Seeing as I started to re-watch the Supernatural series from the very beginning, I thought it would be a good idea to review each season for what it is (I only own a few seasons at the moment, but I’m going to be filling on my collection sooner rather than later, so we might as well get a head start on it). I also know that many of you guys own or have seen Supernatural and keep up with the show, which makes this the perfect time for a little interaction, so if you have anything to say, please feel free to say it. I promise I won’t bite.
Supernatural is a series that focuses on two brothers, Sam and Dean Winchester and follows them on their search for their father, who went off looking for the demon that has killed the their mother and Sam’s girlfriend. The Winchester boys are guided by their father’s journal though and on their journey they encounter some rather odd things, be it ghosts, vampires or monsters in general. Their job is to help people, save lives and kill as many supernatural bad guys as they can, whilst trying to find the answers to their own history.
This TV show had a good run, as the first season presented to us a whole 22 episodes of pure kick-ass action and brotherly love. Starring the ever so handsome Jared Padalecki as the humble, sweet and younger brother, Sam Winchester as well as the boy-toy bad-boy Jensen Ackles as the old-school bad-ass leather-loving, humorous and sexy older brother, Dean Winchester. We have some guest appearances by Jeffrey Dean Morgan as John Winchester, the boys’ father, as well! All these elements already makes Supernatural a really sexy show and much beloved by the ladies, but there are more to it than just a few hot guys…
There were plenty of different monsters in the first season of Supernatural that the Winchester boys fought off, however, Eric Kripke, the writer of the series, stayed true to the main plot of the Winchester’s trying to find the yellow-eyed demon. The main plot was in a sense almost a back-story to the anthology-like series, which is very much in the same leagues as The X-Files. Ghosts, vampires, shape-shifters, urban legends, mythology and the likes are all a part of this fantastic show, which makes Supernatural very much a “something for everyone” type of show. As far as Supernatural is concerned, it is probably one of the most watched shows in the world currently, taking over the hollow place that The X-Files left after it was cancelled almost a decade ago. However, Supernatural is funny, quirky and sexy, which gives it the opportunity to become one of those absolute classic TV shows. If you don’t have your hands on the first season of Supernatural, then you are missing out! I’ve re-watched it so many times, I am pretty sure I know where all the jokes will be… thankfully, with every re-watch you’ll find new things to be entertained with, be it a nice looking girl or a one-liner you had not picked up before. Fans of the show will also be able to tell you that there is a lot of homage given to other great movies, TV shows (The X-Files included), musicians and people, depending on the episode, of course.