Blu-ray Review: Supernatural: The Complete Fourteenth Season Blu-ray Review: Supernatural: The Complete Fourteenth Season
Review of the Supernatural: The Complete Fourteenth Season Blu-ray set Blu-ray Review: Supernatural: The Complete Fourteenth Season

Disclaimer: Warner Bros. Home Entertainment provided KSiteTV with a free copy of this set for review in this post. The opinions shared are my own.

Supernatural: The Complete Fourteenth Season was recently released to Blu-ray and DVD by Warner Bros. Entertainment, and as with previous releases, the studio didn’t skimp on some great extras for fans.

Here’s how the set is described:

The Winchester brothers’ harrowing journey into the heart of darkness continues as Supernatural enters Season Fourteen. Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) have matched wits with monsters, demons, Heaven and Hell. But last season, the Winchesters and Castiel (Misha Collins) stumbled upon a terrifying alternative universe: an apocalyptic world where they were never born, all while training Jack (Alexander Calvert), the son of Lucifer, and trying to save their mother, Mary Winchester. The final battle with Lucifer and the Archangel Michael altered the Winchesters’ lives forever…and created an even greater threat for Sam and Dean. The boys are back and willing to risk everything for their loved ones in all twenty thrilling new adventures, including a historic 300th episode, with a Winchester family reunion never to be forgotten.

So, there’s a lot going on, with the series’ 300th episode “Lebanon” being a super high point featuring the return of Jeffrey Dean Morgan as John Winchester. It’s a great milestone for fans who have followed “the road so far” from Season 1 and a satisfying thing to see before the series concludes next year.

Beyond the 20 episodes on the set, though, the bigger highlights are three featurettes: One looking into Episode 300 featuring interviews with many key players, a look at “The Winchester Mythology,” and finally, the Comic-Con panel. Unlike most releases, we still get commentary for Supernatural on the episodes “Damaged Goods” (with Samantha Smith, Briana Buckmaster, Mark Pellegrino and Davy Perez) and “Game Night” (with Samantha Smith and Mark Pellegrino). Also unlike most releases, the gag reel is actually funny, especially when we see the actors breaking character in an otherwise emotional scene from Episode 300.

I’m going to miss Supernatural a lot, which makes me especially grateful for well-produced sets like this one. It’s a perfect refresher as we prepare for the final season to begin on October 10. Order yours from and support KSiteTV!


Craig Byrne, Editor-In-Chief

KSiteTV Editor-In-Chief Craig Byrne has been writing about TV on the internet since 1995. He is also the author of several published books, including Smallville: The Visual Guide and the show's Official Companions for Seasons 4-7.