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Supernatural series finale to air in May following a move to Mondays

Supernatural will go through one final move before it’s all over. On Friday, The CW announced that the beloved drama will move to Mondays at 8 p.m. ET for its final run of episodes, beginning on March 16 and leading into the season 2 return of Roswell, New Mexico at 9 p.m. ET. Furthermore, the…

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Supernatural series finale to air in May following a move to Mondays

Supernatural will go through one final move before it’s all over. On Friday, The CW announced that the beloved drama will move to Mondays at 8 p.m. ET for its final run of episodes, beginning on March 16 and leading into the season 2 return of Roswell, New Mexico at 9 p.m. ET. Furthermore, the network revealed that Supernatural will air its series finale on Monday, May 18.

Additionally, the network announced that Arrow will say goodbye with a two-hour event on Tuesday, Jan. 28, beginning with a finale preview at 8 p.m. ET followed by the series finale at 9 p.m.

When it comes to returning shows, The CW announced that DC’s Legends of Tomorrow will kick off its fifth season on Tuesday, Jan. 21 at 9 p.m. ET, and Riverdale spin-off Katy Keene will premiere on Thursday, Feb. 6 at 8 p.m.

Lastly, the network announced that All American and Black Lightning will both wrap their current seasons on Monday, March 9 with back-to-back season finales.

Premiere dates for In the Dark and The 100 have not yet been announced.

See below for the CW’s 2020 midseason premiere schedule:

TUESDAY, JANUARY 21, 2020

8:00-9:00pm               ARROW (Original Episode)

9:00-10:00pm             DC’S LEGENDS OF TOMORROW (Season Premiere)

THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 6, 2020

8:00-9:00pm               KATY KEENE (Series Premiere)

9:00-10:00pm             LEGACIES (Original Episode)

MONDAY, MARCH 16, 2020

8:00-9:00pm               SUPERNATURAL (New Time Period Premiere)

9:00-10:00pm             ROSWELL, NEW MEXICO (Season Premiere)

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Supernatural star Jensen Ackles discusses his debut album

It’s a big week for Jensen Ackles. Not only did the Supernatural star direct Thursday’s episode, but Friday marks the debut of his first album. Ackles and fellow musician Steve Carlson make up Radio Company, a collaboration that was formed in 2018. Together, the former roommates have been writing and performing together for nearly 15…

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Supernatural star Jensen Ackles discusses his debut album

It’s a big week for Jensen Ackles. Not only did the Supernatural star direct Thursday’s episode, but Friday marks the debut of his first album.

Ackles and fellow musician Steve Carlson make up Radio Company, a collaboration that was formed in 2018. Together, the former roommates have been writing and performing together for nearly 15 years. Their first single, “Sounds of Someday,” was featured in Thursday’s episode of Supernatural, and now they’re ready for the world to hear the rest of their music.

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“As you listen through the album, you’ll notice it’s a pretty wide range of music styles,” Ackles tells EW. “Steve was like, ‘This album is anywhere from Motown to Metallica.’”

It all stems from the pair’s many different musical influences. “You get some soul, you get some heavy rock, you get some singer-songwriter, and you get some cool, laid-back stoner music,” he says of the album, which is titled Vol. 1. “It checked a lot of boxes for me. That was a better representation of us as songwriters and our music tastes because I like to listen to different stuff. And if I can listen to different stuff on the same album, then that would be great.”

Vol. 1 is available now.

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    Netflix’s romance novel adaptation ‘Virgin River’ exclusive first images

    Get ready to head to Virgin River. Netflix’s new series, based on the romance novel of the same name, has announced it will officially debut on the streaming service on Dec. 6. EW can exclusively reveal a first look at the series. Based on the novel by Robyn Carr, Virgin River centers on Melinda Monroe (This…

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    Netflix’s romance novel adaptation ‘Virgin River’ exclusive first images

    Get ready to head to Virgin River.

    Netflix’s new series, based on the romance novel of the same name, has announced it will officially debut on the streaming service on Dec. 6. EW can exclusively reveal a first look at the series.

    Based on the novel by Robyn Carr, Virgin River centers on Melinda Monroe (This Is UsAlexandra Breckenridge), who decides to start fresh as a nurse practitioner in a remote corner of Northern California but finds small-town living more complicated than she anticipated. Matters get complicated when Melinda meets local heartthrob Jack Sheridan (Martin Henderson).

    “I always thought the Virgin River series would make a good television series, and I’m so excited that twelve years after the publication of the first novel, I’ll be celebrating by watching my characters come to life,” author Carr said in a statement. “I truly believe that the world needs more uplifting romance and I know the show will leave viewers feeling just as uplifted and fulfilled as my books have.”

    These first images from the series feature Melinda bonding with Jack at the batting cages and the local watering hole, which he just happens to own and operate. They also show Melinda at work as a nurse practitioner and standing in front of a rundown cabin.

    Carr has written over 50 books, including 20 in the Virgin River series, which have combined to sell more than 13 million copies. Millions have gravitated to her picture of an almost small-town utopia in her work. “Isn’t it a sad commentary that that’s considered utopian? A town where people are nice to each other and help each other, and that’s utopian?,” she previously told EW. “People always write and say, ‘Where is it? I want to go there,’ and I have to remind them that it only exists in our hearts and minds. But to further that thought, we can have that sense of community in our own neighborhood or school or church group or community center or library association. All we have to do is try to create it. We create it by being helpful neighbors and good friends and positive people.”

    See more images from the series below.

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    Emilia Clarke is frustrated people are spoiling Last Christmas – Entertainment Weekly News

    Emilia Clarke is so over spoilers. And we’re not even talking about Game of Thrones. The actress opened up to IndieWire about her irritation with the internet’s obsession with trying to guess the twist in Last Christmas. Fans began an elaborate guessing game almost as soon as the trailer debuted in August. “It’s bloody annoying. Frustrating,” Clarke said.…

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    Emilia Clarke is frustrated people are spoiling Last Christmas – Entertainment Weekly News

    Emilia Clarke is so over spoilers. And we’re not even talking about Game of Thrones.

    The actress opened up to IndieWire about her irritation with the internet’s obsession with trying to guess the twist in Last Christmas. Fans began an elaborate guessing game almost as soon as the trailer debuted in August. “It’s bloody annoying. Frustrating,” Clarke said. “It’s more complicated than people are guessing.”

    Clarke defends the twist, noting that there was great care and nuance put into building it into the script. “Emma [Thompson] and Greg [Wise] wrote this script together, but they sent the script to all of their friends and it was only ready when their friends didn’t see the twist coming and couldn’t guess until it happens, so that’s where it comes from,” she told IndieWire. “It’s just frustrating.”

    Having starred on  Game of Thrones for eight seasons, the actress is no stranger to spoiler-hungry fans trolling the internet with their theories. Though admittedly, many outlets have already started unspooling the big twist before the film even hits theaters with an almost Grinch-like glee. Even if she doesn’t like it, Clarke understands the impetus behind it.

    “When it comes to signing petitions to reshoot the last season of a very popular TV show, or whether it’s spoiling a goddamn Christmas rom-com, people are able to do something about that,” she reflected to IndieWire. “Our world’s literally on fire, so I think that there’s a lot of things outside of people’s control, so when it comes to this kind of stuff, they can do something with it and want to. It’s done with so much fervor, it’s done with a huge amount of energy and all that is, is misdirected energy.”

    If you want to check out the twist for yourself, Last Christmas hits theaters Nov. 8.

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