Well, this is troubling: An emotional Dean Winchester declares, “We lost,” in an intense new trailer for Supernatural‘s final episodes — while another character announces someone’s death.
The above video, from the show’s post-production team, also teases the return of several fan faves and offers up a few humorous sights ([Spoiler] sporting a half-pony hairstyle!). And if the voice behind the trailer’s song, “Drowning,” sounds familiar, that’s because it’s star Jensen Ackles’ musical venture Radio Company.
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Supernatural resumes its farewell season Thursday, Jan. 16 at 8/7c on The CW.
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* Mark Hamill (Knightfall… or, you know, Star Wars) will guest-star on FX’s What We Do in the Shadows during Season 2, though series creator Jemaine Clement is offering no character details.
* Netflix’s Spanish teen drama Elite will return for Season 3 in March.
* Speaker of the House Nancy Pelosi will be the first guest on Real Time With Bill Maher Season 18, premiering Friday, Jan. 17 on HBO, our sister site Deadline reports.
* Great Performances: Ann, starring Holland Taylor (Two and a Half Men) as legendary Texas Governor Ann Richards, will air Friday, June 19 on PBS. Meanwhile, Great Performances – Gloria: A Life, featuring Christine Lahti (Evil) as feminist icon Gloria Steinem, is scheduled for Friday, June 26.
* Netflix has released a trailer for the comedy special Fortune Feimster: Sweet & Salty, debuting Tuesday, Jan. 21:
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