Supernatural Season 15 returns tonight, January 16, 2020 at 8 p.m. EST/7 p.m. CST on The CW. The description for Episode 9, titled “The Trap,” reads, “Sam and Eileen are faced with the brutal truth. Meanwhile Dean and Cass work together in the hopes of getting a step ahead of Chuck.”
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Episode 9 Will Feature Jack’s Return & Bring Back Two Fan-Favorite Characters
Tonight’s episode will continue following Dean and Cas as they attempt to work out their issues in purgatory, while Sam deals with the psychological issues brought on by his connection with Chuck. Episode 9 will also bring back two surprising guest stars and will feature Jack’s return, according to executive producer Andrew Dabb.
Dabb told TV Line that tonight’s episode will help tie up a few of the cliffhangers that Episode 8 left viewers with back in December. He says it will also be a “pivot point” for the rest of the series, which wraps up in May, 2020.
“Certainly, Episode 8 had a lot of cliffhangers, a lot of open-ended questions. Episode 9 doesn’t answer all those questions, but it answers a lot of them,” Dabb told TV Line during a recent interview. “And also, it acts as a little bit of a pivot point for the rest of our season, where everything that happens going forward happens because of the things that happen in Episode 9, which is a little vague but true.”
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