat-and-potatoes closed-ended episodes, and we also have a season-long story arc to weave in,” she says.
That’s a great thing, and something Sam alluded to in last week’s episode. “Remember when we just used to fight Wendigoes?” the lanky Winchester lamented to his stocky brother, a nod to Season 1’s first episode.
That return to form is accented by a swap behind the scenes. Creator Eric Kripke is stepping into a consultant’s role, and Gamble is moving into Kripke’s seat as showrunner.


But don’t expect huge changes on-camera. After all, the strength of CW’s hit continues to be the playful banter between Sam and Dean, often played out with classic rock thumping in the background, as they blow ghosts and ghouls to smithereens.
“I feel like I helped raise these two little brothers,” Gamble says with pride. “They’ve deepened so much over the years and they continue to evolve.”
The banter extends beyond the acting cast, and to the series’ sets. Eagle-eyed fans (again, like me) may have noticed that the hotel rooms the Winchesters frequent are numbered in accordance with what episode it is (Room 100 for Episode 100). Gamble confesses that the production team cooks up the Easter eggs.
“It’s about visually supporting the story being told, often in a sly way that sort of winks at the audience,” she reveals. “Check out the room number on the door in the Casa Erotica tape in ‘Hammer of the Gods.’” (I won’t spoil it for you. Go check it out for yourselves.)
But what Gamble won’t reveal are details regarding the rumour that Bobby (Jim Beaver), who is a father figure to the boys, will meet his demise on Thursday night.
With Bobby’s soul being held for ransom by demon Crowley (Mark Sheppard) to ensure the Winchesters don’t turn on him during the holy war, it seems Bobby will become collateral damage.

“I can’t tell you what happens in the finale,” Gamble teases. “I want you to be surprised.”
The Supernatural season finale airs Thursday, May 13, at 9 p.m. ET on SunTV/CW.
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She talks about God and endings.

Quotes: "...We knew we were returning for another season well before Eric [Kripke] sat down to write the finale. So, the episode you saw was the story he worked on from the beginning..."

io9: Did you guys change "Swan Song" at all after you got picked up for another season? Was that how you were always going to end the series?

SG: We knew we were returning for another season well before Eric [Kripke] sat down to write the finale. So, the episode you saw was the story he worked on from the beginning. As for whether or not the episode resembles Eric's vision of the series finale, had the story ended there ... this is a great question for someone to ask Eric. I'd feel weird speaking for him about what was in his head.

When I talked to you guys at Comic-Con back in the mists of time, [then-showrunner Eric] Kripke mentioned that we'd be meeting God this season. Does that mean we actually did meet God, and now we're left guessing about who it was (Chuck, Crowley, Joshua, etc.)? Or did you guys decide to leave God out of the picture?

Supernatural's showrunner Sera Gamble talks about God and endings I love a good God debate, so it's nice to hear we got one going this season. We purposely left a bit of room for interpretation. Although many of your readers probably just read that sentence and rolled their eyes because they feel like we made it all very obvious by the end.

Nobody thought it was obvious! Do you mean Chuck is the obvious answer, or that you really did leave it open?

Don't ask me to squish the God debate! How many TV shows can say their fans are talking about THAT stuff?

Can you give us any broad hints about what to expect next season? Anything. That was such an intense cliffhanger. We're dying here!

We've been asked to maintain short-term radio silence re: season six teasers. So, raincheck on that.

Well, it was a great season finale - we really loved it.

It takes a village to explode Misha Collins like that. And in seriousness— I don't want to speak for everyone, but as someone who's been with the show since season one, the episode meant a lot to me.

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Une interview intéressante de Sera Gamble est dispo sur le quartier, ainsi que la traduction qui va avec :
http://supernatural.hypnoweb.net/url-transitoire.70.1611/
J'aime bien Sera, elle a l'air d'avoir le contrôle, de savoir ce qu'elle fait et j'aime beaucoup sa vision des choses. Je pense que Kripke n'aurait pas pu choisir meilleur successeur.
Et j'aime bien parce qu'à chaque fois que l'un des membres de la SPN Team parle, il s'exprime toujours au nom de l'équipe, et ne s'attribue jamais tout le mérite, je trouve ça cool, encore une belle preuve de l'esprit d'équipe qui règne dans le staff SPN.

A one-on-one with 'Supernatural's new woman in charge, Sera Gamble
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Shades of gray in the 'noir' new season of 'Supernatural'
Tuesday, 03 August 2010

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It's a good year to be Sera Gamble. Having been involved with the CW's cult hit 'Supernatural' since its inception, Gamble has confidently ascended the ranks from writer to executive producer to her latest role as showrunner of the stalwart drama, which is now entering its sixth season.

TV Squad caught up with Gamble at the Television Critics Association's press tour to pick her brain on what's in store for Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) in season 6, and just what's become of everyone's favorite classic car.

Spoilers ahead.

Having penned the first episode of season six, Gamble was able to reveal a little more about where our favorite demon-hunting duo will be when we meet the Winchesters again, one year later. "Dean has been retired from hunting; he hung up the gun, he walked off the battlefield," she explained, teasing that Dean will have fully embraced a normal, apple pie life, right down to the car he drives ...

"He's not driving the Impala," she confirmed, much to our horror. "It's under a tarp, and when he needs something from the trunk, he just lifts up the edge -- it's torturous!" We can't argue with that, but why banish something that's as synonymous with Dean as classic rock and a slice of pie, a car that's arguably as beloved a character as Sam and Dean themselves? For precisely that reason, Gamble said. "The Impala represents everything to Dean -- it represents his childhood, and more to the point, it represents hunting and it represents Sam. He's not a hunter anymore and his brother is dead, so it's under a tarp and he's living a different life."

That different life comes with its own baggage, namely a woman and a child who have become inexorably attached to Dean in the year that he's been living with them. So how does Gamble intend to deal with Lisa and Ben once Sam returns, albeit under "mysterious circumstances"?

"We deal with it by dealing with it," she admitted. "Our goal is to have Dean be an adult. He's in his early thirties at this point, and Lisa is a real character with a point of view and a child who's in the mix here -- a child who really loves Dean."

Gamble reasoned that she was interested in playing out the relationship dynamics between Lisa and the elder Winchester, seeing it as "an opportunity to tell a lot of story about Dean. If you've been in a relationship of any length, it has stakes, to the point where you're living with someone and you're raising their child with them. There's real affection there, so you don't just pack up your sh*t and go, even if you really need to go -- it's a conversation for them both to have."

Gamble wouldn't divulge too much on the "monster problem" that brings Sam and Dean back together, except to say that our favorite angel, Castiel (Misha Collins), will be involved in the ongoing mystery of the season.

"Although we've been saying that this season is much more gritty and down to earth, we didn't completely ignore everything that came before it," she said. "It's about the post-apocalypse in that the concerns of heaven and hell are part of the mythology of the season, and Castiel brings us the news of what's happening in heaven."

But Castiel won't just be sitting on a cloud playing holy news anchor; Gamble pointed out that "he's very attached to Sam and Dean, and wants to be involved in helping them as much as he can. He's being pulled in a lot of directions ..."

While Gamble admitted that he'll remain "a little bit mysterious" in the first part of the season, she promised that what's going on with Castiel will become more central as the season goes on, tying into the larger story arc of the year.

The new showrunner couldn't be tempted into spoiling much when it came to new or recurring guest stars, but did confirm what's already been widely circulated -- that Mitch Pileggi will return in some capacity as Sam and Dean's maternal grandfather, as well as "demons you've seen before," such as Mark Sheppard's Crowley and -- if set reports are to be believed -- Fred Lehne as Azazel, the eponymous Yellow Eyed Demon who set the show's entire mythology in motion.

Gamble also reiterated what we learned at Comic-Con -- that the archangel Raphael will return. "He was not in a good mood when we saw him before, and he's the only one left in heaven, so he has a role to play," she teased.

As for Jensen Ackles' recent directorial debut, Gamble only had praise for the actor: "Every report was glowing, every meeting I had with him was fantastic and professional," she enthused. " He's spent so much time on a set and he has such a strong point-of-view, he understands the show on a level that visiting directors couldn't possibly, and he was set up for success that way."

But when it comes to her own success, Gamble is far more modest, "I feel really spoiled and really fortunate, because Eric [Kripke] is still really involved and he's been very gracious and very active," she said. "And Bob Singer has been co-showrunner from the beginning and is still with the show, and is one of the most experienced executive producers in television, period. He's very much responsible for the success of the show, as much of any of us."

We're excited to see how Gamble handles her new duties and the show's fresh creative direction when 'Supernatural' returns, Fri. Sept. 24 at 9PM ET on the CW.

Source : TV Squad.com
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C'est une bonne année pour être Sera Gamble. Impliquée dans la série culte de la CW, "Supernatural", depuis ses débuts, Gamble a confidentialement monter les échelons de scénariste à productrice exécutive jusqu'à son dernier rôle en tant que showrunner du drama, qui entre maintenant dans sa sixième saison.

TV Squad s'est entretenu avec Gamble au press tour de la TCA pour savoir ce qu'elle avait en tête concernant Sam (Jared Padalecki) et Dean (Jensen Ackles) dans la saison 6, et ce qu'il adviendra de la voiture préférée de tous.

Spoilers.

Ayant rédigé le premier épisode de la saison 6, Gamble fut capable de nous révéler un peu plus sur où en sera notre duo de chasseurs préférés lorsque nous retrouverons les Winchesters, un an après. "Dean s'est retiré de la chasse ; il a rangé les armes, il a quitté le champ de bataille," expliqua-t-elle, nous révélant que Dean a embrassé complètement une vie normale et banale, jusqu'à la voiture qu'il conduit...

"Il ne conduit pas l'Impala;" confirma-t-elle, à notre plus grand dam. "Elle est sous une bâche, et quand il a besoin de quelque chose dans le coffre, il lève juste cette partie de la bâche- c'est une torture !" On ne peut la contredire, masi pourquoi bannir quelque chose représentant Dean autant que le rock classique et une part de tarte, une voiture devenue un personnage autant aimé que Dean et Sam eux-mêmes ? Justement pour cette raison, dit Gamble. "L'Impala représente tout pour Dean - elle représente son enfance, et bien plus encore, elle représente la chasse et elle représente Sam. Il n'est plus un chasseur et son frère est mort, alors elle se retrouve sous une bâche et il vit une vie différente."

Cette vie différente arrive avec ses propres bagages, c'est-à-dire une femme et un enfant qui se sont fortement attachés à Dean durant l'année qu'il a passé avec eux. Donc comment Gamble gèrera cette histoire avec Lisa et Ben une fois que Sam reviendra, bien que par des "circonstances mystérieuses" ?

"Nous le gérons en le gérant," admit-elle. "Notre but est de faire de Dean un adulte. Il est dans les débuts de la trentaine à ce moment, et Lisa est un vrai personnage avec un point de vue et un enfant qui est pré-ado là - un enfant qui aime vraiment Dean."

Gamble raisonnait sur le fait que ça l'intéressait de jouer sur la dynamique relationnelle entre Lisa et l'aîné des Winchester, voyant ça comme "une opportunité d'en raconter beaucoup à propos de Dean. Si vous avez été impliqué dans une relation quelque soit la durée, ça a joué, au point que vous vivez avec quelqu'un et vous élevez leur enfant avec eux. Il y a une véritable affection là, donc vous ne pouvez pas juste prendre vos affaires et partir, même si vous avez besoin de partir - il doit y avoir une discussion entre les deux."

Gamble n'a pas voulu trop en révéler sur le "problème de monstre" qui amènera Sam et Dean à reformer un duo, excepté le fait que notre ange favori, Castiel (Misha Collins), sera impliqué dans le mystère de la saison.

"Même si nous avons dit que cette saison est plus graveleuse et terre-à-terre, nous n'avons pas complètement ignoré ce qu'il s'est passé auparavant," dit-elle. "Il s'agit d'une époque post-apocalyptique du fait que les intérêts du Paradis et de l'Enfer sont une part de la mythologie cette saison, et Castiel nous apportera des infos sur ce qu'il se passe au Paradis."

Mais Castiel ne sera pas juste assis sur un nuage, jouant les messagers ; Gamble pointa le fait que "il est très attaché à Sam et Dean, et veut les aider autant qu'il le peut. Il sera poussé dans beaucoup de directions..."

Bien que Gamble admit qu'il restera "un petit peu mystérieux" dans la première partie de la saison, elle promit que ce qu'il se passera pour Castiel deviendra plus central au fil de la saison, s'emboîtant ainsi dans l'arc le plus large de l'année.

La nouvelle showrunner ne pouvait être plus tentée de spoiler lorsque fut amené le sujet des nouvelles ou récurrentes guest stars, mais elle a confirmé ce qui avait largement circulé - que Mitch Pileggi reviendra d'une certaine façon en tant que grand-père maternel de Sam et Dean, tout autant que "des démons que vous avez déjà vu", comme le Crowley de Mark Sheppard, et - si les rapports du tournage sont vrais- Fred Lehne aka Azazel, le fameux YED qui a lancé l'entière mythologie de la série en marche.

Gamble a également redit ce qui avait été appris au Comic Con -que l'archange Raphael sera de retour. "Il n'était pas de très bonne humeur quand nous l'avons laissé la dernière fois, et il est le seul resté au Paradis, donc il a un rôle à jouer", dit-elle.¨

Pour les débuts en tant que réalisateur de Jensen Ackles, Sera n'a que des compliments : " Chaque rapport était clair, chaque réunion que j'ai eu avec lui était fantastique et professionnelle, " s'enthousiasma-t-elle. " Il a passé tellement de temps sur le plateau, et il a une vision des choses tellement forte, il comprend le show bien plus que n'importe quel réalisateur de passage ne pourrait le faire, il était ainsi formé pour le succès."

Mais lorsque l'on aborde son propre succès, Gamble est tout de suite plus modeste, "Je me sens vraiment gâtée et chanceuse, parce qu'Eric [Kripke] est toujours très impliqué et il a été vraiment gracieux et très actif," dit-elle. " Et Bob Singer a été le co-showrunner depuis le début, et est toujours dans la série, et il est vraiment l'un des producteurs exécutifs les plus expérimentés de la télévision. Il y est pour beaucoup dans le succès de la série, autant que chacun d'entre nous."

Nous sommes impatients de voir comment Gamble a pris en mains ses nouvelles responsabilités et la nouvelle direction de la série lorsque "Supernatural" reviendra, le vendredi 24 septembre sur la CW.

Source : TV Squad.com
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Showrunner Sera Gamble Talks Monsters, Parenthood and the Impala
Friday, 13 August 2010

"TV Squad caught up with Gamble at the Television Critics Association's press tour to pick her brain on what's in store for Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) in season 6, and just what's become of everyone's favorite classic car. "
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Merci pour les spoilers ma Chrys *smaks*
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IGN's Interview with Sera Gamble
Thursday, 02 September 2010

IGN has an interview with Sera Gamble on Season 6 and her new role as showrunner. Spoilers warning


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New Sera interview :

Spoilery of course.

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Article on zap2it.....

We're pretty sure one change won't escape our attention: "I'm naked a lot more," Padalecki says.

http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2010/09/supernatural-jensen-ackles-jared-padalecki-say-season-6-is-bigger-and-more-naked.html

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New Sera interview

Spoilery and you can read in http://whosnews.usaweekend.com/2010/09/supernatural%E2%80%99-boasts-monsters-babies-and-bros-in-its-sixth-season/

Voici l'interview car la site se charge pas.

The site USA Weekend has up a new interview with Sera Gamble.
Sera talks about Season 6 plot, the relationship between the brothers and a lot more.
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Eric had his big five-season arc that ended with an apocalypse. Are your plans that grand?
We always have a plan in place should this be our last season and also should it not. But one thing I’ve learned, because people mention the five-year plan so much, is not to be quite that specific. [Laughs] Everyone will mention it if you go beyond that number, so I don’t want to be that specific.
That must be hard, to be fighting for ratings every year and never knowing when the show will cease to exist — maybe in the middle of a storyline. Now with a move from Thursday to Friday, but with a fervent fan base, is it hard to determine when to start planning one way or another?

We start planning very early. We’re a fairly anxious lot, and none of us sleep particularly well. We were working on Season 6 very early in Season 5. We sometimes get the heads up early – usually we don’t – about getting another season. Time will tell in terms of this season with the move. We’re excited about being back with Smallville. We like them as our neighbors. We liked The Vampire Diaries but we really like being back with Smallville, so I think it’s going to be fine.
Speaking of vampires, the “Live Free or Twi-Hard” episode airs fifth in the season. Is that going to be tongue-in-cheek or will it play a little more serious?
There are a few moments that, on a character level, are very important for Sam and Dean, but we also really enjoyed doing vampires again. The cultural zeitgeist around vampires has changed tremendously in the five years our show has been on. When we started Supernatural and we did our first vampire episode in Season 1, it was before Twilight happened and before True Blood and before Vampire Diaries. Doing evil, ugly, aggressive vampires was fine. They were just like any other monsters. Since then, they have re-entered the consciousness as this protector monster – very attractive, even sometimes sparkly – and it occurred to us that that was very dangerous. It was something a canny monster in our world would use to their advantage. It’s meta in a different way than we’ve done before in that we’re winking and nodding at popular culture. We had a really, really good time with it, and we’re very consciously riffing — lovingly — on other popular vampire shows.
What can you say about the Sam/Dean relationship in the first half of the season?
You’ll see a lot of evolution in their relationship. We slowly unfold what’s happening over the first few episodes, but we have some pretty serious bombshells for them. It was good for us on a creative level to have them apart for a year. It gave us a lot of stuff to play with for both of them because the stuff they’ve been through in that year informs their characters tremendously. The first episode is a little more from Dean’s point of view because he retired from hunting and he’s pulled back in by the events of episode one. We thought of it a little bit as the sequel pilot. It’s a conscious riff on the original pilot in certain ways – there are ways in which it’s similar and ways in which it peels apart from the Season 1 premise. And then we start to unfold what’s going on with Sam over the first few episodes.
Other than the bromance between Castiel and Dean, there have been hints of romantic relationships but no one ever stays together for any amount of time. Sam and the demon Ruby had a co-dependent fling of sorts, and Dean has a family now but that may not last. Have there ever been plans for the guys to have a girlfriend for an extended period of time, or would that be antithetical to the nomadic nature of the show?
We never had an agenda about Sam and Dean having girlfriends. The show is built to be very nomadic: They’re never in one place for very long, so they’re not in a good position. And their jobs are not acceptable to most women. [Laughs] They’re just not that kind of guys, they’re not living that kind of life. We for the most part haven’t really been interested in putting them in romantic relationship. It just so happened that the story went this direction at the beginning of the season. It’s been really interesting to put Dean in this situation. The romantic aspect of the relationship is less important to us than the fact that, when you meet Dean again, he has a whole family. He lives with a woman and her child for a year. Much more important to Dean than just having a woman in his life is having a family unit. We wanted to explore that.
So will he keep that family unit over a number of episodes? Will he check in on the homefront often or is he all, “See ya. I’ll be back sometime”?
I can tell you that they don’t just fall off the face of the earth after episode one, but it’s not what you would call a blissful place of sanctuary for him throughout the season. [Laughs]
Last year, it was Lucifer coming to Earth. Is there an overarching conflict for this season?
When you come in, the overarching conflict is it’s a post-apocalyptic landscape and monsters are behaving differently. They seem to have a new agenda and they’ve kind of gone wonky, basically. Some of them are more organized, and we’ll have episodes with creatures we’ve never done before. We have monsters that were considered to be extinct and there’s an overall question of why monsters are behaving the way that they are, and is it tied into the post-apocalypse. That’s where we start the story.
I’ve always appreciated the show’s mythologies and how it explains the bigger things that are going on, such as the story behind angels, heaven and Lucifer. With monsters playing a significant role this season, will there be a similar mythology in place?
Yeah, we actually get into that early. It’s one of the things we’ve been most inspired and excited by this season. For the first time, monsters are quite central to the mythology of the season. We have episodes that have sort of dual functions: They have a beginning, middle and end like our monster-of-the-week episodes – they are literally monster-of-the-week episodes. We do delve into the backstory of monsters, the food chain of monsters, where do they come from, what’s their story. When you get to talking about it, it’s pretty interesting. We know where demons came from and we know the story on angels, and we hadn’t looked at monsters under that level of magnification before.
Do you have it in place where there is an all-ruling monster or something that is the top of the food chain that will reveal itself later on? Or am I making things up?
Well, as of right now you’re making things up. [Laughs]
Any favorite monster you’ve seen in a recent script that you can’t wait to see filmed?
“Favorite” is a terrible word, because I approach all of them with equal trepidation. [Laughs] I will say that the second episode of the season is really funny. It’s shot and we’re in the middle of cutting it now, and Sam and Dean end up saddled with a baby for part of the episode because the monster is chasing after this baby. It’s one of the funnier things I’ve personally seen on the show in a while. There are few things more foreign to the guys than having to deal with small human infants.
Will Castiel still play a big role in the brothers’ lives?
The first episode where we see him is a story that he’s pretty heavily involved in. We get the sense with him that he is torn between what he has to do in heaven and what he wants to do on earth, which is to help Sam and Dean. It’s a different situation than he was in last season, where he pretty much had no choice but to be with the boys because he was essentially a fugitive for a while. He’s a full-powered angel, and he has a lot of new responsibility and a lot of new headaches this season. We’re exploring what that’s like for him. I wouldn’t say we have a lot of episodes where we just stay with Cas and explore him, certainly not in the first half of the season, but he’s around and he pops in and out, and as the season progresses, he ties in more and more with the story.
Grandpa comes back this season. Will there be newer characters introduced who aren’t monsters or angels but simply normal people who get involved with what San and Dean are doing?
With “normal” in quotes, yeah. [Laughs] There are new hunters we introduce. We’ll meet other members of Sam and Dean’s extended family, the Campbells, their mother’s side of the family. They’ll be working with a couple of their distant cousins: Christian, who’s played by Corin Nemec, and another female cousin named Gwen. We have a couple of recurring characters later in the season, and a lot of them are not quite normal. They don’t even fall into normal under quotations.
Will they be on Sam and Dean’s side, or will they remember the whole Lucifer debacle?
They’re family and there’s something compelling and interesting about the fact that they come from Sam and Dean’s mom’s side of the family, and Sam and Dean have been very alone for a long time. There’s a tension there. Sam and Dean long for a connection and long for family, but also have an inherent distrust of pretty much anyone who is not each other.
You announced there was going to be a fairies episode at Comic-Con. Can you spill any details on that?
We have a script for it, we haven’t shot it yet, but it’s pretty hilarious. It’s a lighter episode – it’s still plenty gory and disgusting, and it’s definitely the Supernatural version of that whole thing. Ben Edlund wrote it – he’s a specialist in handling that kind of crazy stuff. We deal with a lot of creatures that fall under the general umbrella of the fairy realm, like elves and garden gnomes and leprechauns – anything a little girl might have a collectible figurine of.
There were a lot of really dark episodes last season, due to the apocalyptic subject matter. Will there be some of those this season, or will they mostly veer toward light to medium dark?
[Laughs] I think your mileage may vary. The season is a mix. Supernatural has a lot of gallows humor and this dry Dean Winchester wit about it. But at the same time, there is a lot of deep, emotional stuff that happens between the boys. They have serious problems and serious stuff going on, pretty much from the jump. We don’t really let you rest in lightheartedness exclusively this season.
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‘Supernatural’ boasts monsters, babies and bros in its sixth season
Thursday, 23 September 2010

Click here to read a new interview with Sera Gamble and to see an exclusive clip from tomorrow night's season 6 premiere. SPOILERS


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...from Kripke and Sera in

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New Q&A With Sera and Kripke

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The site Collider.com has up a new interview with the creator Eric Kripke and the new Show Runner Sera Gamble.
They talk about the earlier plans and how it changed, the plans to the new chapter of the show and a lot more.
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Executive Producer Eric Kripke and New Show Runner Sera Gamble Interview SUPERNATURAL
by Christina Radish
Season 6 of The CW drama Supernatural marks not only a new chapter in the show’s story, but also a change in leadership, as executive producer Eric Kripke has handed over show runner duties to Sera Gamble. Having already been on staff as a producer and writer, it’s been a very smooth transition for all involved, and it has helped to invigorate and re-invent the series in a way that will keep it fresh for seasons to come.
During a recent interview to promote the show’s return, Eric Kripke and Sera Gamble talked about wiping the slate clean this season, getting to see how things have affected both Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) post-apocalypse and how they’re definitely up for more seasons, if there’s the demand for it. Check out what they had to say after the jump:
Question: Eric, what was your original five-year plan? Since you never expected to bring angels into the story, how would you have done what you did without the involvement of angels?
Eric: That’s a really good question, and I don’t know. When you start a show, the plans are not set in stone. They’re really mutable, cocktail napkin sketches. I had a plan about demons. That was my plan when I began. When we were starting to figure out, somewhere around the pilot, that this was becoming a series, one of the producers and I were kicking around a game plan, and it was about demons. We started with this demon, and this demon worked for that demon, and that demon wanted to let the devil loose. It was all about working our way up the demon ladder. I’m not even sure we knew that, at that time, Yellow Eyes was working for Lilith. We just knew that there was a higher demon. And then, we decided to make her a woman because the first demon was a man. So, these things evolved.
We had a structure of a demon ladder that was ultimately about letting Lucifer loose and having him take over Sam (Jared Padalecki). The dark secret was always that Sam was going to be the vessel. Originally, it was just that Dean (Jensen Ackles) would then have to hunt down and kill his brother. But then, rightfully so, we brought in angels to bolster up the other side of the coin. And then, Michael came into the story. It evolved from just, “I have to hunt down and kill my brother,” to these two mirrored stories about two sets of brothers, the brothers in Heaven and the brothers on Earth, and how they compare and contrast. A lot of it was dumb luck, and a lot of it was noticing the opportunities that we had in front of us, at the time, and taking advantage. For the most part, it worked out.
Sera, how does it feel to be running things this season?
Sera: It feels good. I have the best team in the world. The show is a well-oiled machine, at this point, so it’s like, “Don’t fix what’s not broken.” That’s my philosophy.
How does your promotion affect your scriptwriting? How many episodes will you actually write?
Sera: I’ve written four or five a season, until now. I imagine that I’ll write three or four this season. I end up rewriting a lot more heavily now. I’d like to say that I’ll write fewer because it will give me more time to do other things, but that probably won’t happen. I’ll probably write about the same.
Eric, what is your involvement this season?
Eric: I’m there, but I’m not running it, which is helping my spine straighten. So far, I’ve been in the room when every episode has broken and I’ve given notes on every script. Frankly, I think I’m in it a little more than Sera and Bob [Singer] would want me to be, but I’m definitely trying to make sure that it falls within these creative parameters, so that it feels like Supernatural. Outside of that, I’m really enthusiastic and encouraging of Sera to make it her own and have her own interpretation of it that I think will be invigorating for the fans. It’s a show that’s always reinvented itself, so it just felt like it was time again to reinvent itself.
Eric, what are you most excited about with this season?
Eric: Wiping the slate clean. I think that’s really exciting. Mythologies become exhausting burdens, from a writer’s perspective. If you look deep into The X-Files, which we bring up a lot in the room as something we’re just terrified of, or late in the game with Buffy, as much as I love that show, things get complicated and it’s hard. It becomes less about the fun of why you fell in love with that show, in the first place, and more about servicing all of these storylines.
So, the opportunity to say, “All right, the Supernatural movie, as you know it, is over. Let’s all tune in for the sequel. The new movie is starting. Here are the new characters. They’re at a different place in their lives, and they’re getting involved with a whole new conspiracy and mythology, and they can have fun and we can put them in new situations without having to be beholden to past mythology.” We don’t have to worry about it. It’s been a really invigorating, freeing time in the writer’s room.
Is it a new arc that’s starting?
Eric: Yes, but I don’t know how long this plan is. I know it’s at least a year. It may go beyond. As we did in the beginning of the show, somewhere around the middle of the season, we’ll get a really good sense about whether there’s going to be a year after this. We have different plans in place. I think it can go longer. It’s certainly designed to go longer, if it wants to, but it’s a different feel. It’s a whole new mythology. If up until now, it’s been Star Wars, Truck Stop America and The Lord of the Rings, now it’s L.A. Confidential and Chinatown. It’s noir, gritty, down to the earth, twisty and the mythology keeps taking left turns on you. It’s going to have a really different feel. It’s going to be the difference between Alien and Aliens, with the same subject matter and character, but different filmmakers bring a different style to it. Sera [Gamble] really has her own style. It’s going to be the characters you love, but in a really different tone, which I think is really exciting.
Sera, what are your ideas for this new season? Is there an over-arching storyline?
Sera: There is an over-arching storyline. Eric, Bob and I, and also Ben Edlund started talking about Season 6, very early in Season 5, and we talked about how to lay all the ideas in that we had. Season 5 is the apocalypse, so Season 6 deals with the post-apocalypse. We were very aware that we had gone as big and epic as we could go, so we didn’t want to just slot in another big bad. We didn’t want to deal with a new story in that way because it would feel like a cheat. I don’t think you can go bigger than Lucifer and excite people.
Seasons 6 starts with an on-going mystery about monsters. Monsters are, for the first time, very much a part of the mythology, in why they’re acting the way they are in the post-apocalypse. There’s a lot more of Sam and Dean shooting monsters in the face, like the good, old days, but these mysteries continue to twist and turn. The show feels a little bit more gritty and down to earth, and they really feel like a couple of hard-boiled supernatural investigators at times, as opposed to pawns in an epic battle. That was something that we played to its conclusion, in the last couple of seasons.
How noir will the show get?
Eric: It isn’t so much shadows and trench coats, but no one is who they seem, everyone has ulterior motives, and there are a lot of twists and double-crosses.
How will the dynamic between Sam and Dean be different in Season 6?
Sera: Very consciously, we referenced Season 1 at the beginning of this season because we were aware of the fact that we had set things up to be a little bit similar, with Sam returning to Dean’s life and Dean having left hunting. On the surface, it seems like that, but we subvert that fairly quickly. Underneath the surface, things are not exactly as they seem.
Will Dean’s new family be in the whole season?
Sera: I don’t know about the whole season, but you’ll see them a bit, at least at the beginning.
How long was Sam in Hell?
Sera: That’s a question we answer a little way into the season, so you have to tune in to find out about that.
Towards the end of the season, Dean’s importance in stopping the apocalypse seemed to have been dropped in favor of Sam. What would you say to that? Did viewers interpret that wrong?
Eric: Everything is open to interpretation. Far be it from me to tell fans what they think the show is. It’s for them. I can just tell you what it meant to me, which is that the show is and always has been about family, from page one to page 5,000. It’s never been about one brother or the other. It’s been about the relationship between the both of them. For me, it’s a yin-yang thing.
Salvation of the planet depended on both of them acting equally, and had Dean not decided to sacrifice himself and go to be with his brother because the love of family and the relationship between them trumped all, and had he not learned to forgive his brother and love him over years of experience on the show, then he never would have gone out there, Sam would have never seen him, he never would have seen the car, and he never would have had the strength to take over his body and save the world. That was a two-man job.
So, he played the role he was meant to play?
Eric: Yeah, and it was one that he never would have done in the pilot, but learned to do in the finale. To me, that’s what it’s all about. But, as long as they’re watching, people can think whatever the hell they want.
Will the Ghostfacers return this season?
Sera: They might. We haven’t slotted them into a story yet, and the Ghostfacers are giant mega-stars on the Internet. But, every now and then, we’ll have a story idea and we’ll be like, “Who could do that? The Ghostfacers could do that!” So, it’s just a matter of time before they show up. It’s just about story.
With Mitch Pileggi returning in a recurring role, how will the Campbell family’s history and where the boys’ mother came from play into the story this season?
Sera: Ever since we discovered that Sam and Dean’s mother was a hunter, and she was from a long line of hunters, this was something that stuck in the writer’s room that we talked about a lot. There could be these hunters out there that Sam and Dean didn’t know about, that were these family members that they had never met or heard of. They’re really good hunters, but they only work with each other. They’re monster specialists and they’ve been around for a really, really long time. We wanted to do a story about the Campbell’s for a long time, and the fact that there is such a monster problem in the mythology, it was a good reason to bring them in. There are a lot of stories about origins this season – the origins of Sam and Dean, and the origins of monsters.
Are we going to see young John and Mary again?
Sera: We want to. We’re just working on the first batch of episodes. They’re definitely up on the board. We love them. Those actors are fantastic and, if we can flashback to them again, we will. As soon as the right story comes out, we’ll bring them back.
Sera, are you up for doing more seasons, if this goes well?
Sera: Yeah, sure, of course.
Did you lose co-producer/writer Jeremy Carver for this season?
Sera: Yeah, we’ve lost Jeremy to his own success. He and his wife are running the American version of Being Human. But, we love him.


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New interview with Supernatural's Sera Gamble
Tuesday, 25 January 2011

Click here to read Winchester Family Business's exclusive interview with showrunner and writer, Sera Gamble. SPOILERS!!


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