What is Supernatural?
IMDb describes Supernatural as “Two brothers follow their father’s footsteps as “hunters”, fighting evil supernatural beings of many kinds, including monsters, demons, and gods that roam the earth.”
Click on this “link” to read more about episodes, cast and crew, writers and directors.
Culturally though, Supernatural has broken through a lot of boundaries, now in its 14th Season, it is territory where that just doesn’t happen. Apart from Doctor Who and a few other quality shows like Star Trek, it is becoming an entrenched part of TV history.
Another reason Supernatural is going to go down into the history books is we are moving into a time where TV no longer is a traditional airing medium. Instead, we have seen DVR, digital recording, on demand and even the internet grow the show’s fame and reach. We are witnessing history unfold as we move away from the old TV template to streaming apps and online subscription companies which allow online streaming access to entertainment and Supernatural is popular in this new technology.
The centralised TV will become a thing of the past as more and more media outlets become global, not local.
Supernatural is fast becoming a part of TV history and future.
Supernatural Down Under
The idea was to help fans connect to what is happening for our fandom around Australia and New Zealand, including conferences, fan experiences.
Then help fans connect with fandom overseas, as more and more fans head to America and Canada to visit Vancouver B.C, (where Supernatural is filmed), and sometimes they get to watch filming, connect with other friends and fans while attending fan conventions there as well.
What does “Down Under” mean?
Down Under is a term referring to Australia and New Zealand, you can check it out here at Wikipedia.
Who writes for Supernatural Down Under
Michelle O’Toole is the brainchild behind it and is Editor-in-chief and writer.
Welcome to Supernatural Down Under!