What is Supernatural (TV) About?
Supernatural is an American television series that premiered in 2005 and concluded in 2020 after fifteen seasons. Created by Eric Kripke, the show follows the gripping and thrilling adventures of two brothers, Sam and Dean Winchester, played by Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles respectively. Combining elements of horror, fantasy, and drama, Supernatural has built a dedicated fan base over the years. The series revolves around the Winchester brothers' quest to protect humanity from supernatural creatures, demons, ghosts, monsters, and otherworldly forces. As the narrative progresses, they encounter various mythical and folkloric beings from different cultures and explore complex storylines that delve into themes of family, loyalty, destiny, and the struggle between good and evil. Sam and Dean travel across the United States in their iconic black Chevy Impala, battling supernatural threats while navigating the intricate and mysterious world of the supernatural. Along the way, they form alliances with other hunters and encounter recurring characters, both friend and foe. With its blend of intense action, suspenseful storytelling, and well-developed characters, Supernatural has become a cornerstone of the urban fantasy genre, leaving a lasting impact on television and pop culture.
The first episode of Supernatural aired on September 13, 2005 and the most recent episode to air was on November 19, 2020.