"Supernatural" will return in January 2014 with the second half of Season 9 and the upcoming episode titles have been revealed. Actor Tim Omundson, who guest stars as Cain in Episode 11 titled "First Born," has teased the fans via Twitter about Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) having an intense fight scene.
Fans will have to patiently wait for the brand new episode to air to find out if Cain will be a friend or an enemy of the Winchester brothers. Tim Omundson will portray Cain, the first son of Adam and Eve who became the "Father of Murder" that trained the Knights of Hell during his early demon days.
In the E!Online Spoiler Chat report, love made Cain quit his evil doings but he could go back to his old self during his appearance in Episode 11 titled "First Born." Tim Omundson, 44, has been busy filming his part in the CW TV series but he was able to tease the fans about co-star Jensen Ackles' intense fight scene for the upcoming episode via Twitter last November.
"Watching Jensen spend the last 9 hours shooting 1 fight scene written by [Robbie Thompson] on @cw_spn. Compleat [sic] and Total BadAssery!" the "Psych" actor shared on his Twitter account @Omundson. Assistant director Kevin Parks claimed as well that Dean's fight sequence is one of the best in the entire "Supernatural" series, according to the Enstars report.
The excitement further rises since details were not given as to who Dean's enemy is in the intense fight scene. The Winchester brothers together with Castiel (Misha Collins) will continue with their battle against angels and demons as they deal with Crowley (Mark Sheppard), Metatron (Curtis Armstrong) and the throne-hungry Abaddon (Alaina Huffman) in Episode 10 "Road Trip" that will air on January 14, 2014.
Meanwhile, Spoiler TV has revealed the exciting titles for the upcoming "Supernatural" Season 9 episodes. Episode 12 will be titled "Sharp Teeth" while Episode 13 will be called "Let the Fat One In."
Another Enstars spoiler report reads: "Although details are scarce on these upcoming storylines, there is slightly more information regarding episode 14. Titled "Nowhere To Go But Down," the script was penned by Robert Berens ("Heaven Can't Wait") and will be directed by Jerry Wanek."
"Supernatural" Season 9 airs Tuesday nights at 9 p.m. on the CW network.
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