SUPERNATURAL: THE COMPLETE SERIES Blu-ray Box Set Review; "An Absolute Can't Miss Pickup For Longtime Fans"

SUPERNATURAL: THE COMPLETE SERIES Blu-ray Box Set Review; "An Absolute Can't Miss Pickup For Longtime Fans" SUPERNATURAL: THE COMPLETE SERIES Blu-ray Box Set Review; "An Absolute Can't Miss Pickup For Longtime Fans"

Good Times. Bad Times. End Times. After 15 epic seasons, Sam & Dean have finally ended their ride, and tomorrow, fans cans bring all 327 episodes home with the release of Supernatural: The Complete Series!

Review Opinion
By RohanPatel - May 24, 2021 09:05 AM EST
Filed Under: Supernatural

After fifteen incredible seasons, the Winchester brothers brought their journey to a close last November, and tomorrow, fans can finally bring the story home with them forever with the long-awaited release of Supernatural: The Complete Series on Blu-ray and DVD! 

The limited-edition collector's box set neatly packages all 327 episodes of the show and each season's respective special features across 57 Blu-ray discs, and also includes an extra bonus disc that contains brand new special features for the final season, including a gag reel, deleted scenes, and the "Long Way Home" retrospective episode, amongst other things.

As for the set itself, it's relatively compact for a series of this size, using just seven extra large Blu-ray cases to house the discs, with each one holding two seasons aside from the last case which holds the final three. 

The Complete Series box set also includes a 68-page Collectible Book filled with never-before-seen images from the series' run, along with set designs and very touching letters addressed to the massive Supernatural Family from both show creator Eric Kripke and executive producer Robert Singer. As an added bonus, the book also contains the ultimate fan playlist, spotlighting 37 Dean Winchester-approved rock-and-roll tracks that were featured prominently during the series' run. 

Another welcome addition is that the box set provides a one-time use only Digital HD code (redeemable on Vudu)  for the entire series, so not only can you watch the show at home in stunning 1080p, you can also take it on the road with you to stream the series in hi-definition anywhere you go.

Check out an exclusive look at the box art below:

As mentioned above, the box set contains every previously released bonus feature, so there's plenty of extra content for fans to enjoy on any of their many rewatches. Exclusive new special features include the "The End of the Road" and "Family Don't End in Blood" documentaries that give you a behind-the-scenes look at the final season and an extended look at the making of the beautiful finale, which experienced significant delays and alterations due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. 

While The Fifteenth and Final Season Blu-ray is retailing for $39.99The Complete Series Blu-ray box set will be available tomorrow for $289.99, which, if you don't own a prior season of the show, provides a significant discount for each individual set at $19.33/per season. 

Supernatural: The Complete Series is the ultimate collector's item to cap off fifteen years of fandom. Packed with all 327 episodes, countless hours of special features, and a stunning commemorative book, as well as the extremely convenient dual option to watch all fifteen seasons on both physical Blu-ray discs and on Digital HD streaming, the box set is an absolute can't miss pickup for longtime fans of the beloved series, allowing you to enjoy the adventures of the Winchester brothers at home or on the road for the rest of your days. 

Get additional details on the release below: 

The Longest-Running Genre Series in U.S. Television History


On Blu-rayTM and DVD May 25, 2021

Includes Exclusive Bonus Content featuring Two All-New Featurettes, Deleted Scenes, a Gag Reel and More!

on Blu-rayTM and DVD

Features All 327 Episodes and Countless Hours of Bonus Content from Every One of the 15 Seasons Plus a 68-page Collectible Book!
Available Day-and-Date

BURBANK, CA (February 9, 2021) – After fifteen incredible seasons, Warner Bros. Home Entertainment marks the end of an era with the release of Supernatural: The Fifteenth and Final Season and Supernatural: The Complete Series. Both sets will be available on Blu-ray & DVD May 25, 2021.

Supernatural: The Fifteenth and Final Season contains the final 20 epic episodes from the landmark series’ final season, as well as a bonus disc loaded with over two hours of special features including the special retrospective episode Supernatural: The Long Road Home. Also on the bonus disc, and exclusive to Blu-ray and DVD, are two all new featurettes, deleted scenes and a gag reel. The set is priced to own on DVD for $44.98 SRP ($49.99 in Canada), and on Blu-ray which includes Digital Copy (US only) for $49.99 SRP ($54.97 in Canada).

Supernatural: The Complete Series contains all 327 thrilling episodes from the phenomenal series, as well as countless hours of bonus features from all 15 epic, not-to-be-missed seasons. Fans who purchase the Complete Series will also receive a 68-page Collectible Book filled with new images from the beloved series, set designs and letters to the Supernatural Family from both Eric Kripke and Robert Singer. The Complete Series is priced to own on DVD for $329.99 SRP ($369.99 in Canada), and on Blu-ray for $359.99 SRP ($399.98 in Canada), representing a substantial savings over purchasing all fifteen seasons individually.

Carry on with the thrilling and terrifying journey of the Winchester brothers in Supernatural: The Complete Series. Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) face everything from demons to vampires, ghosts, angels and pagan gods. And with the help of the fallen angel Castiel (Misha Collins), they discover that every threat they vanquish opens a new door for evil to enter.

Supernatural has spawned several novels, magazines, comics, games and even an anime series! Starring Jared Padalecki (Friday the 13th, Gilmore Girls) and Jensen Ackles (Smallville, My Bloody Valentine) as Sam and Dean Winchester, the fifteenth season also starred Misha Collins (24; Girl Interrupted) as Castiel, and Alexander Calvert (Arrow, The Edge of Seventeen) as Lucifer’s son, Jack. Produced by Kripke Enterprises, Inc. in association with Warner Bros. Television, the long-running series was created by Eric Kripke (Revolution, Timeless), and executive produced in its final season by Robert Singer (Timecop, Lois & Clark), Andrew Dabb, Robert Berens (Doom Patrol), and Brad Buckner & Eugenie Ross-Leming (Lois & Clark).

With Blu-ray’s unsurpassed picture and sound, Supernatural: The Complete Series and Supernatural: The Fifteenth and Final Season will be released in 1080p Full HD Video with DTS-HD Master Audio for English 5.1. Both Blu-ray sets will feature a high-definition Blu-ray and a Digital Copy (US Only) of all episodes.


  • Supernatural: The End of the Road (New)
  • Supernatural: Family Don’t End in Blood (New)
  • Gag Reel (New)
  • Deleted Scenes (New)
  • Supernatural: 2019 Comic-Con Panel
  • Winning Baby: A Supernatural Giveaway
  • Winchester Mythology: Midwestern Heroes
  • Supernatural: The Long Road Home – Special Retrospective Episode



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Origame - 5/24/2021, 9:08 AM
I'm just waiting for someone to point out the cost of this box set as evidence as to why they're justified in pirating shows.
ThunderPunch - 5/24/2021, 9:19 AM
This is why physical media is dying. $289? You can watch this on Netflix for $14 a month. Even if you only watched a season a month, you’d save $80. An episode a day? Even more savings. (There are “unscrupulous” free methods too). I know, I know the “but I’d own it” argument exists. I for one don’t want a giant box on my shelf when digital takes up exactly no space. Also, how they cram the discs in the cases means a few are bound to be scratched.
ElricReturns - 5/24/2021, 5:52 PM
@ThunderPunch - these sets are literally only for collectors. They are aware of the ability to stream. They make money on that too. This is for the extreme knuckle heads like me who will actually pay for this kinda stuff... cuz I'm gonna lol I know exactly how to display everything too lol
dracula - 5/24/2021, 9:34 AM
Wow thats expensive. Stuff like this is why i rarely buy box sets, usually just get individual seasons.
PapaSpank54 - 5/24/2021, 9:38 AM
@dracula - it doesn't help that they don't just make *normal* box sets anymore. They're all boujee as hell and loaded with promotional crap you don't really need. I have the Star Trek TOS set and it's huge, the Arrow Gamera collection is huge, even Criterion had to make the Godzilla set two feet tall, all of course rather expensive. On the other end of the spectrum, I got the Twin Peaks Television Collection which is affordable and fits on a shelf, but crammed full of discs that don't want to stay in their trays.
DoubleD - 5/24/2021, 9:57 AM
Haven't seen a single episode.
abd00bie - 5/24/2021, 3:00 PM
@DoubleD - First two seasons were good, you can probably stop at the end of season 5 if you want to watch more. The next ten years is just hot garbage lol
4thMaster - 5/24/2021, 10:12 AM
I love physical purchases, there's something really nice about actually having a physical product with you. A sale down the line is where it's at for massive purchases like this, though. And honestly, for this series I'd settle for a Seasons 1-5 set, it tells a complete story and it's the high point of the show for me.

It's about being selective and patient, as blu-ray's can be expensive at launch. I got the Bloom into You collectors edition for half off just by waiting a couple of months. And Ancient Magus Bride S01 for half off too, waited like a year for that one.

I need a Leftovers Complete Series set, though. Would probably buy that at full price.
sKeemAn - 5/24/2021, 12:00 PM
Watched it on Netflix, much cheaper, and the likelihood I watch this entire series again is virtually nil.
Matador - 5/24/2021, 12:10 PM
@KingPatel but most important where did you get those chocolate candies?

RohanPatel - 5/24/2021, 2:20 PM
@Matador - Haha that was a gift from WB to celebrate the release. I forgot where they were from, but I'm guessing you can order them, albeit without the Supernatural writing.
Matador - 5/25/2021, 4:19 AM
@KingPatel - Lucky, hope they taste awesome especially with some honey whiskey!
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