Due to its status as a show with a substantial fan base, Supernatural will constantly remain undying and aspects of the series will continue to be analyzed and gone over.
There were lots of things that ended up altering this time, some were well gotten and others not so much. With the end of the Supernatural series, it deserves checking what these elements were.
With Dean (Jensen Ackles) driven entirely by his rage and making one bad decision after another, the final season of Supernatural altered fans’ viewpoint on him.
While Castiel’s (Misha Collins) statement of love tried to paint his anger in a positive light of love, that wasn’t enough to explain the entire season of Supernatural where Dean verged on being a bad guy.
Dean and Castiel’s relationship
Those who had strongly preferred Destiel all these years felt totally verified, as it ended up that Castiel had a crush on Dean the whole time in Supernatural.
This made their entire relationship look different, with all of their past interactions supplied with an included layer of context not to discuss his finest moments in Supernatural.
Inconsistencies in the story
This was a fantastic thing that Supernatural took in stride, as different plot holes were discussed to offer a fresh point of view for previous seasons.
This includes showing that Charlie (Felicia Day) had actually provided them with a card to spend for their things, describing how they had been paying for everything, and that Chuck (Rob Benedict) had actually provided Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean with plot armor the whole time.