There's always another rift in Supernatural.
After briefly crossing paths with some alternate reality versions of themselves in the armory, the Winchesters get a visit from none other than the head reaper herself, Billy. Step two of her plan is for the team to find a relic called the Occultum.
So God walks into a Radio Shed...
When browsing the latest selection of TVs and home theatre equipment, the sales associate shows Chuck all of the options that he has available. There's so many that Chuck realizes he doesn't need more – he needs less.
How the Winchesters got their groove back.
Desperate to get back to their old selves for the inevitable battle to end all battles with god, the Winchesters are off to Alaska on a quest to get their luck back. Back at the bunker, Castiel gets home but finds nothing but a note from Sam letting him know where they went. Moments later, the bunker gets a phone call.
What is the world without god?
After playing into Chuck's hands, Sam and Eileen find themselves tied to chairs inside a casino. Chuck has them right where he wants them and intends to sever the connection he shares with Sam. To do that, he needs to cut into Sam's wound with a scalpel.
The best friends are never truly gone.
Though the Winchesters have been searching for a case, it's been pretty quiet and Chuck has yet to show up on the radar. While out on a run to clear his head, Sam sees something strange begin to materialize – none other than their former friend and hunter, Eileen Leahy.
Goodbyes are never easy.
After averting the last crisis, Rowena, Castiel, Belpegor and the Winchesters need to seal the rupture and stop the ghosts and demons for good. Everything seems to be going well but Rowena's spell fails. There are too many souls with too much hate and anger all trying to break free at once. Fortunately, Belphegor has a plan and it is not easy.
Even God can be afraid.
In Harlan, Kansas, the battle may be over but the war still rages on. They may have evacuated the town with the benzene cover up but after two days, the residents are becoming stir crazy and want answers. On the other side of the barrier, the ghosts have had just enough and start to plan their escape, lead by none other than Jack the Ripper.
The beginning of the end.
Surrounded, battling for their lives against impossible odds and refusing to back down – the Winchesters and Castiel are fighting against a graveyard full of corpses possessed by ghosts. For everyone they strike down, another simply takes its place.
The right thing isn't always easy; sometimes it's hard and ugly.
The plan to keep Jack in the box has failed miserably. Now free from its confines, Jack unleashes his power on Castiel and the Winchesters before taking off. Now that Jack has proven more dangerous than ever, Dean thinks the only solution is to put the monster down that killed his mother.
Fool me once, shame on you. Fool me twice...
After the loss of Mary Winchester, the hunters gather to say their goodbyes but the time for grieving is short. With Jack still out there, Bobby refuses to sit around and plans on doing everything he can to track the Nephilim down. In his determination to save him, Castiel reaches out to heaven and meets with Duma.