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Supernatural's Misha Collins Calls Out the CW Show For Being "Gratuitously Misogynistic"

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Published on May 14, 2013

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Supernatural's Misha Collins Calls Out the CW Show For Being "Gratuitously Misogynistic"

Supernatural series regular Misha Collins, known for playing Castiel on the CW series since 2008, opens up about the scripts that sometimes make him "cringe," and the issues he has with the show's misogyny.


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Whoa, there. Did Misha Collins just diss Supernatural? The actor, who is set to return as series regular Castiel next season, shared some serious show criticism at a New Jersey Supernatural convention over the weekend. "There's some stupid things on the show that they shouldn't do," Collins said.  "Like, why do they have to say 'bitch' and kill all the women? There are certain small ways in which the show is sort of gratuitously misogynistic when it doesn't need to be. When I read the scripts, I cringe sometimes." Ouch! Do you agree that Supernatural is misogynistic, or is Misha being too sensitive? Let us know what you think in the comments, and stick with us at Celebified for more TV buzz.

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