Supernatural Season 14 Episode 20 Trailer and Episode Guide

Here's everything you need to know about Supernatural Season 14.

Supernatural Season 14 is here!

Indeed, the network’s renewal, the Winchester Brothers will continue to carry on past unlucky 13, extending Supernatural‘s status as, by far, the longest-running series in the history of The CW (or predecessor channel The WB). The veteran series continues to innovate, showing no real reason to be put out to serial television pasture, with Supernatural Season 15 already confirmed!

Read our review of the latest episode right here.

Up next in Supernatural Season 14? The finale! Episode 20, titled “Moriah.” Here’s the synopsis:

Ad – content continues below

“Sam, Dean and Castiel are thrown into an epic battle; Jack becomes disenchanted with all of the lies; an old friend from the past shows up.”

And here’s the promo…

Supernatural Season 14 Episodes

We’ll be keeping track of all the Supernatural episodes and details right here. 

Here’s the list, which is, of course, still evolving…

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 1: Stranger in a Strange Land

“Sam (Jared Padalecki) enlists everyone’s help in trying to track down Dean (Jensen Ackles), who can literally be anywhere. Meanwhile, Castiel (Misha Collins) may be in over his head after meeting up with an unreliable source. After being drained of his grace in season 13, Jack (Alexander Calvert) is adjusting to life as a human, learning new skills and figuring out how he fits in to this world of hunters.”

air date: 10/11/18

read our review of “Stranger in a Strange Land” here.

Ad – content continues below

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 2: Gods and Monsters

“Sam (Jared Padalecki) finds a clue to Dean’s (Jensen Ackles) whereabouts, so he, Mary (guest star Samantha Smith) and Bobby (guest star Jim Beaver) set out to investigate. Castiel imparts some sage advice on Jack (Alexander Calvert), who, still desperate to belong, seeks out a familial connection.”

air date: 10/18/18

read our review of “Gods and Monsters” here.

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 3: The Scar

“Still trying to solve the mystery of what happened to Dean (Jensen Ackles), Sam (Jared Padalecki) enlists the help of Sheriff Jody Mills (guest star Kim Rhodes) who may unknowingly already be on the case. Castiel (Misha Collins) continues to be a father figure to Jack (Alexander Calvert), who surprises even himself, when a life is on the line.”

air date: 10/25/18

read our review of “The Scar” here.

Ad – content continues below

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 4: Mint Condition

Dean (Jensen Ackles) continues to struggle. Meanwhile, Sam (Jared Padalecki) must think fast when action figures come to life, and our heroes find themselves living in a real-life horror movie.”

air date: 11/1/18

read our review of “Mint Condition” here.

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 5: Nightmare Logic

After a hunt gone wrong leaves Maggie’s (guest star Katherine Evans) whereabouts unknown, Sam (Jared Padalecki) Dean (Jensen Ackles), Mary (guest star Samantha Smith) and Bobby (guest star Jim Beaver) race to find her, but what they find are their own worst nightmares.”

air date: 11/8/18

read our review of “Nightmare Logic” here.

Ad – content continues below

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 6: Optimism

Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Charlie (guest star Felicia Day) team up to get to the bottom of a string of random disappearances. Meanwhile, Jack believes that he has found a case and convinces Dean (Jensen Ackles) to partner-up with him on the hunt.”

air date: 11/15/18

read our review of “Optimism” here.

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 7: Unhuman Nature

Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Castiel (Misha Collins) track down a Shaman (guest star Dimitri Vantis), who may be able to help a friend. Nick (Mark Pellegrino) continues to spiral down a dark path as he looks for answers surrounding the deaths of his wife and son. Jack (Alexander Calvert) turns to Dean (Jensen Ackles) for help enjoying the human experience.”

air date: 11/29/18

read our review of “Unhuman Nature” here.

Ad – content continues below

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 8: Byzantium

“When Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) join forces with an unexpected ally, the outcome will alter the course of two lives. Meanwhile, Heaven faces an attack from a dark force, driving Castiel to make an enormous sacrifice to make things right.”

air date: 12/6/18

read our review of “Byzantium” here.

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 9: The Spear

Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) enlist the help of their pal Garth (guest star DJ Qualls) to gain inside information on what Michael may be planning. The brothers split up to each go after weapons that can aid in their fight against the Archangel, but this may be a fight our heroes cannot win.”

air date: 12/13/18

read our review of “The Spear” here.

Ad – content continues below

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 10: Nihilism

Michael has re-taken control of Dean (Jensen Ackles) as his army of monsters continues to move in on our heroes. Sam (Jared Padalecki) devises a plan to try and reach Dean and stop Michael before anyone else has to die.”

air date: 1/17/19

read our review of “Nihilism” here.

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 11: Damaged Goods

Dean (Jensen Ackles) spends some bonding time with Mary (guest star Samantha Smith) and Donna (guest star Briana Buckmaster). Nick (Mark Pellegrino) finally finds the answer he has been searching for. Sam (Jared Padalecki) is left to make an unimaginable choice.”

air date: 1/24/19

read our review of “Damaged Goods” here.

Ad – content continues below

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 12: Prophet and Loss

“Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) must figure out how to stop the bloodshed when Donatello (guest star Keith Szarabajka), who, in his current condition, is inadvertently scrambling the order of future prophets. Nick (Mark Pellegrino) comes face to face with his past.”

air date: 1/31/19

read our review of “Prophet and Loss” here.

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 13: Lebanon

“Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) look to occult lore for a solution to their latest problem, but instead of a resolution, they find much more than either of them had anticipated. Jeffrey Dean Morgan (John Winchester) guest stars.”

read our review of “Lebanon” here.

air date: 2/7/19

Ad – content continues below

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 14: Ourouboros

Sam and Dean enlist the help of Rowena to track down a demi-god who feasts on human flesh; the challenge of keeping Michael at bay is proving to be more difficult than originally anticipated.”

air date: 3/7/19

read our review of “Ourouboros” here.

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 15: Peace of Mind

Sam and Castiel follow a case to a picturesque little town in Arkansas, only to find out nothing is as idyllic as it appears to be; Dean and Jack take a road trip to visit an old friend.”

air date: 3/14/19

read our review of “Peace of Mind” here.

Ad – content continues below

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 16: Don’t Go in the Woods

Sam and Dean are baffled when they come up against a monster they have never heard of before; Jack does his best to impress a new group of friends.”

air date: 3/21/19

read our review of “Don’t Go in the Woods” here.

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 17: Game Night

“Sam and Dean race to help a friend in need. Meanwhile, Mary is concerned for Jack’s wellbeing, and Castiel enlists help from Jo/Anael to track down a miracle.”

air date: 4/4/19

read our review of “Game Night” here.

Ad – content continues below

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 18: Absence

“Sam and Dean continue to worry about the condition of Jack’s soul.”

air date: 4/11/19

Read our review of “Absence” here.

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 19: Jack in the Box

“Sam, Dean and Castiel investigate a string of suspicious deaths that have a biblical element to them.”

air date: 4/18/19

Read our review of “Jack in the Box” here.

Ad – content continues below

Supernatural Season 14 Episode 20: Moriah

“Sam, Dean and Castiel are thrown into an epic battle; Jack becomes disenchanted with all of the lies; an old friend from the past shows up.”

air date: 4/25/19

Read our review of “Moriah” here.

Supernatural Season 14 Story

Here’s a few of the things that were revealed before the season started, some of which have already come to fruition on the series.

From the SDCC Panel:

“Dean Michael”

Ad – content continues below

Neither Sam nor Dean can keep away from Faustian bargains, and Season 13 concluded with yet another deal gone sideways, this time culminating in Dean fulfilling his apocalypse-fated role as the bodily the vessel to the world-ravaging archangel, Michael. Thus, co-star Jensen Ackles will tackle a completely different role this time around, even more than the previous Season 9-10 transitional “Demon Dean” variation.

At the panel, newly-christened regular Alexander Calvert, who plays the Nephilim, Jack, explains of the main mission of Supernatural Season 14 (at least, the first half):

“I think the ultimate thing is getting Dean back. That’s everyone’s driving motivation, is to get him back in the fold.”

Ackles reveals that he was involved in crafting the character, explaining of the genesis of the hybrid character:

“There was some collaboration there, I threw out a couple ideas. As some of you may know, I’m a big fan of the show, Peaky Blinders [explaining of the character’s well-dressed appearance and newsboy style cap]. No surprise, but it wasn’t cut and pasting that necessarily. But, [it’s] definitely that kind of timeless look I was hoping to have for Michael.”

Co-showrunner Andrew Dabb explains that Ackles, in Dean Michael form, will play things mostly straight, in contrast to normal Dean:

“With Michael, he’s not a funny character [or] pop culture-savvy. Michael’s none of those things. I think some of these matters seep out occasionally, but Michael is not a funny character necessarily.”

The Wayward Sisters Return

While it appears that the Wayward Sisters spinoff prospects for Kim Rhodes’s Jody Mills and company have evaporated, the whole gang – and another wicked fan-favorite – have been confirmed for a return in Supernatural Season 14. As Dabb reveals:

Ad – content continues below

“Jody Mills will be back for us, and I think we’ll be seeing some other members of the Wayward ‘family’ as well.” Adding, “Rowena will be back for us as well.”

It’s certainly not the outcome that a fan-led petition to save the spinoff had wanted, but still not a bad consolation prize.

The Empty

At the Supernatural panel held at the 2018 PaleyFest in Hollywood, Singer and Dabb – appearing onstage with the main cast and key personnel in front of a raucous crowd of adoring fans – dropped some intriguing hints about where Season 14 would be headed. Apparently, we need not look any further than Episode 4 of Season 13, which aired on November 2, 2017, titled “The Big Empty,” which saw Misha Collins’s angel Castiel revived from his latest demise, stuck in a dark void called the Empty. When asked whether the Empty could be revisited on the series, showrunners Singer and Dabb took the answer a step further, with Singer explaining:

“We might visit it next year. We’re talking about it.” At which point he jokingly amends, “Not on this show.”

To elaborate on the Empty, Castiel, killed by Lucifer in the Season 12 finale (for the second time by Lucifer, serving as Cas’s fifth death overall), was willed back to life by the powerful newborn Nephilim, Jack (Alexander Calvert); an act that saw Castiel awaken in a dark, formless void – purportedly residing outside the reach of God or the Darkness – where dead angels and demons rest for eternity. There, the clearly-unrestful Castiel is confronted by its angry ruler, a self-described “Cosmic Entity” that takes his form and initially refuses to let him pass back into life, ultimately capitulating to Cas’s demand after his threats of eternal annoyance in the void. The scenes allowed Collins to showcase extremely entertaining banter with, well, himself, both as Castiel and the misanthropic smooth-talking entity.

Consequently, we were left to wonder if the Empty’s cranky Cosmic Entity could serve as the next big bad in Season 14. (*Update: In the midseason finale, Cas – in Winchester-like manner – would make a deal with the Empty (which took over the body of another angel,) to return to the dark domain at a time of its choosing in exchange for sparing Jack from having to go there, setting up a running storyline.)  

Other Details

Going into Supernatural Season 14, the series continues to be a network bedrock, and CW president, Mark Pedowitz, has implied in the past that the series would carry on as long as stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padelecki, wish it to continue. Judging by the stars’ enthusiasm, we have yet to reach such an impasse. In fact, the PaleyFest panel saw the stars reiterate their love for the show’s arrangement and trust in its creative direction, despite the fact that neither of them brandishes the additional title of producer or executive producer, as stars of many veteran shows tend to earn over the course of years of contract negotiations.

Another Supernatural Season 14 hint came when the discussion shifted to the aforementioned series newcomer, Alexander Calvert, in his role as Jack. Singer describes a rather lengthy casting process, apparently justified by its long-term nature… prospectively beyond Season 13:

“We saw a lot of people for this part. We knew it was going to be a season long, and maybe more, part.”

The arrival of Jack, the son of Lucifer and a human woman, was an event that was central to Season 12, culminating that season with the birth of a fully-grown, innocent, yet nigh-omnipotent, game-changer for the series. Since then, Jack’s divided struggle between honoring his deceased human mother and embracing his divinely-powerful abilities continue to be a major aspect of the current season, prospectively evolving beyond that scope.

Joseph Baxter is a contributor for Den of Geek and Syfy Wire. You can find his work here. Follow him on Twitter @josbaxter.