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Years ago, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) lost their mother to a mysterious and demonic supernatural force. Subsequently, their father raised them to be soldiers, teaching them about the paranormal evil that lives in dark corners and on the back roads of America. And he taught them how to kill it. This haunting series follows the Winchester brothers as they travel the lonely and mysterious back roads of the country in their '67 Chevy Impala, hunting down every evil supernatural force they encounter along the way. At the start of the fourth season, Dean has been freed from Hell, but he can't remember how or why, or what happened while he was there. It soon becomes clear that Sam has secrets of his own, including what happened in the four months Dean was gone. As the brothers answer these questions, they also face a dire threat. There are whispers that an evil demon will soon be freed from its prison. If Sam and Dean can't stop it, it could mean the Apocalypse . . .

Customer Reviews

Most underrated show on TV

Supernatural may not get the most viewers, or the most magazine covers - but the recent Q-ratings poll shows that it's in the top-ten of devoted fans. Watch once or twice, and you will watch it forever. The stories are generally tightly crafted, the characters are interesting and grow and change considerably from episode to episode, and they have the best supporting cast in the business. But most of the credit needs to go to the leads, Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki. They bring their A-game to every scene, and you can feel the depth and intensity of their relationship and bond throughout the show. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED.

Quite Literally, Oh My GOD

As with every Supernatural fan, with the heart-wrenching ending of Season Three, I was unbelievable excited, nervous and scared as hell for Season Four. What was going to become of our beloved brothers? Now, Lazarus Rising is here and... I am completely floored. I haven't been so impressed by a TV show. EVER. Lazarus Rising is the best season opener I have ever seen. This episode was theatrical in its delivery to the avid Supernatural fan, or even just the average TV watcher. Simply amazing. I won't go into detail, because I don't want this to be a spoiler review, but... The gravity of the new development in Lazarus Rising, just WHO dragged Dean out of Hell... It opens SO many new doors in this amazing universe Mr. Kripke has given us. This episode never lost ground, never failed to keep you on the edge of your seat and anticipating what would happen next... Just plain WOW. I agree whole-heartedly with Jensen Ackles: This may very well be Supernatural's best season yet, if Lazarus Rising is anything to judge it by. I don't know about you all, but I am ready and oh so willing to enjoy the ride.

They really stepped it up this season!

I thought it was a ballsy move to send the show's main character to hell. That takes a lot of guts. But the lingering question- was it smart? I think season 4 shows just how smart that was. I find myself amazed at how the show kept its integrity and logic while still surprising me. I can honestly say I didn't see it coming! Love the way the show doesn't jerk around the storyline into an endless quest. The characters and show are constantly evolving. Storylines resolve themselves and questions are answered but there are always new sources of tension to keep the story fresh and interesting. This is show is definitely underrated. It deserves a lot more attention. I highly recommend it to anyone.