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Supernatural Season 11: Sam Winchester dies in Episode 17 trailer?

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The latest promo for Supernatural Season 11 has arrived, and it doesn't bode well for Sam Winchester! Will he survive? Check out the Episode 17 trailer below!

Supernatural Season 11: Episode 16 was disappointingly another standalone adventure, and while next week's "Red Meat" doesn't seem to progress the plot any further towards beating The Darkness, the premise of the episode sounds very interesting. The plot synopsis is as follows:"Sam and Dean battle a pair of werewolves who have captured two victims. Just as the brothers are about to win, one of the werewolves shoots Sam. Dean gets his brother and the victims out of the house but learns a pack of werewolves are hot on their tail, hoping to kill them all." Sam and Dean are so used to being hunters but now they're the hunted, so it's going to be fascinating to see how they react to this change of fortune. And with Sam bleeding out from the gunshot wound, we'd imagine that the tensions are high as the werewolves close in on them. Watch the Episode 17 trailer below!

Well that was ominous. As we're sure most of you recall, last time Sam Winchester was brought back from the dead, he was told that it was his last time, and that the next time he died his time would be up. The Reapers aren't particularly chummy with Sam and Dean due to the amount of times they've been resurrected, and have even threatened to throw them into the Empty when they die just to be sure that they can't come back. The threat is even more real here though, as Sam has never been in more danger. Not only is he dying from a gunshot wound and being preyed on by werewolves, but the Reapers are out to finish him off once and for all. Billie tells him: "No more second chances. I'm going to reap you." How are Sam and Dean going to get out of this one? Stay tuned for regular updates on Supernatural. Do you think Sam Winchester will die?

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