Supernatural 9 Seasons 2009

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Season 5
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5. Fallen Idols TV-NR

Sam and Dean reunite to investigate a small town whose inhabitants are being killed by famous dead icons like Abraham Lincoln, James Dean's car and PARIS HILTON (as herself).

Starring:
Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles
Runtime:
41 minutes
Original air date:
October 8, 2009

Available in HD on supported devices.

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Season 5
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    1. Sympathy for the Devil Dean (JENSEN ACKLES) and Sam (JARED PADALECKI) watch as the Devil (MARK PELLEGRINO) emerges from Hell and, together with Bobby (JIM BEAVER), must deal with the aftermath.

    TV-NR 43min September 10, 2009
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    2. Good God, Y'all! While Castiel goes in search of God in the fight against Lucifer, Sam and Dean help an old hunter friend of Bobby's, who's panicked that his town is being attacked by demons.

    TV-NR 43min September 17, 2009
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    3. Free to Be You and Me Not sure he trusts himself anymore, Sam decides to give up hunting. Meanwhile, Dean teams up with Castiel to find the Archangel Raphael - to track down God.

    TV-NR 42min September 24, 2009
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    4. The End Dean gets a glimpse of the future in which humans have been infected with a demonic virus that turns them into zombies. The Future Dean confirms that this is the Devil's endgame.

    TV-NR 43min October 1, 2009
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    5. Fallen Idols Sam and Dean reunite to investigate a small town whose inhabitants are being killed by famous dead icons like Abraham Lincoln, James Dean's car and PARIS HILTON (as herself).

    TV-NR 41min October 8, 2009
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    6. I Believe the Children Are Our Future Investigating a series of odd murders that resemble fairytales and urban legends, Sam and Dean track down a dangerous boy named Jesse whose beliefs are coming true.

    TV-NR 42min October 15, 2009
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    7. The Curious Case of Dean Winchester Sam and Dean play a high-stakes poker game with a witch where the currency is life years - not money. After Dean loses his youth, it's up to Sam to play for his survival.

    TV-NR 43min October 29, 2009
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    8. Changing Channels Sam and Dean get stuck in TV Hell, when The Trickster (RICHARD SPEIGHT JR.) imprisons them in an alternate universe where they are characters in different television series.

    TV-NR 42min November 5, 2009
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    9. The Real Ghostbusters Sam and Dean attend a "Supernatural" fan convention - complete with fans dressed up as Sam and Dean. But things quickly turn scary after a real ghost appears on the scene.

    TV-NR 41min November 12, 2009
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    10. Abandon All Hope It's a hunter's reunion when Sam and Dean face off against Lucifer with the help of Castiel, Bobby, Ellen and Jo in what could be their last night on earth.

    TV-NR 43min November 19, 2009
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    11. Sam, Interrupted Sam and Dean check into a mental hospital to investigate a mysterious monster attacking the patients, but their incarceration pushes both to the breaking point.

    TV-NR 42min November 26, 2009
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    12. Swap Meat A teenage nerd conjures up a body-switching spell and changes bodies with Sam. While he takes advantage of the new situation, Sam is stuck with intrusive parents and high school.

    TV-NR 43min January 28, 2010
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    13. Back to the Future II The angels go back in time to kill John and Mary Winchester before they can conceive Sam - knowing that if Sam was never born, then Lucifer won't be able to use him as his vessel.

    TV-NR 41min February 4, 2010
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    14. My Bloody Valentine Castiel helps Sam and Dean hunt down Cupid on Valentine's Day after people begin killing each other for love. But someone far more dangerous is to blame!

    TV-NR 42min February 11, 2010
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    15. Dead Men Don't Wear Plaid The dead are rising from their graves and happily reuniting with their families in Bobby's hometown. But when Bobby's wife makes an appearance, he refuses to let her go!

    TV-NR 42min March 25, 2010
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    16. Dark Side of the Moon Ambushed by angry hunters, Sam and Dean are shot and killed and sent to Heaven! Castiel warns Dean that Zachariah is looking for them in Heaven so they need to lay low!

    TV-NR 41min April 1, 2010
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    17. 99 Problems Outnumbered by demons, Sam and Dean are saved at the last minute by a hunter and his very religious townspeople - all of them aware of the Apocalypse and trained to kill demons!

    TV-NR 42min April 8, 2010
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    18. Point of No Return The 100th Episode: When Dean learns that the angels have decided don't need him anymore, he joins with Sam and Castiel to take on Zachariah and prevent an all out war on Earth!

    TV-NR 43min April 15, 2010
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    19. Hammer of the Gods Sam and Dean are held hostage by a group of gods who want to use them as bargaining chips to stop the Apocalypse. Gabriel shows up and warns them against dealing with Lucifer.

    TV-NR 41min April 22, 2010
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    20. The Devil You Know The demon Crowley offers to help Sam and Dean them find the remaining Horsemen by leading them leads them to the Handler for Pestilence and Death.

    TV-NR 42min April 29, 2010
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    21. Two Minutes to Midnight Bobby sells his soul to the demon Crowley in exchange for the location of the Fourth Horseman, while Dean goes head to head with Death to stop the Apocalypse.

    TV-NR 42min May 6, 2010
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    22. Swan Song With the Apocalypse looming in a showdown between good and evil, Sam and Dean realize they are out of options and make heartbreaking decisions that will change their lives forever.

    TV-NR 43min May 13, 2010

Product Details

Genres Fantasy, Drama, Thriller, Mystery, Horror
Director James L. Conway
Starring Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles
Supporting actors Paris Hilton, Daryl Shuttleworth, Paul McGillion, Robert Clarke, Paul Statman, Brad Dryborough, Jo-Ann Fernandes, David Livingstone, Emily Tennant, Anja Savcic, Cynthia Mendez, Bruce Harwood
Season year 2010
Network The CW
Executive Producer Todd Philip Aronauer
Purchase rights Stream instantly and download to 2 locations Details
Format Amazon Instant Video (streaming online video and digital download)

Customer Reviews

My grandson and I love this series and have watched all four seasons.
Mary L. Bisutti
Everyone I've shown this series to has fallen in love with it and that's because it's one of the best TV shows ever made.
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Great show, great acting, good ensemble mix, most (90%) of the story line is very good.
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Most Helpful Customer Reviews

154 of 165 people found the following review helpful By Bashert on April 21, 2010
Format: DVD
I am a psychology grad student and what you could pick up from this show is incredible! The writers didn't just piece together plots out of nowhere when they had nothing better to do. The characters are all well developed and driven by the content over the years. Nothing is lost, everything, even characters that you have seen before are interwoven brilliantly from the beginning of the series up through the present, the sign of excellent writing! The best part about the production of this show is no film is wasted. You know how you watch 2nd rate shows or movies and there's absolutely no reason to have shown a scene, or they cut in the same useless scene later as if they don't have enough screenplay to make a typically-timed movie/show; that doesn't happen here! When there is a focus on a face the emotions are expertly carried by the characters from Sam & Dean to Jim & Cass. Even when they throw in a comical highlight or two it fits the characters perfectly. Now the music, hey I did my sentence of high school with most of the songs they use, which impresses me just as much as the lovely creaks, moans and groans of Dean's "Baby". This show is simply excellent and deserves so much more recognition than it gets, but most horror type genres are ignored as serious acting vehicles. Everyone should take a good or second-third-50th look at this series! -BB
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60 of 61 people found the following review helpful By T. Schneider on May 15, 2010
Format: Blu-ray
I was hesitant to say the least when I started watching this season. I did not believe the writers could possibly continue to create as well as they had in season 4. I am proud to say that I was mistaken. Not only did the writing make me wish the next episode was right at my fingertips, but the way they crafted the story to touch previous episodes from every seasons was impressive. I found myself re-tracing the steps of various characters in seasons 1-4 to find out their real intentions. I do not know if I would recommend this for anyone who hasn't seen the first 4 seasons. The writing is great and interesting, but if you have seen the entire story-arch, you will understand character's motives and the intentions of the writers much more. I must also add a note about the final episode, Swan Song. The creator Eric Kripke wrote this as his last episode (he will not be the person in charge of the series next year). From watching it, I can tell he intended this to be his masterpiece, and he did not disappoint. Kudos to Kripke and good luck to Ms. Gamble who is taking over next year!
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82 of 96 people found the following review helpful By Jaycob Johnson on March 26, 2010
Format: DVD
Jake Johnson, Washington Coastal Salish. I am a writer of fiction, poetry, and screenplay. I must say Eric Kripke is the man for putting this show out there for us to watch and be a part of. Supernatural is the best thing to happen to television since Rod Serling widened our mental state of being with The Twilight Zone. The Winchester family is the most intruguing in the history of fictisious hero families. The team of writers, directors, producers on down to the actors must have a love and dedecation to the show, it seems that way. I have seasons 1-4 on DVD and not one episode is a disapointment. This show rocks. As a writer who is picky with what he is entertained by, Supernatural is a sure winner, and should stand the test of time along side X Files, Star Trek, Twin Peaks and all the other shows from the depths of darkness. I advise, ney dare anyone to enter the world of Sam and dean Winchester. Check out this product, Eric Kripke is a sure talent, a name that will be remembered.
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16 of 19 people found the following review helpful By Barry on September 4, 2010
Format: DVD
The CW series "Supernatural" just keeps going and growing and growing. Season 5 was originally planned to be the final season for the series, but things, thankfully, changed. I have been a fan of this show from the very first episode. The series has continued to develop and deepen with each passing season. I certainly have my favorites, but there is no denying the richness and depth that each new year contains. That being said, season 5 would come in fifth place for me if I was to rank my favorite seasons. But first things first....

At the end of the wonderful season 4(which many believe to be the show's best season), the devil, Lucifer, was set free. The season 5 season premiere, "Lucifer Rising", picks up where we left off. Sam and Dean(Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles) prepare for the devil, learn shocking news about Castiel(Misha Collins), and Lucifer finds himself a host body. From here on out, the 22 episode season has the boys trying to find a way to stop Lucifer from bringing about the apocalypse. Those apocalypses are always pains! Like seasons past, there are fun, more stand alone episodes. "Fallen Idols" have certain objects of the past(like the car James Dean was killed in)killing people of the present. It's a fun idea, and it features a brief cameo by Paris Hilton. Yes, I said Paris Hilton. It's not as bad as you think. If you loathe Ms.Hilton, you should still be happy. Elsewhere, there is the absolutely hysterical "Changing Channels". Sam and Dean find themselves trapped in different kinds of TV shows - sitcom, hospital drama, CSI-type show, etc. It's a fun episode playing on the cliches of these shows, and gets a chance to take some digs on the overwhelming abundance of procedural and medical shows. It put a huge smile on my face.
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