Two years after the end of the extremely popular and successful CW show Supernatural, the network is now returning with a new spinoff centered on the Winchester Family, who hunt demons and monsters for a living. The Winchesters look at Sam and Dean Winchester’s parents, John and Mary Winchester, before Season 1 of Supernatural. The Winchesters is a love story that traverses fans back to the time when Dean was looking for his father (John Winchester) and uttered the famous line, “Dad’s on a hunting trip, and he hasn’t been home in a few days.”
Prior to Sam and Dean, there were their parents, John and Mary. The Winchesters, told from the viewpoint of narrator Dean Winchester (Ackles), is the awe-inspiring, untold love story of how John Winchester (Rodger) got to know Mary Campbell (Donnelly) and risked everything to protect not only their love but the world at large. When John gets back home from fighting in Vietnam, a strange encounter ignites a new mission to uncover his father’s past.
There will be 13 episodes of The Winchesters. The Winchesters will air one episode per week, just like any other CW show. The show will highlight slapstick comedic moments set in the post-World War II 1970s, as well as new creatures and demons from the dark past. With Dean embarking on a new adventure to explore the past, we can see some past-future parallels in the show where the family may reunite, holding fans hopeful for Sam’s reappearance.
Everything you need to know about The Winchesters Episode 4 is right here, including the release date, time, and Streaming sites.
The Winchesters: What Is The Plot
During his travels, he meets Mary, a 19-year-old demon hunter who is also looking for answers following the mysterious disappearance of her father. Together, the two team up with young hunter-in-training Latika (Khurshid) and amiable hunter Carlos (Fleites) to uncover the dark secrets of their respective families. Their investigation leads them to a rare book emporium, the owner of which, Ada (McKinney), is interested in the spirit world and may have the missing parts to their mystery.
Drake Rodger plays John Winchester, Meg Donnelly plays Mary Campbell, Nida Khurshid plays Latika, Jonathan “Jojo” Fleites plays Carlos, Demetria McKinney plays Ada, and Bianca Kajlich plays John’s mother, Millie. Jensen Ackles, who plays Dean Winchester on Supernatural, returns to narrate the spinoff.
When the descriptions of a veteran’s death don’t add up, Carlos (Fleites) summons everyone to conduct an investigation, and he shares a piece of relevant information about his past that causes John (Rodger) to reconsider him. Latika tries to help Mary recover and find peace with someone she lost, while Mary (Donnelly) finds an unusual ally who has been strong on this monster.
You’re Lost Little Girl: A Recap To The Winchester Episode 3
The third episode of The Winchesters begins with a young girl named Carrie trying to call her mother for assistance in finding her toy, Bernice. Her mother informs her that she will be back at the house the next day and will assist her in looking for Bernice after work. The girl hears a noise and discovers a bag containing the toy from within her room. She carries the toy out of the bag and goes to bed, but soon after, a monster appears from the bag, and Carrie awakens screaming.
The episode then continues with Dean’s narrative voice about how hunters are not born but rather become who they are by embracing their instincts. Mary hangs up the phone with her mother’s friend in Lata’s library. Both Lata and Mary mention how she is currently on a hunt and is likely unaware that Samuel is missing. Mary gives up on finding Samuel, but John and Lata encourage her to keep looking for him. Lata implies that John and Mary have been continuing to work for days and invites them to see a film. John agrees, but Mary doesn’t realize Lata is trying to suggest a date for John and Mary.
A moment later, Carlos arrives and informs Mary that cops have surrounded her neighbor’s home. Mary and John leave to look into the situation at her residence. Mary and John arrive at her house, where Carrie, Mary’s eight-year-old neighbor, has mysteriously disappeared. She was home alone with Carrie’s brother, Ford. Betty, the police officer assigned to the case, is a friend of John’s, and he introduces her to Mary. Betty reports Carrie’s disappearance to Mary, and the hunter excuses herself to converse with Ford. Betty mentions calling John after he comes back from war, implying that they have a past connection.
Ford informs Mary that he witnessed a creature grab Carrie and drag her into the sack before the two vanish. Mary and John search Carrie’s room for clues, and Mary is clearly irritated by John’s friendship with Betty. When John and Mary discuss their childhood dreams, Mary claims that she was never given the opportunity to aspire to anything other than being a hunter. He tries to convince her that she can consider changing and becoming whoever she wants. John implies that once Mary manages to find Samuel, she will no longer be a hunter and will be able to move on to a better life. Mary discovers a piece of the sack with a word written in Devanagari’s script. The episode displays a monster in a room full of children’s plushies.
The next day, Mary is monster-proofing Ford and Carrie’s home. Ford expresses a desire to assist in the search for Carrie, but John and Mary advise him to return home and be safe. Ford is resolute, and John and Mary try to calm him down by revealing that they are demon hunters and know how to handle the problem better.
When the demon decides to target Carlos and Ada, they are on a recon mission. Ada pushes the monster into the back of the van while Carlos attacks him with his patent holy water gun. Because Ada set up a devil’s trap in the van, the demon is unable to leave. They take the demon away while John and Mary visit Lata in search of information about the monster.
She asserts that the monster is from North India – “Bori Baba” translates to “Sack Man,” which is similar to the boogieman. Lata explains that the monster uses a sack to lure people into giving up their most valuable possession. Mary is perplexed as to why the monsters they are confronting are from all over the entire globe.
Lata claims she knows little about the creature other than what her family has told her and has absolutely no idea how to destroy it. When Mary informs him that Lata’s parents are no longer alive, John intends she will ask her parents about it. She is still hoping to approach her relatives back home and assist the duo. Ford answers the door and discovers the sack containing Carrie’s hair clip. The monster quickly captures Ford, and Mary and John are surprised to return home to an empty house. Mary begins looking for leads as the two hunters become concerned.
Betty is standing at the door, and John does everything he can to keep the cop from checking on Ford, who was left unattended and by himself at home by his mother amidst Carrie’s abduction. Mary discovers another part of the sack at the back entrance and learns that the monster has also taken Ford. Betty faces John about their split, mentioning how they parted ways with a promise to keep in touch. He tells Betty about how he found out his father had passed away and how he was having difficulty processing it. Betty tells him she is there for him and is only a call away.
When John returns to Ford’s house, he notices Mary is not there. Mary contacts him via Carrie and Ford’s mobile radio to inform him of Ford’s kidnapping. She is in a hurry and says she will enter Bori Baba’s sack and rescue the two siblings. John is opposed to Mary’s plan and claims he has no idea how to get her and the kids out of the sack, but Mary is resolute that John and Lata will find a way.
Mary recalls her father’s hat being stolen and summons the monster who abducts her. She then awakens in a room filled with toys and misplaced items. She put on her father’s hat and went in search of Ford and Carrie. Ada and Carlos are interrogating the demon by holding him hostage, and he mocks her for attempting to become a witch.
Ada threatens to trap the demon inside a bonsai tree in order to force him to reveal the location of the rune box. The demon falls for Ada’s ruse and claims that Akrida requested him and his companion (the demon who controlled Ada) to look for the box. He claims that the individual who asked them to do so was a demon concealing inside a human woman. Instead of exorcising and releasing the demon, Ada performs her ritual and tricks him into the bonsai plant.
Mary attempts to contact one last relative after John and Lata argue about letting her go inside the monster’s trap. Mary finds the two kids inside the monster’s house and temporarily slows him down by axing his arms and legs. When she drags Ford and Carrie into hiding, the monster begins to recover and rise again. Lata receives the assistance she requires from her family, but it turns out that her mother is still alive. She informs John that the Bori Baba is only defenseless outside his sack and that if he is summoned, the sack and just about everything inside it will be destroyed.
Before summoning the monster, Lata asserts that they must first free Mary and the children. She adds that in order for the captives to be free, they must willingly and voluntarily give up the items they are clutching. This information is communicated to Mary by John via a cellphone radio signal. The kids are committed to returning home and don’t need much convincing to give up their respective prized possessions. Mary, on the other hand, attempts to burn her father’s hat, but it does not burn. When the monster attacks her, John tells her that she must willingly give up the thing she loves the most.
She begins to wonder how she can get rid of her father’s hat, and John suggests that perhaps she ought to give up hunting. She is displeased because hunting is everything she knows, but John’s words convince her, and she is ultimately able to burn the hat.
The creature catches up with her, but Mary is able to burn the hat and return to the actual world in time. The monster, too, manages to escape his world and enters the real world. John is able to kill it by slitting its neck because he is weak in the real world. Carrie and Ford are reunited with their mother, and Betty thanks John for his assistance with the investigation.
She returns the ring John gave her previously and leaves him with a promise to stay in contact. Mary and John begin talking, and she declares that she plans to take her life as a hunter gradually. She goes to the movies and meets up with a movie buddy to watch the film with. When Ada and Carlos arrive, John and Lata are talking in the library.
They inform John and Lata that the Akrida is a demon disguised as a human woman who summons rare and feisty monsters. An epilogue reveals that Akrida is a late-night radio talk show host named Rocking Roxy.
The Winchesters Episode 4: Release Date
The Winchesters’ next episode will air on November 1st, 2022. The Winchesters will be released once a week on Tuesdays, with each episode lasting about an hour. The next episode will follow John as he attempts to fight a monster who is a World War II veteran. Given how awhile back John returned from fighting in the Vietnam War, the new hunter could be reintroduced to some demons from his past that is tormenting him. We could also discover more about his friend, who died and for whom John feels a great deal of guilt.
The show will air at 8:00 p.m. ET. The release time will differ from country to country due to the various global time zones. We’ve listed a few below:
|Pacific Time (PST)||1500 hours on November 1, 2022|
|Indian Standard Time (IST)||0500 hours on November 2, 2022|
|Japanese Standard Time (JST)||0900 hours on November 2, 2022|
|Central Time (CST)||1900 hours on November 1, 2022|
|European Time (CEDT)||0100 hours on November 2, 2022|
|Philippine Time (PST)||0800 hours on November 2, 2022|
|British Summer Time (BST)||0100 hours on November 2, 2022|
The Winchesters Episode 4: Where To Watch
The Winchesters will be broadcast on the CW Network in the United States. Fans can also watch the series online through a variety of live TV streaming services, such as Fubo TV, Hulu With Live TV, YouTube TV, and AT&T TV. The Winchesters’ weekly episodes will air every Tuesday.