Supernatural Season 11
Supernatural season 11 started airing on Wednesday, October 7, 2015. Get a brief email if and when the next season is announced. Make sure to come back to episode.guide where we’ll have season recap and discussion.
List of Episodes
most recent episode S11E23 Alpha and Omega
The season consists of 23 episodes. The second half premiered on Wednesday, January 20, 2016.
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– Are you excited? Is it perfect? Is it everything you wanted? Do you love that Darkness is a Dean fangirl? If Michael and Lucifer are railing at their cage bars trying to help the very people who imprisoned them, then that's awesome, right? <...> - via TV.com [MaryAnn Sleasman]
I’m hoping the Darkness proves to be a worthy big bad. I’m not blown away by the villain, but I’m intrigued by it and what could be in store. Because by the end, we got some really juicy bits of info like Dean being connected to the Darkness and that baby having the Mark and that Sam has been infected. <...> - according to TV Fanatic [Sean McKenna]
Indeed, the episode does offer a few surprises. In its final moments, we find out that the Darkness has the same “mark of Cain” that nearly killed Dean; she tells him that she and Dean are “connected”. Further, just as we thought Officer Jenna (Laci J. Mailey) and baby Maura were one-off characters with a <...> - via PopMatters [Jessy Krupa]
Season 11 brought us a handful of gems, including ‘Plush’, in which people are murdered by people dressed in mascot costumes that won’t come off, and ‘Just My Imagination’, which starts with a little girl being traumatised for life when she discovers the slaughtered, glitter-covered corpse of her imaginary <...> - via SciFiNow [Poppy-Jay Palmer]
During the early part of the episode, the Winchesters befriended a junior police officer and then saved a new father and his baby. Unfortunately, the father was infected, so he passed care of his baby to the officer. In order to save the child, Sam led the infected on a chase through the hospital before hiding in a <...> - per ScreenRant [Jason Hughes]