Best Supernatural Series to watch in 2022
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Best Supernatural Series to watch in 2022

Supernatural, Lucifer, Stranger Things, and the list goes on

Best Supernatural Series to watch in 2022

Why settle for the normal when you can witness the paranormal? If you're looking for the best supernatural television shows to watch on Netflix, Amazon Prime or Hotstar but need a little more direction than the grid provides, we are here to assist. let us suggest the best new-age supernatural series which would make for an outstanding and quick weekend binge-watch session with lots of
popcorn and drink handy.

Supernatural- Amazon Prime

If you haven't seen Supernatural, the long-running WB-turned-CW drama about Sam and Dean Winchester (Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles), two brothers who travel America in their 1967 Chevy Impala hunting monsters, demons, and pretty much anything else that threatens humanity, you're in for a wild ride. The series, which features expansive mythology that includes heaven, hell, and everything in between, has taken its simple premise — saving people and hunting things — and added a great sense of humour, a classic rock soundtrack, and a willingness to take risks, resulting in a globally beloved drama that was, at times, one of the most creative series on TV. Although it has horror roots, that aspect fades after a while, and the series becomes the story of two brothers who would do anything for each other, including selling their souls to save the other. This unique roller coaster horror ride is available on amazon prime.

Stranger Things- Netflix

Stranger Things, Netflix's top-rated series, begins in 1983 with the disappearance of Will (Noah Schnapp), a young boy from Hawkins, Indiana, after a nearby lab opens a portal to another dimension known as the Upside Down, allowing monsters into our universe. When it first aired, bursts of comedy and horror combined with viewers' collective nostalgia made the series a pop culture phenomenon. Three seasons later, the stakes are higher than ever as the monsters from the Upside Down grow in size and the threats they pose become direr, but one thing remains constant: the show is still must-see television. The long-awaited fourth season is coming in 2022.

Black Spot- Netflix

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Black Spot, a suspenseful and atmospheric thriller, is known in France as Zone Blanche, which refers to the fact that the small, isolated town at the centre of the series is a cellular dead zone. The drama, which combines mythological elements with the fraught tension of crime dramas, begins with a prosecutor arriving in town to investigate why the murder rate is high. He soon discovers that the forest surrounding the area is full of dark and inexplicable secrets. As series progresses, the head of the local police digs into both her past and the area's history.

American Horror Story- Disney+Hotstar

Each season of American Horror Story, or AHS, is a stand-alone mini-series, which means you can start with any of the nine seasons available on Disney+ Hotstar and have a fantastic horror binge. True accounts of cults, the apocalypse, haunted mansions, witches, and lost colonies, among other things, inspired the narratives of the seasons.
Warning: This is not a show for the faint of heart.

Teen Wolf- Netflix

There are a plethora of supernatural teen dramas that explore forbidden romantic relationships between humans and vampires or werewolves. This genre has been done to death, but not quite as convincingly as Teen Wolf. A single wolf bite transforms Scott (played by Tyler Posey) from nobody to the most popular guy in high school. However, fame comes with a cost: war between werewolves and their hunters.

Lucifer- Netflix

Lucifer is based on The Sandman comics and was saved by Netflix after Fox cancelled it. The show stars Tom Ellis as Lucifer Morningstar, also known as the Devil, who has left Hell for the bright lights of Los Angeles, where he owns a nightclub and works as a consultant for the LAPD as one would expect. The series, which recently ended after six devilishly entertaining seasons, deftly blends supernatural horror with elements of police procedural. While it takes itself and its characters seriously, it also knows how to have fun. In that way, it's similar to Supernatural (which is also on this list).

True Blood- Disney+Hotstar

What happens when a telepathic waitress crosses paths with a vampire who also happens to be a Southern gentleman? True Blood discovers the truth. The show is based on Charlaine Harris' novel series "The Southern Vampire Mysteries" and is set in a world where vampires and humans coexist thanks to a groundbreaking invention.

Merlin- Netflix

Away from gore, horror, and scary creatures, Merlin is a brilliant a retelling of how Merlin, from King Arthur legend, arrives at Camelot to hone his magic skills with the assistance of his uncle. The show has received mixed reviews over the years, but we'd choose it over the recently released Cursed.

The Magicians- NETFLIX

Wave your magic wand (remote control) and make The Magicians appear out of thin air for a show about young adults with special abilities who attend an actual academy to hone their skills. The Syfy series, based on the book series dubbed "Harry Potter for Adults" by some and adapted for television by You's Sera Gamble, is set in a world where magic is real and those with a talent for it are invited to attend the mystical college Brakebills University for Magical Pedagogy. These students become involved in some very dark, apocalyptic arts, which is featured in the series features one of the most astonishing deaths in television in the last several years.