Supernatural S15E20 Review: Carry On

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Sam and Dean Winchester

Supernatural comes to a close with a moving finale that feels familiar while still managing to be unexpected and suspenseful. Jensen Ackles, who plays Dean Winchester, and Jared Padalecki, who plays Sam Winchester, take a very good story and make a great series finale. Just as it was in the beginning of Supernatural, “Carry On” is a story of two brothers and what’s meaningful to them—saving people, hunting things, and family.

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Supernatural: Our favorite props from our favorite series

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The richness of Rocky’s Bar

“God is in the details” refers to the little things. It’s the tiny minutiae of detail that creates something beautiful. Whether it’s God, the devil, or the Winchesters in the details, the CW series Supernatural certainly proves that paying attention to the finer points yields striking results. Since the onset of the series in 2005, there’s been plenty of opportunity to showcase supernatural objects, texts, and weapons. And Chuck knows, no television series puts as much effort into the details as Supernatural.

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Supernatural Watch Party for Democracy

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Supernatural stars were joined by Senator Cory Booker, Andrew Yang, and MJ Hegar

Misha Collins, who plays the angel Castiel on Supernatural, wants you and your friends to vote. He’s been sounding the call to get involved in this election since the primary. As Supernatural returned to our screens with the episode “Last Holiday,” By organizing the ultimate watch party, Collins brought together fans, cast, crew, and some folks who have run or are running for office. His Supernatural Watch Party for Democracy aims to help people understand why participation in important, make sure people vote, and have some fun.

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Supernatural S15E14 Recap: Last Holiday

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"Last Holiday" Supernatural
Mrs. Butters (Meagen Fay), Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles)

This time last year, we were traveling to Toronto for a Supernatural convention, where we watched the Season 15 premiere with other members of the #SPNfamily. No one anticipated a real life pandemic would interrupt the final season of this beloved series. The coronavirus may not be demonic in nature like the Croatoan virus, but it has caused a lot of horror and havoc. A delay in production wasn’t ideal, but it’s given viewers something to look forward to this fall.

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Supernatural S15E05 Review: Proverbs 17:3

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Tent Supernatural Proverbs 17:3“Proverbs 17:3” has that old school Supernatural feel, while giving the audience something original and noteworthy. It’s visually stunning, tells a fantastic story, and the performances of Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles remind us why the Winchesters remain the heart of Supernatural. Writer Steve Yockey goes back to basics, but with a demonic twist, while director Richard Speight, Jr. creates a Wes Anderson-inspired design. Continue reading

Supernatural: Richard Speight, Jr. brings his experience directing to Season 15

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Richard Speight Jared Padelecki directing SupernaturalRichard Speight, Jr. has been a part of the Supernatural series since his debut as the Trickster in Season 2. As well as appearing in 12 episodes of Supernatural, Speight has directed seven episodes of the series. As Supernatural heads into its final season, Speight is slated to direct four more episodes in Season 15. In anticipation of the upcoming season, let’s delve into Speight’s previous work as a director on Supernatural. Continue reading

Supernatural S14E20 Review: Moriah

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Jack Castiel Supernatural MoriahIn the Supernatural season finale, “Moriah,” writer Andrew Dabb and director Phil Sgriccia craft a thrilling episode of television that begins the end of the series. Season 14 leaves behind Michael’s attempted coup and Jack’s soulless struggle, revealing a truth we didn’t see coming. Remarkable performances by the cast took a great story and turned it up to 11. “Moriah” is classic Supernatural at its best. Continue reading

Supernatural S14E10 Review: Nihilism

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squirrel supernatural nihilismAs Supernatural approaches their 300th episode, we’re reminded of what makes this series so outstanding with the mid-season opener “Nihilism.” Sure, saving people and hunting things makes for exciting television, but that in itself isn’t why this series has lasted for 14 seasons. It starts with great characters with complex connections, is maintained by creative storytelling and emotional performances, and is supported with an eye for detail in film and set. “Nihilism” checks all the Supernatural boxes, with an episode that’s both thoughtful and thrilling. Continue reading

Supernatural S14E02 Review: Gods and Monsters

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Michael Supernatural "Gods and Monsters"In “Gods and Monsters,” Supernatural begins a slow reveal of the mayhem Michael (Jensen Ackles) intends to introduce with his experimental creations. While Michael attempts to bring his ghastly vision into being, Nick (Mark Pellegrino) and Jack (Alexander Calvert) explore unacknowledged aspects of who they are. Writers Brad Buckner and Eugenie Ross-Leming construct the form for the Season 14 story arc, while director Richard Speight, Jr. brings “Gods and Monsters” to life.

“To the new world of gods and monsters!”
– Dr. Pretorius toasting Dr. Frankenstein in Bride of Frankenstein

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Supernatural S14E01 Review: Stranger in a Strange Land

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Michael Sister Jo Supernatural Stranger in a Strange LandThe Season 14 premiere of Supernatural finds Sam Winchester (Jared Padalecki) holding things together at the bunker while the Archangel Michael (Jensen Ackles) walks the Earth trying to understand what exactly everybody wants. “Stranger in a Strange Land” was written by co-showrunner Andrew Dabb and directed by Thomas Wright. The episode served to bring current viewers up to speed while providing at least one surprising reveal. Continue reading