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The thrilling and terrifying journey of the Winchester Brothers continues with the sixth season. Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) spent their lives on the road, battling every kind of supernatural threat. And over the years, after dozens of bloody adventures, they finally closed in on their dark destiny. Sam and Dean learned they were to be important and prophesied participants in the Apocalypse. Together with the help of their friends — father-figure Bobby and fallen Angel Castiel — they managed to avert the End and defeat Destiny itself. But at a terrible cost. For Sam sacrificed himself . . . he was imprisoned in the same fiery pit that caged Lucifer. And Dean, heartbroken and alone, was forced to pick up the pieces of his life. A year later, his past inevitably catches up to him — in the form of Sam. Mysteriously freed from his cage in hell. And Sam needs his brother to rejoin the fight because a new threat is rising in the dark corners and backwoods of America.

Customer Reviews

Supernatural At Its Best!!

I absolutely loved this episode! Season 6 without Kripke at the helm isn't so bad, it feels as if he never left at all. The first episode featured the Impala, Dean, Sam and Bobby. You felt all of Dean's angst, guilt and happiness. I was enraptured from the get go. I can't wait to see what the rest of the season has in store.

Best series on television right now!!!!

Buy it. Watch it. Love it.

Better left alone

I am a huge fan of this series, but this premier lacked the depth of character and the compelling struggles that made this show so entertaining, despite the world of monsters an demons that constantly plague the brothers. It was full of awkward pauses, not by things left unsaid, but by a writer that did not fully grasp the characters. I expected Sam to change, but I want to see a bit of his internal struggle. Sam is not Dean, and despite the switching of roles between the brothers, he should not be written as a former Dean-like character. He is no longer even a sympathetic character. This is a show that ended at the height of the emotional struggle and bond between these two brothers last season, and maybe should have stayed "ended" if this first episode is the tone for the entire season.