‘Supernatural’ Season 11 Spoilers: Felicia Day Wants To Join Cast Again
The eleventh season of “Supernatural” will premiere on October 7th, 2015, and there is a rumor doing rounds that Charlie Bradbury may come back as a ghost in the new season.
The cast of “Supernatural” all turned up for the 2015 San Diego Comic Con, but none of them were very forthcoming about the plot details for the new season of “Supernatural.” Readers will recall that the finale of the tenth season of “Supernatural” saw Rowena, who is played by Ruth Connell, placing the Attack Dog spell on Castiel, who is played by Misha Collins, with Crowley as the target. It looks like Crowley’s mother Rowena really hate him, or she wouldn’t have placed the spell on him.
Mark Sheppard, who plays Crowley in the series, wasn’t very forthcoming about the future of his character. When asked what would happen to the character in the next season, Mark Sheppard had kurtly responded that Crowley was dead and had politely asked that the topic be changed. This made the fans wonder if Rowena is really going to be successful with her attack dog spell. Other then that curt insight, Mark Sheppard said very little to reveal anything about the next season.
Mark Sheppard was very tight-lipped about the fate of the King of Hell, but Felicia Day expressed hearty interest in reprising her role as Charlie Bradbury in the series. “I would love to be back on Supernatural. It is an amazing family that I was blessed to be a part of for four years,” Felicia Day told the press enthusiastically.
Readers will recall that Day’s character, Charlie Bradbury had been killed when she was trying to steal the ‘Book of the Damned’ from the Styne family in” Season 10, episode 21 titled “Dark Dynasty.” Charlie Bradbury was trying to decode it in order to help Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) get rid of the Mark of Cain.
According to reports, Day indicated that she wanted to reprise her role as Charlie Bradbury, even as a ghost, in the new season. Yibada reported the news first.
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