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Supernatural 11

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Later, Sam admits how Lucifer taunted him and Arri Kino München for not looking for Dean while he was in Purgatory. Archived from the original on October 26, Plot Keywords.

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Er beschwört den Tod persönlich herauf, damit ihn dieser umbringe, da er durch das Mal anderweitig nicht umgebracht werden Prosieben+. 9/13/ · Created by Eric Kripke. With Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Jim Beaver, Misha Collins. Two brothers follow their father's footsteps as hunters, fighting evil supernatural beings of many kinds, including monsters, demons and gods that roam the earth/10(K).

For those of you in the know, the story is set during the 7th Season and features Dean, Sam and Bobby. I found this to be a slightly odd choice for a story, because the Leviathans who were the season long antagonists were not the most compelling villains.

Luckily this story does not feature them, but is more of a "monster of the week" tale, which means that it could have reasonably been set in any season Even though I'm a fan of the TV series, this is the first Supernatural novel that I've read.

Luckily this story does not feature them, but is more of a "monster of the week" tale, which means that it could have reasonably been set in any season.

The monster at first seems to be a Wendigo, a creature that the Winchesters have encountered before. Luckily this turns out to be a red herring as the boys kill it pretty quickly, otherwise we would have had a very short book.

The actual monster is something called an Aswang, and it's unfortunate that I watched the Grimm episode that featured this creature before I read this book which was written before that episode aired , so it feels to me to be a copy rather than the original.

One fault of the book though is that it also adds a nest of vampires to the mix, which is one antagonist too many for this book to hold comfortably.

It is made too obvious that person they think is the Aswang is not the actual creature, the misdirection is not nearly subtle enough and draws attention to itself rather than deflecting attention.

The voices of the main characters generally hold true, though at times their thought processes are articulated a little too heavy-handedly for comfort.

Bringing this background material in to this book really doesn't add anything to the story and could have been left out. They go through an awful lot during this story, which is a bit of a problem as you feel that these guys have almost superhuman powers of endurance at times.

Much of the story is set in the snowy fastnesses of the High Sierras around Lake Tahoe. The author makes good use of these locations, and at times you feel as if she may have actually been caught in a blizzard or two because it is very well described.

You really feel like you're the one trudging through the snow, or traversing blizzard swept passes, at times.

The only problem is that the boys spend far too much time trudging, like 50 pages too many. This section might have been well written, but there's only so much snow you can wade through.

A bit of streamlining in the middle section might have helped. A side trip to the coast to fetch a weapon to kill the Aswang is a bit superfluous as well, and as I already said the bits with the vampires were a wholly unnecessary complication to the story.

The final battle is set amongst the ruins of an avalanche hit ski lodge and is well written on the whole, though the author makes the mistake of adding a whole slew of unnecessary additional characters that you feel nothing for as they are mown down by avalanches and monsters alike.

A final additional sub-plot about bear poaching is added at the last minute to explain the presence of one character, but is again unnecessary at this point.

Otherwise it's not a bad book to read. Just remember to wrap up warm. Mar 13, Paper Droids rated it liked it.

Published by Titan Books, this new adventure story follows our boys — and Bobby — as they investigate a string of murders in the Tahoe National Forest, Nevada.

This creature-feature bills an aswang as its main monster, and yes, the pronunciation is the butt of a joke or two. The creature can also take human shape, which just makes everything so much worse.

This novel has a fair bit of mystery to it, too. You think that you have it all figured out and the monster unmasked, only to be thrown for a loop in the next chapter, and I liked that.

So it fit the thriller genre well, as there was hardly a dull moment once the narrative got into the swing of things. Aug 15, Camille Siddartha rated it really liked it.

I really liked it It made me compassionate I had to learn it in a way that no one can understand. They want to give me and they keep. They want to give me and they kill me, they want to love me and they hate So I just did the opposite Aug 18, Hannah rated it liked it Shelves: i-own , supernatural.

As the second book in the series that I have read, I found it disappointing. Yes the story was unique, yes our favorite characters were portrayed very well with each of their personalities shining through.

I just thought that it went on fairly long, and there were a few unnecessary side plots. I also wasn't a huge fan of the writing, but I really wasn't expecting much for a TV spin off book.

Mar 17, Jennifer rated it liked it. The things we'll do for our kids, huh? Gracie loves this type of scare stuff and asked to read it.

I would definitely not recommend the show for her age, but the books are mostly gory scare tactics. Made for good discussion.

Sleeping with the lights on-thank you! Feb 28, Ivy rated it it was amazing Shelves: checked-out-from-library , published-in , tv-tie-ins , horror.

Another enjoyable story in the world of the Winchester brothers. Glad everyone is okay. Can't wait to see their next adventure!! Sep 04, Baron Rothschild rated it really liked it.

I liked reading this Aug 22, Tenoko1 rated it it was amazing Shelves: urban-fantasy , favorites , vampires , zombies , paranormal.

Okay, so let me start by saying that I do not give the Supernatural tie-in books high reviews simply because I like the series. I have given most of them very bad scores because I either found them dreadfully boring or I was unable to finish them at all.

This is book 11 of the series and is actually only the second book in the series I like. It feels like the author was familiar with the characters and the show, and possibly even a member of fandom given that she spelled Cas' name 'Cas' rather th Okay, so let me start by saying that I do not give the Supernatural tie-in books high reviews simply because I like the series.

It feels like the author was familiar with the characters and the show, and possibly even a member of fandom given that she spelled Cas' name 'Cas' rather than "Cass" which is the 'official' spelling the entire fandom has ignored due to it being utterly incorrect and ridiculous.

Seriously, there's merchandise about this it's that big of a thing. I have the mug. On to the review: This book takes place during S7 between "Shut Up, Dr.

Phil" and "Slash Fiction", which are 07x05 - 07x So, Cas has died after opening Purgatory and releasing Leviathans into the world, Sam is in the early stages of his mental breakdown due to his memories of Hell and PTSD driving him insane.

The book actually seems to focus mostly on Dean, his every thought at the beginning is basically him mourning Cas, then worrying about Sam because of what Cas did, being furious at Cas for what he did, and then mourning and grieving him again.

It's a cycle, and I think it was wonderfully done. Due to our society, there's this toxic mentality that men aren't supposed to have emotions or feel, and the author makes it very clear that Dean is suffering, that he has this huge gaping wound that is raw and won't heal, but that it's also wearing on him to the point Dean just wants to quit hunting.

He's reached a breaking point and can't, is basically going through the motions for Sam's sake at this point. Dean's depression in S7 was visceral, and I loved it.

It wasn't manpain for the sake of manpain, but genuine pain and grief people feel, and men should be allowed to feel and express though Dean doesn't express it, save for inside his own head as he drives or lays awake at night.

And that the author included it was just really important to me. It makes the characters real. Sorry, the above was just really important to me and it's so rare with male characters.

Sam and Bobby never actually think of or mention Cas in the book, just Dean. Sam has his hands full with cases and trying to keep his mind occupied so as to repress his memories of Hell and the appearance of Lucifer by his side.

Hallucifer only warrants brief mentions in the book, as do the Leviathan. This book keeps the boys busy, starting with them bickering and arguing in the middle of a fight with a ghost on a case which I love , and then jumping straight into two more cases, one mystery, and trying to survivethe rest of the book because Winchester luck is crappy.

I blame it on all those mirrors they broke back in S1. Seriously, they finish one case, start on a second one, only to find out someone else has already been working the case, so they team up to take down the monster together, except things are NEVER that easy.

Aside from numerous monsters to fight and figures stalking them through the woods, they also have to deal with the elements as a snow storm blows in and events of the book end up separating Dean, Sam, and Bobby from each other, leading to a search and rescue as one of them is trapped on the mountain in the middle of the storm tracking a monster that might actually be tracking him, and no one knows who to trust of the allies they meet and make throughout the story.

It was really, really good. My only caveat was the ending to me was a little abrupt, and with the injuries all of them sustained they're talking about jumping in the car and heading to the next case when, no, you all need a couple of days of bed rest at least.

Stitches, cracked ribs, dehydration, malnutrition, overexertion, hypothermia, blood loss both mild and dangerous, multiple concussions, all of it.

That bugged me a bit. Like, no. Let them be exhausted and give the case to someone else because they need to recover.

It was like the author forgot how badly they got their butts kicked. Other than that minor issue, I love the book.

Warnings for violence, gore, whumping, all of it. Several times reading I would be, "Oh my God, that's so gross! What happens next?

Holy crap! That's disgusting! So consider yourself warned. I wish Mrs. Henderson wrote more books in the series. I really enjoyed this one.

Feb 11, Cassandra rated it really liked it Shelves: horror , world-ending-read-this , supernatural.

This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. Sometimes I think while reading these books "There is no way humanly possible to get this busted up during a hunt and still survive" and this was one of those books.

The physical abuse alone would have had me retiring A. I would like to point out that I was right and guessed that Jason would be killed by the end of the book just because se Sometimes I think while reading these books "There is no way humanly possible to get this busted up during a hunt and still survive" and this was one of those books.

I would like to point out that I was right and guessed that Jason would be killed by the end of the book just because secondary hunters seem to fall into one of 2 categories: fodder for a gruesome death or a love interest for either Sam or Dean.

I was completely off that he was the monster, so that was a twist that had me going "huh" before the inevitable gut wrenching grossness that set in when you learn just how he kills people.

For some reason I feel like these books like to be more graphic or just more detailed with their methods of killing and while normally I applaud details this one was kind of like John Passarella's books in this series, way too much description.

However, the reason for 4 stars. Sam and Dean were in character, neither seemed like a weird caricature of their TV selves and Bobby was right along being his usual gruff, adorable, grumpy self so points for that.

The setting was actually really cool that's not a pun I'm being honest you heathen the mountains aren't somewhere we usually see Sam and Dean and to put them in an environment that is a LOT like where I live was kind of fun to put in perspective.

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Sensing a rage within Castiel, Metatron constantly mocks him, hoping to be killed since he hates being human. Castiel resists this, and gets Metatron to reveal that in order to make the world, God had to sacrifice His sister, The Darkness.

Castiel deems Metatron harmless and lets him leave, to the Winchesters' shock. Dean lies and says Amara overpowered him.

Sam is horrified to realize his visions are of The Cage in which Michael and Lucifer are locked. After a man is murdered by someone in a bunny mask that won't come off, Sheriff Donna Hanscum calls in the Winchesters for help.

After learning that the killer suddenly changed after putting the mask on, they come to believe it is a cursed object.

Donna's deputy Doug is forced to kill the young man to save Donna, and she and the Winchesters burn the mask and believe it to be over.

However, a young woman in a jester mascot outfit brutally attacks the local football coach before being stopped by the school quarterback.

After the quarterback tells them that the room suddenly got cold, the Winchesters realize they are dealing with a ghost who is possessing the various costumes and those who wear them.

Using rock salt, they are able to free the latest possession victim, who tells them that the costume had recently been donated to the school.

The Winchesters and Donna learn that the costumes belonged to a children's performer named Chester Johnson and after his suicide, his sister donated all of his costumes.

Realizing Chester is the ghost, Donna and Doug collect all of the costumes and burn them while Dean talks to the first victim's widow and learns that Chester supposedly molested the children of the two victims.

At the same time, Sam is unable to stop Chester from possessing another innocent victim and using him to finish off the coach. Chester's sister Rita explains that after she was confronted with the accusations of child molestation, she worried about her own son and helped the two men get to Chester to scare him.

In doing so, Chester was accidentally killed and now wants revenge. Possessing Rita's son through the last costume, Chester attacks but Dean is able to remove the costume and Sam burns it, destroying Chester.

At the same time, Sam prays to God for guidance on his visions and explains to Dean he thinks that they mean he has to return to Lucifer's Cage and that the answer to The Darkness may be there.

Richard Speight Jr. A little girl's imaginary friend, Sparkle the unicorn-man, is killed. Sam is shocked to wake up and see his own childhood imaginary friend Sully Nate Torrence is real.

Sully had done so for Sam when he wasn't allowed to go on hunts with John and Dean. Sully thought Sam wanted to be something other than a hunter and encouraged him to run away.

However, John changed his mind and allowed Sam to join them so Sam rejects Sully as fake and Sully leaves hurt.

Sully allows Sam and Dean to see his kind to help catch the killer, but a mermaid imaginary friend is also killed. A third one is stabbed but survives and contacts Sully for help.

While Dean tracks the killer, Sam apologizes to Sully and explains his fear of returning to Lucifer's Cage.

Sully forgives him and says even heroes can be scared, but they are the only ones brave enough to do what needs to be done.

The killer captures Dean, and is revealed to be a young woman named Reese. Reese and her twin sister Audrey were Sully's next children after Sam, but Audrey was killed by a car while playing tag in the street with Sully.

Sully offers to die if that is what Reese needs, though the brothers talk her out of killing him. Sully agrees to check in on Reese and wishes Sam luck.

Sam admits to Dean he thinks he has to go to the Cage. Dean says there must be another way, but has no idea what that could be. A fully grown Amara kills religious preachers in a park and a church as attempts to get God's attention, dismissing religion as manipulation.

Sam finally convinces Dean that following the visions is their only choice, and they approach Crowley for a way to communicate with Lucifer in The Cage.

Crowley has Rowena captured to read from the Book of the Damned for this purpose and they form a tense alliance. Alone, Dean investigates the church deaths and senses Amara.

She transports him away to talk, claiming she only wants to hurt God who supposedly exiled her because she might be better at making creations.

She claims that she would rule the world to give everyone bliss like Dean feels with her. After Dean's attempt to stab her fails, Amara kisses Dean saying they are meant to be together ever since he freed her.

A low level angel rallies all the angels in Heaven against Amara. He and two others go to arrest her, saying if she resists the combined might of every angel will kill her.

Amara kills the three angels and sends Dean back to safety as the sky opens up and strikes her. The others proceed with the plan and Rowena wards The Cage while Sam speaks with Lucifer.

Lucifer says The Darkness is equal to God in raw power and offers help if Sam agrees to be his vessel again.

Sam refuses as the warding fails to Crowley's shock, though Rowena remains calm. Sam is pulled into The Cage where Lucifer reveals that the release of The Darkness weakened The Cage, that he's been the one sending Sam's visions, and that God was never helping Sam.

Lucifer has approached Rowena in a dream, promising her rewards if she helps him get to Sam. Dean searches for Sam, and Crowley sends him to Billie the Reaper who Sam had recently encountered.

Billie lets Dean into Hell with a "witch collar" that allows Crowley to control Rowena. Castiel and a low level angel search to see if Amara survived, while the angel points out that Castiel is more expendable than the Winchesters.

Amara survived and kills the angel, then she sends Castiel to Billie with a threat carved into his chest, though the effort it took does appear to weaken her.

Meanwhile Lucifer says Sam has gone soft. Last time he fought him, he sacrificed himself to save the world. In recent years Sam and Dean only want to save each other regardless of the cost.

Lucifer says making a sacrifice and being his vessel is the only way to stop The Darkness, since God is gone, Gabriel and Raphael are dead, and Michael has supposedly gone insane while imprisoned.

Sam refuses, not believing it's guaranteed Lucifer would win against Amara, and even if it was he'd then destroy the world himself.

Lucifer pulls Dean and Castiel into The Cage and beats all three of them, though Rowena's spell seems to work to send him away. The brothers agree to find another way to stop Amara while Castiel hangs back.

Castiel, having said yes at the last second to be Lucifer's vessel, goes to confront Crowley and Rowena.

Lucifer makes sure that Rowena is the only one who could open The Cage again, then he kills her and says he wants to talk to Crowley. Thirty years ago in Ireland, a man is killed after hearing a strange noise and being attacked.

His wife banishes the creature but also dies, leaving only their baby alive. In the present day Sam and Dean investigate a case in a retirement home where one of the residents died in a similar manner.

A resident named Mildred sees the creature commit its second kill of the building manager. The brothers realize the creature is a Banshee , driving its victims insane with its voice before feeding on their brains.

The banshee's screams also destroyed her hearing. Posing as Castiel, Lucifer searches the bunker for a way to kill Amara and Dean admits his connection to her but asks to keep it a secret from Sam.

Assuming Mildred is the next target, the Winchesters and Eileen protect her but are caught off guard when the banshee targets Dean.

Mildred and Eileen are able to kill it. Eileen continues hunting while Mildred assumes Dean is attracted to someone out there. Later, Sam admits how Lucifer taunted him and apologizes for not looking for Dean while he was in Purgatory.

Dean had forgiven him a long time ago. Sam is able to rest soundly, but Dean is still tormented by his thoughts. Stefan Pleszczynski.

Sam and Dean are called in by Claire Novak, now living with Sheriff Jody Mills and Alex, saying she has a case. However, Jody says Claire has attacked innocent people in a series of false alarms and is ignoring college, devoting everything to hunting.

Meanwhile Alex is doing well in high school with a jock boyfriend Henry. Claire claims the disappearances of three local people must be a case.

Both Winchesters caution her at diving too fast into hunting and say she should be more appreciative of Jody. Alex's favorite teacher is killed and hung up the flag pole.

Realizing the case is real, the Winchesters learn the school janitor, Rich, is a vampire who kidnaps Jody and Claire.

Henry is also a vampire and takes Alex. Rich was a trucker who had tried to help Alex while she was still bait for the vampire nest, however he was turned and then killed his own wife.

Rich tracked Alex down, but seeing her misery, he turned Henry and sent him to be her boyfriend to make her happy and then kill her new family of Jody and Claire.

Rich and Henry had been feeding on the missing people, and Henry killed the teacher as the first step to hurt Alex.

The Winchesters bust in and Claire distracts Rich, allowing Dean to behead him, while Sam lets Claire and Alex kill Henry. The girls show more appreciation to Jody for protecting them, while Claire still wants to be a hunter and Alex wants to focus on her studies for a normal life.

The Winchesters leave them as a newly united family. In Hudson, Ohio , a babysitter named Stacey is having an affair with her married boss Dan.

Stacey's heart is ripped out while looking after his baby alone. Dan admits the affair to Dean and shows him nanny-cam footage that reveals "Dan" killed Stacey.

The brothers think it's a shapeshifter but then "Stacey" kills Dan in his office. Dan's wife Melissa knew about the affair but wanted to work things out.

Her hairdresser Sonya claimed to be a white witch and gave Melissa a love spell to make Dan fall for her again. The spell is actually a curse, transferred by kissing and is working its way back to the spell-caster, Melissa.

Breaking into Sonya's barber shop, the brothers learn that the spell summons a Qareen , which has a heart separate from its body and kills while appearing as its victim's greatest desire.

Sam investigates upstairs and is captured by Sonya while Dean is attacked in the basement by "Amara". Dean is able to fight back since the Qareen is not really her.

Sonya explains she uses the curse to punish cheating men and the stupid women who still love them. Melissa distracts Sonya, allowing Sam to kill her and stab the Qareen's heart, destroying it.

Dean admits to Sam that he desires Amara when he is around her and doesn't think he can kill her even though he wants to. Sam promises he will kill Amara for both of them.

In Occupied France in , a Woman of Letters named Delphine Seydoux kills a Nazi general and steals a powerful artifact from him.

In the present, Sam discovers that the artifact is a Hand of God and possibly has the power to destroy Amara. Sam and Dean call upon Castiel for information, not knowing he is possessed by Lucifer who has regained control of Hell but lacks the power to defeat Amara.

As the Bluefin , the submarine carrying the Hand of God to America sank, Dean has Lucifer transport him into the past to before the sinking, but special warding keeps Lucifer out.

Dean locates Delphine and manages to convince her of his mission, but a German destroyer attacks the Bluefin , commanded by the German general who is a member of the Thule Society.

In the present, Sam finds a spell that will allow "Castiel" to remove the warding and offers to use his soul to power it. Lucifer reveals himself and nearly kills Sam, but Castiel manages to regain control long enough to stop him and inform Sam of the situation.

Unable to defeat the Germans, Delphine unleashes the power of the Hand of God, obliterating the Bluefin and her crew as Lucifer returns Dean to the present.

Lucifer reveals himself to Dean and attempts to use the Hand of God, but discovers that its power is expended. As Lucifer is distracted, Sam banishes him with a blood sigil.

Dean promises to capture Lucifer and free Castiel who he refuses to believe willingly agreed to possession. Sam informs him that while the wreckage of the Bluefin was never recovered, the German destroyer was found, sunk by the Hand of God, leaving Dean contemplating the sacrifices committed by the Bluefin and her crew.

After one of their favorite wrestlers apparently commits suicide, Sam and Dean go to pay their respects only for a man at the memorial wrestling show to get murdered with a strange symbol etched into his body.

The two quickly figure out that they are dealing with a demon who is collecting souls, but find that none of the wrestlers are possessed.

One of the wrestlers, Harley Mike "The Miz" Mizanin , is kidnapped by one of his fellow wrestlers, Gunner Lawless, who is working for a crossroads demon who is collecting souls to create his own "nest egg" because of the appearance of the Darkness and Lucifer's return.

The demon overpowers the Winchesters and orders Lawless to kill Dean. Lawless explains that he had made a deal ten years before and the demon had promised to spare his life if he did its bidding.

Dean is able to convince Lawless to help and Lawless frees Dean and kills the demon. Sam and Dean leave Lawless to face the hellhounds at his request.

Dean is more determined than ever to stop Lucifer and Amara and to save Castiel. At the same time, Lucifer searches for another Hand of God with no luck.

Crowley escapes with the help of another demon and leads her to where he has stashed the Rod of Aaron. The demon turns out to be working for Lucifer, but Crowley expends the Rod's power trying to kill Lucifer and is forced to flee.

In Grand Rapids, Michigan , a mother is renovating her house when her daughter's bedroom shows signs of a ghost and the girl falls into a coma with a hand-print on her ankle, and the same thing soon happens to her mother.

Sam and Dean investigate, discovering Bobby and Rufus had been to the same house around seven years ago to save a mother and son. Told as parallel stories, Bobby and Rufus already burned the bones of any possible ghost but that doesn't solve the problem.

Both pairs realize it is a soul eater , an undead being which takes souls to a nest that exists outside of space and time, resembling the house it haunts, while leaving the human bodies to die.

Bobby and Rufus don't know how to kill it so they settle for a trap to seal it, which Bobby had previously used in another home in Tennessee.

This same seal was broken during the renovations at the start of the Winchesters case. Sam is able to use information from The Men of Letters to find another seal that will kill it, but someone must also place it in the nest.

Both Dean and Bobby are taken into the nest and are soon possessed by the soul eater, attacking their partner in the real world. Sam and Rufus fight them off, defeating the soul eater and saving the mothers and children.

Due to the nature of the nest, Bobby and Dean's souls are able to see each other just before they wake up.

In the past, Bobby heads off to follow a lead on Lilith, while in the present the brothers go off to finish Bobby's case in Tennessee.

Sam and Dean investigate a werewolf case that leads to Sam getting shot while rescuing a young couple, Corbin and Michelle.

Unknown to anyone, Corbin has been bitten and is slowly transforming into a werewolf himself.

Supernatural 11 Die elfte Staffel von Supernatural, einer amerikanischen Dark-Fantasy-Fernsehserie von Eric Kripke, wurde am 7. Oktober in The CW uraufgeführt und am Mai abgeschlossen. Die Staffel bestand aus 23 Folgen und wurde mittwochs um Episodenführer Season 11 – Die Geisterjäger Sam und Dean kämpfen gegen die Finsternis: Düstere Wolken hinterlassen eine tollwutähnliche Infektion, die . Die packende und furchterregende Reise der Brüder Winchester geht weiter mit der Staffel von SUPERNATURAL. Worum geht es in der Staffel der Serie Supernatural? Nachdem die Finsternis (Emily Swallow) freigelassen wurde, müssen die Winchester einen Weg finden. No episode ever had Was Ist Der Marshall Plan much going on. Retrieved April 7, Want to Read saving…. Yes the story was unique, yes our favorite characters were portrayed very well with each of their personalities shining through. You really Händel Solomon like you're the one trudging through the snow, or traversing blizzard swept passes, at times. Archived from the original on February 26, Archived from the original on April 25, Namespaces Article Talk. The Winchesters bust in and Claire distracts Rich, allowing Dean to behead him, while Sam lets Claire and Alex kill Henry. Chuck greets the shocked brothers and tells them Upadek Królestwa Cda should talk. Dean's depression in S7 was visceral, and I loved it. I wish Mrs. Feb 11, Cassandra rated it really liked it Shelves: horrorworld-ending-read-thissupernatural. Zum Finale der 7. Dean lebt nun bereits ein Jahr mit Lisa und Ben ein ruhiges, normales Leben, als überraschend Sam Pokemon Star auftaucht. Vorherige Staffel Mai zu sehen war. Directed by John Badham. With Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, Shoshannah Stern. Sam and Dean investigate a case where people are suffering violent deaths after hearing a mysterious sound. Sam and Dean are officially done saving people and hunting things. The thrilling and terrifying journey of the Winchester brothers continues as SUPERNATURAL enters its 11th season. Supernatural: The Complete Eleventh Season [6 Discs] [DVD] SKU: Release Date: 09/06/ Rating: Rating, out of 5 with reviews. () Price Match Guarantee. $ The eleventh season of Supernatural, an American dark fantasy television series created by Eric Kripke, premiered on The CW on October 7, and concluded on May 25, The season consisted of 23 episodes and aired on Wednesdays at pm (ET). This is the fourth and final season with Jeremy Carver as showrunner.

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