Hey guys! You know, I started watching Supernatural late in 2019. I had waited this long, so I could watch the entire thing without always having to wait in-between season. I figured, they’ll be done airing the final season by the time I catch up. …And then COVID 19 hit and my beautiful plan was for naught. Anyways, let’s talk about what already aired of Supernatural’s 15th and final season!
The Plot (according to Rotten Tomatoes):
Sam, Dean, and Cass are left to save themselves and the world one final time. But this time they aren’t just up against any old monster. This time they have to take on God himself, and that guy is pissed af.
We’re not even done with the season and I’m already feeling all the feels. There’s so much going and I was prepared for sacrifices to be made but those still hit me hard.
So far, the season is super intriguing. The story is well-written and promises to be a worthy end to 15 years of saving people and hunting things.
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!
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.
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!
Season 12 of this fantasy drama picks up right where it left off, with Sam kidnapped by British Men of Letters member Toni Bevell; and Dean in shock at the sight of his mother, Mary, who’s been long dead. Castiel is forced to partner up with Crowley to search for the vessel-jumping Lucifer, most notably played by guest star Rick Springfield. As Lucifer begins to possess more powerful and influential people to get what he wants, the hunters are forced to face the death of one of their own. While trying to stop Lucifer, the Winchester brothers are wrongly accused and arrested for his crime – leading Mary and Castiel to turn to an unlikely source to find them.
So, here’s the deal: after last season’s finale I was pretty excited. The latest plot twist we had been served was indeed a big surprise and I was curious to see how things would pan out.
Although I could see all the potential in the world coming together, the season was off to a rocky start. Or at least it was for me, on RT the approval rating is at 100%.
The 11th series of this supernatural series begins with the Winchesters dealing with repercussions of releasing The Darkness on earth. Sam and Dean Winchester are approached by a young deputy sheriff, Jenna, who reveals that people have been going rabid and starting killing sprees. Can the violent infection be cured?
I feel like we really are back in the game. Season 11 was pretty good and I liked the main antagonist we got this time. Her development was interesting and different enough from the previous seasons to keep me interested.
Furthermore, it’s nice to see a lot of Crowley in this season as well as he’s one of my favorites. And guess what, he actually gets a real storyline instead of just providing sarcastic commentary from the sidelines!
The 10th season of this supernatural series begins with Dean (Jensen Ackles) enjoying life as a demon with Crowley (Mark A. Sheppard). However, Dean grows more aggressive when the Mark of Cain is not fed. Meanwhile, Sam (Jared Padalecki), oblivious to his brother’s state, is desperately searching for him and, upon learning his fate, attempts to return him to human form. Additionally, the brothers continue hunting supernatural beings and face the goddess Calliope when she brutally forces a school to perform a musical about the brothers’ lives. Also, they become murder suspects while investigating a shape shifter and take on an old foe who resurfaces. Elsewhere, Castiel (Misha Collins) is on the verge of death, but does not want to be saved by evil means. This leaves Hannah (Erica Carroll) in a quandary as she tries to help him.
I’m really glad to see that the show got its groove back. Season 8 was a bit of a letdown for me and I actually had to take a break from watching after that one. Well, season 9 was much better but now I’m always a little wary when starting a new season.
#10 holds an approval rating of 100% on Rotten Tomatoes, and I’m glad I can agree with that. I didn’t love everything, but it certainly is a good season!
Hey guys! We’re steadily advancing on this Supernatural review marathon. Today, I’ll talk about season 9 of fifteen. Behold, the end is drawing near!
Heaven is closed and all the angels are stuck on earth. As it soon turns out, this is almost as bad as back in the day when hell’s gate burst open. As we are speaking of hell, a battle for the position of HBIC is being prepared…
Here’s the thing: season 9 was pretty good, but I don’t really care for the angels. Well, except for Castiel. Sure, There’s a lot going on and it’s decently written but it just wasn’t my cup of tea.
I am, however, intrigued to find out how things turn out in hell, although so far that part of the story feels a little underdeveloped and not that well written. We still have 6 seasons to take care of that, so I’m lenient for now.