'Supernatural' Season 9 premiere: Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki talk lies, angels and Castiel

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With the premiere of "Supernatural" Season 9, the Winchester brothers have a lot to deal with. Dean ( Jensen Ackles) is lying to Sam ( Jared Padalecki) about ... everything. Castiel ( Misha Collins), meanwhile, has to face life as a human hunted by angels.

Add in some near death, and the new season is ready to go. Ackles and Padalecki recently talked about the premiere and what comes next from the Vancouver set of "Supernatural." Watch the videos below to find out what they had to say.

The guys first address the issue of how Dean is lying to Sam about Ezekiel and the younger Winchester's very survival. Obviously, it's not going to end well. Some background on the episode and additional secrets round out this short talk.



There must be consequences for all of these actions, of course. That will soon become apparent. Not only will Dean need to keep lying to his brother, but there's also the fact that Sam was ready to choose Death in the season premiere.



And then there's the issue of Castiel. No longer an angel, Cas has to deal with both threats on his life and basic humanity things -- like the need to drink water occasionally. This will also have an effect on the Winchesters.

Warning: There are some small spoilers and teasers about upcoming plots in this video. Watch at your own risk!



Throughout all of this, Dean is pretty much going to be on his own. It's not like he can talk to Sam about his problems. And Castiel really isn't going to be too helpful this season. Dean has no one but his beloved car to support him. That has to take its toll.

Note: The man staring in the window about 30 seconds into the video is one of the "Supernatural" producers, Jim Michaels. He is an interesting fellow.



Finally, the guys talk a little about the overall arc of the season. There aren't really any spoilers here -- Padalecki just confirms that the angel wars are going to be big.



"Supernatural" airs Tuesdays at 9 p.m. on The CW.

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