Welcome back to Humor Nation. Supernatural has a long long history. For over 15 years, this show has captivated the interest of the fans. Despite the show ending in 2020, it remains as relevant and popular as show. Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki are currently working on different projects, notably “The Boys” and “Walker” where these actors appear in main titular roles. But the SPN fans will always see them as the Winchesters. Some fans still hope that Supernatural might return in a different format in the future with the same actors reprising their roles. Take a look at some of the numbers, the show first aired in 2005 and it concluded in 2020, over the course of 15 years, it aired 320 episodes making it the longest running fantasy TV show in the American History.
So Take A Look At 5 Historical Moments Of The CW’s Supernatural
5. COMPLETING THE MILESTONES
For any show to complete 100 episodes is nothing short of extraordinary. Achieving a milestone such as completing a century of episodes requires constantly great writing, fan support on your side, and refreshing content. Supernatural has completed 300 episodes which majority of shows can only dream of.
The 100th episode is titled ‘Point of No Return’ which aired in Season 5. The episode saw Dean agreeing to become the vessel of the archangel Michael, but the angels has moved on from him, they have recruited Adam for the job. The episode saw the demise of Zachariah at the hands of Dean Winchester.
Whereas the 200th episode aired in Season 10 titled ‘Fan Fiction’. The boys visit a school to investigate a missing teacher. They are surprised to find out that a group of young girls are performing a musical which is based on the lives of the Winchesters. This episode is notable for breaking the fourth wall and acknowledging several shipping pairs and references that are popular among the fan community.
The 300th episode is the most special episode and the creators really delivered on this one. The episode features Jeffrey Dean Morgan in a guest appearance who reprises his role of John Winchester. He was last seen in Season 2 of the show. The Winchester Family share a much deserved moment together. It also features the guest appearance of Kurt Fuller as Zachariah.
4. BEGINNING & THE END
For many fans, the pilot episode, the very beginning of the Supernatural is perhaps the most important moment in the history of Supernatural. The very first time we laid our eyes on the young & innocent faces of Sam and Dean Winchester who were unaware of the adventurous and epic journey they are about to undertake. The moment Dean uttered the words, “Dad’s on a hunting trip…” you could feel that this is something significant, this show is going to be something special.
Every journey ends someday, but an end is just another beginning disguised. So when the inevitable ending of the Supernatural eventually happened, the fans felt bittersweet. On one hand, the finale saw the demise of Dean Winchester who after years of hunting all sorts of monsters meets his end while fighting a vampire nest. Dean shares an emotional moment with Sam, convinces him that he must go on and live his life fully. While Dean goes to heaven where he is reunited with Bobby who tells him about the changes made by Jack with the help of Castiel, he gets into Impala and starts driving straight until he reaches the bridge. Meanwhile, Sam goes on living his life, starting a family, and dies of an old age while being with his son Dean Winchester II who comforts him in his final moments. Sam and Dean are reunited in the heaven. Dean utters the words ‘Hey Sammy’ when he feels the presence of his brother around him, these words are a callback to the pilot episode.