Supernatural: Potential Binge Watch Alert


From fighting monsters to facing off against ghosts, Supernatural has the potential to be your next binge watch.

Supernatural is one of the longest running sci-fi television shows in the U.S. It has over 300 episodes across the span of 15 seasons. There are two main characters in this show, Sam and Dean, who are brothers that fight alongside each other. They are the main characters, but they also have a wide array of allies and friends who come and go throughout the show. This universe is filled with endless possibilities and quite literally anything is possible like coming back from the dead, becoming a god, and traveling back in time.

The plot of Supernatural never gets boring throughout the duration of 15 seasons because there is always something new going on. There are many twists and turns that keep you hooked. The series is filled with lots of drama and is very action packed with scenes that include saving people from monsters and infiltrating enemy controlled areas. The brothers are a very good duo because Sam is the brains who is not afraid to read many books, study all night, and come up with tactical plans. Dean, on the other hand, is the brawns who prefers to rush in and kick the door down and start fighting. This does sometimes cause arguments between them, but most of the time, they act like brothers who always put family first.

Supernatural recently released its final season on Netflix and the CW channel. The only downside is that it does take some time to watch all of this because there are 320 episodes and each one is about 45 minutes long. However, this suggests that Supernatural is a great show to watch, and you will be able to enjoy it for a very long time. The team behind the show’s success does an amazing job of making the show’s plot easy to follow which makes it much easier to navigate through the seasons.

Supernatural could be a very interesting show for you to check out while you’re in quarantine. For me personally, this shows emphasizes the importance of having a family and people you can really rely on, and this is extremely relevant considering the difficult times many families are going through because of the global pandemic.