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Where to Stream Supernatural and Its Prequel The Winchesters

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The Winchester Saga Continues

Ever craving bacon burgers with extra onion or wanting to solve local mysteries, or just been wanting more of the Winchester brothers? Then buckle up to find out where to watch Supernatural and its prequel, The Winchesters.

The CW’s original series first spinoff The Winchesters’ first season has finally aired all 13 episodes. Those who fell off or fans wanting to revisit the Winchester saga might wonder where to watch the family that loves saving people and hunting things — the adventures of Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) as they hunt down the monsters from folklore and mythologies that threaten the safety of humanity. The unsung heroes and their trusty 1967 Impala cruise through North America hunting monsters and saving the world. The show’s primary format features a monster-a-week episode format, making jumping in and out relatively easy for viewers and streamers to binge watch.

What are Supernatural and The Winchesters?

Supernatural begins with the brothers, Sam and Dean Winchester, reuniting through loss and trauma that takes them across the country to battle against demons, ghosts, monsters, and more. They were introduced to the paranormal as children after the death of their mother. The duo learned to hunt these creatures from their father, John Winchester (Jeffery Dean Morgan). A rotating cast of colorful and charming side characters joins them. The ensemble features mentor and fellow hunter Bobby Singer (Jim Beaver), the angel Castiel (Misha Collins), and the demon Crowley (Mark Sheppard). As the series progresses, so does the strength and notoriety of their enemies. It’s easy to fall for the charm of the series, the brothers, and the friends they make along the way.

The Winchesters is a prequel to Supernatural and follows Sam and Dean’s parents, Mary Campbell (Meg Donnelly) and John Winchester (Drake Rodger). The plot focuses on Vietnam veteran John as he tries to unravel his father’s past. While doing so, he stumbles upon the young demon slayer Mary, and the two join forces as they attempt to solve the mysteries surrounding their families.

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Where to Watch Supernatural and The Winchesters

Unlike finding some of the unknown forces in the series, fans won’t have to look far and wide to find the shows. All fifteen seasons of Supernatural are available on Netflix for streaming or the TNT app with a cable subscription for those with premium subscriptions to Hulu Live+ streaming, YouTube TV, or Sling TV. Fans wanting to own the series or favorite moments can purchase episodes for $1.99 from Google Play Movies & TV, Apple TV, Amazon Prime Video, and Vudu.

The Winchesters, sadly, isn’t on Netflix. However, subscribers of HBO Max or a subscription to HBO on other platforms, such as Amazon Prime Video, can stream the series. Fans can also visit the previously mentioned services to purchase episodes. Since the series is new, it is also available on The CW’s app and website for free streaming with ads. Due to streaming rights though, the season will only be available on The CW for a limited time.

The two drama-horror shows are a must watch for those wanting enjoyable content that will pull at viewers’ hearts with charm and wooden stakes. Then if both series aren’t enough, there is an animated series with one season simply titled, Supernatural: The Animation. The ride might be over for the boys, but their stories will live on just like their ‘67 Impala.

Where to Stream Supernatual

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Bradley Gammel is a graduate of Oklahoma State University with a Bachelor of Arts in English with a focus on Screen Studies. Bradley is an MBA student focusing on international business and is seeking a new media certificate. Bradley's writing credits are as an entertainment news writer for The Cinema Spot and his Medium blog.