“Supernatural” Day is observed annually on September 13. This holiday was founded in 2018 by Steve Adler, Mayor of the City of Austin, Texas. It is a special holiday to celebrate the Tv show “Supernatural,” its amazing fans, the cast, and the crew. Fans come together on this day to celebrate the show’s anniversary with “Supernatural” Day. Fans are encouraged to show their “Supernatural” pride by sharing their favorite moments from the show, displaying their fannish love through their fanworks, cosplay, and tattoos.
History of Supernatural Day
“Supernatural” is an American dark fantasy drama television series created by Eric Kripke. It was the first broadcast on September 13, 2005, on “The W.B.” Starring Jared Padalecki as Sam Winchester and Jensen Ackles as Dean Winchester, the series follows the two brothers as they hunt demons, ghosts, monsters, and other supernatural beings. Ever since its debut in 2005, the series has garnered a dedicated fanbase from all over the world.
The first fan convention dedicated to “Supernatural” took place in Nashville, Tennessee, in October 2006 and the second was in London in May 2007. Since then conventions have since expanded through to Germany and throughout the United States. The series’ stars and large guest cast have made appearances with fans from the United States, Europe, China, and Australia.
Before the debut of the series’ fifth season, in which Lucifer is finally freed from his imprisonment, fans attempted to promote the show through Twitter. A lot of fans posted the hashtag “#LuciferIsComing” which made it into trending topics. However, Twitter users who were unaware of the fans’ intentions responded with numerous posts of “#GodIsHere”, and the topic was blocked from Twitter’s trending topics after complaints. Actor Misha Collins, who portrays Castiel in the series, tried to continue the campaign by requesting that fans post “#PDiddyIsScaredOfHisTV”, rapper P. Diddy being the one whom many fans believe to be the instigator of the initial backlash. However, after an hour, this attempt to trend the topic was also stymied by Twitter.
In 2018, to honor the series’ season 14 renewal, Mayor Steve Adler of Austin, Texas, declared June 23, 2018, as Supernatural Day in the city. The show’s stars Ackles and Padalecki are both residents of Austin, Texas.
Supernatural Day timeline
“Supernatural,” an American dark fantasy drama television series created by Eric Kripke airs on “The W.B.”
The first fan convention dedicated to “Supernatural'' is held in Nashville, Tennessee.
Fans take to Twitter to trend the series using the hashtag #Luciferiscoming.
Mayor Steve Adler of Austin, Texas, declares June 23, 2018, as ‘Supernatural Day’ in the city.
Supernatural Day FAQs
Is it worthwhile to watch Supernatural?
It’s a solid pilot, as well as a strong first five seasons The stakes are high, the episodes are well-paced, the protagonists are excellent in their roles, and it’s an enjoyable watch.
What caused Supernatural to be canceled?
Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, actors of “Supernatural,” addressed the audience at the 2019 VegasCon that after lengthy negotiations with the show’s writers and producers, everyone agreed that it was time to end the series. “It seemed like the writing was on the wall as far as when that was going to happen,” Ackles remarked.
Is “Supernatural” based on anything?
Yes, “Supernatural’s” lore is largely based on pre-existing myths and legends.
Supernatural Day Activities
Start a “Supernatural” T.V. Marathon
One of the best ways to celebrate “Supernatural” Day is to sit down with a group of your closest friends and start a marathon to see your way through the 12 seasons. To spice up the fun, remember to keep a container of salt close by.
Get yourself some Supernatural related merchandise
There are lots of “Supernatural'' merchandise out there for purchase. Some are official products, others made by the talented Supernatural fandom. You can get yourself a little “Supernatural” souvenir to celebrate the day.
Host a “Supernatural” theme party
Invite some friends over and throw a “Supernatural” theme party where you can talk about all things Supernatural. To make it extra fun, you can make it a costume event.
5 Interesting Facts About “Supernatural”
Supernatural’s episodes were named after classic songs
Many episodes are named after songs from Johnny Cash, The Rolling Stones, The Who, and, of course, Led Zeppelin' because it’s Dean’s favorite band.
Supernatural was to be called “Unnatural”
When the show’s concept was first pitched, the series was to be named “Unnatural,” It was later changed by the production team to “Supernatural.”
Ruby was written for Kristen Bell
Kripke planned to have Kristen Bell play ‘Ruby,’ one of the show’s most memorable demons, but Bell passed on the role.
“Supernatural” has an anime adaptation
In 2011, a Japanese animation show called “Supernatural'' was created, based on the story from the T.V. show.
Jensen Ackles directed “Supernatural”
Jensen Ackles directed six episodes of the show.
Why We Love Supernatural Day
It’s an opportunity to honor the amazing cast and crew
We get to pay our respect to the cast and crew of the “Supernatural” series. The people who over the years have dedicated their time and efforts to deliver such a masterpiece.
It’s a chance to preserve the legacy of “Supernatural”
By reminding fans to celebrate the anniversaries of the show, alongside its special holiday, we get to preserve its legacy. We ensure that this special event is not forgotten.
it encourages people to socialize
We get to motivate fans to attend Cons and other events, where they can meet people who share their love for the show and make new friends. And in doing so, spread love.
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