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What Carnage Will Transpire In Season 14 Of ‘Supernatural’?

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Season 13 of Supernatural was arguably one of the craziest seasons to date. Dean is no longer Dean. Thanks to a deal to defeat Lucifer, his body now belongs to Michael. Jack also manages to lose his powers, which makes him a mortal. Well, what can fans expect this season?

I’m Only Human

Talking to Entertainment Weekly, Jared Padalecki gives his thoughts on the new season. One major topic involved Jack being completely powerless. No longer Nephilim, he must walk the earth as a plain human being. “Now that Jack is legitimately vulnerable, Sam’s really having to be on point. He has someone he legitimately has to watch out for. So Sam now has more in common with Jack, but Sam also is now more worried about Jack,” Jared said.

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Holding Your Hand

Sam isn’t the only person that’s concerned with Jack. Castiel, who is Jack’s guardian, has to teach him how to cope with being human. “Jack is going through that process of shedding his powers and feeling what it’s like to be human — or human-esque — and Cas has gone through all that,” Misha Collins told the magazine.

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Live And Learn

There’s no question that Jack will wake up every morning wanting his powers back. According to co-showrunner Andrew Dabb, he’ll gain them eventually. The big journey is focusing his attention on surviving. “Jack is trying to learn human hunting, and succeeding and failing in great quantities in both directions,” he said.

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A Change Of Pace

When it comes to portraying a different person, Jensen Ackles is all for it. For years, he’s witnessed his co-star go through various changes on screen. “He’s gotten to play an angel, he’s gotten to play Lucifer… and not just different variations of Sam Winchester, whereas [until now,] Dean has only played different variations of Dean,” he told TVLine.

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An Unreal Transformation

While tapping into the role of Michael, Ackles gained a ton of help from the cast. “The feedback has been good. It’s been more feedback than I’ve gotten in the last 13 years,” he said in the same interview. Millions of fans will have to wait until October 11 to catch this new chapter of Supernatural.

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Matt Ryan Could Potentially Star In A New Constantine TV Show

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Wesley Snipes May Be Returning As MCU’s ‘Blade’

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