In 2005, Sam and Dean Winchester set off on a road trip that would save the world and change television. For fifteen seasons and three hundred and twenty-seven episodes, the CW’s Supernatural (created by Eric Kripke) took audiences on a wild ride of family, fate, and faith with a rocking soundtrack and a seriously cool car. But that was then and now … it’s time for another ride.Join hosts Rob Benedict (Chuck Shurley/God) and Richard Speight Jr (Gabriel and director of many episodes) for Supernatural: Then and Now, a winding road trip through every episode of this iconic series, one by one, every week, with guests each episode from the cast and crew that made the wild ride possible. Buckle up for guests including Jared Padalecki (Sam), Jensen Ackles (Dean), and Robert Singer (Executive producer), as well as many many more.Follow StoryMill Media on Instagram: https://www.instagram.com/storymillmedia/And Twitter: https://twitter.com/StoryMillMedia
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A greeting from Rich announcing the date of Season 2.
Hosts Richard Speight, Jr. and Rob Benedict share their favorite moments from season 1 of Supernatural and season 1 of the podcast. Details about what to expect with season 2 of the podcast are shared. Plus you'll hear some Fun Facts about Rob and Ri... more
Jim Beaver joins the podcast for the Season 1 finale, Devil's trap. He shares fun behind-the-scenes stories, tells us his Supernatural origin story, and details on the name "Bobby Singer." Ivan Hayden pops-in to share a story about the climactic figh... more
This is the podcast I needed most. I subscribe to many podcasts but this is the only one where I save all the episodes instead of deleting them after listening to them. I know I will need to hear them all again.
I love the rapport between Rich and Rob. I appreciate Rich’s technical questions and Rob’s questions from the actor’s POV. It’s great when an actor from the show is their guest, but when they have behind the scenes crew it really shines. The hard working crew doesn’t get the public adoration at the cons, but deserve it just as much. I love listening to them share their stories. Also, it’s obvious these guys are watching the show with interest; there is an over abundance of rewatch podcasts now, ... more
Supernatural has been a big part of my life since the first episode on September 13, 2005 at “Dad's on a hunting trip and he hasn't been home in a few days”, when I was just 13 years old. I grew up with the show and the characters, they were more than just show characters to me, they were family. The absence of the show between that last episode and when this podcast started was like limbo for me. Then when I heard this podcast was starting it was like a new door opening to an already much loved... more
I absolutely adore Kim Rhodes! I squealed every episode she was on, and now i follow her on social media. She is the best and listening to her on this podcast was wonderful!
The best part of the podcasts are when guests are on. That’s really the only time the podcast gets into the substance of the show and go through scenes. When they let the guest actually talk at least. Sometimes they ask a question and then don’t even let the guest answer because they’re busy trying to make a joke. The hosts try too hard to be funny and have odd sound bits that take away from the information. I try every week hoping the podcast will improve but I cringe listening to them laugh at... more
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