The begining was tough (too many american horror stories) but just when i was going to give up....... the war of heaven versus hell, with a God missing and with good and bad angels. I think the best are the secondary actors (castiel, lucifer, crowley the demon). I hope they go back to the angels vs demons, and the search for God story, i am a bit tired of the leviathan.
I've always enjoyed watching this show and I will do until the very end. Naturally, I'm super excited about the premiere however, I'm not sure whether I want them to drag the 'Dean trapped in purgatory' story line out or not. Does anyone have any thoughts on this or will it be good either way? :)
The only tv show I actually sit down and watch in it's timeframe. Supernatural is the greatest slice of entertainment available --anywhere! These characters play their roles like they were born to do them. Great show start to finish, season after season. Premium channels got nothin' in this genre on Supernatural.
i have watched from the being i think i is awsome i u guys are awsome and everyone eles i have watched every one i always wanted to meet ya'll and cast,bobby,and everyone eles you people insire meeee!!!!!!!!!!! i love all the seasons cant wait till the 8th!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!p.s. thier hot!!
I just watched the new trailer for Season 8 (link: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=cMxDW0CQ1b4&feature=player_embedded ; or on TV.com in the "Coming Attractions" section) and I think it's gonna be AMAZING!
The classic Winchesters-vs.-Demons storyline could finally take the
general spotlight (for the better in my opinion), especially when Hell is threatened to become a demon prison with no exits!
We'll just have to wait and see.10 out of 10 always and forever, Supernatural!
Great variety in episodes, decent dialogue and an all-round good show.
I have just finished Season 4 - Episode 14 and noticed the use of certain expressions.
The expression "vic" for "victim" is used by both Sam, Dean, Bobby, the Siren and AFAIK also the doctor. The expression have never before been used in the series, and for all characters to suddenly use it is poor character dialogue. The characters need individuality in language and expressions.
I hope the series won't get dragged out like X-Files was. David Duchovny saw it coming, and after he left the show was running on fumes, rendering the show an incomplete mess, in my opinion.
Totally hooked on Superatural. Watching Season 5 now, getting caught up for October.
Question: I've researched the heck out of their pentagram tattoos, and I understand it's for protection from demons, but what does the sun represent? I'm not able to find much about the tattoo as a whole, and what everything means pulled together. Anyone?
i've been watching this show since day one, when dean was just starting to hunt on his own and sam was reluctant to go with him. and these boys have gone a long way. this show is getting better and better... i remember the days when the boys' greatest monster was the wendigo and now they defeated scum from purgatory... i'm excited and looking forward to the next season...
i just noticed that dean has been literally everywhere, from the past to the future, from heaven and hell, and now even in purgatory.... and i was there with him (haha,,,fangirl mode)... thumbs up if you were also there with him :)
I started watching this show a couple months ago on Netflix and I got addicted. I LOVE the brother relationship between Sam and Dean, it reminds me a lot of the one between Prue,Piper,Phoebe,and Paige from Charmed(my fav show). Supernatural can get a little scary lol but it's really good. Can't wait for season 8
If this was a review of the fans it would be much worse. Regardless, Supernatural it much like an overcooked hamburger, it gives you piece of mind that you can't get sick, but there is no flavor or originality. My main point is they stole from the x-files, changed the main theme of the show, to make it seem like something new, but quite frankly the only thing good they stole from x-files is the monster episodes. This show is going downhill fast much the way as x-files did.
I personally really hated Season 6 but I kept my hopes up for Season 7 and I have to say that I loved Season 7 so much. Now that Sera Gamble is gone, I think the show will go back in the right direction. I think Purgatory was a great twist in the storyline. I can not wait until Season 8.
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I honestly think that when Sera Gamble signed on to be a writer she screwed up the entire story line. I know she used to be an editor or something but I think that she screwed everything up by the dialogue itself, I understand she is a woman but I think she shouldn't be writing such feminine things for these characters. I'm not meaning to offend anyone here but she made them seem extremely homosexual and cowardly in which they are not. I am expecting Season 8 to be much better since they replaced her. Other then that this is an extremely complex, awesome show that deserves to be recognized. Overall this is my favorite show and I am ecstatic for Season 8. For those of you that have any questions about this show I suggest you visit http://supernaturalwiki.com, it will help you understand more about the characters, the weapons, the monsters, the mythology, plot holes, etc.
My husband and I really love this show. We even collected all the seasons....We watch all even the replays on demand...My whole clan loves it too. We are looking forward with the next season.. Love love this show....We already missed Dean and Sam on TV
Like many TV shows about heroes (including the one actually entitled Heroes) this show does not live up to it's own promise. From the lazy literary device of false or clearly ginned-up dilemmas, to the plot holes big enough to drive an Impala through, to the inconsistencies in it's own mythos, Supernatural fails so often to live up to the psomises it makes that it is a very frustrating show to watch.
Examples of those in reverse order, no one demands that a work of fiction,m especially one of fantasy like this one, be realistic. Realism is boring when it comes to fantasy, scifi, and such. So it doesn't bother me that they talk of over 600 seals when The Book of Revelations only refers to seven, or that they seem to have endless resources for research into ancient myths and legends with no mention of who wrote them and why, or even that they speak of special translations of well-known texts that contain passages no one ever heard of before. If it is true in this milieu then I buy it.
What bothers me is when the writers violate their own in-system logic. Like for example tha the brothers believe in demons as they hunt them, but not in angels, or that when they come to believe in angels they still speak of Lucifer and God as myths. Wouldn't the existence of one necessitate the existence of the other?
Or how about plot holes such as the fact that demons are so much more powerful than humans, and yet no group of them have yet managed to take over the world? Never mind the world, how about a small banana republic, or even just a suburban mini-mall? I mean, c'mon, really?
An how many times is a demon or ghost or other beastie going to jump out at them and the brother stand stunned and watch it devour someone BEFORE they finally move and fight it? Haven't they seen a million of these things before? After all he'd seen could Sam really think that drinking demon blood was a good thing? And what is the world did any angel do to make Dean think they were on the side of humanity, ever?
I could go on and on but you get my point. Better writing, guys! Quit with the false soap-opera dilemmas, the manufactured plot-twists that have become so predictable (I mean how cheap is it to have a heretofore trusted ally turn on one brother mere seconds before the other brother discovers proof that said ally is nothing of the sort...how lazy can a storyteller be?)
Anyway, I've waxed on, you see where I'm going. Tighten up the story lines, dudes, and quite skating on old tired tropes and templates of the past. Try something truly challenging and give us something fresh that we haven't seen before.
This show is severely underrated by everyone but its fans. And it stars two of the most underrated actors in Hollywood. Jared Padalecki has A-list action/drama star written all over him. Same thing for Jensen Ackles. Both catch flack for "over-acting" I've noticed. Funny thing is, people say that without understanding their characters. These guys have a great future ahead of them. And I think this show has plenty of juice left. The only complaint I have ever had about it is the continuation of the angel/heaven/hell story arc. I wish the show could find a place for Misha Collins that doesn't compromise the integrity of the show (a fix-all angel to mop up every mess defeats everything) or seem redundant.
I like how the writers find ideas in the old Catholic Bibles written in the middle ages. The stories of dragons,demons, angels,ghosts, and monsters were retired from current Biblical texts. Monks wrote down what the current urban legend or visit from angel or demon was happening and tried to tie it into a Biblical interest. This TV show tells many of these stories of 1200 years. ago.
for god sake never end this series............................and especially cass sam and dean ...........they are awesome....................seriously the best characters to this series..................keep going..........
i just started watching the show on netflix. The show Kind of really reminds me of Lethal Weapon kind of in the since Sense that Sam and Dean kind of Glover and Gibson when they are in the funnier episodes. Like the episode with cursed rabbits foot were Sam gets into a whole lot of trouble when his luck turns sour. Dean is however the smart ass in the show which makes it funnier and Sam just kind of pulls of an early Mel Gibson look which is laughable in other words this show is great.
Really a great tv series, have been watching it since the first season. Season 7 got me at the start a bit "ok where is this going?!" but was good run (love that you put the girl from Eureka); the end was good, even so that well one brother been in hell, the other in a cage with the devil and now got into "purgatory", but I like it; and I liked the season final.
What would like to see more is that the history gets great build up and then it looks like it resolves a bit easy/fast (IMHO); and would love to have more great rock music.
I've just finished season 6 of this highly engrossing program. When I first fathomed how truly underrated this show was, I was simply stunned. All the characters are likeable and the writing is excellent, what more could you ask. It's a miracle that this fabulous series wasn't cancelled yet due to low ratings. I hope it never does as do most people who have been lured into this show.