September 13 is observed annually as “Supernatural” Day. This holiday was established in 2018 by the mayor of Austin, Texas, Steve Adler. It is a special occasion to honour “Supernatural,” its devoted admirers, its cast, and its crew. On “Supernatural” Day, fans gather to commemorate the anniversary of the series. Fans are encouraged to share their favourite “Supernatural” moments and to express their fannish affection through fanworks, cosplay, and tattoos.
The background of Supernatural Day
The American television drama series “Supernatural” was conceived by Eric Kripke. It was first broadcast on “The W.B.” on September 13, 2005. The series stars Jared Padalecki as Sam Winchester and Jensen Ackles as Dean Winchester as they pursue demons, ghosts, monsters, and other supernatural creatures. Since its introduction in 2005, the series has amassed a worldwide following of devoted fans.
The first “Supernatural” fan convention was held in Nashville, Tennessee, in October 2006, and the second was held in London, England, in May 2007. Since then, conventions have spread to Germany and the entirety of the United States. Fans from the United States, Europe, China, and Australia have met with the series’ stars and large guest cast.
Before the premiere of the fifth season of the series, in which Lucifer is eventually released from prison, fans attempted to promote the show via Twitter. The hashtag “#LuciferIsComing” became a trending topic after a large number of devotees used it. However, Twitter users who were unaware of the supporters’ intentions responded with numerous “#GodIsHere” posts, and the topic was removed from Twitter’s trending topics after complaints. Misha Collins, who portrays Castiel in the series, attempted to continue the campaign by imploring that fans tweet “#PDiddyIsScaredOfHisTV,” with many fans believing that rapper P. Diddy was responsible for the initial backlash. However, Twitter thwarted this attempt to trend the topic after an hour.
Mayor Steve Adler of Austin, Texas, proclaimed June 23, 2018, Supernatural Day to commemorate the renewal of the series for a 14th season in 2018. Austin, Texas is home to both Ackles and Padalecki, two of the faces of the show.
Begin a “Supernatural” television marathon.
One of the greatest ways to celebrate “Supernatural” Day is to watch all 12 seasons of the show with a group of your closest friends in a marathon. Remember to maintain a container of salt close by to enhance the fun.
Obtain some Supernatural-related merchandise.
There is an abundance of “Supernatural” merchandise available for purchase. Some are official merchandise, while others were created by accomplished Supernatural fans. You can purchase a “Supernatural” memento to commemorate the occasion.
Host a “Supernatural” theme gathering
Invite some friends over and host a “Supernatural”-themed party where you can discuss everything related to the show. For added excitement, you can make it a costume party.
5 INTERESTING FACTS ABOUT THE MOVIE “SUPERNATURAL”
Because Led Zeppelin is Dean’s favourite band, many episodes are named after songs by Johnny Cash, The Rolling Stones, The Who, and, of course, Led Zeppelin.
Initially, the programme was going to be titled “Unnatural,” The production team later altered the title to “Supernatural.”
Bell declined to take the part.
In 2011, a Japanese animated series titled “Supernatural” was produced based on the plot of the American television series.
Jensen Ackles directed six episodes of the television programme.
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