Last week, the "Supernatural" show resumed its season, but new episodes will premiere in a few months. The creator, Eric Kripke, has released new promo photos for “Supernatural.” At a glimpse, we feel that Dean and Sam are in trouble and don’t know what to do.

As the twelfth season of “Supernatural” winds down, Dean and Sam will deal with a couple of problems, including Lucifer’s baby, which they have decided to protect from evil. On the other hand, Mr. Ketch is breathing down their necks, so Sam and Dean have no idea how to escape the situation.

One of the pictures features all the main characters, including Jensen Ackles as Dean and Jared Padalecki as Sam.

‘Supernatural’ – the US television series

Eric Kripke developed this American fantasy series. “Supernatural” first premiered in September 2005, on The WB, and was subsequently picked up for new seasons. The story revolves around two brothers, Sam and Dean, who discover ghosts, demons, and other supernatural things in the city.

The show is financed by Warner Bros. Television and Wonderland Sound and Vision. Robert Singer, Sera Gamble, Phil Sgriccia, John Shiban, Adam Glass, Ben Edlund, and Jeremy Carver serve as executive producers. The series is shot in British Columbia and Los Angeles.

In 2006, its first season was viewed by more than five million people on the official YouTube channel.

In October 2015, it was reported that “Supernatural” is the longest running American series of all time. The tone is heavily influenced by Hollywood movies, including “Poltergeist,” “An American Werewolf in London,” and “Evil Dead II.”


Earlier this month, The WB added all seasons of the show to iTunes Store.

It has been reported that “Supernatural” will be available for download on Xbox Live Marketplace by the end of this month. The program has a large number of calendars, shirts, sunglasses, temporary and permanent tattoos, and posters. In fact, Inkworks has released dozens of trading cards for the show, featuring the swatches used in the series.

A game of the same name has also been developed by Margaret Weis Productions, Ltd. It uses materials from novels, comics, and the show. Additionally, Watertower Music released exclusive “Supernatural” soundtracks, composed by Jay Gruska and Christopher Lennertz.

In January 2012, the Japanese Warner Bros. website confirmed an animated version of the show titled “Supernatural: The Animation,” which debuted in Asia in February 2013. The program received a Metacritic score of 54 out of 100 based on 24 critics.

On the review aggregator website, Rotten Tomatoes, its approval rating is 67 percent based on 14 reviews. Tanner Stransky from Entertainment Weekly stated that the show was full of entertainment.