t seems the Winchester boys are more responsible for half the shit that goes wrong than they do to save it. And with Hell on Earth (literally) Season 5 of SUPERNATURAL is a mad dash to right all the boys’ fuckups, supposedly for the last time… (riiight)
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Highway to Hell. Or in Dean Winchester’s case– from Hell! The opening for Season 4 of SUPERNATURAL sets the tone for the rest of the season…
VAMPIRE DIARIES is one of those shows where the fact that its geared for and is about teenagers, gets in the way of some great universal storytelling that would make the show awesome not just to teens but a wider audience in general.
THE VAMPIRE DIARIES would’ve been a great show for a younger audience for whom TRUE BLOOD might be too gory and graphic and adult… but it’s not. At all.
Season 3 of SUPERNATURAL really develops its own universe, exclusive to the show with a hoarde of supporting characters, recurring storylines and also what I would consider to be the BEST cliffhanger of any series that I’ve seen so far. I mean its BIG… like, hell freezing over big…
Sometimes, certain shows take a while to grow and build, and find a certain niche for itself within the television audience, but Season 2 of SUPERNATURAL kicks off the show to a great start and ends with an awesome explosion of demonic goodness. (see what I did there?)
and religious superstitions, were not exaggerations or imaginary cultural stories…but existed in reality. That is the basis for the awesome and innovative TV series SUPERNATURAL.
Season Two of TRUE BLOOD amps up the adrenaline and over-all ‘WTF’ attitude of the show to levels never before seen with a unique and completely original story arc, that follows the whole town going bat shit, religious fanatics, orgies and wierd-ass moments… to name a few things from this season.
TRUE BLOOD is at first an all out Vampire show that reminds us of the good ol’ days when vampires were feared, and the lights were turned down during a vampire movie.