If there’s one thing to take away from this episode of Supernatural, it’s that our boys are still our boys, until the very end. Even if they veer off the courses we expect from them, even if they do things we may not like, the underlying lesson of the series has been, and always will be, about being a family.
After eleven years of shocking viewers, Supernatural seemed ready to throw in the towel […] But in the second episode, they showed just why they deserved an eleventh year.
Supernatural’s tenth year ended with what was probably one of the better episodes this season, which, unfortunately, is not saying much. Knowing that the boys are back to their old selves, there is hope, still, that season eleven will be better than the Supernatural of the past two seasons.
After last week’s tear-fest, it wasn’t obvious what direction Supernatural was going to pull us in next. Unsurprisingly, as it’s the end of the season, we were dragged just a bit further through the mud of pain in this week’s episode, “The Prisoner.”
Well, we’re getting closer, folks and ‘Supernatural’ senses that we’re still here, along for the ride. While this week’s episode wasn’t especially spectacular in theory, the character development “The Werther Project” brought out sure was.
As the end the tenth season of ‘Supernatural’ closes in, the biggest question on every fan’s mind has been this: how the hell (or heaven) are they gonna wrap this thing up?
In a definite upswing from last week’s fairly boring digression, ‘Supernatural’ put itself back on the track to tie up—or at the very least acknowledge—a few.
Emily Dunbar ’17 / Emertainment Monthly Staff Writer In this week’s episode of Supernatural, we saw defeats among small victories. Read More …
In a show like ‘Supernatural,’ relationships and their consequential emotions impose martial law upon its viewers. This means an episode can’t truthfully be called “good” unless it tugs at your heartstrings a bit.
At this point in the series, ‘Supernatural’ has dipped its proverbial toe into pretty much every genre of television, from horror to romance and even, more recently, the musical.