Are you telling us that Dean and Sam Winchester were both supposed to die in the season finale?
There is no show in the world that compares to Supernatural.
For 15 seasons, two beloved brothers have been driving from state to state in their iconic Impala and conquering the supernatural world of demons, ghosts, and everything in between.
But even if you’re a binge-watching fan of the show’s 327 episodes, there’s no need to rush into being a part of the Winchester family name.
First, let’s take a look at these lesser-known facts about the show and see how well you really know the world of Supernatural.
1. You Never Hear Dean’s Favorite Band On The Show
Quick question: what is Dean’s favorite band?
Though such iconic rock bands as AC/DC, Foreigner, and Styx have left an undeniable mark on the history of Supernatural soundtracks, Dean’s favorite band, Led Zeppelin, has never been played on the show.
Although the show was unable to purchase Zeppelin’s music, it still managed to pay tribute to the protagonist’s weakness by mentioning their music and naming episode titles after Zeppelin’s songs.
2. Dean And Sam Spent Most Of The Show In Kansas
Though the show focuses on two brothers traveling frequently across the United States and defeating various monsters, there is one particular place where the Winchesters spent most of the seasons.
Kansas plays a significant role in the series, from the state being their birthplace to the iconic Season 5 showdown at the haunted Stull Cemetery in the brothers’ hometown of Lawrence.
In addition, the song Carry On Wayward Son by the band of the same name, Kansas, serves as the show’s unofficial theme song and is heard in every season, including the finale.
3. There Are Parodies On YouTube Involving The Cast
Not only did the cast, including main characters Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, and Misha Collins, create their own version of the Harlem Shake challenge and call it the Supernatural Shake, but they also joined popular YouTube channel The Hillywood Show and their two Supernatural parodies set to Taylor Swift ‘s Shake It Off and the original Ghostbusters movie. Now you have more content to watch on YouTube besides the show’s bloopers.