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People’s Choice Awards 2015: Category Voting Launches Today! | People's Choice

PCA voting for new categories through Sept 26th. Vote for 3 of the following:

  • Favorite Comedic Movie Ensemble
  • Favorite TV Dramedy
  • Favorite Country Group
  • Favorite Action Movie Ensemble
  • Favorite Crossover Artist
  • Favorite TV Character We Miss the Most (Kevin? Gadreel? Abbadon? Tessa? So many to choose from…)

Don’t forget the write-in nomination for Which Star Has Given Back The Most to Local Communities

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Official Retrospective Synopsis

A VERY SPECIAL SUPERNATURAL SPECIAL

 A PAST AND FUTURE LOOK AT “SUPERNATURAL” ─ This one-hour special takes a behind-the-scenes look at the past nine seasons of the hit drama about the thrilling and terrifying journey of the Winchester Brothers.  Interviews include series stars Jared Padalecki (Sam Winchester), Jensen Ackles (Dean Winchester), Misha Collins (Castiel) and Mark Sheppard (Crowley), along with series creator Eric Kripke and executive producers Robert Singer and Jeremy Carver.  The stars and producers share stories and clips of their favorite memories, monsters, demons and angels from seasons one through nine and tease the upcoming action fans can expect in season ten. Original airdate 10/6/2014.

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Official 10x01 Synopsis

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DEAN IS LIVING IT UP AS A DEMON WHILE SAM HITS ROCK BOTTOM IN THE SEARCH FOR HIS BROTHER  — Dean (Jensen Ackles) is a demon and running amuck with Crowley (Mark Sheppard) while Sam (Jared Padalecki) tries to figure out what happened to his brother.  Meanwhile, Castiel (Misha Collins) is dealing with his diminishing grace.  Robert Singer directed the episode written by Jeremy Carver (#1002).  Original airdate 10/7/2014.

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Big drum roll please! We’ve opened Class Act submissions for the 2014-2015 school year.

Class Act is a very special award program we created to recognize and encourage kindness in schools. It’s open to students worldwide who are under 18 years of age or 18 and still in high school.

Each year, we award a fabulous trophy and $3000 USD to the winning student or class to be used for their school or, in the case of home-schooled students, for their community or a non-profit charity of their choice.

To learn more, drop by the Class Acts page or check out our blog.

You can even download a handy dandy kit to help you and your class get started. The deadline for submissions is April 30, 2015.

And if you need a little inspiration, you can read more about last year’s winners, Jessie Claudio and Soshana Burton and the students at the Az Zahraa Academy and the Richmond Jewish Day School and their amazing act of kindness here.

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Anonymous asked: I'm sure there are A LOT of other East Coast cities that have direct flights, Creation just doesn't care about us! If another west coast con happens I'm going to SCREAM. It's not fair!

Information on direct flights to Vancouver published by YVR, accurate as of May 2014:

http://www.yvr.ca/Libraries/Maps/Destinations.sflb.ashx

My theory is only as good as the information I have, which comes from that website.

It IS frustrating to see so many new cities announced, hoping with all the extra cons in 2015 there will finally be one near you, and being disappointed in each new announcement.

I’m 99.99999% positive Creation will never host a convention anywhere near my city. What I have seen first-hand from Creation is that they are running a business and personal feelings rarely play a factor in their business. So, no, I don’t think they care about me, and I wouldn’t expect them to. I expect them to care about delivering the convention experience they advertise.

I agree. It’s not fair. It’s event planning.

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Creation is adding a metric ton of conventions for 2015, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Supernatural.
*winkI know our US West Coast friends are waiting for a city to be announced close to home, given all the Midwest and East Coast cities announced thus far.
I anticipate Creation will announce around 2-3 additional conventions for 2015. If I told you the method for my reasoning, I’d have to kill you. Or at least bind you and force you to watch Bloodlines 200 times in a row.
So let’s break this down.Current Salute to SPN Cities:
Chicago
Houston
Dallas
Denver
Vegas
Burbank/LA
Minneapolis
Phoenix
San Francisco
Seattle
Secaucus/Newark, NJ
Toronto
Vancouver
According to the Google, all these cities have one thing in common. They all have direct flights to Vancouver.Which makes perfect sense. Jared, Jensen, and Misha all appear on Sundays. Misha varies, but Jared and Jensen usually appear through mid-afternoon Sunday. And they have to get up at the butt-crack of dawn Monday to work.I live in the middle of the country. I can’t get a direct flight to Vancouver, but if I could, it would be about a 4 hour flight. Add an hour this side to check in and get through security, and an hour on the other side to get my bags and get the hell out of the airport, and you’re looking at a 6 hour trip. Optimistically.If I have to take a connecting flight? The flying time itself is no less than 8 to 9 hours. Add on 2 more hours (at least) airport time? That’s a full day.
I’m just saying, I don’t think it’s an accident that all the Creation SPN conventions are in cities with direct flights to Vancouver. I wish I could take credit for this bit of insight, but I have to thank my friend Sarah for this nugget of wisdom.
Alrighty then. Let’s say we get three more cities to be announced. Where will they be? Somewhere on the West Coast, surely!! Let’s go back to the Google and find out which US/Canada cities have direct flights to Vancouver (cuz Google is never wrong):
New York City
Los Angeles**
Dallas**
Chicago**
Seattle*
Portland
San Francisco*
Palm Springs
Phoenix*
Salt Lake City
Denver*
Las Vegas*
Newark (seasonal)*
Atlanta (seasonal) 
DC (seasonal)
Minneapolis*
Detroit
Houston*
* = convention announced for 2015** = convention not announced yet, but very likely
I don’t know when DC and Atlanta have direct flights (being seasonal), so I’m going to rule them out on that basis alone. And Palm Springs is basically LA (I know… I’m sure it’s not… but it’s sooooo close).That leaves us with NYC, Portland, Detroit, and Salt Lake City.
I’m not a gambler, and you’ve seen me crash and burn on my predictions before. But that’s how I’m calling it. Two to three of those four cities will be the last to host SPN conventions in 2015. Good luck, East Coasters. Maybe our Aussie, Kiwi, or British friends can give us travel tips.

Creation is adding a metric ton of conventions for 2015, to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Supernatural.

*wink

I know our US West Coast friends are waiting for a city to be announced close to home, given all the Midwest and East Coast cities announced thus far.

I anticipate Creation will announce around 2-3 additional conventions for 2015. If I told you the method for my reasoning, I’d have to kill you. Or at least bind you and force you to watch Bloodlines 200 times in a row.

So let’s break this down.

Current Salute to SPN Cities:

  • Chicago
  • Houston
  • Dallas
  • Denver
  • Vegas
  • Burbank/LA
  • Minneapolis
  • Phoenix
  • San Francisco
  • Seattle
  • Secaucus/Newark, NJ
  • Toronto
  • Vancouver

According to the Google, all these cities have one thing in common. They all have direct flights to Vancouver.

Which makes perfect sense. Jared, Jensen, and Misha all appear on Sundays. Misha varies, but Jared and Jensen usually appear through mid-afternoon Sunday. And they have to get up at the butt-crack of dawn Monday to work.

I live in the middle of the country. I can’t get a direct flight to Vancouver, but if I could, it would be about a 4 hour flight. Add an hour this side to check in and get through security, and an hour on the other side to get my bags and get the hell out of the airport, and you’re looking at a 6 hour trip. Optimistically.

If I have to take a connecting flight? The flying time itself is no less than 8 to 9 hours. Add on 2 more hours (at least) airport time? That’s a full day.

I’m just saying, I don’t think it’s an accident that all the Creation SPN conventions are in cities with direct flights to Vancouver. I wish I could take credit for this bit of insight, but I have to thank my friend Sarah for this nugget of wisdom.

Alrighty then. Let’s say we get three more cities to be announced. Where will they be? Somewhere on the West Coast, surely!! Let’s go back to the Google and find out which US/Canada cities have direct flights to Vancouver (cuz Google is never wrong):

  • New York City
  • Los Angeles**
  • Dallas**
  • Chicago**
  • Seattle*
  • Portland
  • San Francisco*
  • Palm Springs
  • Phoenix*
  • Salt Lake City
  • Denver*
  • Las Vegas*
  • Newark (seasonal)*
  • Atlanta (seasonal) 
  • DC (seasonal)
  • Minneapolis*
  • Detroit
  • Houston*

* = convention announced for 2015
** = convention not announced yet, but very likely

I don’t know when DC and Atlanta have direct flights (being seasonal), so I’m going to rule them out on that basis alone. And Palm Springs is basically LA (I know… I’m sure it’s not… but it’s sooooo close).

That leaves us with NYC, Portland, Detroit, and Salt Lake City.

I’m not a gambler, and you’ve seen me crash and burn on my predictions before. But that’s how I’m calling it. Two to three of those four cities will be the last to host SPN conventions in 2015. Good luck, East Coasters. Maybe our Aussie, Kiwi, or British friends can give us travel tips.

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