Supernatural season 13 refresher: What you need to know ahead of season 14 premiere
From the introduction of new worlds to Dean’s big decision, a lot went down during Supernatural‘s 13th season. Here’s a quick refresher on what you need to remember heading into the season 14 premiere.
- Michael has run off with Dean’s vessel. In the season 13 finale, Dean saved the day by saying yes to Michael and allowing the archangel to take control of his vessel in order to defeat Lucifer. The good news is that Michael killed Lucifer. But instead of giving Dean his body back after the fight, Michael decided to take it for a spin, and when the season 14 premiere picks up, Dean’s been missing — or rather, he’s been Michael – for weeks.
- Jack lost his grace. One of the reasons Dean said yes to Michael involves the fact that Lucifer was stronger than ever … because he’d stolen Jack’s grace. Of course, Jack’s grace will replenish over time, but when season 14 starts, the Nephilim is having to adjust to life without his powers. At least for now.
- Heaven needs some angels. There’s a serious shortage of angels in heaven, an issue that will surely have to be addressed at some point. Last we saw, heaven was having trouble keeping the power on, and surely the deaths of both Gabriel and Lucifer didn’t help.
- The Apocalypse World hunters live here now. Thanks to Sam and Dean’s rescue mission to save Mary and Jack, the bunker is now filled with Apocalypse World hunters, including Bobby.
- Hell has no king. With Asmodeus dead, Hell is lacking in the leadership department, and based on the promo for season 14, Sam is hoping Hell remains without a king.
Supernatural returns Thursday, Oct. 11 at 8 p.m. ET on The CW.
Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki star as the Winchester brothers, hellbent on battling the paranormal forces of evil.