The CW Network is still pleased as punch about how well Supernatural season five is doing in the ratings and had the following to say in a press release dated November 18, 2009:
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SUPERNATURAL matched its best adults 18-34 (1.5/4) performance of the season, and scored its second best ratings this season in adults 18-49 (1.3/3).
What were they so happy about?
Well last Thursday November 12 in episode S5.09 The Real Ghostbusters,( directed by Jim Conway from a teleplay by Eric Kripke and story written by Nancy Weiner) the fictional characters of Dean (Jensen Ackles) and Sam (Jared Padalecki) Winchester went to a Supernatural convention being put on by Carver Edlund a.ka. Chuck Shurley (Rob Benedict) who wrote books he thought were fantasies in his head but were actually documentation of the lives of Sam and Dean Winchester starting at the point where the two brothers came back together to search for their missing father John Winchester (Jeffrey Dean Morgan) and to do hunting of supernatural creatures along the way.
Coincidentally (or maybe not) the very weekend after the episode aired, Supernatural actors Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki and Rob Benedict who play these characters went to a Supernatural convention as well (Jim Beaver, Richard Speight Jr., Misha Collins, Rob Benedict and Aldis Hodges were there as well). For the record though the characters and the actors attended two very different conventions, but that doesn’t mean there weren’t similarities as well. Let’s take a look at both of them as I do my commentary for last week’s Supernatural episode S5.09 The Real Ghostbusters.
Continue reading TV Recap: Sam and Dean Winchester Have a Conventional Experience: Commentary on S5.09 The Real Ghost Busters
Supernatural on the CW had a good week last week with the airing of S5.07 The Curious Case of Dean Winchester
SUPERNATURAL Hits Season High in Adults 18-34 and Adults 18-49;
Delivers Second Largest Audience of the Season. At 9:00PM The CW’s SUPERNATURAL scared up another strong performance, matching its best ratings of the season in adults 18-34 (1.5/4) and adults 18-49 (1.4/3-tie) and delivering its second largest audience of the season (2.9 million).
I on the other hand had a bad week last week. So when I came home on Friday to find an invitation to see an advance viewing of Supernatural 5.08 Changing Channels waiting for me in my inbox I was more than happy to turn my attention towards it. By the middle of the episode I was laughing so hard and so often I was almost falling out of my chair! Yet that is not to say that Changing Channels doesn’t have its serious moments. I would venture to say that Changing Channels is actually one of the more pivotal episodes so far in season 5 in terms of bringing forth more information about the apocalypse and the roles that Sam and Dean Winchester have to play in it. Not to mention what other players there might be and what roles they could play as well.
Continue reading Television: CW Gives Out an Advance Look at Supernatural S5.08 Changing Channels And It’s A Tricky Ride For Sam and Dean Winchester!
Whether you’re a devoted fan, casual viewer, or jumping in for the first time, this week’s episode of SUPERNATURAL is NOT to be missed! In perfect Supernatural style, it offers an extraordinary balance between the comedic and dramatic, the light and the dark, and confidently places its tongue firmly in cheek in an excellent parody of iconic TV shows of the past and present (such ‘Knight Rider’, ‘CSI’, and ‘Grey’s Anatomy’, to name a few). TV aficionados will immediately recognize all the references and have a terrific time laughing along as demon-hunting brothers, Sam and Dean Winchester, are dropped from one alternate reality into another. And the supernatural entity to bring about all this pandemonium? None other than that wise-cracking, candy-loving, demi-god, The Trickster.
But if you think this episode is setting up to be nothing more than a light and comedic romp through TV-land, then think again. What sets out as a joyful diversion, complete with laugh track and a theme song highlighting the brotherly bond that is the heart of Supernatural, takes a dark and chilling turn. When it appears this episode will nonchalantly bypass the issue of the impending Apocalypse, it brings it right back to the forefront when you least expect it, as Sam and Dean are once again forced to confront their respective destinies and the theme of family loyalty. And in true Supernatural style there is yet another surprising reveal that was comfortably hiding up the writer’s sleeves, which ties all the current themes together and makes us go back and re-examine what we think we know from the past. Sheer absolute genius!!
Continue reading Supernatural: An Unique Must-See Episode and an Exclusive Chat with Richard Speight, Jr.