Supernatural Season 14 finale ending explained: What was with that crazy ending?

Supernatural -- "Moriah" -- Image Number: SN1420c_0218r.jpg -- Pictured: Jensen Ackles as Dean -- Photo: Jack Rowand/The CW -- © 2019 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved.
Supernatural -- "Moriah" -- Image Number: SN1420c_0218r.jpg -- Pictured: Jensen Ackles as Dean -- Photo: Jack Rowand/The CW -- © 2019 The CW Network, LLC. All Rights Reserved. /

We finally got the Supernatural Season 14 finale and I’m not sure how to feel. The first half had us laughing, but what was with that ending? Here is the explanation.

As you would expect from the title, there are spoilers in this post for the Supernatural Season 14 finale. If you haven’t watched it yet, proceed with caution.

The Supernatural Season 14 finale certainly had us feeling all sorts of emotions. Anger, excitement, happiness, and then, WTF? The ending had one of the biggest plot twists the show has given us. This is the beginning of the end, and I’m still not sure how to feel. But how you feel doesn’t matter right now because we need to break down the ending.

Trouble for the Winchesters and Castiel

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It looks like God is going to be the Big Bad for Supernatural Season 15. It is fitting in a way, but what he’s done is crazy and scary. He’s ready to write the ending and with a click of his fingers, he plunged the world into darkness. Will the whole season be in the dark? I’m not sure about that, but let’s just break down the events that happened.

We got to see Hell open up and all the souls from there escape. This meant the return of a number of monsters and villains the Winchesters have helped put away, including the Woman in White from the pilot and Bloody Mary from the first season.

One thing I’m disappointed about is that the show couldn’t get the original actresses to play these characters, but I’ll overlook that for now. Scheduling conflicts would have certainly gotten in the way and it’s not the fault of the writers or the casting directors.

But the dead are back on the Earth. Vengeful and violent spirits are around and it’s time to get some throwbacks from the past. This could certainly lead to some of the best spirits and monsters from the past coming back for the final season.

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What about Jack?

But this isn’t the only ending to explain. There’s another ending to break down: Jack.

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God killed him. Even though he’d said that only this special gun could kill Jack, he clicked his fingers and burned out Jack’s grace – well, the stolen grace from Apocalypse Michael. As Castiel said, writer’s lie.

But with God bringing about the End Times, it’s clear that things aren’t over for Jack. We ended up in the Empty, hinting that Jack doesn’t have a soul after all so he couldn’t go to Heaven. Woken up by The Empty, he’s told to turn around. Death!Billie is there with a job for Jack to do.

Things aren’t over for Alexander Calvert in Supernatural. The show made it clear that this Nephilim still has work to do and the Winchesters and Castiel will want to get him back. That is if they can escape the horde of zombies (I wish Jack could have seen this) surrounding them.

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What did you think of the Supernatural Season 14 finale ending? What was your favorite moment? What do you hope to see in Season 15? Share your thoughts in the comments below.

Supernatural Season 14 will be on Netflix U.S. on May 3.