Welcome back to Humor Nation. Supernaturally ran successfully for 15 years. It has proved to be one of the most captivating piece of television that everyone should see. The show has everything for everyone, fantasy, horror, action, thriller, comedy, and everything that you can imagine. Supernatural is a tale of two brothers who ride an Impala and hunt monsters, ghosts, and demons while saving the lives of the innocents. There are only a few shows which can last for this long amount of time and still manage to grasp the attention of the audiences with the same intensity as they did when the show first started.
So Take A Look At 7 Interesting Facts About Supernatural That The Fans Might Not Know
6. THE NAMES
Did you know Supernatural was originally supposed to be called ‘Unnatural’. In the first draft of the show, this was the written name for the show. However, when the filming and production started to began, the writers felt it sounded odd and changed it to Supernatural. When it comes to the names of the two characters, Eric Kripke selected the names ‘Sai’ and ‘Dean’ inspired from the Jack Kerouac’s popular road-trip novel named ‘On the Road’. However, he later changed ‘Sai’ to ‘Sam’ because it felt more appropriate.
The last name of the brothers was originally going to be ‘Harrison’, a homage to the legendary actor Harrison Ford. However, there was a man named Sam Harrison living in Kansas and due to legal reasons, they changed it to Winchesters. The character of Bobby Singer is named after the producer of the show, Robert Singer.
5. DEAN WINCHESTER
The character of Dean Winchester originally supposed to have plenty of tattoos, but the show began with a low budget so they dropped the idea. The actor Jensen Ackles who plays Dean Winchester is a man of many talents. He is a terrific singer and has also directed numerous Supernatural episodes. Jensen Ackles was asked by the show creators to audition for the role of Sam Winchester, but he found the character of Dean much more interesting after he read the script. When Jensen landed the role of Dean, he was already a series regular on SMALLVILLE which also aired on WB NETWORK. His role on Smallville was cut short due to Supernatural.