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I wasnt a Supernatural fan until season four. I started watching the series from the beginning mainly because of Jared Padaleckis (Sam) role in Gilmore Girls. I dont even like horror films or series. During series one to three there are episodes that I havent seen. The fourth season is incredibly good. So far we had known for a fact that there are demons. Now we learn about angels. There is this blue-eyed, always puzzled-looking head-tilter Castiel (Misha Collins) - who confuses and helps Dean and his brother - and his sidekick Uriel whod probably smite your butt. Theres an Apocalypse on the way. What happened in Hell, stays in Hell attitude of Dean has its problems. Nightmares occur and Sam is questioning his well-being. During this season I stayed tuned for the whole series. Every Tuesday night I watched the show. I couldnt wait to see the next two seasons and after seeing those too I had to buy the fourth season as well. I mean, all the popular culture references, the choices of music all in all a good season.
Once again, the Winchester brothers find themselves on the short end of trouble. This time, it's the Apoclaypse. Seems that somebody up there (or down there) likes/hates them and they have to try and stop the end of days. A cracking series, interspersed with some genuinely funny episodes, just to make sure it never takes itself too seriously. A must see for all fans of Supernatural.
This is not the best season but it is the one with biggest budget and it shows. It would have been nice if there had been more of the rock and roll music like you get in seasons 1-3 but after e first few episodes you don't really notice that its missing. This season shows you the more sensitive side to Dean that all tough guys have but you don't get to see, I think that it helps you to get really attached to the character. This season also shows you the dark side of Sam after this season I don't think anyone will be calling him Sammy anymore. I hope that if you get this season or series that you enjoy it as much as I and my grandparents have.
Although this is my least favourite season of Supernatural so far, due to the brothers' relationship being strained throughout, it's hard to deny that this is still a truly excellent show. Jared and Jensen continue to combine brilliant acting with smouldering looks, and the introduction of new character Castiel (played by the excellent Misha Collins) adds an extra dimension to the storylines. An epic finale will have you desperate for season 5!
Supernatural is a superb TV series and definitely lacks recognition, especially in the UK as it's only available on a network that you have to pay to get. Funny, intense, dramatic, well acted, scary. Everything you would want in a tv series really. Season 4 continued to be great even if it started going in a different direction.
Supernatural has had me hooked from the start - with a clever balance of humour, heartbreak and action. Season 4 (a season that proved to be the most successful in terms of viewers numbers) explores how the dynamic between two demon hunting brothers has changed after Dean sold his soul and went to help in order to raise his little brother from the dead. The season watches the unraveling of a once concrete relationship as Dean deals with his time spent in hell, the revelation that God ordered he be saved to help stop the apocalypse, and Sam becomes increasingly dependent on a less than trustworthy demon by the name of Ruby. Will the angels hold out, or will the demons raise Lucifer from hell? Or more importantly, will family trump heaven and hell, angels and demons, or will the power of fate severe a brotherly relationship once and for all? This season is not to be missed, but check out the three previous too, so that you can truly understand the dynamic between the incredibly talented (and not to mention hot) Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, and the building mythological story arc that comes to a head this season!