is about to get one step closer to closing the Gates of Hell forever.
In the next new episode, "Taxi Driver," Sam is tasked with the second of
God's trials, and this one involves going to Hell to bring back an
innocent soul. http://w more
TV Guide Reviews/Recaps
11:21 EDT, 04 Apr, 2013Review
Remember Krissy from last season's "Adventures in Babysitting?" Well, she's back. She's lost her dad and she's in full hunter mode. It's up to Sam and Dean to find a way to keep her safe. But, you know Krissy. She's tough. She's smart. And she thinks she' more
While "Freaks and Geeks" was ultimately the kind of not-really-essential-to-the-story filler I specifically said I didn't want in the wake of last week's awesome chapter, it did have a couple things going for it. http://www.tv.com/news/supernatural-freaks more
Last week's stunner of an episode set the bar to meteoric heights, and this week, it was time to brace for the inevitable fall. Despite the intriguing premise of a Professor Xavier-esque school fo... http://www.starpulse.com/news/Kira__Wills/2013/03 more
Almost every episode of Supernatural
season 8 seems like a backdoor pilot for a potential spin-off. We had
the Nazi Hunter and his Golem, Witch Cop and his Dog Girlfriend and now a
plucky group of Teen Vampire Slayers. Why is the CW wasting time wi more
It's pretty common place that in a series like Supernatura l, the major story arc and mythology heavy episodes like " Goodbye Stranger " are usually followed up with a more or less stand-alone focus on some monster of the week.
I didn't mind taking the more
Note: Do not read on if you have not seen Season 8, Episode 18 of The CW's "Supernatural," titled "Freaks and Geeks."
Since not every " Supernatural " episode can be centered around the season's chosen mythology, it would be nice if every self-contai more