Wow. What an incredible end to an amazing season. Ever since I knew for sure we were going to see Chuck in the season finale, I knew something crazy was going to go down. However, the writers took my expectations and turned them on me so fast, I had a little whiplash. Every character showed themselves in a way that made me realize that all of them, no matter how important or not, has developed and learned.

The Morning After

Sam started the apocalypse! Again! Did not see that coming!

… or did he??

Supernatural’s season 14 finale was exhilarating! It was funny, witty and intense, all building up to a completely unexpected cliffhanger that set up season 15! So much happened!

The Impala – a phone rings.  It was John in the past, getting Dean’s phone call after he’d been called to Lebanon, KS 2019.  John is in the bunker summing up his boys’ unbelievable lives.  “Carry On, My Wayward Sons” begins to play.  THE ROAD SO FAR – Michael, Billie giving Dean a book, Jack dying then coming alive, discussion of Jack’s precarious soul situation, Nick trying to resurrect Lucifer, Jack killing Mary, Jack calmly getting in the box, the box exploding, alarms sounding.

NOW – The bunker’s alarm keeps sounding repetitively.  Jack stands menacingly in front of the destroyed Ma’lak box, hands clenched at his sides, eyes glowing fiercely.  Behind him, clouds of smoke are lit with a destructive orange glow.  “You lied to me,” he observes.  Flinging out his hands, he sends energy out toward Cas, Sam, and Dean,  sending them crashing into the storage shelves to fall heavily to the floor.  They struggle to get up, but Jack has disappeared.

It's the Supernatural season 14 finale! Here's everything we know.

Welcome to your source on current fan projects for, or about, the Supernatural cast and fandom!

What projects are still going on? What's new? Here are the latest projects organized by the #SPNFamily!


Hello everyone! I’m back from my whirlwind month of cons! Anything happen while I was gone? There weren’t any significant announcements, or any important character changes, or anything like that, right? Geez! Can’t a girl go away for three weeks without the whole Supernatural world changing??  All I wanted to do was go to a few Supernatural conventions! During my first two weeks away, Jared, Jensen and Misha announced that a stalwart institution, a significant aspect of my life, is ending. Then I quietly sneak away for a few days to my hometown convention and the show kills Mary Winchester! It’s been three weeks of heart-wrenching tears and sorrow but I am grateful beyond words for the opportunity to have shared that time in history with the people who bring these characters to life. I was present to witness Jared’s, Jensen’s and Samantha’s tears (Misha less so; he didn’t really break down at the cons the way the others did). I was able to say a few words to them, express my love for them and their work, and give and receive hugs that did little more than squeeze even more tears out of the brave façades we were all trying to maintain. It was oddly appropriate that the fourth wall separating the Supernatural fantasy world and reality fell away at the exact moment I needed to share fictional grief with the actors who are experiencing it for real, since so much of my real life is also dedicated to this show and these people.

Thus, whether by coincidence or design, the latter half of season 14 has been intensely emotional both within and outside the show. We have all - characters, cast and fans alike - gone through cascading traumas: our beloved Jack’s, i.e. the boys’ “son’s” death; Dean’s desperate plan to condemn himself to a “living death” (as Castiel termed it); Sam’s total break down at the thought of losing his brother to eternal solitude and torture; Jack’s triumphant defeat of Michael, but Sam’s resulting grief over his friends’ deaths; and the accidental murder of Sam and Dean’s mom, the matriarch of this whole saga, at the hands of our innocent, gullible, confused, now-volatile Jack.  That run of superbly written, emotionally captivating stories is partially what made “Jack in the Box” so infuriating.