Entering its ninth season (yes, you read that correctly, a ninth season for a show on The CW), the saga of the Winchester brothers has never been more dire for the duo.
NOW! Another drawn-out season comes to an end.
Oh no, we were really hoping everyone forgot about the vampires.
The objects of one of TV's most unhealthy obsessions are back.
Rattle, Rattle WE DON'T GIVE A SHIT ANYMORE THEN!... Ehhhm. I mean, after a month hiatus, Supernatural is back.
We're only two days into December, but Christmas has officially taken over -- even in places you normally wouldn't expect it to, like Supernatural's mid-season finale.
You have to love a show that doesn't take itself seriously. Considering that the self-mocking folks at Supernatural have previously titled episodes "Sex and Violence," "After School Special" and "A Very Supernatural Christmas," it's no surprise that they went with the very meta title "Jump the Shark" for tonight's episode, in which the Winchester brothers meet their new kid brother. I guess when the show's creator and stars are both looking to wrap things up after one more season, there's no harm in pointing out where fans will say the show started going downhill, huh? After all, they already made fun of their writers and their message board posters in the last episode, and mocked the show's entire conceit in the episode before that. Not that I'm complaining. It's my favorite show on TV for that very reason.