Im Mittelpunkt der Serie stehen die Brüder Dean und Sam Winchester, deren Mutter von einem Dämon getötet wurde, als beide noch sehr jung waren. Ihr Vater. JENSEN ACKLES DEAN WINCHESTER SUPERNATURAL GLOSSY WALL ART POSTER (A1 -A5 SIZES)Art, Art Posters. Jensen Ackles Dean Winchester ist die tragischste Figur in Supernatural. Kurz vor dem Serien-Ende kocht sein Schmerz noch einmal hoch und.
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Winchester Dean. - Dean muss die Idealvorstellung seiner Mutter und eines besseren Lebens loslassenEUR 58, Dean Winchester II is the son of Sam Winchester. 1 History 2 Physical Appearance 3 Appearances 4 Name 5 Trivia 6 Gallery In Carry On, after the death of his older brother, Sam began to live a normal life, while continuing to hunt. In an unknown period of time he developed a relationship with an unknown woman. After some time they had a son, whom they named after . Jensen Ackles, Actor: Supernatural. Jensen Ross Ackles, better known as simply Jensen Ackles, was born on March 1, , in Dallas, Texas, to Donna Joan (Shaffer) and actor Alan Ackles. He has English, German, and Scottish ancestry. Jensen grew up in Richardson, Texas, together with his older brother, Joshua, and a younger sister, lonestarbassethound.comtion: Actor, Director, Soundtrack. Dean Winchester was a Knight of Hell that existed in an alternate universe. Dean Winchester was created by Eric Kripke, creator and original showrunner of Supernatural, when he pitched a show to the WB about two brothers who investigate the supernatural. Dean's name is a homage to Jack Kerouac's road-trip novel On the Road, tying into Kripke's concept for an Americana road-trip television series. Jensen Ackles, Actor: Supernatural. Jensen Ross Ackles, better known as simply Jensen Ackles, was born on March 1, , in Dallas, Texas, to Donna Joan (Shaffer) and actor Alan Ackles. He has English, German, and Scottish ancestry. Jensen grew up in Richardson, Texas, together with his older brother, Joshua, and a younger sister, Mackenzie. Jensen graduated from Dartmouth. The theme of family was always a dominant one in Supernatural, with the bond of friendship a close lonestarbassethound.com Winchester, despite having his fair share of good and bad traits, managed to forge significant friendships during his time on the show, with these characters becoming a core part of his life. Main Jared Padalecki (as Sam Winchester) Jenson Ackles (as Dean Winchester) Misha Collins (as Castiel).
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Michael Duss. Show all 6 episodes. Self - Guest. Self - Special Guest. Self - Interviewee. Related Videos. Eventually, Dean learns that the angels the want the Apocalypse to start and that if one of the Demon's Special Children, of whom Sam is the only one left, kill Lilith, Lucifer will be free.
Castiel helps Dean escape the angels, as Dean kills Ruby who was a spy for Lilith but arrives moments too late to stop Lucifer from breaking free.
After Lucifer is freed, Dean and Sam are teleported onto an airplane by an unknown force God. Later learning of his role as the vessel for the Archangel Michael and Sam's role as Lucifer's vessel, the brothers meet the King of Crossroads Crowley and fight against the Four Horsemen of the Apocalypse to defeat Lucifer.
On their search to find a way to defeat Lucifer, the brothers attempt to use the Colt and look for God , but it is revealed that the Colt cannot kill Lucifer and God does not care about the Apocalypse.
Dean lets Sam kill Brady after getting the information they need. Learning from Death how to trap Lucifer, Dean eventually lets Sam become the devil's vessel, but his strong bond with Dean helps him fall into Lucifer's Cage with Michael, who is using the boys' younger brother Adam as a vessel.
Quitting hunting and moving in with an ex-one-night-stand, Lisa, Dean begins to move into a normal life but is thrust back into hunting when attacked by a Djinn and mysteriously saved by Sam.
Shocked to learn of his brother and maternal grandfather's resurrections, Dean is placed even more on edge when Sam acts cold, ruthlessly and lets Dean get temporarily turned into a vampire.
This is mostly shocking because out of the brothers, Sam has always been the gentler of the two. Later learning from Castiel that Sam is lacking a soul, Dean sets out to fix his brother.
Getting Sam's soul back, from Lucifer's cage, through Death, the brothers begin to unravel a conspiracy involving Crowley and Castiel.
Defeating Eve, the mother of all monsters, Dean cuts ties with Lisa and learns Castiel to have taken Purgatory's souls to become the most powerful angel alive.
Requesting Death's help, Dean is unable to get Castiel to return the souls of Purgatory in time and the Leviathans break free and begin an effort to take over the Earth.
After their father figure Bobby is killed by Dick Roman, the Leviathan leader, they gain an ally through Kevin Tran , a new prophet.
With the Word of God, Dean and Castiel kill Roman but are themselves killed in the subsequent explosion and dragged to Purgatory.
Surviving a full year in Purgatory with the aid of the vampire Benny after being abandoned by Castiel, Dean and Benny eventually escape.
Dean is angered to learn that Sam did not even search for him. Reuniting with Kevin, they find another Word of God that details trials to close the gates of Hell.
Dean aids Sam in completing the trials, and along the way they encounter the rogue angel Metatron and the Knight of Hell Abaddon.
During this time the brothers are also given the Men of Letters bunker as a headquarters, by their paternal grandfather. Dean is horrified to learn Castiel was programmed by the angel Naomi to try to kill him.
Capturing Crowley, Dean stops Sam from completing the trials when he learns it will kill his brother. When they begin to head to the hospital, Sam collapses just as the angels begin to fall down to Earth.
Praying for help, Dean learns Metatron fooled Castiel and stole his grace leaving him human and causing the fall.
Aided by an angel named Ezekiel, Dean allows him to possess Sam if it means saving his brother.
With Ezekiel in Sam, however, Dean is unable to get any help from Castiel and begins to try to find a way to handle Abaddon. Joining up with Metatron, Ezekiel reveals himself to actually be the angel Gadreel and overpowers Dean, preventing him from saving Kevin.
Turning to Crowley for help, Dean manages to purge Gadreel from Sam at the cost of their relationship. Growing desperate to defeat Abaddon, Crowley manipulates Dean into accepting the Mark of Cain , from Dean's ancestor Cain, and aids him in locating the First Blade.
Mending his bond with Sam, Dean kills Abaddon and nearly slaughters Gadreel. When finally confronting Metatron, Dean is fatally stabbed and once again dies.
His body brought back to the bunker, Dean's reawakens a demon and leaves with Crowley. Enjoying his time as a demon and killing several of Abaddon's loyalists, Dean eventually kills an man called Lester Morris and uses his newfound demon powers to confirm what Crowley told him about Sam.
Eventually confronting his brother, Dean is pulled into a fight by a soldier named Cole, allowing Sam to use holy water to imprison his brother.
Using the demon cure process to try to turn his brother back, Sam lets his guard down and Dean escapes. With the help of Castiel, however, Dean is cured, but still remains an enhanced human with the Mark of Cain.
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The act of killing his brother would be the one he would not survive. When Cain goes to kill Dean, Dean manages to grab a knife from Cain's belt, and uses it to cut Cain's hand off.
In control of the Blade once more, he desperately asks Cain to tell him that he will stop killing people - or that he even can stop.
When Cain refuses, Dean kills him, devastation written all over him. When he meets up with the others, he gives the Blade over to Castiel instead of Crowley, and then collapses into Sam's arms.
Dean goes to a bar in Dean corners her, and she tells him that he is a bad influence on her son - Crowley. Later, he meets up with Crowley and they have drinks and talk about how they have changed, and what family means.
She has managed to find a book called the Book of the Damned that might contain a cure for the Mark of Cain, but is being chased by several men who are able to track the book.
They meet up at an old hunting cabin, and when Charlie hands Dean the book, he becomes entranced by it. Unnerved, he hands it back, saying that he doesn't think it's a good idea for him to touch it.
After some research, Dean discovers that the men who are after Charlie are members of the Styne Family , who have used the Book in the past for evil purposes.
He decides that using the book is a bad idea. He tells Sam and Charlie that the book is calling out to him, telling him to use it, but not for good.
He insists that they destroy it, but Sam argues that it is their only hope to save Dean, and he'll do anything he can to do so. Dean goes to a convenience store to get some snacks, and while there runs into Jacob Styne and another man.
They attack Dean, but not before telling him that the Book does in fact contain a cure for the Mark. Dean escapes after shooting one of them to death, unloading an entire clip to do so.
He goes back to the cabin, giving a few seconds warning to Sam and Charlie. He tells Sam to burn the book, and as the Stynes break into the cabin and attack, he watches as Sam throws a book on the fire that he believes to be the Book of the Damned.
When he goes to look for it, Dean catches up with him, and says he wants to help with the case. Sam agrees, though he doesn't tell him what they are really looking for.
Sam finds the box containing the codex in the basement of a house, but when he tries to open it, he releases a deadly spell that was put there by Cuthbert Sinclair of the Men of Letters.
The spell, which makes people hallucinate and drives them to suicide, makes Dean hallucinate that he is back in Purgatory with Benny. There, Benny tells him that he would be doing Sam and Castiel a favor by killing himself.
Dean knows that this is not the real Benny, and says that although he would do it if he really had to, the Mark won't let him die.
He wakes up from his hallucination in time to save Sam, who was also hallucinating and on the verge of death. After investigating a murder in When Dean is attacked by Eldon Styne and another man, he is able to defeat them and brings Eldon back to the Bunker's dungeon.
While Sam is out of the room, Eldon tells Dean that the Book is protected by magic and cannot be destroyed. When he confronts Sam about this, they get a panicked phone call from Charlie, who has been working on translating the Book of the Damned.
She is trapped in a motel bathroom, and Eldon Styne, who had escaped from the Bunker by ripping his arm off, is attempting to break in.
Dean, realizing the extent of Sam's secret campaign to save him, angrily criticizes him for lying, and getting Castiel and Charlie involved.
They arrive at the motel to find Charlie's body, dead in the bathtub. This causes something inside of Dean to snap. He goes to the Styne estate in Louisiana, where he single-handedly kills at least 15 people.
Then he returns to the Bunker, where three more Stynes are stealing things and ransacking the place. He kills them all, including a teenager who pleaded with Dean not to kill him, trying to explain that he was nothing like the rest of his family.
When Castiel arrives, a confrontation ensues, ending with Dean severely beating Castiel and nearly killing him.
As Dean leaves, covered in blood, he warns Castiel to stay away from him. Dean wakes up on a motel room floor in When he goes back to his motel room, he sees the images of both Rudy and Castiel in the mirror.
He then proceeds to thoroughly trash the motel room. He goes to an abandoned Mexican restaurant where he summons Death , who he asks to kill him.
Death tells him that he can't - the Mark won't let Dean die. Although Death could remove the Mark, he won't, because the Mark acts as a lock which holds back the Darkness , an evil primal force that God himself banished.
However, Death offers Dean an alternative - he will take Dean somewhere where he can't hurt anyone. Dean calls Sam and tells him it's time to say goodbye.
Sam rushes to the restaurant, where he is shocked to see Death. Sam tries to reason with Dean, telling him that he doesn't need to die, but Dean says that it isn't his death that is the way out, it's Sam's.
They fight, and Dean wins. Defeated, Sam finally agrees that Dean must be stopped, and is willing to die in order for that to happen.
Death hands Dean his scythe, and Dean tells Sam to close his eyes. Before Sam does, though, he pulls out a few old photos of Dean and Mary , and Dean and Sam when they were kids.
He tells Dean to let them be his guide when he finally finds his way back - to remember what it was like to to be good, to love, and to be loved.
Sam closes his eyes, and Dean swings, but goes over Sam's head and kills Death instead. He helps Sam up, and as they prepare to leave, a lightning bolt strikes Dean's arm, removing the Mark.
Just as they get outside, multiple lightning bolts hit the ground, and columns of black smoke emerge from the holes in the ground and start moving toward them at a breakneck pace.
Sam and Dean try to drive away but reverse into a pothole. Trapped, they watch as The Darkness engulfs them. She thanks him for setting him free, and tells him that they will not harm each other.
She reveals the Mark of Cain on her collarbone and informs him that they are bound, and they will always help each other.
The next thing Dean knows, he is waking up in a deserted field, where Sam finds him. They head to the nearest town and find that there are dead bodies everywhere, and that there is something that appears to be infecting people, turning them into rabids.
They meet up with Deputy Jenna Nickerson and head to the local hospital, where they find more rabids. They also find a man and his newborn daughter.
Unfortunately, he has been infected, so he turns the baby over to Jenna. While they are in the hospital, the building becomes surrounded by rabids.
In order to get Jenna and the baby out to safety, Sam uses himself as a decoy to draw the rabids away from the others.
Just before Dean, Jenna, and the baby reach the building's exit, they run into the baby's father, who tells them, just before he dies, that the child's name is Amara.
Dean takes Jenna and Amara to Jenna's grandmother's house. He turns the car around and goes back to find Crowley there, posing as a Catholic priest.
Dean and Crowley go outside to talk and return to find that Jenna has killed her grandmother. Dean goes to check on Amara, and realizes that she has the Mark of Cain on her collarbone, in the same spot that the Darkness had it.
Dean begins to suspect that she is the Darkness. When Dean asks Jenna why she killed her grandmother, Crowley says that it's because she does not have a soul - Amara consumed it.
While Dean and Crowley are distracted, Amara mysteriously disappears. Sam and Dean start to look for information about the Darkness in They also track down Rowena , in order to force her to remove the attack dog spell she had placed on Castiel.
Sam also confesses to Dean that he had been infected by a rabid at the hospital, before he was able to find a cure. While investigating what appears to be a ghost case in Through talking to him, Dean realizes that Amara had been in town, and had consumed Len's soul, along with those of several other people.
Even more surprising to Dean is the news that Amara is no longer a baby - she is now a 12 year old girl. Sam and Dean continue to look for her in After Len turns up dead, they figure out that demons are also going after the soulless people.
They find another soulless person, Goldie, who has just been arrested, and set up a devil's trap in her jail cell. When a demon arrives, saying he must clean up the messes that were made by his boss's daughter, he tries to kill Goldie, but is stopped by the devil's trap.
Through interrogating the demon, Dean realizes that Crowley has Amara. Sam is able to pinpoint a location that is likely to be where Crowley and Amara are, and after some debate, they decide to go there to kill her, despite not knowing how strong her powers are, her weaknesses, or if she can be killed.
When they arrive, they are able to enter the building an abandoned asylum with ease, but run into several demons inside and get separated.
Dean finds Amara's room and goes in to find her now a teenager waiting for him. Dean apologizes for what he is about to do, but before he can do anything, Crowley emerges from behind Dean and pins him against the wall.
He makes the decision to kill Dean, but as he says this aloud, Amara hits Crowley over the head with a heavy object, and then uses her powers to force him to drop the knife and pin him to the wall.
She threatens Crowley and demands that Dean be allowed safe passage out. Then she orders him to leave her room. When they are alone, Dean approaches Amara with Ruby's knife , but she scoffs at him.
He can't take his eyes off of her and stares at her in a trancelike state as she reveals that she is God's sister. She tells him that he was the first thing she had seen of God's creation after her release, and that he represents that creation to her.
She says that soon she will be ready to settle a score - the oldest score. Dean can't seem to move, until Sam bursts in, which seems to break the trance.
As Amara throws Sam back into the hall, Dean charges at her, but she hurls him back. He falls to the floor, and watches her leave. He doesn't know if the visions are from God, and he doesn't know what to do about them.
When he wonders aloud if it means that he has to go back there, Dean says no, and that it's not going to happen.
Sam brings it up again in Sam asks what that other way is, but Dean doesn't have an answer. They continue to argue about it in When they ask Crowley, he tells them that there might be a way.
He captures Rowena and they convince her to help them. Sam stays with Rowena while Dean goes to investigate a massacre at a church.
He tells Sam over the phone that he suspects that Amara was behind it. Sam gives Dean updates on the research to find a way to contact Lucifer, and Dean tells Sam not to do anything without him there.
As Dean leaves the church, a strange sensation comes over him, and the sounds around him become muffled. He looks around but doesn't see anything, so he goes to a park.
Sam calls him and he is about to answer, when the sensation happens again. This time, he turns around to find an adult Amara standing behind him.
She touches him on the shoulder, and transports him to a remote wetland. There, she tells him that the things she has been doing has been to get God's attention.
She says that she only has a bad reputation because God was afraid that she would make a better creation than his, and that was why she was exiled.
Dean asks her what she wants, what her plan is. She replies that she was the beginning, and she will be the end.
She will be all that there is. When Dean compares her with God, she says no - he is the Light, and she is the Dark.
Dean then tries to stab her, but the knife's blade shatters instead. She tells Dean that she can't be resisted, and moves forward, her hands cradling his face.
She opens her mouth as if to suck out his soul, and Dean just watches, once again in a trancelike state. After a few seconds, she either changes her mind, or is unable to consume his soul, and kisses him instead.
After the kiss, he pulls back, confused and slightly alarmed. Amara tells him that is the future, that he is the one who set her free, and they are bonded.
Dean protests, saying that it was an accident, but Amara insists that it was destiny. He had the Mark of Cain, and she is the original Mark.
She tells him that they will be together, that they will become one. A horrified Dean tells her that that is not going to happen. Several angels arrive then, and tell Amara that she must surrender to Heaven.
If she resists, every angel will smite her in a single, unified blow. Dean tries to dissuade them, due to the fact that a lot of people would die, but they do not care.
Amara kills the angels, and as the skies darken with the impending wrath of the angels, she transports him back to the park, to safety.
However, when he gets close, he starts to feel ill and is forced to pull over and get out of the car, where he promptly vomits.
Castiel finds him, and after a quick examination informs Dean that he has smiting sickness - he cannot get any closer.
If he does, it will only get worse, and he will die. Castiel insists on going alone, as angels are not susceptible to smiting sickness.
Crowley calls him, and informs him that Sam is in Hell, with Lucifer. He tells Dean to go to a warehouse in Nebraska. Billie lets him inside, and then opens a door to Hell.
There, he meets up with Crowley and Rowena. Dean and Crowley put a witchcatcher around her neck, forcing her to work on the spell to put Lucifer back in the cage.
While discussing this, they start to hear the sounds of Lucifer attacking Sam. Dean bolts for the cage, Castiel right behind him.
When Lucifer sees them, he snaps his fingers, and they are instantly transported into the cage as well. The four of them fight until Rowena finally finishes the spell, and Lucifer vanishes in a burst of bright light.
Soon after, in He is surprised to find Castiel there, going through all the files. Castiel tells Dean he is looking for a spell that can draw Amara out, adding that he had her in his sights and he should have killed her.
He admits to feeling a sort of attraction to her. Castiel promises Dean that they will figure it out. Later, after they finish the case, Dean mentions to Sam that he thinks there was something a little off about Castiel.
Once a person is cursed, they are killed by a creature called a qareen , which takes the shape of a person's deepest desire.
The qareen tells Dean to give in to the love he feels for Amara. She tries to kill him until Sam is finally successful in stabbing its heart. While researching ways to kill Amara in It is a piece of the original Ark of the Covenant, touched by God himself.
They track it through history to a WWII submarine that went down in , and convince Castiel to time travel with Dean to the submarine to retrieve it.
Dean successfully gets on board, but Castiel is unable due to the angel warding on the hull. Dean gets the Hand of God, but right before he gets teleported out and back to , the Hand of God is used by Delphine Seydoux.
When Dean lands back in , he finds out that Castiel has in fact been possessed by Lucifer. When Lucifer takes the Hand of God and realizes that its power has all been used up, he starts to punish them, stopped only by Sam, who uses an angel banishing sigil to blast him away.
Dean vows to hunt Lucifer down and save Cas. They work a few more cases in [[ They find an empty cabin, and Dean leaves Sam with the two hikers while he looks for sticks to make something to carry Sam back on.
When he comes back in, he finds Sam on the floor, all signs indicating that he is dead. The trio find their way to the road, and Dean flags down a Sheriff.
Dean punches the sheriff in an attempt to escape, but is tased and brought to the hospital. There, he becomes desperate and decides to talk to a reaper.
In order to do so, he downs a handful of barbiturates, overdosing. He collapses on the floor and starts to seize.
Dean, in ghost form, watches as the doctors surround his body and attempt to save him. Billie the reaper arrives and refuses to make any deals with him.
However, the doctor is able to bring Dean back to life. Soon after, to his great relief, Dean gets a phone call from Sam.
They then argue about whether Lucifer should be dealt with before or after Amara, as he might be useful in defeating her. Crowley quickly gets tired of their arguing and stands firm that he will not give them the Horn of Joshua until Lucifer is back in the cage.
Outside, they see the sky is full of lighting and swirling dark clouds. They meet up with her in an abandoned church, where they summon Lucifer. When he arrives, they trap him in a ring of holy fire, then use a sigil to bring Castiel out.
Dean tries to tell Castiel something, but before he can, Lucifer comes back. The Holy Fire goes out, and Lucifer is able to get the Horn.
He begins to torture Sam and Dean, until Amara comes in. Amara is unharmed, and she disappears with him. Sam accidentally breathes it in and becomes infected.
Seeing this, Dean refuses to go on without him, and willingly takes a deep breath of the fog as well. He reaches inside and pulls out the samulet.
Going outside, they see everyone who had died in the street walking around, bewildered and confused, but perfectly fine. They make their way down the street, unsure of what to expect.
Then, they see him. They stop, stunned. Chuck turns around and comes over, saying that they should probably talk. Chuck snaps his fingers and transports them all back to the bunker.
Dean and Sam watch, flabbergasted, as it finally becomes clear. Diocese of Winchester. Winchester Cathedral Wolvesey Old Alresford Place Winchester House, Chelsea Winchester Palace Wolvesey Castle Farnham Castle.
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