Supernatural: Season 14 – A Review

Hey guys!
We’re almost at the end. I’m both excited and sad to have come this far. Let’s talk about season 14 while I figure out what to with my life after I finished watching all 15 seasons of Supernatural!

The Plot (according to Rotten Tomatoes):

Season 14 of this drama television series opens weeks after the possession of Dean by the Archangel Michael. Now, Sam, Castiel and Jack must find a way to bring Dean back and stop Michael’s plan to bring demise into the world. Meanwhile, Jack is finding hard to adapt to his new life without powers, while Sam finds himself the leader of a new hunter network.

The Rating:

This was so, so good.
Honestly, most shows get worse towards the end, but with Supernatural it’s quite the opposite. While (especially) the first season was a bit wobbly they managed to find what they excel at and are playing that marvelously.

So, I wasn’t 100% in love with the new problem we are facing (Dean being possessed by Michael), but they spun that story really well. There was enough time to explore this but (in contrast to other seasons), this wasn’t drawn out over too many episodes. Well done!

You know, I kept waiting for Crowley to come back. Surely, he can’t really be dead? But I guess, I’ll have to accept that this time he really is gone. Such a shame, he was one of my favorite characters.

However, in his stead, Rowena is really growing on me. She’s such a cool character and has undergone so much development throughout the seasons!

And then there’s Jack. My darling, baby Jack. You know that meme from Brooklyn 99? The one with Rosa and the dog? Where she says she only had him for a day but if anything happened to him she’d kill everybody in this room and then herself?
That’s me (and the Winchesters+Castiel) when it comes to Jack. I don’t care what he did, he is precious and needs to be protected at all costs.

This season didn’t hit me quite as hard as #13, but it definitely had its spectacular moments. Despite so many seasons, Supernatural is still going strong. I’m actually really sad that it’ll end after season 15, but I’m sure they’ll go out kicking!

Did you watch the season? Let me know in the comments what you think!

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