Whether or not viewers were fans of the British Men of Letters story line in Supernatural’s Season 12, there’s no denying that David Haydn-Jones who played Arthur Ketch was well received. He took a villainous character who was an adversary to Sam and Dean Winchester (Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles) and made him into something more. Viewers were intrigued, we wanted to know what was behind the debonair British charm…what made Arthur Ketch tick? I know we all had questions. Sadly, we’ll never get all the answers.
The Nerdy Girl Express thanks David Haydn-Jones for being so kind and generous to allow us to share his thoughts on Ketch following the character’s demise at the hands of Mary Winchester (Samantha Smith) in the preseason finale episode “Who We Are.” Read on to find out what David Haydn-Jones thought about Arthur Ketch, his feelings for Mary and more.
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The epic adventure of hunting brothers Sam and Dean Winchester (Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles) continued in Supernatural Season 12 where the brothers faced new foes and welcomed a beloved family member back from the dead.
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In Season 12, The CW’s Supernatural introduced us to the elusive Mr. Arthur Ketch, a suave, yet dangerous operative with the British Men of Letters (BMOL). Mr. Ketch was the person who the BMOL called whenever a situation got out of hand. Ketch is the eliminator of problems and is relied upon to make sure difficulties are dealt with i.e. oftentimes, this means permanently removing a person by killing them. But Arthur Ketch is more than a gun for hire. He’s a complicated man who viewers are slowly starting to get to know. Ketch believes in honor and follows the BMOL’s twisted code without question.
Actor David Haydn-Jones portrays Arthur Ketch to perfection. And in a short time, Haydn-Jones has endeared himself to Supernatural fans. He has taken Ketch and made him more than a villain and foil for Sam and Dean Winchester. Here is a layered character and through David Haydn-Jones’ acting talents, we look forward to peeling back these layers.
Haydn-Jones took time from his busy Supernatural shooting schedule to answer The Nerdy Girl Express’ questions on his fascinating character. Read on to find out what he had to say.
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For 12 seasons, the hunting adventures and family drama of Sam and Dean Winchester (Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles) on The CW’s Supernatural have excited fans. We’ve laughed over funny moments, cheered for their triumphs (take that Azazel, Lilith etc) and cried over their tragic losses (deaths…so, so, so many deaths). But through it all, we’ve believed in Sam and Dean, their hunting skill and their undeniable brotherly love.
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The Miller Twins Talk Supernatural will be going on hiatus as my twin and writing partner Tracy Miller is unable to write the feature at this time. However, I couldn’t let an episode of Supernatural pass without sharing my thoughts on the series which seems to have gotten better with age, stepping up its game because of the continued talents of the actors and crew. Additionally, new writers Davy Perez (who I had the pleasure of interviewing recently), Meredith Glynn and Steve Yockey have really added a fresh perspective to the long running series while staying true to the characters and show.
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For Supernatural’s Sam and Dean Winchester (Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles) religion and divine beings haven’t always played nicely together. And their last experience with a religious family turned out to be a cult of werewolves. And if the title of the Supernatural episode “American Nightmare airing November 3 is any indication, the Winchester brothers are not in for a fun time.
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Now that Sam (Jared Padalecki) has been rescued from Toni’s (Elizabeth Blackmore) clutches, it’s time for the Winchester family to go on a hunt together. Meanwhile, Castiel (Misha Collins) and Crowley (Mark Sheppard) become partners to track Lucifer (Rick Springfield). The episode “The Foundry” airs October 27.
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Season 12 of The CW’s Supernatural continues as Dean and Mary search for Sam to save him from Toni. And Lucifer takes a vessel. The episode titled “Mama Mia” airs October 20.
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