Supernatural Day for the year 2023 is celebrated/observed on Wednesday, September 13th. There are until the next observance.
Every year on September 13, “Supernatural” Day is honored. Steve Adler, Mayor of Austin, Texas, established this holiday in 2018. It is a unique festival to honor the television program “Supernatural,” its incredible fans, cast, and crew. “Supernatural” Day brings fans together to celebrate the show’s anniversary. Fans of “Supernatural” are encouraged to share their favorite moments from the show and show how much they love it through fanworks, cosplay, and tattoos.
📆 When is Supernatural Day?
This year, Supernatural Day is on September 13th. It is the 2nd Wednesday in September; in 2024, it is on Friday.
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📜 History of Supernatural Day
The inaugural “Supernatural” fan conference was held in Nashville, Tennessee, in October 2006, and the second was held in London in May 2007. Since then, conferences have spread throughout Germany and the United States. Fans from the United States, Europe, China, and Australia have met the series’ stars and enormous guest cast.
Fans sought to advertise the program on Twitter before the premiere of the fifth season, in which Lucifer is finally released from his incarceration. Many followers used the hashtag “#LuciferIsComing,” which quickly became a hot topic. However, Twitter users who were ignorant of the fans’ intentions replied with a slew of “# GodIsHere” tweets, and the subject was removed from Twitter’s trending topics following complaints. Misha Collins, who plays Castiel in the series, attempted to continue the campaign by asking fans to tweet “#PDiddyIsScaredOfHisTV,” rapper P. Diddy’s hashtag. Many fans feel that Diddy was the cause of the first outrage. However, Twitter halted this attempt to trend the issue after one hour.
Mayor Steve Adler of Austin, Texas, announced June 23, 2018, as “Supernatural Day” in recognition of the series’ Season 14 renewal. Ackles and Padalecki, the show’s stars, both live in Austin, Texas.
☑️ Supernatural Day facts
✅ Supernatural was to be called “Unnatural”
When the show’s premise was initially suggested, it was to be called “Unnatural,” but the production team eventually altered it to “Supernatural.”
✅ Ruby was written for Kristen Bell
Kripke had wanted to cast Kristen Bell as “Ruby,” one of the show’s most famous demons, but Bell declined.
✅ “Supernatural” has an anime adaptation
Based on the plot from the television program, a Japanese animation show named “Supernatural” was developed in 2011.
✨ Things to do on Supernatural Day
⚡ Start a “Supernatural” T.V. Marathon
One of the greatest ways to commemorate “Supernatural” Day is to gather a bunch of your closest friends and go on a marathon through the 12 seasons. Remember to keep a jar of salt nearby to spice up the enjoyment.
⚡ Get yourself some Supernatural related merchandise
There are a lot of “supernatural” goods available for purchase. Some are legitimate items, while others are the work of the amazing Supernatural fans. To commemorate the occasion, you can purchase a “Supernatural” keepsake.
⚡ Host a “Supernatural” theme party
Invite your pals over for a “Supernatural” theme party where you can discuss everything Supernatural. You may make it a costume party to add to the fun.
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