'Supernatural': What did you think of possible spin-off 'Bloodlines'?
The anticipation leading up to Supernatural: Bloodlines was undeniable. With the mothership show heading into its tenth season next year, the idea that a new era could be on the horizon was an exciting prospect for fans of the fleshed-out world of Supernatural.
So how’d this backdoor pilot fare? If I’m being honest, the episode was very much not a normal episode of the show we watch every week together. (SPNBFFs4EVER…or something less awkward.) So instead of your regular, more in-depth recap, which will return next week, here’s a quick rundown of what you need to know:
The New Class was helmed by a scorned young man named Ennis (Lucien Laviscount), who at the start of the hour saw his fiancé of 15 seconds die after a run-in with a supernatural beast. This traumatic event led to Ennis delving deeper in the world of monsters and soon found himself in the middle of a monster mob war — despite Dean and Sam’s best efforts to keep him out of it all. There was also romance (between a werelady and a shapeshifter), djinn, and lots of daddy issues.
In all, it was a taste of what the Bloodlines could be, if picked up by the network in May. Am I going back for seconds? Maybe. But I’m more interested in what you think:
Also, as a treat (because I really missed Sam and Dean, who probably appeared in less than a quarter of the episode), Five Screencaps From ‘Bloodlines’ That Remind Me Why I’ve Stuck With Sam and Dean For Ten Years :
(Still hot while holding guts.)
(This face of concern.)
(These expressive arms.)
Five o’clock shadow in the shadows
Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki star as the Winchester brothers, hellbent on battling the paranormal forces of evil.