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The thrilling and terrifying journey of the Winchester brothers continues as SUPERNATURAL enters its seventh season. Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) have spent their lives battling every kind of supernatural threat. Now, as civil war rages in Heaven above them and monsters gather to ravage the Earth, Sam and Dean stand united as brothers to face a new and unexpected threat.
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Jared PadaleckiJensen Ackles
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  1. 1. Meet the New Boss
    September 22, 2011
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    Assuming his new role as God, Castiel (MISHA COLLINS) sets out to right some of the wrongs in the world. And Dean decides to bind Death (JULIAN RICHINGS) in order to stop him.
  2. 2. Hello, Cruel World
    September 29, 2011
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    While Castiel struggles with the burdens of his absolute power, the broken psychological wall in Sam’s mind causes him to have difficulty discerning what’s real and what’s not.
  3. 3. The Girl Next Door
    October 6, 2011
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    Dean is furious after Sam disappears to follow a case with clues that are identical to a case Sam solved as a kid. The monster turns out to be the same demon Sam found years ago.
  4. 4. Defending Your Life
    October 13, 2011
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    Investigating a string of gruesome murders, Sam and Dean discover the vengeful Egyptian god Osiris (guest star FARAN TAHIR), who puts Dean on trial for his past mistakes.
  5. 5. Shut Up, Dr. Phil
    October 20, 2011
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    Sam and Dean track down a witch (CHARISMA CARPENTER) who’s taking out her wrath for her unfaithful husband (JAMES MARSTERS) on the entire town.
  6. 6. Slash Fiction
    October 27, 2011
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    Once again on the FBI’s “Most Wanted” list, Sam and Dean drop off the grid to seek help from a friend of Bobby’s when two Leviathans clone the brothers and go on a killing spree.
  7. 7. The Mentalists
    November 3, 2011
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    Sam and Dean investigate an angry spirit killing the resident mediums of Lily Dale, the most “psychic” town in America. But which medium is controlling the ghost?
  8. 8. Season Seven, Time for a Wedding!
    November 10, 2011
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    While Sam’s entangled with someone from his past, Dean reluctantly teams up with a quirky laidback hunter named Garth (guest star DJ QUALLS).
  9. 9. How To Win Friends and Influence Monsters
    November 17, 2011
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    Sam and Dean go from monster-hunters to hunter hunters as they track the Jersey Devil and encounter a monster sandwich with nasty side effects.
  10. 10. Death's Door
    December 1, 2011
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    As Sam and Dean race the clock on a high-stakes mission, Bobby seeks the help of an unlikely old friend to solve one of the most personal cases of his life.
  11. 11. Adventures in Babysitting
    January 5, 2012
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    While Dean becomes obsessed with eliminating Dick Roman (JAMES PATRICK STUART), Sam helps a teenage girl (MADISON McLAUGHLIN) look for her father, a hunter who’s gone missing.
  12. 12. Time after Time after Time
    January 12, 2012
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    Sam and Dean tangle with the God of Time who sends Dean back to 1944, where he is immediately arrested by the legendary Eliot Ness – who, to everyone’s surprise is also a hunter.
  13. 13. The Slice Girls
    February 2, 2012
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    Sam and Dean go up against Amazon warriors – a bit like Wonder Woman only much nastier. Dean’s one-night stand with one of them could have serious complications!
  14. 14. Plucky Pennywhistle's Magic Menagerie
    February 9, 2012
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    Sam confronts his childhood fear of clowns when he and Dean investigate a children’s pizza chain that’s manifesting the worst (and deadliest) fears of the local kids.
  15. 15. Repo Man
    February 16, 2012
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    Sam and Dean investigate the apparent reappearance of a demon they exorcised years ago. Visiting the demon’s previous vessel in a psych ward, they try to learn the demon’s plans.
  16. 16. Out With The Old
    March 15, 2012
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    Sam and Dean visit a town gone haywire after a large collection of cursed objects is mistakenly released – including a pair of ballerina slippers that Dean accidentally touches!
  17. 17. The Born-Again Identity
    March 22, 2012
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    Sam is driven to the breaking point by Lucifer! Desperate to save his brother, Dean calls every hunter for help, but instead meets a healer with a familiar face (MISHA COLLINS).
  18. 18. Party On, Garth
    March 29, 2012
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    Garth needs the Winchesters’ help on a case, battling a Shojo – a Japanese creature sent to seek revenge on enemies. Unfortuately, it can only be seen when you’re drunk!
  19. 19. Of Grave Importance
    April 19, 2012
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    After getting a call from an old hunter friend (guest star JAMIE LUNER), Sam and Dean find out she’s disappeared with her last whereabouts in a haunted house.
  20. 20. The Girl with the Dungeons and Dragons Tattoo
    April 26, 2012
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    Internet favorite FELICIA DAY guest stars as an unsuspecting, but hip hacker hired by Dick Roman to break through Frank’s firewall and gain information on the Winchesters.
  21. 21. Reading is Fundamental
    May 3, 2012
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    At the same time that Castiel emerges from his comatose state, a young boy emerges as a reluctant prophet – with the key to defeating Leviathans. But the angels want him first!
  22. 22. There Will Be Blood
    May 10, 2012
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    In order to defeat Dick Roman and the Leviathans, Sam and Dean must locate three key items that they must retrieve from Castiel, Crowley and an Alpha Vampire!
  23. 23. Survival of The Fittest
    May 17, 2012
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    In order to stop Dick Roman and the Leviathans, Sam and Dean must team up with Castiel, Bobby, Meg and the prophet Kevin to storm SucroCorp.

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G. B. BrownReviewed in the United States on June 5, 2017
3.0 out of 5 stars
Ambitious season that falls short
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BTW, spoiler alert.

Among fans, I think, this season is Supernatural's most controversial. Despite some strong stand alone episodes and an ambitious season long story arc, the whole ends up being less than than the sum of the parts.

Season 6 was unfocused - with multiple, partly developed villains and little sense of forward momentum.

Season 7 was, obviously, intended to be a course correction with the introduction of the Leviathan as a season long villain. Conceptually, the Leviathan are amazing - villains who have been locked away for all time are unleashed on the world; they can look like anyone and they can smoothly fit into society. They have a master plan to enslave humanity. It's a cool idea. In practice, it wasn't effective. Despite some creepy, vaguely disturbing acting by James Patrick Stuart as their leader, the Leviathan threat somehow failed to feel "real" and was instead a complex puzzle to be solved rather than an enemy to be defeated. The final few episodes - in which Sam and Dean learn how to kill the Leviathan, collect the components of the weapon and finally manage to kill Dick Roman - make for compelling, interesting viewing. And yet . . well, Kevin Tran's frantic line to Sam "Dick's got creamer, he's going to kill all the skinny people" is an unfortunately laughable moment in an otherwise taut episode. And yet, even with all the challenges, the outcome felt too easy.

The stand alone episodes were an equally mixed bag - some such as "Of Grave Importance" deserve to be viewed several times. Others, such as "Party on Garth" aim for and then miss humor and/or quirkiness.

I think it is fair to point out that season 7 is a perfect example of ambitious story telling, and a perfect example of the creative team not quite being up to realizing their ambitious story telling. However, Season 7 sets up a number of important future plots namely the god tablets and Dean's year in purgatory; and it introduced Charlie Bradbury and Kevin Tran as characters, both of whom go one to become important (albeit in very different ways).

At the end of the day season 7 is important for Supernatural because it was pivotal - a season during which the show was struggling to find its creative footing after the 5 season long story arc (seasons 1-5). If season 7 doesn't quite work on its own terms, it does succeed in setting up seasons 8, 9 and 10 which were compelling and interesting viewing. Season 7 remains, for me, a mixed bag - better on a second viewing than it was on the first, arguably, Supernatural's most frustrating season.
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Gary B. KatzReviewed in the United States on July 14, 2021
4.0 out of 5 stars
My favorite season of "Supernatural"
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Most of the 23 episodes in this season were very good. A couple were meh, and 3-4 were excellent. The supporting actors really added to the enjoyment of many episodes. Special shoutouts to Sean Owen Roberts, Felicia Day and Kevin McNally.
I took off 1 star because I like disc commentary, but only 3 episodes have that (I knew that, before I bought it). Also, the spindle that holds the discs in place was broken (bought this set used), so they slide around in the box. Special features also include a few deleted scenes.
PsycheReviewed in the United States on October 10, 2012
5.0 out of 5 stars
Actually this season was very good!
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At first I was really mad with this season for not having enough of Castiel's character in it and then with Bobby dying. For me it was as bad as when Sirius died in Harry Potter 5. But then after I bought the season and watched it once, I realized that it is really good, and like always has many excellent episodes. It made me look forward to season eight completely! I wish to god that more people watched this show because while there are fantastic european actors in this show, this show is really a display of good American acting and writing. Especially since right now, alot of the really famous actors in Hollywood don't hold a candle to the acting ability in this show. And to be honest, alot of the really famous actors in Hollywood out there don't even hold a candle physically to many of the actors in this show. Jensen and Jared are overwhelmingly talented as well as handsome in a good old fashioned 'manly' way. They don't look effiminate, or metro, which seems to be haunting the beauty standards of the 'average' male actor these days. Misha Collins is also very SEXY in that "I actually look like a deep and complex guy" way and Jim Beaver is the type of man who you wish your husband looked like when he's in his forties. Crowley's character is also very well acted, along with many of the other ensemble or guest starring actors/actresses. This is a well done show! And this is not coming from a overtly critical but hypocritical person. i tried acting and I couldn't do it good to save my life, just like many people who claim to be famous and talented in hollywood are: NOT TALENTED, and don't have the looks to make up for it! But this show is not the case. This is a show where there is a synthesis of loads of talent, beauty, good direction, and thought.

I wish this show was on the tip off everyone's tongues as opposed to other supposed film 'phenomenons' out there right now that don't deserve the hype they get.

But that's just my opinion.
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zeoReviewed in the United States on September 22, 2016
5.0 out of 5 stars
Gods creations and More
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Another great season of my favorite WB20 show yes not CW it aired ON WB20 first along with Smallville actually to me. I liked how they went deeper into the lore or about the leviathans. Not everything can be about just humans or demons all the time or every episode dean kills a demon and saves the day.

Evil castial or possessed angel is always nice to have and great to us story lovers that love a twist or something new and different not told in the books. Keeps the show very fresh and wanting to tune in next week for the next twist on what a angle should look like or feel like.

Video quality is very nice especially if u have a 4k home theater system like myself. Do yourself a favor and watch supernatural in the dark with your 4k tv set to movie settings, sound bar or in my case put a extra 5 notches on teh master volume and keep the rear speakers and subwoofer close.

Audio is very clear and nice. Anyone with a samsung soundbar and wireless radiant speakers set your surround system on and keep the master volume to 25 or higher. Usually i directly connect my bluray player to the soundbar with hdmi arc to hear ddplus 7.1, but for this season i decided to use the 1 connectbox and then use the fiber optic cable connected to my soundbar. Not much or no hiccups, distortions, crack noises, but for me its still the hdmi arc straight connection from my player to the soundbar that sounds the best (plus the only way to hear atmos and DDPlus 7.1

Extras not too many but not few. The usual deleted scenes, commentary, some documents but thats it really. Not really a extras fan but 1 extra I would like to see in tv blurays or in Supernatural is the next episode preview clips they show after a episode, the trailers or other promos they use for each episode in a season. I wouldnt mind paying a extra 10$ or a seperate bluray disc that has all the season episode trailers, promo, sneak preview clips for each episode for all of that particular season. I would love to see that extra in future season sets.

Overall very happy with the show and glad 11 seasons wasnt the end. Cant wait for season 12 or more Supernatural episodes.
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BlackLotusReviewed in the United States on March 11, 2013
3.0 out of 5 stars
Decent Season
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I hope my review conveys that while the series overall is an easy 5 stars, this season as a stand alone is far from it.

It starts off with a good idea from the last season which was also a bit lackluster. All of the good elements of Supernatural return here with impending world doom, monster of the week episodes, and shallow but fun character development.

We also start off with a bang - leviathans! I thought this was just going to be about the most awesome of all creatures. Sure, they were tough and such, but I guess I expected more from them. They seemed no different than a typical vampire or ghost in terms of running a situation. Their master plan also wasn't too exciting... About the coolest thing these monsters had going was they had to eat themselves as punishment at times. Also - if you thought the leviathans were introduced into the story quickly and with little thought, they left even faster. They're all gone too - at least as far as I can tell with no mention of them ever again.

There are of course loses for the boys. They must continue to carry on by themselves. The boys will never truly have a home or any family except each other. This part of the season was better I think and keeps up with the fact it's just Dean and Sam going it alone against the rest of the world.

The current season was partially set up by the 7th with the tablets that reveal awesome secrets about many of the main monster races. This didn't need a whole season though as this concept was crudely inserted at the end. It's a cool idea and we currently get to see it played out now with each monster having an ultimate kill switch or other things that can be used against them.

Overall - it's Supernatural and a lot of the series favorites are present in the 7th season. I just found the bigger story of it disjointed and it could have been more of a sub-plot to a bigger season.
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LydiaReviewed in the United States on September 6, 2019
5.0 out of 5 stars
The Leviathan Plague
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To recap, at the end of last season Cas declared himself to be the new God. His egotistical declaration and opening up Purgatory have deadly consequences and unleashes the deadliest creature God ever created on Earth. Naturally, this brings out new sources of tragedy, melodrama and humor for the cast, crew and fans. :)
Another excellent and well made season of Supernatural that's definitely worth the money.
Reginald D. GarrardReviewed in the United States on January 5, 2013
5.0 out of 5 stars
A vast improvement over the previous season
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There are bound to be fans who disagree with this reviewer's disappointment with season six as season seven got the show back on track. There is so much Castiel (Misha Collins) that one can stand and the seventh season's introduction of the Leviathan was a breath of fresh air, especially in the casting of James Patrick Stuart as "Dick Roman," a force to be reckoned with. This season also saw the departure of a cast member but it was well-handled, befitting the status of the character to the Supernatural mythology.

As always, Jensen Ackles and Jared Padelecki are their usual superb selves, still needing to be recognized by the Emmy folks. Fans of the show will have to be content that they know real talent when they see it even when the nominating folks just don't get it. Mark Shepard's frequent appearances as Crowley are also a pleasure to watch. The season also boasts some great guest appearances by James Marsters and Charisma Carpenter ("Shut Up, Dr. Phil) and "The X-Files" Nicholas Lea ("Time after Time").

Speaking of the latter episode, one of the special features deals with the composing of the music for the landmark episode: an episode that has Dean working with Eliot Ness of "The Untouchables" fame. This extra is quite informative about scoring and how essential it is to the overall production of the series.

This is an excellent season and whets the appetite for the succeeding ones, of which the series will, no doubt, continue for years to come as long as its production/writing values remain the same.
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Kathleen SimmonsReviewed in the United States on October 21, 2012
5.0 out of 5 stars
Simply amazing!
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When Season 6 ended and I heard they were going to make another one, I thought, "OK, this way they can give it a final ending and tie everything up." After Season 6 I thought it was time. They'd pretty much explored everything there was to explore. The story line was, I thought, getting tired. Then Season 7 arrived and now I'm on bended knee praying there will be many, many more seasons. I mourned the loss of Cas and then I mourned the loss of Bobby. But then they came back! Not sure how much more we'll see of Cas, and he was an absolute favorite character, but one can hope. I am also missing the car, but we see some other good old muscle cars. We also see them drive some that make you go "Really?"

I like the Leviathan characters and most especially like that they aren't the mainstay of every episode. It keeps every episode fresh and interesting.

I also see a tremendous leap in the acting abilities of Jensen Ackles. I always thought Jared Padalecki had more flexibility in his skills, playing the tender equally as well as he played the fiery. This year I'm seeing a much wider range in Jensen. He nearly brought me to tears in the episode where Jo's ghost came back.

We haven't reached the final episode yet and I have to tell you I'm approaching it with anticipation and dismay. Anticipation because every episode to this point has been fantastic. Much on par with the first four seasons. Dismay because, well, it's ending!

But they are now showing the 8th season and we can only hope there will be many more to come.
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