The British chapter of the Men of Letters is coming to "Supernatural" in Season 12, and from what we hear, they're not going to be big fans of the American method of hunting.
According to showrunner Andrew Dabb, the Men of Letters originated in England, and their more regimented style of hunting has led to a record low number of monster deaths in the past 50 years. However, when they catch wind of the Winchesters' much more troubling record with things that go bump in the night, they're not going to be very pleased.
"They come to America, and they're looking at American hunters, and they're like, 'You guys are a bunch of guys in pick-up trucks driving around,'" says Dabb. "They want to come in -- especially with the Darkness having just happened -- they're like, 'Look, we have to come in and teach these guys how to do what we do.'"
Given their history, we're not expecting Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) to appreciate the criticism or the hoity-toity opinion on their hunting skills.
However, what we're most interested in seeing is how Mary Winchester (Samantha Smith) will respond to these Men of Letters.
Mary was raised by American hunters, and we know she'll be getting back to her hunter roots in Season 12 now that she's been resurrected, so what will these British Men of Letters mean to her?
Smith says we should expect her to be very wary of the new chapter, especially considering the way they fired a shot at Sam in the Season 11 finale. "There's going to be a grudge, I would guess," Smiths says. "Please don't shoot my kids!"
"Supernatural" returns October 13th at 9 p.m. ET/PT on The CW.