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They’ve been fighting evil for four years now – but Sam and Dean Winchester have never faced a battle like this! Lucifer now walks free and the Apocalypse is near. With the ultimate battle at hand, the brothers must somehow avert the End of Days!
Starring
Jared PadaleckiJensen AcklesMisha Collins
Genres
Science FictionSuspenseHorrorDrama
Subtitles
English [CC]
Audio languages
English
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  1. 1. Sympathy for the Devil
    September 9 2009
    42min
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    Dean (JENSEN ACKLES) and Sam (JARED PADALECKI) watch as the Devil (MARK PELLEGRINO) emerges from Hell and, together with Bobby (JIM BEAVER), must deal with the aftermath.
  2. 2. Good God, Y'all!
    September 16 2009
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    While Castiel goes in search of God in the fight against Lucifer, Sam and Dean help an old hunter friend of Bobby’s, who’s panicked that his town is being attacked by demons.
  3. 3. Free to be You and Me
    September 23 2009
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    Not sure he trusts himself anymore, Sam decides to give up hunting. Meanwhile, Dean teams up with Castiel to find the Archangel Raphael – to track down God.
  4. 4. The End
    September 30 2009
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    Dean gets a glimpse of the future in which humans have been infected with a demonic virus that turns them into zombies. The Future Dean confirms that this is the Devil’s endgame.
  5. 5. Fallen Idols
    October 7 2009
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    Sam and Dean reunite to investigate a small town whose inhabitants are being killed by famous dead icons like Abraham Lincoln, James Dean’s car and PARIS HILTON (as herself).
  6. 6. I Believe the Children Are Our Future
    October 14 2009
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    Investigating a series of odd murders that resemble fairytales and urban legends, Sam and Dean track down a dangerous boy named Jesse whose beliefs are coming true.
  7. 7. The Curious Case of Dean Winchester
    October 28 2009
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    Sam and Dean play a high-stakes poker game with a witch where the currency is life years – not money. After Dean loses his youth, it’s up to Sam to play for his survival.
  8. 8. Changing Channels
    November 4 2009
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    Sam and Dean get stuck in TV Hell, when The Trickster (RICHARD SPEIGHT JR.) imprisons them in an alternate universe where they are characters in different television series.
  9. 9. The Real Ghostbusters
    November 11 2009
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    Sam and Dean attend a “Supernatural” fan convention – complete with fans dressed up as Sam and Dean. But things quickly turn scary after a real ghost appears on the scene.
  10. 10. Abandon all Hope
    November 18 2009
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    It’s a hunter’s reunion when Sam and Dean face off against Lucifer with the help of Castiel, Bobby, Ellen and Jo in what could be their last night on earth.
  11. 11. Sam, Interrupted
    January 20 2010
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    Sam and Dean check into a mental hospital to investigate a mysterious monster attacking the patients, but their incarceration pushes both to the breaking point.
  12. 12. Swap Meat
    January 27 2010
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    A teenage nerd conjures up a body-switching spell and changes bodies with Sam. While he takes advantage of the new situation, Sam is stuck with intrusive parents and high school.
  13. 13. Back to the Future II
    February 3 2010
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    The angels go back in time to kill John and Mary Winchester before they can conceive Sam – knowing that if Sam was never born, then Lucifer won’t be able to use him as his vessel.
  14. 14. My Bloody Valentine
    February 10 2010
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    Castiel helps Sam and Dean hunt down Cupid on Valentine’s Day after people begin killing each other for love. But someone far more dangerous is to blame!
  15. 15. Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid
    March 24 2010
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    The dead are rising from their graves and happily reuniting with their families in Bobby’s hometown. But when Bobby’s wife makes an appearance, he refuses to let her go!
  16. 16. Dark Side of the Moon
    March 31 2010
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    Ambushed by angry hunters, Sam and Dean are shot and killed and sent to Heaven! Castiel warns Dean that Zachariah is looking for them in Heaven so they need to lay low!
  17. 17. 99 Problems
    April 7 2010
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    Outnumbered by demons, Sam and Dean are saved at the last minute by a hunter and his very religious townspeople – all of them aware of the Apocalypse and trained to kill demons!
  18. 18. Point of No Return
    April 14 2010
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    The 100th Episode: When Dean learns that the angels have decided don’t need him anymore, he joins with Sam and Castiel to take on Zachariah and prevent an all out war on Earth!
  19. 19. Hammer of the Gods
    April 21 2010
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    Sam and Dean are held hostage by a group of gods who want to use them as bargaining chips to stop the Apocalypse. Gabriel shows up and warns them against dealing with Lucifer.
  20. 20. The Devil You Know
    April 28 2010
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    The demon Crowley offers to help Sam and Dean them find the remaining Horsemen by leading them leads them to the Handler for Pestilence and Death.
  21. 21. Two Minutes to Midnight
    May 5 2010
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    Bobby sells his soul to the demon Crowley in exchange for the location of the Fourth Horseman, while Dean goes head to head with Death to stop the Apocalypse.
  22. 22. Swan Song
    May 12 2010
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    With the Apocalypse looming in a showdown between good and evil, Sam and Dean realize they are out of options and make heartbreaking decisions that will change their lives forever.

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AdrianReviewed in the United States on February 26, 2017
5.0 out of 5 stars
Ridiculously good season! Decent blu-ray
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Season 5 itself: 5 stars. (It's always going to be five stars for the season review!) I started making a list of some of my favorite episodes from the season but the list got ridiculously long because this is just a ridiculously good season. But to narrow it down: "The End" is just so unique in its structure - and with my knowledge of season 11, Chuck being obsessed with toilet paper is somehow even more hilarious. This season also has my favorite ever episode: "Changing Channels". It showcases just how unique this show can get. This season also has the first episode that made me all out sob: "Abandon All Hope."

The blu-ray: 4 stars. One commentary, one unaired scene. That felt kind of lackluster (unless the editing was so tight that there really wasn't anything more worth adding to the blu-ray.) There is a good extra about Ghostfacers and the Apocalypse Survival Guide is pretty interesting, too. (And a gag reel, of course!)
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CallygirlReviewed in the United States on September 12, 2010
4.0 out of 5 stars
Great series with a few flawed episodes
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It pains me to give my favorite television show 4 out of 5. By being a favorite it almost by default should be 5 right. And episodes like The End, Free to Be you and me, Point of no Return, My bloody Valentine and even it's finale Swan Song are up there are as some really great moments in SN history. I could rewatch all of those I mentioned and still be entertained. Ben Edlund is a dark comic genius. And the Devil was expertly written and played throughout leaving each episode he was in wanting more. Don't get me wrong this is a MUST for anyone who likes Horror with a side of comedy.

I won't say more about those episode mentioned above, just enjoy them and now comes the critique. "Fallen Idol" -ack Paris Hilton, really? "Children are our future" -great another all powerful kid out there who can squash everything with his mind, oh and it was so close to being a good episode, "Dead men Don't wear plaids"- all the characters totally acting out of character and a waste of Zombies! BUT WORST OF ALL "MEAT SWAP". That last one was painful to watch and I want to scratch it off the DVD. Just don't watch it if you love the Winchesters, really.

Now about the DVD extras.... I have watched my DVR episodes several time while I waited for the DVD to come out, hoping to get a little more insight into the season. Especially the last season with Eric Kripke at the helm and we get ONE audio Commentary???? And a few less then encompassing featurettes. I love the commentaries and was so hoping for one for "Point of No return" "Free to be You and Me" or Swan Song. Now "the End" was great but really guys, would it kill you to take another hour or two and give us a few more. That is why we love the box sets, faithful fans want to know what you were thinking when you do major challenges to our characters. Hear about the obstacles and cool things you had to do to make the episodes. Just so disappointing to be shorted on that. I would have even loved if the DP or Special effects person did one if the writers and producers were too busy. Ah well, opportunity lost.

In short get this set, it is worth it. But it does contain some of the worst episodes in the series.
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BDRReviewed in the United States on April 18, 2011
4.0 out of 5 stars
A Great Season if You are Already Hooked
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A lot goes down for Sam and Dean in season 5. The story line, in my opinion, has gotten pretty heavy and I am ready to get back to the hunts. This season gives you an idea that maybe that is the direction they are going. I have not seen any of season six, so I am not sure if this sets up for less Demon/Angel stuff, or more.

I loved the first 3 seasons of this show, and liked season 4 & 5. I have a feeling though, if I had started watching during season 4 or later, I would have thought, "Supernatural Soap Opera. No thanks." I won't give to much away, but note that Sam still has a lot of inner struggles, Dean still likes women and his car, Bobby will still be calling them idgets, and Cass ALMOST starts getting jokes...sort of. The more I watch of this show, the more I love Bobby and Cass. If you watch this season, you will witness Cass trying to set up his voice mail (I was rolling with laughter) and Bobby has to kiss a man. I wont say why or how, but it was also funny.

The end of this season is pretty fast paced and will leave you going, "What? Really? What NOW!?!" It isn't the cliff hanger that is normal for the last episode on these seasons, but definitely lets you know there is more to come.

I hope this helps. I didn't want to just explain what happens, you can read the synopsis for that. I just wanted to give you an idea of what to expect as a fan. Plenty of laughter, lots of action, and actually, you may cry in one episode. Maybe 2.

Thanks! God Bless!
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A.MarteReviewed in the United States on January 16, 2011
5.0 out of 5 stars
Shockingly Excellent....NOT!!! It is not so shocking that it was awesome.
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I knew from the end of season 4 that this season would be awesome. In fact I might dare say it was the best one.

The majority of the first three seasons focused on one particular demon and different lore/mythological monsters. I enjoyed watching the writers take on wendingos, jinns, gollums, vampires etc. It was good having stories with a plot within the plot; the main plot being the Winchesters family. Last season ended with Lucifier being set free and the whole time I was on pins and needles. I did not watch this season each week because I did that in season 4 and I almost gave myself a coronary from anticipated excitement, lol.

This season starts with boys trying to stop the impending apocalypse. There was some great episodes on this season, far too many to name. Usually I have at least one episode a season that I just cannot get into(ghostfacers) but I loved every one. I want to give extra kudos to the writers for incorporating Odin, my favorite of the Gods in the storyline. That is one of the reason supernatural is so great: it opens up your mind to different culture, provides you with knowledge, and is so freaking entertaining.

Once again I loved Micha's Castiel and how he interacted with Dean. The only thing that I truly hated was that both Ellen and Jo had to die. I like seeing "all business in the front, party in the back" Ash coming back in, as well as how the writers dealt with the Winchester's half brother. Another great thing about supernatural and its writers is they get a lot of things right, the writers do their homework. I will not give much away but this was a really great season. Although I love supernatural, I really do not want to see it go, but I think they should just stop here. Let Dean have "some" happy ending; he deserves it.
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Reginald D. GarrardReviewed in the United States on December 26, 2010
5.0 out of 5 stars
What is wrong with those Emmy folks???
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While the previous four seasons of the series were outstanding, the fifth season really "raised the bar" with the storyline about the Apocalypse with Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles, along with the assistance of Castiel the angel (Misha Collins) and Bobby (Jim Beaver) taking on the minions of Lucifer, an assorted armada of angels, and the assorted regular crew of "things that go bump in the night."

This season sees some inspired casting with guest appearances that include former TV heartthrob Chad Everest as an older version of Dean, Paris Hilton as a demonic version of herself, and former Stargate SG-1 alumnus Michael Shanks as one in a town filled with religious-demon-fighting zealots. In addition to these memorable special acting turns, the season also features outstanding performances from actors in recurring roles, chief among these are Kurt Fuller as "Zachariah," Mark Pellegrino as "Lucifer," Richard Speight as "The Trickster/Gabriel" and Mark Sheppard as "Crowley."

Episodes of note include "Fallen Idols," with Hilton; "I Believe Children Are Our Future"; the award-worthy "Changing Channels, parodying shows from "Grey's Anatomy" to 70's laugh-track-laden sitcoms; "Swap Meat," a great tale wherein Sam unknowingly exhanges bodies with a teen-aged aspiring warlock and acting kudos to guest star Sarah Drew as "Nora"; "99 Problems"; and "Hammer of the Gods," a wonderful foray exploring "gods" of world myth.

The special features include all web-isodes of "The Ghost Facers" and "Supernatural: Apocalypse Survival Guides," fascinating documentaries culled from other sources, including PBS. The "gag reel" included is light on the heavy laughs but nonetheless is entertaining.

Of course the reason for watching the show is the near-perfection pairing of Padelecki and Ackles in their respective roles. Both young actors deliver in each installment and why they have yet to receive Emmy nominations is as much a mystery as are the things that the Winchester boys investigate.

Perhaps, before the show ends its run, the two will receive their due.
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Eiric E. PádraigReviewed in the United States on August 23, 2011
5.0 out of 5 stars
Best Ever...
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Season Four left us with one hell of a cliffhanger. The whole of the story arc explodes and rushes through what is going to be the end of the line, at least in terms of the five seasons of meta-plot. The plot is wrapped up nice and tight. Anyone that has watched the show knows this was to be the final season. But I'm going to keep this without spoilers.

We know what to expect - we're given the industry standard: 5.1 Dolby Digital, and the DVD's visual gives the season a pretty good edgy and grainy look. When I finally buckle and buy them on BD, I am sure the quality will likely overshadow this DVD set and end the grainy effect. The acting, digital F/X, and the soundtrack are all so much better than what came before. The special features... wow. We get a little commentary (seriously, one commentary track on the The End episode 4), the Ghostfacers web-series (almost like watching a train wreck and it suddenly turns to flowers and rainbows; these guys need their own show), a deleted scene from episode 9, then magic: a walk through the Supernatural Apocalypse survival guide. I would have bought the DVD just for this. Anything that focuses on the guest stars is always a treat.

So sit back, relax with some popcorn and your fellow horror fans, and hang on tight - this is the end game. This season is going to be what you've been waiting for.
Donna CReviewed in the United States on November 29, 2013
5.0 out of 5 stars
The middle of the series but the end of Kripke.
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I loved how well-rounded this season ended up being and how FINAL it could have been but it just keeps going. This is where it could have ended, and ended on a really good note (sort of, in a self-sacrificing sort of way) but the creators opened it back up. Knowing what comes after this, while I still do enjoy it, it's just not the same. Season five ended Kripke's hand in the show, for the most part, so you really need to savor the last of it here.

Changing Channels is one of the best episodes in the entire series and, really, you can't go wrong with the appearance of the Trickster. Any episode with him in it will have you crying laughing. And then The Real Ghostbusters where they knock a hole through the fourth wall and peek through it. Again. I'm not the biggest Becky fan but I appreciate a fangirl homage when I see it.

Get it to finalize the Kripke reign and be happy.
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Lucas L Stroh LVAReviewed in the United States on January 18, 2013
5.0 out of 5 stars
Great!
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As a whole, supernatural takes a look at the scary and mystical legends, myths, and even religious aspects of life, and then shows these "monster hunters" Sam and Dean Winchester saving the day. Season Five shows Sam and Dean as well as the Angel Castiel trying to stop the Christian Apocalypse from happening in our current or modern time. If you pull your Bible out you will see that a lot of research went into making this season as scripturally accurate as it can be. The only part that a Christian may take issue with is the fact that they say God has stepped out of the building so to speak. (which I am sure every Christian has wondered about at one point in their life or another when there is a tragedy in the world) Now the arc angels and Lucifer try to start the Biblical Apocalypse while Sam, Dean, Bobby and Castiel try to stop it from happening. This season should not be watched by a youth or adult who is weak in their Christian faith, because it may make them believe that there is a God, he just doesn’t care anymore, which is not true. This should be watched by individuals 15 and up.
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