Just when you thought things couldn’t get anymore Supernatural for Mystery Inc., it’s been announced that the Winchesters will be working with Scooby-Doo. The crossover will take place next season on Supernatural, as it’s 12th season is just wrapping up.
Scooby-Doo and the Gang are well known for having particularly unique crossovers and guest appearances throughout there many different runs, from the Harlem Globetrotters to WWE superstars, but this will be their first run in with Sam and Dean.
While Supernatural does have some dark themes and plots when dealing with ghosts and demons, their brand of comedy will fit perfectly with Scooby-Doo and the Gang. Their crossover won’t even be the first time the duo have become animated in the show’s history either.
In Season 5 of Supernatural, the Winchester brothers were transported to the world of TV shows by the trickster god Loki (Gabriel), becoming animated in the process. Since then they’ve gone deeper down the rabbit hole of strange adventures, from realizing they were living in someone’s fan fiction to an episode told entirely from the point of view of their car.
Needless to say, despite the gritty natural of the show, it’s has just as many goofy elements to merit this collaboration. There are no specific details on what exactly the crossover will focus on, but it should be interesting since the vast majority of Scooby-Doo villains turn out to be fake monsters – though the movies contain a lot of “real” encounters with the supernatural.
Either way, the more Scooby-Doo I have in my life the better, especially if it helps freshen up Supernatural after so many seasons. For more information, be sure to stay tuned to the site for updates on everything Supernatural and share your comments below on the show as well as all of your other Nerdy News!
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