After fifteen years, three hundred twenty-seven episodes and more deaths and resurrections than I can count – Supernatural has ended.
Traditionally, I've ended every season finale with a brief summary but this one is special. Pitched many years ago by Eric Kripke to the WB Network, Supernatural was the back-up plan.
Chuck is no longer God and Jack is gone. With no one left pulling their strings, Sam and Dean Winchester are free. They live their lives and continue on, looking for the next thing until Dean spots something they need to deal with right away – a pie festival.
The oldest rule of hunting: you can't save everyone.
Another week and still no news on Amara or Castiel. Looking for a layup, Sam suggests that he and Dean take a case in Grand Rapids where a young girl has suddenly fallen into a coma. Dean is hesitant but they head to the hospital and talk to the girl's mother, Naoki.
Family don't end in blood but it doesn't start there either.
After waking up in the middle of the night to Dean's screams, Sam knows that he has to do something and fast. The next morning, Sam uses the lack of cases as the perfect opportunity for his plan and tricks Dean into thinking he's going to see a French film.
Though the angels were unceremoniously cast out from heaven, Dean has bigger things on his mind.
To complete his second trial, Sam will have to go to hell and back to save an old friend from eternal damnation.
First it was his health and now Kevin's mind is starting to break as he begins to hear Crowley's voice at all times, tormenting him with unspeakable punishment.
Season seven's finale is finally here...and it was not worth the wait.
Following last week's episode, Crowley has been trapped by Richard Roman who is now willing to make a deal with the king of hell.
It's Felicia Day bitches!
With no news on the leviathans for quite some time, Bobby finally tells Sam and Dean what his dying numbers meant. Although the boys already knew that it was a location, Bobby tells Sam and Dean that Dick was looking for something important enough to devote a lot of resources to it.
For anyone thinking of doing a remake of Ghost, you're too late; Supernatural got there first.
When fellow hunter Annie Hawkins doesn't show up to meet Sam and Dean, the two of them know something is wrong. Annie went hunting the night before and unfortunately, it was her last job.
Stuck in void between life and death with a reaper on his trail, Bobby has to choose: move on to the afterlife or stay behind and risk becoming something worse in the void.