As the old saying goes: All good things must end. Unfortunately, that holds true even for The CW’s long-running horror series Supernatural.
And that end, as reported by Deadline, will begin Oct. 8 when the last seven episodes of the enormously popular series begin their farewell run on The CW–an event presaged by the teaser trailer seen below.
At the conclusion of this 15th and last season of Supernatural, the show created by Eric Kripke will have run for a staggering 327 episodes, making it the longest-running American live-action fantasy series of all time.
And, as reported here in Horror News Network, The CW will pay tribute to the show with a special hour-long retrospective–Supernatural: The Long Way Home–that will air immediately before the series finale Nov. 19.
As all fans know, Supernatural has followed the Winchester brothers Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) and the angel Castiel (Misha Collins) as they struggle against demons, ghosts and monsters. And now, at the end, they will face an unimaginable threat: from God Himself.
The production on this final season, as reported, resumed earlier this month in Vancouver following a delay in March–an interruption forced (of course) by the COVID-19 pandemic. At that time, the cast and crew still had three episodes to film, with four episodes needing post-production touch-ups.
So, as always, keep reading Horror News Network for any further updates on the final season of Supernatural on The CW.