Supernatural reveals when Castiel will be resurrected

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From Digital Spy

Warning: This article contains spoilers about Supernatural season 13.

Cas! Everyone's favourite Supernatural angel suffered a cruel death at the end of last season, losing his life when trying to trap Lucifer in the alternate world.

As is common knowledge by now, Castiel will be back. But when and how?

Entertainment Weekly got the scoop. And it seems that Misha Collins' character is first seen in episode 3, before finally reuniting with Dean and Sam Winchester in episode 6.

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Where Castiel initially ends up is a bit of a mystery, though.

"It's a place we'll be seeing for the first time through his eyes," said executive producer Andrew Dabb – and it's not heaven, hell, or purgatory. In fact, it's a "very, very dark place".

Misha also teased: "I really think that this is potentially the most boring place in the universe. [Castiel is] really preoccupied with the notion of getting back to the boys and [Lucifer's son] Jack."

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Supernatural's 13th season will see the return of the post-apocalyptic alternate reality, and there may be some very familiar characters popping up along the way – albeit in the form of alternate versions and in some cases even played by different actors.

One return comes in the form of archangel villain Michael, last seen trapped in Lucifer's Cage back in season five.

Now in a vessel played by Christian Keyes, he has been described as a "victor" and a "Genghis Khan" in the alternate reality. Could he be season 13's ultimate Big Bad?

Supernatural returns to The CW on Thursday, October 12. E4 airs the show in the UK.

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