Production companies: Red & Black Films, Seymour Films
Distributor: IFC Midnight
Cast: Katee Sackhoff, Lucy Boynton, Nick Moran, Richard Moylan, Pooneh Hajimohammadi, Javier Botet
Director: Caradog James
Screenwriters: Mark Huckerby, Nick Ostler
Producers: John Wiwa-Amu, Claire Moorsom
Executive producers: Jamie Carmichael, Alan Martin, Robert Norris, Adam Partridge
Director of photography: Adam Frisch
Production designer: Richard Campling
Editor: Matt Platts-Mills
Composers: James Edward Barker, Steve Moore
Casting: Lindsey Hayes Kroeger, Manuel Puro
Although they think Amara seems impossible to destroy, God tells Sam, Dean, Cass, Crowley and Rowena that she does have one weakness: Light with the power of 10,000 suns. So they collect souls to build a bomb. And Dean is the one to bear it. After talking with Amara, whom starts to feel bad about attacking and nearly killing her brother Chuck, Dean convinces her to forgive him. So she summons him to a garden area and the two reconcile and decide to go off together for a while. However, Amara leaves Dean with a thank you gift and he finds his mother alive and resurrected. However the the bunker awaits a British woman who banishes Cass with a banishing sigil and shoots Sam, leaving his fate unknown.
Prepare for potential cannibalism. In some of the script excerpts released in anticipation of the season, a character finds a crumpet filled with severed pinkies. Whoever finds this disgusting pastry is understandably horrified, so we doubt they wind up chowing down on it, but it does raise the question of how much cannibalism we might see this season. Was this a one time thing, like Arya and her Frey pies on Game of Thrones ? Or does Ally and Ivy's restaurant, The Butchery on Main, serve up more than what some guests bargained for?