The boys go West in this week's Supernatural. Angels, phoenixes, posses, Colt, and Eastwood. Find out more in our review of this fantastic episode.
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Supernatural Review: "My Heart Will Go On"
The Titanic never sank? Celine Dion never sang her famous songs? Sam and Dean try and stop Fate while figuring out how to reset the past. Read our review to see how the episode fared.
Supernatural Review: "...And Then There Were None"
Sam, Dean and Bobby hunt down the Mother of All's newest creature. It doesn't turn out well for a few on this week's Supernatural
Supernatural Review: "The French Mistake"
Fun, clever, different and entertaining throughout, this week's Supernatural earned perfect marks from our critic. Read our review now to see why.
Supernatural Review: "Mannequin 3: Reckoning"
This week's Supernatural episode earned 4/5 stars from our critic. For an explanation of why, read our review here!
Supernatural Review: "Unforgiven"
This wasn't the best Supernatural episode, but it was still watchable for a number of strong reasons, as our critic outlines in his review of "Unforgiven."
Supernatural Review: "Like a Virgin"
"Like a Virgin" marked the first Supernatural of 2011. As our reviewer said, it was worth the extended wait. Read our review of the episode here.
Supernatural Review: "Appointment In Samarra"
"Appointment In Samarra" closed out 2010 for Supernatural last night. What did our critic think of it? Find out in TV Fanatic's exhaustive review now.
Supernatural Review: "Caged Heat"
The soul search picked up this week on Supernatural. Read our review of "Caged Heat" for all the details.
Supernatural Review: "Clap Your Hands If You Believe"
Sam has no soul. This is not necessarily bad thing, however, for Supernatural viewers. Read our review of "Clap Your Hands if You Believe" for a full analysis!
Supernatural Review: "All Dogs Go to Heaven"
This week's Supernatural was somewhat of a filler episode, but "All Dogs Go to Heaven" still earned a solid four out of five stars from TVF's reviewer. Read on to learn why.
Supernatural Review: "Family Matters"
Sam has no soul. This was revealed immediately on Supernatural, and was a revelation that led to a solid episode of The CW hit.