When “Supernatural” season 11 premieres on The CW this fall, we’re going to be in a rather interesting place. Sam will be captured by he Men of Letters after being shot by Lady Toni in the finale, and he may not be altogether optimistic about the odds of there being some sort of rescue coming his way. After all, doesn’t he think that his brother died in order to defeat the darkness?
In speaking about this matter to TVLine, executive producer Robert Singer notes that “as far as [Sam] knows, the bomb blew up, and that’s what saved the world.” As Jensen Ackles adds, Sam “has no reason to believe Dean would even be coming for him.” Maybe that is what could make a potential rescue all the more fun?
One thing we can say is that the brothers may not be separated for too long no matter what happens, as Singer notes that the storyline “doesn’t take up too many episodes – we get that over with pretty quickly – but they’re action-packed, and all our characters are involve.” That to us is great mostly because of the promise to dive more into monster-related stories this season, and have a little more vintage “Supernatural” rather than trying to match the epicness of the showdown with Amara. Changing things up is one of the many things this show does so well, and we certainly think that they will get a chance to succeed once more with it moving forward.
New episodes will official premiere over the coming months, so be on the lookout for further news!
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