I Finally Caught On To Supernatural

I’ve caught random episodes of the TV series Supernatural many times over the years. I always found it entertaining, but I didn’t quite get it. I had none of the background for the main characters. I just knew the main characters were hot. 🙂

I noticed recently that the entire series was available on Netflix. So one night I watched the first episode…and the second. The next day I watched another two. Ten days later and I think I watched episode ten last night. I’m hooked! I’d love to watch an episode right now, but it isn’t at all kid friendly!

In some ways, this show reminds me of Buffy. There’s definitely a rhythm to the episodes already and an overarching plot that is moving along, but the episode plots are also diverse and engaging. It’s creepy and violent enough to keep my hubby involved for an episode here and there, which is a bonus. lol.

So, if you’ve been on the fence about Supernatural, give it a shot, especially if you’re into the darker side of speculative fiction. I couldn’t believe there are 149 episodes. I guess I’ll be playing catch up for a while.

About J.R. Pearse Nelson

J.R. Pearse Nelson is a native Oregonian, residing in the beautiful Portland area. She lives with her husband, two small daughters and the family dog. J.R. is always searching for the magic in our world. She weaves tales rooted in mythology, bringing legend to life in modern-day and fantasy settings. J.R. is the author of the Children of the Sidhe paranormal romance series, the Foulweather Twins fantasy series, and the Water Rites fantasy series. You can connect with J.R. online at her website. Visit jrpearsenelson.com.

3 comments on “I Finally Caught On To Supernatural

  1. I just got into this show a week or two ago, after years of telling myself I would. So hooked, I’m already on Season 4. Agreed, Jensen Ackles is pretty in the most manly way possible. Not that Jared Padalecki and Misha Collins are anything to sneer at… 😉

    I was so impressed with how well the two actors gelled in the first season. These days, show’s usually take a season or two to catch their stride and find their footing. SPN started off with a bang and kept going.

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