The Supernatural TV show is a 60 minute fantasy series on the WB Network (now the CW Network) about two brothers (Dean and Sam) whose mother was killed by something "supernatural" when they were just little boys. Then, 22 years later, the woman that Sam loves died under the same circumstances as his mother did. On top of that, Dean and Sam's father mysteriously disappeared while on a hunting trip. The brothers attempt to find him but all they discovered was a book with information about those evil forces! They decide to use the book and what they learned from their dad about fighting supernatural forces to continue looking for dad and helping others fight evil along the way!
Jared Padalecki .... Sam Winchester (2005-)
Jensen Ackles .... Dean Winchester (2005-)
Misha Collins .... Castiel (2008-)
Mark Sheppard .... Crowley (2009-)
Jim Beaver .... Bobby Singer (2006-2013)
You might remember Jared Padalecki from his role as Dean Forester on the series, "The Gilmore Girls".
It makes for a better show when the stars do their own stunts but, there's also an added element of risk. During production of season 2 of Supernatural, Jared Padalecki broke his wrist (ouch) while doing one of his own stunts!
You've almost certainly seen Jensen Ackles on either "Smallville" (as "Jason Teague" - 20 episodes), on "Dawson's Creek" (as "C.J." - 12 episodes), or on "Dark Angel" (as "Alec/X5-494" - regular cast member).
Sam and Dean's car on Supernatural is a 1967 Chevrolet Impala. There are actually five of them used to shoot the series.
On one of the first episodes, audiences heard Dean's cellphone number and it was a real number! If you called it, you would hear a message from Jensen Ackles that went, "This is Dean Winchester. If this is an emergency, leave a message. If you are calling about 11-2-83, page me with your coordinates." The number is 1-866-907-3235".
If the guys ever find their dad, they'll have some work ahead of them to return to a "normal" life. Since roaming wherever their quest takes them makes holding down a job impossible, they earn most of their income through credit card scams. They also engage in the risky business of pool-sharking.
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