Dean and Sam Winchester fight all things weird and often obnoxious in Supernatural. One common thread links the demons, vampires, shape-shifters, and other oh so lovely ghouls that seem to populate a frighteningly large proportion of the United States: the line between good and evil is often a blurry one. Oh, and that Impalas rock.
What happens in Supernatural doesn't stay in Supernatural; many of the show's dilemmas take root in day-to-day, current global dilemmas. Too bad we don't have a real-life pair of Winchester-like brothers, helped by a real-life Castiel… So this review will just have to do! Combining a sometimes acerbic humor with enthusiasm that would make fan-girls everywhere proud (and boyfriends everywhere cringe), these reviews focus on the social criticism Supernatural is.
Sam and Dean must clean up another one of Lucifer's messes.
Dean sinks to new lows but Sam's newfound maturity saves him from himself.
Sam and Dean meet people who know what is going on and are fighting the Apocalypse — or so they thought.
Sam and Dean are killed. They take advantage of the fact that they are in Heaven to look for Joshua, who talks to God.
Sam and Dean face the Third Horseman, Death.
The march towards the Apocalypse continues as Sam and Dean face the second Horseman.
The Winchester brothers take a trip into the past to save their parents from Anna the angel and come back with new information about their past and its influence on their current situation.
Things get a little difficult for Sam and Dean as they check themselves in to a psychiatric hospital for a hunt, and end up getting some therapy during their stay.
Dean and Sam have a chance to kill Lucifer; will they be able to end the Apocalypse?
Sam and Dean face a foe more devious than Lucifer: Becky, their ultimate fan.
You can take Dean and Sam away from the Apocalypse but it will eventually find them.
The boys have decided to go down fighting, taking as many baddies as they can down with them.
Dean and Sam cross paths with the Antichrist.
Sam and Dean are back together; will they be able to work in tandem once again?
Dean is sent to the future to see what will happen if Lucifer isn't defeated - and it ain't pretty.
Dean and Sam have parted ways; will the Apocalypse bring them back together?
Is it the beginning of the end, or is it just a bump in the road? Will demon-fighting ever be the same again?
The Winchester brothers return to fight off Lucifer, whom they unknowingly helped escape from Hell.