Supernatural is an America paranormal drama television series created by Eric Kripke, that follows two brothers as they hunt demons, ghosts, monsters, and other supernatural beings in the world. but this is season 7 and if you're here then you already know what it is. You're already in love with Dean and Sam and the rest of the characters and storylines.
Season 7 premiered in September 2011 and aired 23 episodes.
As well as the normal mix of supernatural nasties, this season the Winchesters come across a species called the Leviathans, an enemy stronger and deadlier than any they have faced so far.
(On January 12 2012 this season won two People's Choice Awards including Best Network TV Drama.)
Our favourite Winchester boys return to us.....
Jared Padalecki as Sam Winchester (23 episodes)
Jensen Ackles as Dean Winchester (23 episodes)
With some more of our favourites and new favourites...
Misha Collins as Castiel (5 episodes)
DJ Qualls as Garth Fitzgerald IV (2 episodes)
Charisma Carpenter as Maggie Stark (1 episode)
James Marsters as Donald Stark (1 episode)
Jim Beaver as Bobby Singer (12 episodes)
James Patrick Stuart as Dick Roman (6 episodes)
Benito Martinez as Edgar (5 episodes)
Mark A. Sheppard as Crowley (5 episodes)
Kevin McNally as Frank Devereaux (4 episodes)
Mark Pellegrino as Lucifer (4 episodes)
Cameron Bancroft as Dr. Gaines (3 episodes)
Osric Chau as Kevin Tran (3 episodes)
Rachel Miner as Meg (3 episodes)
Kim Rhodes as Jody Mills (3 episodes)
Sean Owen Roberts as Chet (3 episodes)
Larissa Gomes as Louise (2 episodes)
Khaira Leyedo as Mrs. Tran (2 episodes)
Felicia Day as Charlie Bradbury (1 episode)
Jason Dohring as Chronos (1 episode)
Nicholas Lea as Eliot Ness (1 episode)
Emily Perkins as Becky Rosen (1 episode)
Julian Richings as Death (1 episode)
Jewel Staite as Amy Pond (1 episode)
Alona Tal as Jo Harvelle (1 episode)
Steven Williams as Rufus Turner (1 episode)
Rick Worthy as Alpha Vampire (1 episode)
Episode One - "Meet the New Boss"
Having gained an incredible increase in power by absorbing the souls of Purgatory (the afterlife of monsters) in the previous season finale,Castiel (Misha Collins) appoints himself the new God and sets out to right some of the wrongs in the world, but is increasingly disturbed by the entities from Purgatory that are proving difficult for him to control. Sam Winchester (Jared Padalecki), Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles), and Bobby Singer (Jim Beaver)enlist the help of the demon enlist the help of the demon enlist the help of the demon Richings) and bind him to their will so that they can use him to stop Castiel. However, Castiel intervenes and breaksHowever, Castiel intervenes and breaks the Death decides not to punish Sam, Dean, and Bobby for binding him and instead reveals tothe group that the entities Castiel is struggling with are the leviathan, God's first creations. They had been locked into Purgatory to prevent them from eating the rest of God's creations. After Castiel finds thathe has lost control of himself and he has lost control of himself and leviathan, he goes to Sam,Dean, and Bobby for help, and they help him send all the souls he had consumed back into Purgatory. However, the leviathan remain in Castiel's body and assume complete control, revealing that they have killed him from within. Meanwhile, Sam struggles throughout the episode with psychological fall-out of the "wall" in his mind that had been protecting him from his memories of torture at the hands of Lucifer and Michael in Hell, having been torn down by Castiel. Sam begins hallucinating and sees Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino), who tells him that he was never truly saved from Hell; what has transpired since the fifth season finale "Swan Song" is all an elaborate illusion controlled by Lucifer designed to psychologically torture Sam by giving him false hope before dashing it.
Episode 2 -"Hello, Cruel World"
Episode 3 -"The Girl Next Door"
Episode 4 -"Defending Your Life"
Episode 5 -"Shut Up, Dr. Phil"
Episode 6 -"Slash Fiction"
Episode 7 -"The Mentalists"
Episode 8 -"Season Seven, Time for a Wedding!"
Episode 9 -"How to Win Friends and Influence Monsters"
Episode 10 -"Death's Door"
Bobby spends the majority of the episode in a coma, making his way through a network of his own memories, while a reaper follows him in an attempt to secure Bobby's soul. Aided by a representation of his old friend Rufus, he learns that in order to break free of the dream state he must confront and relive his own worst experiences. It is revealed that shortly before he was forced to kill her, Bobby broke his wife's heart by refusing to have children, motivated by a fear of becoming like his own abusive father. Bobby is determined to get a cryptic combination of numbers to Sam and Dean in the real world, and eventually confronts his memory of the night he, as a child, shot and killed his violent father. Telling the memory of his father that he ended up with two wonderful sons and that he did not allow the childhood abuse to ruin his life, he manages to emerge from his coma long enough to write the numbers on Sam's hand, upon which his heart stops. Inside Bobby's head, he relives one last memory of a night with Sam and Dean as the dream world around him fades away, and the reaper tells him to make a choice: to let his life go, or stay, and become a ghost. The reaper's watch ticks ominously as the screen cuts to black.
Episode 11 -"Adventures in Babysitting"
Episode 12 -"Time After Time"
Episode 13 -"The Slice Girls"
Episode 14 -"Plucky Pennywhistle's Magical Menagerie"
Episode 15 -"Repo Man"
Episode 16 -"Out with the Old"
After a ballerina is found dead from dancing herself to death in Portland, Oregon, Sam and Dean look into the case and discover the ballet slippers she wore were cursed. While collecting the slippers, Dean touches the slippers, and begins to be drawn to them, much to his embarrassment (as the slippers attracted those interested or practiced in ballet). Before the slippers take their hold, Sam and Dean find the antiques dealer who sold the slippers, and multiple empty curse boxes, as he had sold three other cursed objects. The brothers race to retrieve the cursed objects, although they fail to save one woman, who drinks steaming water from a cursed tea kettle and kills herself. After locking away the cursed objects, the dealer reveals that his mother collected the objects (presumably being a hunter), and was recently killed in a car crash after selling her store to a realtor named Joyce, who has recently been buying up several properties in town. Getting the paranoid Frank to dig into the company and its subsidiary, Dean discovers that it is a Leviathan front. Meanwhile, Sam, tired from forced sleep deprivation due to Lucifer haunting him, inadvertently attracts the attention of Joyce's assistant, George, while getting a coffee. George then follows Sam to the antiques dealer. The Leviathans then set up a trap, forcing the dealer to say he touched a cursed object to lure the brothers to the store. Once there, the monsters attack the brothers. However, George, tired of Joyce's belittling behavior and reckless impatience, subtly aids Sam and Dean in beheading Joyce, gleefully planning to eat her. Due to their shock, George briefly describes to the brothers that the only real way to kill a Leviathan was to eat them (or force them to eat themselves, via 'bibbing') and that in this situation, he means them and the people of the town no harm. Sam and Dean then discover that the properties were bought to make way for a research center dedicated to curing cancer, bewildering them as to why the Leviathans would be helping humans. Heading to Frank's trailer with the cursed objects, the brothers find the trailer wrecked on the inside, with blood sprayed everywhere.
Episode 17 -"The Born-Again Identity"
Episode 18 -"Party on, Garth"
Episode 19 -"Of Grave Importance"
Episode 20 -"The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo"Episode 21 -"Reading is Fundamental"
Episode 22 -"There Will Be Blood"
Episode 23 -"Survival of the Fittest"
Dick speaks to Crowley about a deal: in exchange for giving the Winchesters the wrong blood, Dick will give him and his demons Canada to do whatever they want with as long as they leave America alone. After going through an extensive contract, the deal is struck. At the same time, Sam and Dean break into the crypt of a group of nuns and steal a bone of one they feel is righteous enough for the weapon. Hacking into Sucrocorp's security cameras using what Charlie taught them, Sam and Dean spy on Dick, but discover that through the arm of the real Dick Roman, he has had many other Leviathans take on his form in order to protect himself and they can't tell which is which. Bobby, still possessing the maid arrives to get his revenge on Dick and when Sam tries to stop him, nearly strangles him to death before he regains control of himself and leaves the maid's body. At the same time, Kevin breaks free and discovers that Dick plans to poison creamers to kill off all skinny people, but is recaptured afterwards. Sam and Dean unsuccessfully summon Crowley while Meg arrives with Castiel who reveals that he discovered that his entire garrison has been destroyed and if any angels have survived, they are in hiding. Crowley arrives and is furious to see Castiel, but after realizing he's insane, gives them his blood and explains the deal Dick made with him, assuring them that this is really his blood. He also reveals that Cas, who refuses to fight anymore, can help them kill Dick. Castiel refuses to help and after he disappears to get the game Twister, Meg explains that due to him having the Leviathans inside of him, Castiel is able to tell them apart and will be able to identify the real Dick Roman. Bobby returns, but is now having trouble controlling himself and asks Sam and Dean to burn his flask. They do so, promising Bobby that they will finish Dick, but not out of vengeance. Afterwards, Castiel agrees to help and Dean has Meg crash the Impala into Sucrocorp to attract the guards' attention while he, Sam and Castiel sneak in. Meg decapitates the guards, but is captured by demons working for Crowley. Sam rescues Kevin who explains to him Dick's plan to kill the skinny people and the two head off to blow up the lab. Dean and Castiel confront Dick in the lab, but when Dean stabs him through the heart with the weapon, it fails to kill him. However, Dean reveals this to be a trick and while Castiel holds Dick in place from behind, stabs Dick through the neck with the weapon, killing him. However, Dean and Castiel disappear and Crowley betrays Sam, taking Kevin and planning to become the next major threat. Crowley also has an army of demons in the building dealing with the remaining Leviathans located there now that Dick is dead. Dean and Castiel find themselves in Purgatory surrounded by monsters and Castiel disappears on Dean.
Yay for Season Eight Coming -
On January 11, 2012, it was announced by the executive producer of the show, Robert Singer, that there was another cliffhanger ending planned for season seven