Supernatural: Season 11 - Rotten Tomatoes

Supernatural: Season 11 (2015-2016)





Critic Consensus: No consensus yet.


Supernatural: Season 11 Photos

Tv Season Info

The 11th series of this supernatural series begins with the Winchesters dealing with repercussions of releasing The Darkness on earth. Sam and Dean Winchester are approached by a young deputy sheriff, Jenna, who reveals that people have been going rabid and starting killing sprees. Can the violent infection be cured?


Jared Padalecki
as Sam Winchester
Jensen Ackles
as Dean Winchester
Kim Rhodes
as Sheriff Jody Mills
Aleks Paunovic
as Gunner Lawless
Briana Buckmaster
as Sheriff Donna
View All

News & Interviews for Supernatural: Season 11

Critic Reviews for Supernatural: Season 11

All Critics (8)

As far as Season 11... is concerned, you have to wade through the swamp to get to the treasure chest.

October 10, 2016 | Rating: 3/5 | Full Review…

The Darkness has arrived to Supernatural, and it might just be a new positive light for the series.

October 9, 2015 | Rating: 4.4/5 | Full Review…

Fans waiting for more than four months to see what happened after the Darkness escaped last season might have found the episode's slow pace and unresolved plot a little frustrating.

October 9, 2015 | Full Review…

With an intriguing new threat and the return of the same great characters, Supernatural season eleven may not be a radical departure from what's come before, but it's as enjoyable as ever, and that alone is reason enough to keep watching.

October 8, 2015 | Rating: 7/10 | Full Review…

It was the usual Supernatural brand of disheartening and sad, but in the middle of all that muck, we still got Sam taunting zombies and Dean making smartass commentary and I can say, confidently, that it finally feels like the Winchesters are going home.

October 8, 2015 | Full Review…

This is a show that's found its groove and just keeps doubling down on what works for them.

October 8, 2015 | Full Review…

Audience Reviews for Supernatural: Season 11

Supernatural goes big, biblically big, in its eleventh season, but it proves to be too much to handle. After being released, The Darkness, God's sister, seeks to destroy creation and begin anew; and while Crowley tries to make an alliance with her the Winchesters work with Castiel to re-cage her. In the past the show's mythology has always maintained a delicate balance of following Judeo-Christian mythology, but with a darker tweak to fit the grittier tone of the series. However this season the balance is gone, as the writers recklessly disregard Judeo-Christian mythology in favor of a more Greek-like tale of feuding gods and demigods. And, the monster-of-the-week episodes have become tired and formulaic. Additionally, the series feels compromise by the CW network execs; as certain elements seem forced in to appeal to the Millennial demographic. Vastly straying from the original vision of creator Eric Kripke, Season 11 of Supernatural, while entertaining, has lost that spark that made the show so fresh and exciting.


Super Reviewer

Discussion Forum

Discuss Supernatural on our TV talk forum!

News & Features