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News & Interviews for Supernatural: Season 12
If there's one word that sums up season twelve, it's 'bland'. This isn't a bad season as such, it's just a boring one and the problem lies with the two main storylines that ran through it.
What is most troubling now... is that Mary Winchester was talking to Mick Davies about the British Men of Letters' plan for the United States: no more monsters. Great for everyone - sure - but at what cost?
With the personal stakes raised like this, it's looking like this season will go back to the good old days.
Supernatural can wring as much entertainment out of smaller, subtler moments as it does bombastic ones.
Audience Reviews for Supernatural: Season 12
A letdown from the last season, Season 12 of Supernatural scrambles to cobble together a story and ends up coming up with a pretty good one (not great but good). Sam and Dean struggle to reconnect with their estranged mother who's returned from the beyond, and their relationship is further strained when she joins the British Men of Letters who have come to America seeking to form a partnership with American hunters; meanwhile Lucifer is on the loose and fathers a Nephilim that has the potential to bring about a new apocalypse. Unfortunately the new additions to the mythology cause some problems, particularly in regard to the Mary Winchester and Lucifer characters. Still, on the whole more is gained than is lost. And both Mark Pellegrino and Samantha Smith return to reprise their characters and deliver strong performances. While it starts out rather weak, Season 12 of Supernatural develops some interesting plot threads that hold a lot of promise for the future.
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