The concluding episode of Supernatural has formally finished filming, which signifies the ultimate destiny of Sam and Dean Winchester is currently set in stone.
The climactic 15 seasons of this dream drama went on hiatus before this season when filming was disrupted by the coronavirus pandemic.
Luckily, the crew and cast could return to the place in September, together with Ackles and Padalecki posting heartfelt messages for their Instagram account as filming started on the finished episode.
Over the last day of filming, they returned using another round of articles who are certain to produce Supernatural fans psychological, reflecting on the unbelievable journey they have taken jointly since joining the series.
But, these forthcoming chapters may not be the complete end of Supernatural, since there are already hints of a resurrection streaming series sometime within the next ten years.
For today though, both prospects are taking on new challenges, together with Padalecki fronting a reboot of Walker, Texas Ranger, and Ackles joining the cast of The Boys period.
Here’s what we know up to Now about Supernatural’s season finale:
When Supernatural season 15 Display on TV?
Supernatural season 15 will start broadcasting its last episodes on Thursday 8th October in the united states, culminating in the series finale on 19th November.
The last season is composed of 20 episodes which bring the story of this Winchesters, played by Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles, to a climactic end.
Thus far, 13 of these episodes have aired, but production on the remaining seven instalments was slowed from the temporary shutdown of this group, visual effects, and audio divisions in March.
This prompted the series to go on an elongated hiatus, but there is light at the end of the tube as fire managed to restart in Vancouver on 18th August (through Deadline).
Padalecki and Ackles have to quarantine for 14 days on arrival from town, as teased in a recent article to the favourite SPN Tape Ball accounts on Instagram.
Shooting on the previous episode of Supernatural has become wrapped, ready for the series to make its triumphant return, but saying goodbye has never been simple.
“Thank y’all SO MUCH for the unbelievable amount of support and love that has been led our way, in those last hours. It has always been sensed,” explained Padalecki within an Instagram post.
#ThankyouSupernatural is trending today.
— Hollywood North Buzz – YVRShoots (@yvrshoots) September 10, 2020
Ackles added: “To those, I’ve worked on this trip and to people who have supported and watched… you won’t ever know my great admiration for you.”
Before the last chapter starts, The CW will air a special retrospective titled Supernatural: The Long Road Home, observing the show’s history.