TV Review: Supernatural Season 14

This is it, dear readers. We have made it over the final hurdle. We have come to the finish line, and there were some bumps along the way, but we have made it.

6 months. 14 seasons. 2 brothers.

We started this journey all the way back in October, when we started watching the entirety of Supernatural in preparation for the final season.

It took longer than I thought, but with Season 15 in the final stretch, I can now say I have reviewed every season of Supernatural after today (until I review season 15 when it is over).

This is a short season, only producing 20 episodes to make up for the writer’s strike in the mid 2000s. To be honest, I kind of liked the shorter season.

It didn’t feel too long, it didn’t feel stretched out, it didn’t feel boring.

Sure it had its slumps, but there weren’t 3-4 extra episodes to make it worse.


We got to see Michael finally. He has been in the background of the story since the early days of the apocalypse, but we never got much from him.

He always took a backseat to Lucifer, which didn’t feel out of place at first, but it felt wrong when Lucifer kept popping up and we got not Michael.

His goal is still the end of the world, but he goes about it in an exciting way. He tries to use the regular monsters that the Winchesters see all the time, but he enhances them with his grace.

It might seem like a bit of a recycled idea, but it felt new. It gave the brothers a believable problem that didn’t have some bizarre explanation behind it. It was the monsters we knew. Vampires, werewolves, you name it.


Jack, who’s been annoying so far, also turns to the dark side. He loses his soul, and to sum it up, turns dark side.

He puts a spell over humanity, forcing them to tell the truth, before killing Mary Winchester.

The brothers obviously are broken over this, and after confronting Jack, they are face to face with God, who brings about the end times.

Though I am happy that Jack met his end, I know he is coming back.

Though I am happy that Jack met his end, I know he is coming back.


Overall, the season was good. Though I am still not a fan of the series as a whole at this point, Season 14 was a nice addition to the story.

It didn’t have the best parts of previous season; interesting characters, thrilling one-off episodes, and the brotherly banter that made the show what it is, it still felt closer to the original show than we had seen in a while.


What did you think of Supernatural as a whole? Is it a show you think you’d like? Let’s chat about it.
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