Supernatural: The Complete 10th Season


On Blu-Ray: 
Tuesday, September 8, 2015

Supernatural is one of those shows that has an immensely diehard fanbase, as evident by the recent fact that it’s the second most talked about television show on Twitter according to Nielsen. It’s also about to start its 11th season, a feat not many scripted shows can say they’ve achieved.


Now available on Blu-ray, Supernatural: The Complete 10th Season features a story arc that primarily focuses on Dean, who has now become a demon and been branded with the Mark of Cain. Curing him of becoming a demon is easy and only takes the first couple of episodes to accomplish. The Mark of Cain, however, is a completely different beast as Dean finds out throughout the course of the season.



The Blu-ray quality is good, but not a great I have seen with other Warner Home Video releases. The texture is somewhat grainy and the audio isn’t as clear. The picture is still good and in high definition, just not the best you would expect from a Blu-ray.



  • A Very Special Supernatural Special
  • Supernatural at 2014 Comic-Con
  • Supernatural Theatre: Staging the 200th Episode
  • The Winchester Mythology: Battling the Mark and the Blade
  • Supernatural FANS
  • Deleted Scenes
  • Gag Reel
  • Audio Commentary

The bonus features are solid and cover everything Supernatural. “A Very Special Supernatural Special” even revisits previous seasons with the cast and crew. I personally enjoyed “Supernatural Theatre” which went behind-the-scenes on the show’s 200th episode, “Fan Fiction.” I’ve always enjoyed Supernatural the most when its episodes go meta with the self-referencing and “Fan Fiction” has the Winchesters investigating a theatre production based on the Supernatural book series from Season 4, itself which is based on the show. It’s my favorite episode of the season so having an entire featurette dedicated to it is icing on the cake.


Supernatural: The Complete 10th Season is pretty good. The quality isn’t the best, but that shouldn’t deter fans from adding it to their collections. The bonus features are a good supplement to the season’s 23 episodes and should tide audiences over until the Season 11 premiere early next month.

Matt Rodriguez
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