, like so many successful shows before it, starts with a simple concept. When their father goes missing, two brothers--Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) Winchester--head off across the country to try and find him. But their journey isnt easy, especially when you consider the assortment of spirits and nightmarish creatures that stand in their path.
On paper, that sounds a derivative mix of many shows that have gone before it. And to some extent, thats what Supernatural is, yet its mix is nonetheless compelling. What lifts it above the norm is the quality both of the writing, and crucially, the direction of the show. There are moments that are spooky, and some that are downright scary, with plenty of suspense linking the two. And while the 22 episodes have their fair share of peaks and troughs, Supernatural has an edge about it that easily carries it through its slower points.
At the heart of the show, ironic considering the number of other programmes it tips its hat to, is a desire to do things its own way, and for that reason, come Supernaturals maiden season finale, it leaves a real thirst for more episodes. Fortunately, the second season is already in the can, and we suspect itll continue to grow the number of fans that Supernatural is rightly earning for itself. --Jon Foster
After the mysterious death of their mother and the disappearance of their father who went looking for the killer two brothers seek out paranormal and supernatural events to seek out a father on the run and the meaning linking to their mother's death.
- Dead In The Water
- Phantom Traveler
- Bloody Mary
- Hook Man
- Route 666
- The Benders
- Hell House
- Something Wicked
- Dead Man's Blood
- Devil's Trap
Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Jeffrey Dean Morgan, Steve Railsback, Callum Keith Rennie, Amy Acker, Adrianne Palicki, James Purcell, Jim Beaver, Samantha Smith & Jeffrey Dean Morgan
David Nutter, Kim Manners, Robert Singer, Peter Ellis, Robert Duncan McNeill, David Jackson, Ken Girotti, Guy Bee, Paul Shapiro, Philip Sgriccia, Chris Long, Whitney Ransick & Tony Wharmby
15 years and over
Widescreen 16:9 Anamorphic
English - Dolby Digital (2.0) Stereo
English ; English for the hearing impaired ;
14 hours and 53 minutes (approx)