"Supernatural" has brought in many guest stars over the years, especially those from other popular sci-fi and fantasy shows. When "Supernatural" returns from Hellatus in January, it will bring a few more interesting guest stars. One of them in particular has this "Supernatural" fan excited for the actor and the character he will play. Knowing a little bit about the characters these guest stars will play gives us fans a bit of insight into what to expect in January.
Jason Dohring as Chronos, God of Time. TV Line confirmed that veteran "Veronica Mars" and "Moonlight" actor Jason Dohring gets to portray the Greek god Chronos come January. While the man might not be a sexy hunk like Jensen and Jared, there is just something about this guy that makes fans stare at the screen in wonder. In "Moonlight," he had a very god-like presence about him and was a likable, but not sappy, vampire. Personally, this will be an amazing episode. Dohring will (here's hoping) reprise his role in later episodes.
What does this new character mean for "Supernatural"? It means that Sam and Dean can still travel through time, even without the help of a much missed angel named Cass. That is, if Chronos is on their side and helps them. It would suck if he were an enemy. It makes sense that he would help the Winchesters, especially considering another guest star:
Nicholas Lea as Eliot Ness, Untouchable. Lea has been on the TV screen for years in shows such as "The X-Files," "Kyle XY" and "V." Lea will now get to play Eliot Ness, leader of the Untouchables. According to TV Line, the Winchesters find out that Ness was also a hunter. It was fun meeting Samuel Colt and seeing Sam and Dean in the old West. If they do some time traveling again, it will be just as fun to see them in the '30s and '40s. Why would Sam and Dean need to travel back in time to hang with Eliot Ness? If it goes the way we guess, Chronos would send them back in time, but the reason why is unclear. Does it have something to do with the Leviathans? Do they start to learn to time travel? Any guesses?
Meghan Ory as Sally, a working girl. Meghan Ory, from "Once Upon a time," doesn't get to play a famous character like Chronos or Eliot Ness, but her character does bring up some questions. Ory plays a working girl that plies her "wares" at a truck stop, according to TV Line, and she gets help from one Sam Winchester. The episode's title is "Adventures in Babysitting," and there is a younger actor, Madison McLaughlin, that looks similar to Ory, also billed for that episode. As a best guess, Ory works at the truck stop to make money for her family, which includes a younger sister. This sister gets in some trouble with supernatural creatures and Sam saves the day. Why is Sam alone, though? There is no mention of Dean in the description.