Supernatural (2005 - )



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Twenty-six years ago, Sam and Dean Winchester lost their mother to a mysterious and demonic supernatural force. Subsequently, their father raised them to be soldiers. He taught them about the paranormal evil that lives in the dark corners and on the back roads of America ... and he taught them how to kill it. This haunting series follows the Winchester brothers as they crisscross the lonely and mysterious back roads of the country in their '67 Chevy Impala, hunting down every evil supernatural force they encounter along the way.

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Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2019, CW, 11 episodes

Critics Consensus: Supernatural remains engrossing despite its almost spooky longevity, patiently doling out new paranormal challenges in a season that takes the time to reflect on a seismic shift amongst the ensemble's dynamics.

2018, CW, 20 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2017, CW, 23 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2016, CW, 23 episodes

Critics Consensus: It may not rewrite the Supernatural playbook, but by introducing an enthralling new threat, this season becomes another high-stakes outing for the Winchesters.

2015, CW, 23 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2014, CW, 23 episodes

Critics Consensus: Even in its ninth season, Supernatural continues to thrill and fright as it moves the Winchester brothers in surprising new directions.

2013, CW, 23 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2012, CW, 23 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2011, CW, 23 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2010, CW, 22 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2009, CW, 22 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2008, CW, 22 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2007, CW, 16 episodes

Critics Consensus: No consensus yet.

2006, CW, 22 episodes

Critics Consensus: Despite some too-hip dialogue and familiar thematic elements, Supernatural's vigilante brothers manage to stir up some legitimate scares.

2005, CW, 22 episodes


Jared Padalecki
as Sam Winchester
Jensen Ackles
as Dean Winchester
Jeffrey Dean Morgan
as John Winchester
Misha Collins
as Castiel
Samantha Ferris
as Ellen Harvelle
Alona Tal
as Jo Harvelle
Jim Beaver
as Bobby Singer
Samantha Smith
as Mary Winchester
Mitch Pileggi
as Grandfather
Nicki Aycox
as Meg Masters
Richard Speight Jr
as The Trickster
Rick Springfield
as Vince Vicente
Sterling K. Brown
as Gordon Walker
A.J. Buckley
as Ed Zeddmore
Matthew Cohen
as John Winchester
Gil McKinney
as Henry Winchester
Lauren Tom
as Kevin's mother
Courtney Ford
as Kelly Kline
Aleks Paunovic
as Ted DiSalvo
Taylor Cole
as Sarah Blake
C. Malik Whitfield
as Victor Henriksen
Gabriel Tigerman
as Andew Gallagher
Matreya Fedor
as Tyler Thompson
Travis Wester
as Harry Spangler
Erin Karpluk
as Monica Holt
Serinda Swan
as Hot Nurse
Adam Fergus
as Mick Davies
Matt Frewer
as Pestilence
Sandra McCoy
as Crossroad Demon
Billy Drago
as Doc Benton
Hal Linden
as Rabbi Bass
John Reardon
as Prometheus
Amber Borycki
as Sophie Carlton
Tamara Feldman
as Angela Mason
Lanette Ware
as Raphael
Jamie Luner
as Annie Hawkins
Linda Blair
as Diana Ballard
Jason Dohring
as God of Time
Danielle Savre
as Margo Lassiter
Dameon Clarke
as Jack Montgomery
Jon Cor
as Missouri
Carrie Fleming
as Blonde Nurse
Rukiya Bernard
as Mia Vallens
Nicholas Lea
as Eliot Ness
James Otis
as Famine
Larry Poindexter
as Pastor Gideon
Tiio Horn
as Dorothy
Adam Harrington
as Bartholomew
Gordon Woolvet
as Metatron's Angel
Beth Broderick
as Alice Miller
Linden Banks
as Isaiah Merchant
Hal Ozsan
as Witch
Sam Hennings
as Samuel Colt
Kevin McNally
as Frank Deveraux
Russell Sams
as Jeffrey
Mishael Morgan
as Kevin's Familiar
Lindsey McKeon
as Tessa/Reaper
Andrea Brooks
as Katie Burns
Theo Devaney
as Gavin McLeod
Keith Gordey
as Daniel Blake
Terence Kelly
as Daniel Elkins
Maya Massar
as Wicked Witch
Sean Faris
as Julian Duval
Jeff Branson
as Jacob Styne
Kara Royster
as Alicia Banes
Lisa Berry
as Billie
Cameron McDonald
as Jim Miller
Jared Keeso
as Matt Harrison
Jonathan Bruce
as Larry Williams
Teryl Rothery
as Olivette
David Hoflin
as Eldon Styne
Alicia Witt
as Lily Sunder
Richard Sali
as Pastor Jim Murphy
Frederic Lane
as Yellow-Eyed Demon
Kurt Evans
as Agent Reidy
Serge Houde
as Dr. Mason
Avery Raskin
as Roger Miller
Deni Delory
as Sylvia Pearlman
Ryan Moss
as Harry
Alec Willows
as Amazing Papazian/Clown/Rakshasa
Kavan Smith
as Men of Letters member
David Chisum
as U.S. President
Elise Gatien
as Jennie Plum
Annie Wersching
as Susan Thompson
Ken Kramer
as Mr. Cooper
Jodelle Ferland
as Melanie Merchant
Denis Arndt
as Father Reynolds
Julie Benz
as Layla Roarke
Fred Keating
as Kenneth Phillips
Shane Meier
as Craig Thurston
Leela Savasta
as Lindsey Franco
Richard de Klerk
as Scott Carey
Graham Wardle
as Tommy Collins
Amy Grabow
as Rebecca Warren
Marcel Maillard
as Truck Driver
Brian Markinson
as Jerry Panowski
Matt Riley
as Fireman
Derek McIver
as Orderly
Christie Laing
as Beautiful Woman
Clark Backo
as Patience
Jaime Ray Newman
as Amanda Walker
Kevin McNulty
as Roy Le Grange
Guy Bews
as Husband
Cindy Busby
as Jenny Klein
Aleks Holtz
as Zachary Warren
Bill Mondy
as Dr. George Waxler
Lisa Marie Caruk
as Theresa Ellis
Janene Carleton
as Christina Flanagan
John Lafayette
as George Darrow
Emmanuelle Vaugier
as Madison Owens
Kett Turton
as Max Jaffe
Lorena Gale
as Mrs. Dunwiddy
Randall Edwards
as Another EMT
Stephen Aberle
as H.H. Holmes
Elizabeth Whitmere
as Tara Benchley
Rebecca Jenkins
as Sue Ann Le Grange
David Lovgren
as Charlie Holt
Vincent Gale
as Evan Hudson
Tom McBeath
as Mr. Carey
David Monahan
as Father Thomas Gregory
Barclay Hope
as Professor Cox
Samantha Simmonds
as Sheila Newman
Gillian Barber
as Mrs. Roarke
Chad Bellamy
as Mechanic
Benson Simmonds
as Third EMT
David Quinlan
as Nate Mulligan
Hannah Dubois
as Demon Girl
Ingrid Tesch
as George Phelps
Daryl Shuttleworth
as Captain Chuck Lambert
Julian D. Christopher
as Attending Doctor
Heather Doerksen
as Gloria Sytnik
Ellen Geer
as Gertrude Case
Peter New
as Morgue Attendant
Ben Ratner
as Walter Dixon
Leah Cairns
as Juile Hudson
Caroline Carter
as Friend No. 1
Jeff Kober
as Randall
Ron Blecker
as Swat Captain
Hiro Kanagawa
as Dr. Morioka
Tobias Slezak
as Steve Warren
Nick Allen
as Swat Teamer
David Tom
as Frat Boy/Curtis
Tammy Hui
as Uniformed Maid
Todd Woffinden
as Doctor No. 2
Jeannette Sousa
as Woman/Demon
Dan Mellor
as Frank Potts
Julie Patzwald
as Tour Guide
Robert Parent
as Cop No. 1
Marsha Regis
as Nurse No. 1
Wesley Salter
as Zach Smitt
Robert Maloney
as Peter Warren
Martin Christopher
as Dr. James Hunsaker
Vince Murducco
as Steve Wandel
Emma Lahana
as Sorority Girl
Josh Daughtery
as Walter Rosen (Envy)
Ona Grauer
as Deal-Making Demon
Don Stark
as Jay Wiley
C. Ernst Harth
as Heavy-Set Man (Sloth)
Marrett Green
as Newscaster
Nicola Anderson
as Nurse No. 2
Alexis Llewellyn
as Another Little Girl
Desiree Loewen
as Classy Girl
Myriam Sirois
as Maya Sanders
Gary Cole
as Brad Redding
Elizabeth Marleau
as Bobby's Wife
Katya Virshilas
as Hot Girl (Lust)
Steve Archer
as Head of Security
Gerry MacKay
as Mr. Goodwin
Dean Redmond
as Another Father
Pete Antico
as Wounded Man
Daniel Bacon
as Orderly
Neil Grayston
as Frat Pledge
Bridget Ann White
as Mara Daniels
Michael Rogers
as Bartender (Gluttony)
Kirsten Williamson
as Another Mother
Brent Fidler
as Televangelist
Steve Lawlor
as 1st Ghost/Sailor
Adrian Formosa
as Jeremy's Dad
Amanda Wood
as Flight Attendant
Jase-Anthony Griffith
as Deputy Barnes
Chad Hershler
as Research Scientist
Peter Grier
as 2nd Ghost/Captian
Sharon Bell
as Perky Woman
Gardiner Millar
as Bouncer (Wrath)
Ben Cotton
as Business Man (Pride)
Benjamin Ayres
as Homeland Security Man
Angela Case
as Lingerie Girl No. 1
Tiara Sorenson
as Waitress (Greed)
Andee Frizzell
as Dolores Glockner
Mashiah Vaughn
as Lingerie Girl No. 2
Twan Holliday
as Chainsaw Maniac
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