We have so much talent in the Supernatural fandom! Fans draw works of art, edit photos and make videos, write fanfics, create costumes or props, craft jewelry, and much more. It’s time to showcase some of the #SPNFamily’s talent and ask the people behind the creations some questions!

Today I'd like you to meet Rianna Melton. We started talking about the"road map" project but soon found out more interesting things! Of course, I will share them with you. A little hint: it's about a car from Supernatural and duct tape art!

What day is better than April Fools Day for a little bit from our Archangel Gabriel also know as Loki and The Trickster?

Once upon a time an intrepid video reviewer was doing some shopping and saw "Trivial Pursuit: Men of Letters edition."  He was intrigued, but cautious. Was this a new version of the Supernatural Trivial Pursuit? Or was this the same game as released before, just with a different "collector's" ascetic to it?  Not finding any answers, he resolved to post some himself.
Reactions continue to pour in to the announcement that Supernatural will end with season 15.

Kidnapped at birth and raised in secrecy by the Church, Lilith is the most powerful exorcist in known existence. Unbeknownst to humanity and to Lilith herself, is Lucifer's grand plan of creating an eternal hell on earth. The only thing standing in his way is his own daughter, who has forsaken her royal lineage to fight for humanity one epic battle at a time. (IMDB)

This is the story behind the new series Demon X. Created, written and co-directed by Supernatural's Production Coordinator, Jason Fischer, Demon X was released on January 21, 2019 by Jason's production company, Frostbite Pictures.

In Part 1 of this interview, Jason talked about the creation, casting, filming and future of DemonX. In Part 2, three of Demon X's lead actors, Cassandra Ebner, Patrick Gerber and J Douglas Stewart, talk about their characters, working on the series and their long history with Supernatural!

Nightsky was unable to write her usual threads article this week due to attending cons, so she asked if I would do a quick threads lite article.  I’m happy to oblige, though my insights will lack her depth, especially since I’ve only watched the episode the one time when it aired last night.  I thought about rewatching it on the CW app, but I got distracted reading reactions to today’s announcement that season 15 would be Supernatural’s last.  Nonetheless, I was able to come up with a few thoughts,  and I hope you all will help add more ideas.

In light of everything going on in the fandom these days, I have two things to say before I get into the episode. One is that I love all of you, and am so thankful to have all of you. The other thing is that we are far from done. We have over a year, and even after that, I don’t plan on going anywhere.

While monster of the week episodes are often not super well loved, I tend to enjoy them because they are often character studies. Their plots are simple and well known, so we generally know how it’s going to shake out, allowing for the characters to really shine through. Let’s talk about those characters.