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Jensen Ackles And Jared Padalecki In Supernatural Heartache Promo Stills
Supernatural has been running for a long time and it appears that they still have a lot to offer. Hence the new batch of photos for the October 17th episode entitled “Heartache”, which Jensen Ackles directed along with some of the series’ other directors ! The episode will be about Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) finding themselves dealing with a murder victims who received organs from one person. However, it quickly turns weird when they find the suspect having strange behavior. You can view the official promo stills down below this post and the official synopsis of the episode below this paragraph.
JENSEN ACKLES DIRECTS — Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) investigate a string of unusual murders where the victims were all recipients of organs from the same donor. The killer is captured, but things become even more complicated when the brothers find their killer in a trance mumbling an ancient prayer. Jensen Ackles directed the episode written by Brad Buckner & Eugenie Ross-Leming (#801).
It sounds like they might find themselves into deeper issues this time around that they originally thought! Hopefully we can see them get out of this okay and solve this serious crime. In the mean time, it does sound like we will have a few intense minutes to say the least of the episode to go through first. However, I do think we can say that is smart on their half since it will keep us all glued to the TVs to see what happens next.
How do you like the show? Does it do the writers and stars justice or is it time to end it? I think it is pretty amazing that they have been able to keep fresh ideas coming. That is a hard feat to reach, but they have been able to keep it flowing which I think justifies the show staying on air. Plus it will help to build up the resumes of the stars, so when they do end they should do pretty well once the series does end one day. Until then, we should enjoy the show.
photos & story credit: Liane Hentscher/The CW