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The CW has handed early renewals to ten series for the 2019-2020 season. They include second seasons of the CW’s freshman hits Charmed and Legacies, as well as new seasons of Arrow (Season 8), Black Lightning (Season 3), DC’S Legends of Tomorrow (Season 5), Dynasty (Season 3), The Flash (Season 6), Riverdale (Season 4), Supergirl (Season 5), and Supernatural (Season 15).
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Misha Collins @mishacollins 30 minutes ago, 31 Jan 2019
Season 15 is official. Time for hip replacements. #Supernatural

Misha's video!
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Supernatural @cw_spn 57 minutes ago
As long as there’s evil in the world, the Winchesters will fight on. #Supernatural has been renewed for another season!
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CW Boss On ‘Supernatural’ Going 15 Seasons Strong & Potential Spinoff from Deadline!

Today, the CW gave a thumbs up for Supernatural‘s 15th season, and as the series closes in on its 300th episode on February 7, it may just be the longest-running hourlong series on an outlier network.

Said the CW president Mark Pedowitz at TCA about the network’s continued commitment to the series: “As long as the ratings hold up and the guys (stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles) want to do it, it’s really that simple. They have created something about these two brothers that actually transcends.”

Created by Eric Kripke, Supernatural centers on two brothers who follow their father’s footsteps as “hunters,” fighting evil supernatural beings of many kinds including monsters, demons and gods that roam the Earth.

A key reason why Supernatural has remained on the air is that it’s a great launchpad for frosh CW shows.

“The show has been the lead-in or lead-out to all the successful shows on the network,” said Pedowitz about Supernatural‘s Thursday night slot. “It has one of the most balanced audiences.”

The CW tried to crack a Supernatural spinoff, specifically Wayward Sisters, which was to center on the star of the original series, Kim Rhodes. in a story about Sheriff Jody Mills and a group of troubled young women, all orphaned by supernatural tragedy who, under Mills’ training, become a monster-fighting force.

At the May 2018 upfronts, Pedowitz said the spinoff was a no-go, but was always welcome to pitches from the Supernatural EPs about the expansion of the franchise.

At summer TCA, Pedowitz said Supernatural is such a great franchise, he believed “there may not be a franchise beyond that.”

Deadline asked Pedowitz again today whether there was any shot of a Supernatural spinoff given that it’s going 15 seasons strong.

“I’ll say it again, if there was a spinoff to be had, I’d love to have it,” he said. “That said, I’ve come to somewhat of a conclusion that the show is the two brothers.”

Speaking to the future of Supernatural, Pedowitz said, “If I can find a way, that (the show) stays the whole time on, and still holds up and the studio can figure out how to do it, we’re all in.”

Exclaimed Pedowitz about Supernatural‘s success, “I’m just happy I’m alive.”
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KSiteTV @KSiteTV Jan 31
"I have not decided on 16 yet," Pedowitz jokes about #Supernatural Season 16. #TCA19
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Supernatural boss promises surprising twist for Sam and Dean heading into season 15 from Digitalspy

"Bad things are coming, as they always are, for the Winchesters."
By Jess Lee 11/02/2019

If seeing John Winchester again wasn't enough for Supernatural fans, there's going to be a new twist in store for brothers Sam and Dean.

Showrunner Andrew Dabb discussed with IGN what to expect from the rest of the 14th season, and he shared that, although "bad things are coming" (as you would expect), our heroes will continue to grow as characters.

It's just as well that we're definitely getting a season 15!

"I will say, true to Supernatural form, season 14 does not end on an 'everybody is super happy and hugging' note, necessarily," Dabb said. "Bad things are coming, as they always are, for the Winchesters.

"But I do think that, moving into 15... I think that people will be surprised and will be happy in terms of where we're going, not only in terms of the plotline, but also in terms of our guys and their ongoing growth as people."

Dabb also teased that another familiar face will be returning later in season 14.

"In terms of going forward, in episode 20, I will say that we get visited by an old favourite," he said.

Last month, Supernatural was confirmed to be renewed by The CW alongside the likes of Supergirl, Arrow, Riverdale, and The Flash.
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Season 15 spoilers from TVLine!

In Supernatural Episode 14×08 (“Byzantium”), Castiel made a deal with the Empty to save Jack. Are we going to see how this is affecting Cas emotionally, and are Sam and Dean going to find out about it eventually? — Mel
“The good news about being renewed early [for Season 15] is it allows us to try to space some of that stuff out. So I don’t know that we will be dealing with it this year,” co-showrunner Andrew Dabb reveals. “However, it is something that will need to be dealt with, and chances are Cas will not have a choice about when that happens.” Dabb says that Dean and Sam “may find out about [the deal] this year,” and their reaction will likely be similar to when one of them has made a like-minded sacrifice: “‘What the hell are you doing? But I kind of get.’ For our guys, the deal’s done, it’s in the past. It’s how do you deal with the consequences of it, and that’s going to weigh on everyone’s mind very strongly.”
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Season 15 will be THE LAST season!

Jared Padalecki @jarpad 30 minutes ago
Hey #SPNFamily here’s a little message from @JensenAckles @mishacollins and me. I’m so grateful for the family that’s been built because of the show. Excuse me while i go cry.

Jensen Ackles @JensenAckles 31 minutes ago
Well, it’s official. One more round for the Winchester brothers. Though nothing ever really ends in Supernatural...does it? ? https://www.instagram.com/p/BvUuPGpgD7T

Misha Collins @mishacollins 9 minutes ago
It’s been a hell of a run, and we couldn’t be more grateful for all of it. No matter what, we’ll always all be #SPNFamily.

Jared's, Jensen's and Misha's announcement video

Jensen Ackles @JensenAckles 35 minutes ago
The rest of the vid. #spnfamily for life. Video!
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'Supernatural' to End With Season 15 on The CW
MARCH 22, 2019 1:39pm PT by Lesley Goldberg

Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins announced that the genre drama will wrap alongside 'Arrow' in the 2019-2020 broadcast season.
It's truly the end of an era at The CW.

The network's longest-running scripted original, Supernatural, is ending with its previously announced 15th season. Stars Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins made the announcement Friday on social media. Season 15 will consist of 20 episodes — on par with its current tally.

“Firstly, we would like to thank all the people who have been involved with the show both in front of and behind the camera. For us it has been an experience of a lifetime. The support we have had from both Warner Bros Television and The CW has been incredible. We'd like to give special thanks to Jensen, Jared and Misha for making this journey so special. It is now most important to us to give these characters that we love the send off they deserve,” exec producers Robert Singer and Andrew Dabb said in a joint statement.

"Well, it’s official. One more round for the Winchester brothers. Though nothing ever really ends in Supernatural...does it?" Ackles wrote alongside a video of the show's three stars announcing the news Friday.

Supernatural currently ranks as the longest-running sci-fi/genre series in the history of American broadcast television. The drama, created by Eric Kripke and produced by Warner Bros. TV, started on the former WB Network and carried over when the younger-focused broadcaster became a joint venture between WBTV and CBS TV Studios to form The CW. It will have aired 327 episodes when it concludes sometime next season. It is the lone show from The WB Network era to remain alive.
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‘Supernatural’ to End After Season 15 on The CW from Variety!
By JOE OTTERSON

“Supernatural” is ending after 15 seasons.

Series stars Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, and Misha Collins made the announcement in a video posted on Instagram on Friday. “We just told the crew that even though we’re very excited to be moving into our 15th season, it will be our last,” Ackles said. “15 years of a show that has certainly changed my life, I know it’s changed these two guys’ lives, and we just wanted you to here from us that though we’re excited about next year, it will be the finale.”

“We’ve cried some tears and we’ll cry some more, but we’re grateful and we’re going to work all that emotion into next season,” added Padalecki. Watch the announcement in full below.

The final season will consist of 20 episodes. “Supernatural” has been a cornerstone of The CW throughout its run and remains one of the most popular shows on the network. It was renewed for its 15th season back in January along with 10 other CW shows, including “Charmed” and “Riverdale.”

At the time of its series finale, the series will have aired over 320 episodes. It began airing when The CW was still The WB Network and is the lone WB series to still be on the air. “Supernatural” was created by Eric Kripke and is executive produced by Robert Singer, Andrew Dabb, Phil Sgriccia, Jeremy Carver, Eugenie Ross-Leming, and Brad Buckner. Warner Bros. Television produces in association with Wonderland Sound and Vision.

This is the latest popular CW series to set its final season. “Crazy Ex-Girlfriend” is set to end after its current season, which will end in April, while “Jane the Virgin” is set to end after its fifth season, which debuts on March 27. Most recently, The CW also announced that DC Comics show “Arrow” would end after its upcoming eighth season.
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Supernatural to end with season 15: Watch the stars' video message to fans from EW!
SAMANTHA HIGHFILL March 22, 2019 at 04:48 PM EDT

It’s almost the end of the road for Sam and Dean.

The CW has announced that Supernatural’s 15th season will be its last.

Supernatural, which premiered in 2005, tells the story of Sam and Dean Winchester, two brothers who lost their mother when they were young and whose father raised them to go into the family business. That business? Saving people and hunting things. For years, Supernatural fans have watched Sam and Dean battle everything from the white woman that started it all to Death himself. Along the way, the series gained a loyal following that helped it to become the longest-running sci-fi/genre series in the history of American broadcast television.

Executive producers Robert Singer and Andrew Dabb released the following statement about the show ending: “Firstly, we would like to thank all the people who have been involved with the show both in front of and behind the camera. For us it has been an experience of a lifetime. The support we have had from both Warner Bros Television and The CW has been incredible. We’d like to give special thanks to Jensen, Jared and Misha for making this journey so special. It is now most important to us to give these characters that we love the send off they deserve.”

Additionally, stars Jared Padalecki, Misha Collins and Jensen Ackles came together to make the announcement in a video that they shared on social media.

“We have some big news that we wanted y’all to hear from us,” Padalecki starts things off with Ackles delivering the kicker: “We just told the crew that though we’re very, very excited about moving into our 15th season, it will be our last…We wanted you to hear from us that though we’re excited about net year, it will be the finale, the big grand finale of an institution.”

Collins chimed in to say that “This family is not going anywhere even though this show ill come to an end.”

And finally, Ackles shared some words from show creator Eric Kripke, saying, “In a show about family, it is amazing and it is the pride of his life that it became family, so thank you guys.”
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Sterling K Brown @SterlingKBrown 48 minutes ago
‘Supernatural’ To End After Season 15 On The CW https://deadline.com/2019/03/supernatural-to-end-after-season-15-on-the-cw-1202581010/ … via @deadline One of my most favorite experiences in front of the camera, was getting to kick it with The Winchesters many moons ago. @jarpad @JensenAckles you will be missed! ❤️✌?✊?
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But Ackles can one-up that feeling with a dream he had. “I can see it right now,” Ackles says. “It’s just one scene. Think: Middle America, Big Sky country. It’s just wheat fields as far as the eye can see, and there’s an intersection, a crossroads, oddly enough. I drive up in the Impala, and I park in the middle of the intersection. There’s nobody for miles. I get out of the car and I look in the distance — and it’s like Lawrence of Arabia when Omar Sharif was running up with the camelthis link opens in a new tab — I just see this thing coming in the distance, and it gets closer and closer and closer and closer. It’s a guy on a motorbike. And we never really see his face. He’s got a helmet on. But he walks up and I give him a nod, and I take a walk around the Impala very slowly and I walk back over to him and I hand the keys to him. And he takes off his helmet — we don’t see who it is — he hands the helmet to me and hands me the keys to the bike. From his back, he gets in the car and I watch the Impala drive off. And then I turn and I look at the bike that’s got one seat. And I put the helmet on, start the bike, [give] one last look to the Impala, it’s now gone, and I take off. Because I don’t need the extra seat anymore. And I even have the soundtrack in my head. There were no words spoken. I had this swelling score. It was like some Robert Zemeckis film.”
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Eric Kripke @therealKripke 12 minutes ago
#SPNFamily please remember: shows end. But family is forever. That never changes & that's what you've created here. All my love & thanks to the cast & crew & most of all you, the family. #spn @cw_spn
@jarpad @JensenAckles @mishacollins @andrewdabb @serathegamble @ben_edlund
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Jim Michaels @TheJimMichaels 2 minutes ago
It is going to be a sad day next season for me when I know none of these people will be sitting in these chairs later in the day— @cw_spn @jarpad @JensenAckles @mishacollins #SPNFamily #Supernatural
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Supernatural Ending with Season 15 - Announcement

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Fangasm @FangasmSPN 12 hours ago
.@JensenAckles @jarpad : we are both going to be more involved than ever in giving input for next season. We'll be part of the story boarding.
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Supernatural Stars Explain Final-Season Decision: 'Nobody Wanted to See This Show Fizzle Out' from TVLine!
By Vlada Gelman

“This was a community decision. The network and the studio did not say like, ‘Hey, guys, get outta here! You’re done,'” star Jared Padalecki said at a fan convention for the show in Las Vegas this past weekend. (His response was preceded by an audience member jokingly asking who made a deal with a crossroads demon, seeing as how the series went on for 10 more years after creator Eric Kripke’s original five-year plan.)

“It wasn’t an easy decision,” co-star Jensen Ackles added. “It was months and months, if not years, of discussion between [Jared] and I, between the rest of the cast, between the crew, between our writers, between our producers, between the studio, between the network.”

“Nobody wanted to see this show fizzle out,” Ackles continued. “I think that it was everyone wanting to do the biggest service to the show that we could by going out strong. It just seemed like the writing was kind of on the wall as to when that was happening. I think everybody kind of felt that it was coming soon. So it was just taking that leap of faith of going like, ‘Well, guys, let’s get out the paint and paint that finish line, and hold our heads high, because what we’ve accomplished is unlike any other.’

Ackles went on to compare the decision to as “if we’re driving the Impala, and we’re heading down the road, and it’s, like, left, you’re going to hit a ramp and go off a cliff, and it’s going to be epic, or right, you’re just going to run out of gas about 30 miles down the road in the middle of the desert with nothing around you. I’m like, ‘I’m going left. I want to go out with, like, pyrotechnics.'”
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sara @JensenAcklesGod 21 minutes ago
Jensen said he will be directing an episode of Season 15!
We will have Director!Jensen back on Supernatural for one last time
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I had an idea about the last episode for the series. So whoever the Winchesters fight in the last episode, God takes pity on the Winchesters and Castiel. So God sends the 3 to the alternate world of The French Mistake from season 6 episode 15 with all their memories intact. He also weaves the timeline so that Misha Collins never died in the alternate timeline.
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Sarah Skoglund @JediSkog Apr 24
Thoughts on #Supernatural finale...because #feelings ??
@cw_spn @SuperWiki @JensenAckles @jarpad @TheCW @SPN_sil
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?Davy Perez ? @davyperez May 14
First day of the final Season of Supernatural starts tomorrow...
Back to the Writers Room we gooo! #SPN15 #SPNFamily #Supernatural
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?Davy Perez ? @davyperez 15 hours ago
Me at the end of Day One of SPN15 writer's room.... #SPNFamiIy

Meghan Amanda @megfitz89 13 hours ago
More Meghan Amanda Retweeted ?Davy Perez ?
Since we are talking about our feels I almost cried in the room twice today because of pitch ideas so it’s going G R E A T ?? (good cries, the types of feels that matter and move you, I hate all of you monsters)
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Jensen Ackles says Supernatural cliffhanger could lead to 'the best season of the show' from EW!
By Samantha Highfill May 15, 2019 at 10:00 AM EDT

EW has an exclusive sneak peek at “The Winchester Mythology: The Choices We Make,” a season 14 digital featurette in which showrunner Andrew Dabb says, “God was not kidding when he said it was the end of this story. And by the end of this story, it means the end of the world. The question of what that looks like, the question of how Sam and Dean deal with that, I think those are the big things that we’re going to explore going into season 15.”

Dean Winchester himself, Jensen Ackles, adds, “The world has just opened up, essentially, and all of those things that we have spent so many years fighting, they’re going to come knocking now.” Ackles is referencing the fact that the season 14 finale ended with all the monsters once killed by Dean and Sam (Jared Padalecki) coming back (along with a lot of zombies). “It’s going to be an all-out free-for-all,” Ackles says, adding, “In my opinion, they’re teeing up what could possibly be the best season of the show.”
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Gio_RedFox ? ? @Gio_Gui and her tumblr

Some apocalypse art!
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Day Two Writers Room begins... #Supernatural
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From Vanityfair

Pedowitz also addressed the end of Supernatural, a series that had a home at the CW as long as Ackles and Padalecki were game to stick around. When the two finally decided to say goodbye, Pedowitz said, “It was a puddle of tears from everybody.” Still, he got their reasoning: “It was about family, about seeing their kids grow up. They wanted to go out when the show was still as strong as possible. And as much as I probably begged for them not to do this, I understood . . . and basically we all were on the same page.”
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Some interviews from E News!

Why Supernatural's Jared Padalecki Can Never Say Goodbye to Sam Winchester
by CHRIS HARNICK | Fri., May. 17, 2019 5:00 AM

With the end set, have they started to say goodbye?

"Not yet," Ackles told E! News on the 2019 CW upfront red carpet.

"Are you trying to get us to cry?" Padalecki added.

"[Laughs.] Yeah, what are you, Barbara Walters? What's happening right now? No, again we still have a whole year. I was saying to him, ‘It's not like we put in our two weeks notice.' We've got a 12-month notice here. So, we've got a little time to kind of marinate in it and let it soak in. But I will say that once we turn the corner, which is usually after the holidays, it's going to get pretty dusty," Ackles said.

But that doesn't mean things haven't gotten "dusty yet."

"There was a moment when Jensen conveyed a dream he had about how the show ends, and basically to sum it up, Sam is dead, and Dean is having to go off into the unknown on his own," Collins said. "When he conveyed that dream, he teared up, and then so did Jared, and then so did I. It was like, ‘Oh my god, we actually are crying about an imaginary character.' But they became real to us, and so that's going to be hard."

When season 15 wraps up, it may not be the end of the line for Sam, Dean and Castiel—depending on who you ask.

"Well, can there be a definitive on Supernatural?" Padalecki asked.

"I was talking to him last night, I was like, ‘I don't want to do the whole Game of Thrones thing where everything gets tied up all nice and neat,' I'm like, ‘Let's just mess it all up,'" Ackles said. "I don't think I want a definitive ending. We got to keep that—I think we keep that door cracked open for a feature in a few years…There's always ways to bring people back."

Collins has a different take.

"I would love to see a definitive ending, personally. It feels like the show and the audience deserves that," he said.

Whatever happens to the Winchester brothers, Padalecki said there will be no moment where Sam Winchester is truly gone from his life.

"…It occurred to me I don't I ever could say goodbye to Sam Winchester, you know? He's been a part of my life for 14 years, about to be 15 years, he I s a part of me. I learned a lot from Sam, I learned a lot from Dean, hopefully Sam learned something from Jared as well. I'll carry that character with me. I mean, 15 years of my life is a long time to be really indebted in somebody else's journey, so I'll carry him with me in some way, shape or form."
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First Information on Supernatural Season 15 - Now with Information from the Upfronts from WFB!

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The CW schedule from Entertainment Weekly.

Sunday

8 p.m. Batwoman (new series)
9 p.m. Supergirl

Monday

8 p.m. All American
9 p.m. Black Lightning

Tuesday

8 p.m. The Flash
9 p.m. Arrow

Wednesday

8 p.m. Riverdale
9 p.m. Nancy Drew (new series)

Thursday

8 p.m. Supernatural
9 p.m. Legacies

Friday

8 p.m. Charmed
9 p.m. Dynasty

The season will launch in October, but individual premiere dates will be announced later this summer.
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Gary Levin @GaryMLevin May 16
The final goodbye: #Supernatural #15Years @TheCW

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There were like a couple of questions asked about S15 and Jensen told us about it. He was so passionate about all of it, about filming techniques and directing. Told us that he’s written up something for the episode he’s going to direct because he couldn’t sleep and couldn’t shake the thought out off his head. He sent it in and they said that what he’s written up was great and that they could talk about it. Also telling him that if his acting career should fail, he could still have a career in writing. He laughed while telling it. Jensen also told us that they’re going to Australia after Rome and on the way back, they’ll stop in LA to talk with the writers. He also listed off a couple of writers and directors who they could convince to come back for S15 and I’m really sorry but I can’t remember the names. I think that David who directed the Pilot and Wendigo will come back and direct at least one episode. But I could also be wrong. Excuse me and don’t take my word for it.
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Jared Padalecki Says Sam and Dean's Death Might Be the Only Way to End Supernatural from TV Guide
By Keisha Hatchett | @keishamaze | May 23, 2019


"I want Season 15 to be a great season, obviously. It's our last season. But I want it to feel like it's gonna go on," Padalecki told TV Guide during The CW's upfronts red carpet. "I don't want Sam to feel like it's the ending. I want Sam to feel like he's still making a difference, that he's still helping other people. And so, I don't want it to feel like doom and gloom, too much...I want Sam to still fight, to keep fighting and keep supporting his brother and his friends and his family."

We don't yet know how the show will conclude, but Collins revealed the ending he thinks makes the most sense, which is for Sam, Dean and Cas to die. "I hate to say this but I kind of hope that the main characters on the show die at the end. I feel like we need that finality," said Misha.

"If they die--I don't know, I don't think it's written yet--but if they do die, I want them to die going out doing something they love that will make the world a better place," explained Padalecki. "Part of me thinks that's the only way to end Supernatural. Because if the boys were alive, they'd be hunting, and if they're hunting, I want to see them hunting. Maybe that's the way it goes, I don't know."

The Season 14 finale set the tone for an epic final season, wrapping on a shocking cliffhanger that saw Chuck (Rob Benedict) murder Jack, who was sent to the Big Empty, before unleashing all hell on Earth. As all hell broke loose (literally), Sam, Dean, and Cas were last seen surrounded by an army of the undead ready to presumably feast on their flesh.

"It certainly lays a landscape now for anything to happen. The fact that he's [Chuck] opened the gates to heaven and hell and said, 'You guys figure it out' really puts us in a position to go anywhere and to have anybody come back," Ackles said of the finale. "I'm hoping we take full advantage of that, and I have a feeling that we might."

Some of those familiar faces they'd like to see back include Bobby Singer (Jim Beaver), the Winchesters' deceased father John (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), who appeared in the milestone 300th episode, the dearly-departed archangel Gabriel (Richard Speight Jr.), and Sam and Dean's long-lost half-brother Adam (Jake Abel), who found himself locked in Lucifer's (Mark Pellegrino) cage in Season 5.

"I'd love to figure out what happened to Adam," said Padalecki. Added Ackles, "Maybe we finally deal with the fact that our half-brother is locked in a cage."
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This Is How Jensen Ackles Wants Supernatural to End from E News
by CHRIS HARNICK | Tue., May. 21, 2019

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The Supernatural stars are preparing for their last season, season 15, and it was their call to say goodbye to the long-running CW series that has legions of dedicated fans. The CW president Mark Pedowitz has maintained the show would stay on the air as long as they wanted to keep making it. Ackles told E! News once Pedowitz made that decree, he and Padalecki started talking.

"The way it went between he and I was we've been talking about it for years," Ackles told E! News in a joint interview with Padalecki. "When Mark kind of planted that seed then he and I were like, ‘Oh, wow. This is something we're going to have to shoulder and figure out ourselves.'"

"It's a big responsibility," Padalecki added.

"The conversation's been going on about when, when is the time? I think he and I always wanted to never see the show fizzle, never run out of gas. We wanted to go out strong, we wanted to go out while we were still able to give the quality of product that we've been giving for the last 15 years," Ackles said. "We just—we took a lot of people into account. We talked to a lot of people. It was certainly a collective decision that was very difficult to make."

Then, Ackles, Padalecki and Collins released a video in March 2019 announcing the end of the series. Season 14 of Supernatural ended with the guys facing off with God Himself, and as a result they're now going to face every monster and demon they previously vanquished. It's the end of all things and they want it to be epic, Collins said.

"We have 20 episodes left. I guess it could all be really emotionally-gripping drama for 20 episodes, it could be a lot of mourning and goodbyes, but I hope we have a peppering of a couple more strange, surreal, "Scoobynatural," "The French Mistake" style episodes where we just do something completely out of the box. Maybe we could do a proper musical episode or something like that before we go," Collins mused.

Whatever happens, it will be the Winchesters together if Ackles gets his wish.

"I think whatever it is, it's got to be the brothers together. That's been the core of this show since the beginning. I think it's really what the fans want to see. I think regardless of who comes knockin', I think whatever is done it's about these two brothers and their journey. I think that's really where the heart of the show should reside," he said.
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Supernatural Final Season Video: Will John Return Again? Plus, Who Will Get to Take Home Baby? from TVLine!

But with the show entering its final season this fall, is the patriarch due for another homecoming?

During the milestone installment, Dean and Sam both had some long overdue conversations with their dad. With that catharsis, “I think the boys got the closure they needed,” star Jared Padalecki tells TVLine in the video above. “As a fan of the show, I’d always love [Jeffrey Dean Morgan] to come back. But if he doesn’t come back, I think it was… It’s almost like when Bobby died. It made me sad as a fan of the show and as somebody who loves Jim Beaver, but it was great television. And it was what the story needed.”

“Whatever’s best for the show,” Padalecki continues, adding that even if John doesn’t reappear, the 300th episode’s “little sendoff was a proper nod to Jeff.”

Elsewhere in the video, Padalecki and co-star Misha Collins discuss what they’re going to take home from the set and who’s got dibs on Dean’s beloved Baby. “I think Jensen [Ackles] will probably just drive it off the lot on the last day and be gone,” says Padalecki, who’s an aficionado of late ’60s muscle cars, but would “love for Jensen to have [the Impala].”
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More Interviews With the Cast on the Final Season of Supernatural - Updated from WFB!
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Richard Speight, Jr. to Direct Three Episodes in ‘Supernatural’ Season 15 from nerdsandbeyond
BY NICKI JUN 19, 2019

In this recent interview, Speight revealed that he will be directing three episodes that will be scattered throughout season 15; and, before you think to ask: no, he does not know what is going to happen. As a fellow fan of the show, he assures us that we really don’t want the spoilers anyway.

“I feel blessed beyond measure to have been a part of a show as cool as Supernatural.” Speight says regarding the departure of Supernatural from the airwaves, “That is the gift of that show. That we all have an emotional reaction to its parting says a lot about how connected we were to it while it was here.”
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Jensen and Jared know how Supernatural will end. #SPNDallas
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.@dicksp8jr is directing number 7 of #Supernatural and Lucifer, 12 of #Supernatural and one more on the back end. #SPNDallas http://pic.twitter.com/Y8kdcC9L2C
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We have ScoobyNatural writer on board!

Jeremy Adams @spacekicker 12 hours ago

So... guess who's the newest writer on one of my all-time favorite shows? Yeah, I know... it's crazy. I'm not sure it's real yet. But, here we are...
Anyway, I'm grateful. I'm excited (and a little nervous). I hope I can contribute in a meaningful way. #supernatural #spn
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from TV Line!

Any early scoop on Supernatural‘s final season?–Adder
If, like us, you’re hoping that series creator Eric Kripke might somehow be involved in the show’s swan song, we’ve got mixed news. “I haven’t had any conversations yet,” Kripke told us while promoting his upcoming Amazon series, The Boys. “I will certainly talk to [showrunners] Bob Singer and Andrew Dabb when they’re closer [to the end].” One big obstacle standing in the way of Kripke’s homecoming: His overall deal with Sony Pictures Television, which presents a Romeo and Juliet-esque situation with the WBTV-produced Supernatural. “You’re at two warring houses, so I’m not sure if they’ll let me go over there,” he says. “But I would love to talk to them about the finale. … Just from hearing from the fans, I at least want to have a couple of conversations with those guys and make sure that we send Sam and Dean off into the sunset in a way that makes everybody happy.” Bonus scoop: Jensen Ackles told us that he will be directing the first episode being filmed this season, which will air as Episode 4.
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Comic Con TV Guide 2019 - Spoilery Interview with Robert Singer on Season 15!

This is a transcription of the "Burning Questions" segment with executive producer Robert Singer. All credit for this interview goes to the amazing Ileane Rudolph of TV guide, who has done a very faithful job of promoting "Supernatural" for TV guide for just about its entire run. I'm in awe that here we are season fifteen and she is still so engaged with what is happening with the show. I thank her once again for providing us fans some questions to chew on as we get these first spoilers of the season.

Here is the interview as it appears in TV guide:

For the cliffhanger leading into Supernatural's 15th and - gasp- final season, the producers wanted the show's heroes, hunters Sam and Dean Winchester (Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles), along with angel ally Castiel (Misha Collins), left "in a horrific predicament," says executive producer Robert Singer. Mission accomplished. In the Season 14 finale, Dean fails to execute the gang's half-angel ward Jack (Alexander Calvert), who accidentally killed the brothers' mom, Mary (Samantha Smith), so the manipulative God, aka Chuck (Rob Benedict), quickly does the deed. When an angry Sam shoots Chuck, the vengeful deity awakens the dead and unleashes hordes of ghosts and zombies that swarm the good guys, accompanied by the proclamation "Welcome to the end!" Singer previews the apocalypse to come.


As the world's overseer, Chuck has always found the Winchesters more entertaining than troublesome. Will he relent and save the brothers and Cas from his wrath? According to Singer, it looks like they'll have to save themselves. "Chuck will not necessarily be onscreen a lot, but [he will] return to play an integral role next year, creating interesting twists and turns," he notes.

Some of those creatures attacking the hunters are familiar from former episodes, including the pilot's ghostly Woman in White and Season 1's Bloody Mary. Should we anticipate more returnees now that it's the beginning of the end? Absolutely. Expect a "best of" parade of characters from the horror series' long history. "We want to pay off every character we can that viewers have either come to love or hate," the exec says. "This season will be less about big set pieces and more about the problems and personalities of both the living people and the resurrected ghosts that Cas and the Winchester brothers run into."

Will we get one final offbeat meta episode before the series wraps? Good news Singer says. "We want to do another episode in the vein of [Season 5's] "Changing Channels" and [Season 6's] "The French Mistake" -- one of our big crazy swings." Hmmm...could that mean we're up for another alternate-universe adventure? We'll have to wait and see.

We last saw Jack wake up int he darkness of the Empty, a void that serves as an afterlife for celestial-adjacent beings, where former reaper Billie (Lisa Berry), reincarnated as Death, says she has a proposition for him. Does Death need Jack's help to fight God? Perhaps. Chuck clearly doesn't like his newest Death. "He may see her as a rival," Singer teases. "What Billie offers Jack will unfold over the course of the year."

What about the version of a series finale Ackles and Padalecki have often discussed - that they want to go out fighting a la Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid? Should we forget about a happy ending? Not necessarily. "Frankly, we don't want it to be a total downer," Singer says. "That would disappoint us, and the fans as well." But will the brothers leave the world they've worked so hard to save time and time again in a better place? "I can't promise that the world is all butterflies and sweetness at the end," Singer says. However, he does vow to give the viewers "an emotional season and a real ending," he says. "We won't do an enigmatic ending as in The Sopranos or St. Elsewhere."
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Steve Yockey is leaving Supernatural for greener pastures.

Supernatural Loses a Writer
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Once more, unto the breach, dear friends... #supernatural #stunts #SPNFamily #spn15
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Here it is! The official office whiteboard for #Supernatural Season 15. ?

#SPNoftheNorth #officeshenanigans
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@SNkevinandjill congrats to Kevin Parks for being recognized for his contribution to #Supernatural! He will now also have the title of Co-Prodcuer!
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BREAKING: #Supernatural's Andrew Dabb confirms in #SPN press room that Adam will return in the final season! Check back for video! #SDCC
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Jared and Jensen will shoot their first scenes of the season tomorrow. Sam and Dean on a hunt :) #WBSDCC
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Supernatural's Final Season: Jake Abel to Return as Half-Brother Adam from TV Line!
By Vlada Gelman / July 21 2019, 2:59 PM PDT

One of the first RSVPs for Supernatural‘s 15th and final season is Jake Abel, who will reprise his role as Dean and Sam’s half-brother, Adam. Co-showrunner Andrew Dabb revealed the casting news in the press room following the CW drama’s final San Diego Comic-Con panel.

Adam was last seen in Season 5, when he (as Michael’s vessel) was sent to Hell during big fight with Sam as Lucifer. No details were disclosed about the nature of his return.

Supernatural star Jensen Ackles echoed many fans by excitedly pondering the possibility of Adam’s return during TVLine’s Upfronts interview (embedded below). Given the events of the season finale, he said, “I think a lot of people are wondering about the Adam aspect of it — being locked in the cage, does that cage open up? Does Jake come back and reprise his role? There are a lot of opportunities to go a lot of different places, and that’s what I’m excited about.”

Abel can next be seen in the Kate Sackhoff-led space drama Another Life, premiering July 25 on Netflix.

It was also revealed that Matt Cohen — who has intermittently appeared as Young John Winchester, and whose TV credits also include General Hospital and South of Nowhere — is directing a final-season episode.
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Comic-Con: Cast and Crew of Supernatural Tell Us What to Expect in the Final Season from themarysue
by Jessica Mason | 2:13 pm, July 23rd, 2019

Things are pretty dire, even by Supernatural standards, but the big issue is where these revelations put Sam (Jared Padalecki), Dean (Jensen Ackles), and Castiel (Misha Collins) emotionally. “At the outset of the season, I think Sam and Dean are at kind of the darkest possible interpretation of what Chuck has been doing this whole time,” producer Robert Berens mused. “I think the fun is in a Sam and Dean, who feel very much at the top of the season, ‘What if nothing we’ve done has ever mattered? What if God has been pulling every single string?’”

Eugenie Ross-Leming, another long-time writer and producer on the show, agreed that the Winchesters are asking themselves, “Is anything they do real beyond the moment they’re in it?”

It will be Castiel, Ross-Leming told us, who will help get the boys in line. “Cas, at some point, will tell them, ‘Yes, this is quite a shock, but in fact it’s what life is for everybody alive. You would have done the same things whether it was pre-ordained or not. You didn’t know,’” Ross-Leming explained. “He tries to talk them off the ledge of doubting everything they do and every move they make. He says, ‘You have to pretend and behave exactly as you’ve behaved for the last fifteen years because really nothing’s changed; he’s just messing with your head.’”

Misha Collins can get behind the big questions of fate and free will being addressed. “It’s the biggest twist going into this new season,” Collins said.

“Seeing all the souls from hell rising up in the corpses of the dead feels like an epic Supernatural season finale and a good way to start a season, but it also feels like ‘Eh, we’ve seen things like that before, too.’ The twist going into this season that makes it different is that we’re discovering that god is our nemesis and that he has been scripting every step of our path so far, and that is a really tough pill to swallow for people that feel like they’ve been fighting the fight all along. So, breaking out of that is going to be really important for this season.”

What does that mean for the animosity between the boys and Cas that blew up after their semi-adopted son Jack killed Mary Winchester? It sounds like it will mend, but it will be slow, according to co-showrunner Robert Singer. “It’s going to take a while for that rift to heal this year,” Singer shared. “They will come together, but it’s a bit of a task. That was one of the hanging threads we knew we could really play with … there was no real right or wrong with the way anyone was feeling. Especially with the Dean and Cas rift, you make an argument both ways, and I think when you can do that, that’s what makes drama interesting.”

They’ll need Castiel with them as they face off against some big foes, as the producers teased many returns of friends and enemies from the past. “We’re going to see some old friends and some old enemies come back, definitely,” showrunner Andrew Dabb told us. We’ll see the returns of fan favorites like Rowena (Ruth Connell), Arthur Ketch (David Haydn-Jones), and badass (and also dead) deaf hunter Eileen (Shoshanna Stern).

However, the two biggest returns that Dabb teased were both important siblings. Chuck’s sister Amara (Emily Swallow), a.k.a. The Darkness, will be back, hopefully to slap some sense into her bro, and the fate of Adam Milligan (Jake Abel), who was left in Lucifer’s cage in hell way back in season five, will finally be addressed. Yes, really, after all these years, Dabb assured us that “is one loose thread we fully intend to address.”

Someone else we think we’ll see is Billie, a.k.a. Death, who showed up to greet Jack in the afterlife, along with The Empty, at the end of last season. Calvert was tight-lipped about how that will play out for his character but joked, “I’m definitely interested in being back in the physical universe.”

Dabb had more to say about Jack, Billie, and The Empty: “That’s something that will kick in a little later in our season, but certainly in the last couple years, really since Amara got introduced, we’ve been playing with some characters that are, I would call, a little more cosmic in their execution.” Dabb added, “Our guys are now playing on that playing field, essentially, so they’re going to meet and get to know some of those people in much more intimate ways.”

That means we’ll did more into one of the best meta aspects of Supernatural: the idea of God himself as an author, a plot point that the writers love. Andrew Dabb explained,

It’s a story about stories, and it’s a story about, in a lot of ways, what it means to be the main character of a story. You’re the hero of the story that’s great, you get to be the hero and fight the bad guys, but also your parents are dead and you have to lose everyone you love and sometimes it’s not so great. I think, for Sam and Dean—they’re starting to realize they’ve lived their lives as the characters in a story. It doesn’t mean what they’ve done is invalidated in any way, shape, or form, but it does mean they haven’t had as much agency as they thought they did. And this season is very much about reclaiming that.
Reclaiming that story is going to mean bringing it to a final end, and we’ll have more later this week from the writers, Jared, Jensen, and Misha about how they decided to end the series and what that ending will mean.
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Everything We Know about Supernatural Season 15
By Keisha Hatchett | @keishamaze | Aug 6, 2019 5:37 PM EDT

Supernatural begins its final run this October. Mark your calendars, Season 15 premieres Thursday, Oct. 10 at 8/7c on The CW.

The boys will go through an existential crisis. Sam, Dean, and Cas (Misha Collins) ended Season 14 surrounded by an army of the undead after Chuck (Rob Benedict) unleashed Hell on Earth. With the creator of all things no longer on their side, the beginning of the season finds them struggling to come to terms with the fact that God isn't the benevolent being they all thought he was.

"The best way to characterize what Chuck did in the finale [is he] stomped his foot in a rage and tore a hole between Hell and earth," showrunner Andrew Dabb told TV Guide during San Diego Comic-Con. "We're with Sam, Dean and Cas who are like, 'Oh we have to clean up this mess left by this entity that we've just discovered has been pulling on our strings this whole time.'"

"When the rug is pulled out from under you, that's a big creative adjustment and we deal with that in several episodes," added executive producer Brad Buckner. This season will explore what it means to have free world as the gang faces their toughest battle yet.

Jack will be back. Chuck may have sent Jack (Alexander Calvert) to the Big Empty with the snap of a finger, but that doesn't mean we've seen the last of the young Nephilim. Executive producer Bob Berens told TV Guide that Jack will spend the early part of Season 15 in the place were all angels and demons go after they die, adding that Calvert will also appear in some other form.

Adam will also return, along with other familiar faces. It looks like the Winchesters will finally get closure with their half-brother Adam, who's been locked away in Lucifer's (Mark Pellegrino) cage since Season 5. Jake Abel, who plays Sam and Dean's younger sibling, is confirmed to return to the series but he won't be alone.

"We're looking at some characters that you've seen before who will come back in different ways and some characters who we haven't met quite yet coming in or being more fully realized," Dabb teased. "People like Death [and] the Empty, these kinds of primordial forces we've introduced but we haven't really gotten to know them in a big way."

Chuck won't be the only bad guy the Winchesters face this season. There will also be "demi-bads," according to Berens.

Jensen Ackles will direct an episode this season. Ackles, who helmed a handful of episodes including Season 11's "The Bad Seed," will again sit in the director's chair this season. Plus, Matt Cohen, who played young John Winchester on the series, and Richard Speight Jr., who played the archangel, Gabriel, will also direct Season 15 episodes.

You'll probably be satisfied with how Supernatural ends. "I feel like for the majority of the fans and the people that have been with us through this journey, it's certainly going to feel right and it's going to feel good," Jensen Ackles said of the show's ending during the Television Critics Association's summer press tour. "It should put a lot of people in a position of feeling great about the journey they took with us and the Winchester brothers. That's certainly how I feel about it, and we're really excited to tell that story."

This may not be the absolute end for Sam and Dean. Although the cast and crew are approaching the series finale as a "true ending," there's still hope that the Winchesters hop back into the Impala for new adventures down the line. "This is a long journey that I don't think is ever going to be over," Ackles said. "I think we're just going to go away for a while. How long I don't know."

"I'm not ever ready to close doors or burn bridges. I think that's foolish," he added. "Am I saying that there's something in the works? No. Am I saying that I'd be open to the conversation about doing something in the future? What's the harm in that?"
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Every script for @cw_spn #supernatural has had these words on the last page so far...It occurred to me to ponder what will be written on the last page of the last script in episode 20 next spring? What you like it to say #SPNFamily?
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WHY MUST EVERYONE INSIST ON MAKING ME CRY — thanks for the S15 final pin,
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Thanks to @JerryWanek
for a sneak peek at an amazing set for Season 15. The luscious wallpaper is from the Netherlands! They are going all out pouring all their talent into this season!
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We just ran into @TheJimMichaels @dicksp8jr @SNkevinandjill and @JerryWanek scouting a location while on our #locationtour!
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Stargate's Amanda Tapping (Supernatural Naomi) is once again directing a #Supernatural ep. #TNT @IMDbTV
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After finding out that God has been manipulating them, Dean and Sam are facing an “existential crisis” in the 15th and final season. “They’re realizing, ‘Well, we’re the Winchesters, but were we really doing this Chuck’s way?'” co-showrunner Andrew Dabb previews. “Part of reclaiming that agency is a big part of the season for them.” Plus, the brothers are “going to start to lose people who, in past seasons, we would’ve never lost — and lose them in a very real way. Our guys are going to realize there’s a certain finality, and some of the things they’ve relied on to get through the day — people, talents, things like that — they are no longer going to be able to roll out. And that’s going to throw them for a loop.” The show’s swan song will also welcome back some departed faces, including the Winchesters’ half-brother Adam (Jake Abel), God’s sister Amara (Emily Swallow) and deceased hunter Eileen (Shoshannah Stern).

BONUS SPOILER!: Jack is still in The Empty when Season 15 starts, and “he’s not coming back in the near future,” Dabb reveals. As for the deal Cas made to save Lucifer’s offspring, “when The Empty becomes more active, a lot of things are going to come to a head.”

RETURN DATE: Thursday, Oct. 10 at 8/7c (The CW)


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The Winchesters search for answers in Supernatural final season first look from EW! (Video in article)
By Samantha Highfill September 11, 2019

God is angry. Wrathful, you might say. In Supernatural’s season 14 finale, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) learned that Chuck (the preferred name for the big man upstairs, played by Rob Benedict) has quite literally been the author of their lives, orchestrating every dramatic twist and turn that has made them who they are (and made the show a hit). And the moment the brothers stopped following Chuck’s plan, he opened the gates of hell, freed the many souls Sam and Dean had defeated over the years, and left the Winchesters and their angelic brother-of-sorts Castiel (Misha Collins) surrounded by a horde of zombies. “We start right back up in season 15, and it is a bit of a triage situation,” Ackles says. “They gotta get out of there, they gotta find some shelter, and they gotta figure out what to do.”

But escaping their current situation is only step 1, because then the boys have to deal with the fact that they’re going up against God himself. “This is, as far as we know, the most powerful being in the universe, and he’s against us,” Collins says, with Padalecki adding, “But we’re also struggling with: Is Chuck evil, or is he just trying to objectively write a story that’s exciting which controls our lives?”

Regardless of Chuck’s intentions, he’s revealed himself to be the grand puppet master, which brings up the question of free will. Which of their decisions have been their own and which have been God’s not-so-divine intervention? Did Sam choose to say “Yes” to Lucifer all those years ago? Does Dean really love bacon cheeseburgers?! “God’s been pulling the strings behind the scenes, and now Sam and Dean are really trying to break free for the first time in their lives,” says co-showrunner Andrew Dabb.

And they have 20 episodes to do just that. Because the world isn’t the only thing that’s ending. The show is too. And before it says goodbye, fans can expect a number of familiar faces. Turns out, there’s an upside to God opening the gates of hell. “There’s specific characters that we’ve dealt with in the past that will reprise their role,” Ackles says before adding, “That doesn’t necessarily mean that everybody’s walking out though. Even though the doors are unlocked and people are walking out of hell, not everybody is quite as eager to jump ship. That begs a question of ‘why’ and it begs a question of ‘when will they?'”

Get a first look at season 15 below:

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Does #Supernatural have a new production sign?
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One last ride. Supernatural’s final season premieres Thursday, October 10. Stream free next day only on The CW App.

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White_Bat • 3 hours ago
This is so epic! Awesome job to whoever put this together.

You've got Baby going through fire, basically sprouting wings, and a big staircase to heaven or some bright light at the end.

Then there's all the bird imagery. The raven on the skull, the birds flying out from the center (sort of random antiposession symbol) bright light, and of course the most prominent wings. (Tell me this means Cass gets his wings back... Please!)

The old style seraphs (on either side of the throne of God maybe?)

An eight-sided star with Enochian? Have we seen that star before?

"As it is written, so it shall end"
This isn't from the Bible. The Bible says 'as it is written' several times, but there isn't a phrase similar to 'so shall it end' connected to it. Mainly it's used to quote a proverb.
It comes from The Ten Commandments, the movie based off the story in the Bible. (Charlton Heston as Moses, you know?) He says: Thus sayeth the Lord God of Israel: Let my people go." The Pharaoh also makes pronouncements: "So let it be written. So let it be done."

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Raven and Skull (Norse and pagan) - The raven have been an important symbol in pagan mythology in many parts of the world. In Norse mythology the two ravens, Hugin and Munin, where believed to part of Odin, the God of knowledge, war and death. Hugin and Munin would fly around the world and gather information and knowledge and they would also help the Valkyries to decide which fallen warriors that would be chosen to enter Valhalla. This was believed to be the reason why soldiers would see gatherings of ravens above battlefields.

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This is a Tarot Card. The Four of Swords (with the Impala as the supine knight) often associated with the need for a break from battle. Maybe saying - there will be peace when you are done.
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Question: I know things will still be a little rocky between Dean and Cas at the start of Supernatural Season 15, but how long will it takes things to mend? Will Dean apologize? —Lindsay
Ausiello: We’ve got some bad news: “If you look at the end of last season, Sam and Dean and Cas were not on the best of terms,” co-showrunner Andrew Dabb tells TVLine. “And that, like so much, is not something that’s going to rectify itself right away.”

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Question: Last season on Supernatural, Cas made a deal with the Empty entity. Are we going to know more about it at some point of the season? —Samara
Ausiello: “I think given what’s happened at the end of last season to Jack… the last thing Cas is worried about right now is” making good on that deal, co-showrunner Andrew Dabb notes. “But it is something that’s going to come back for us this season. As we saw at the end of last season, The Empty is there. The Empty is one of our probably four cosmic players in this universe. He’s going to have a say.”

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Angel alum Christian Kane to guest star on final season of Supernatural from EW!
By Samantha Highfill September 30, 2019

Considering the way Supernatural ended season 14 — with God essentially ending the world and leaving the Winchesters to face a bunch of zombies — it’s safe to say that Sam and Dean can use all the friends they can get.

EW can exclusively reveal that Christian Kane, a.k.a. Lindsey McDonald from the Buffy spin-off Angel, will guest star in an upcoming episode of the hit CW series. Kane is set to play Leo Webb, a former hunter and a friend of Dean Winchester. Although we don’t know much about Leo, the fact that he’s a “former hunter” who knows Dean without mention of Sam could mean be that he knows the older Winchester brother from his hunting days with dear old dad, back before Dean showed up in Sam’s dorm room.

It’s unclear when Kane will show up or whether he’ll play into a case of the week or something more, but if he’s an old friend of Dean, let’s hope he remembers to bring the guy some pie.

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Well there you go... I was told to keep it quiet but..... very cool being at Jensen’s house up north and being treated so warmly. Having a blast with an old friend.
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Question: On Supernatural, Jack killed Sam and Dean’s mother, so every time they see him it will be a trigger. How does the show plan to deal with the tension that should exist between Sam, Dean and Jack? —Adder
Ausiello: Since Jack won’t be coming back from The Empty in the near future, all those complicated feelings are something Sam and Dean will “deal with down the road,” co-showrunner Andrew Dabb previews. But when they do eventually confront them, “I think Dean understands that Jack was manipulated [by God],” Dabb muses. “Very clearly what God wanted to happen was Jack kills Mary, [and] the guys get so mad they kill Jack. So whose fault is it really? Is it Jack’s fault? Is it God’s fault? I’m not saying they’re going to excuse Jack from that, but it raises a lot of questions about free will.”
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The final season of #Supernatural premieres Thursday! To commemorate it, we’re gracing the covers of @TVGuideMagazine
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‘Supernatural’ Bosses on God as ‘Uber-Villain’ and Balancing the Serialized with Standalone Mysteries in Final Season from Variety! By DANIELLE TURCHIANO

Writing an end to any long-running series is no small feat, but for the CW’s “Supernatural,” the task seems Herculean.

The monster of the week-turned-demon-hunting drama is embarking upon its 15th season, which also happens to be its final one, after surviving the merger of its original network WB with UPN to form its new home, the CW, as well as outlasting multiple network presidents and showrunners. On the content side, its lead characters of Dean and Sam Winchester (Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, respectively) have battled everything from vampires to shapeshifters to Lucifer (Mark Pellegrino) and now God himself (aka Chuck, played by Rob Benedict). Needless to say, there are a lot of loose ends to tie up, and a definitive end to write, before the screen goes black on its 20th episode. But to ask the writers and producers of the show, it is just business as usual as they put together a season of demon-hunting, ghost-hunting and God-hunting.

“I don’t know that our approach this year has been that much more different than last year, other than we’re writing to an ending, rather than a cliffhanger,” executive producer Andrew Dabb tells Variety. “The temptation is that you’d go into a final season and just do straight serialization with every episode tying to the bigger, larger God plotline, and we do have a lot of episodes that do that, but it still needs to feel like a season of ‘Supernatural.’ So there are a lot of standalone adventures — some are scary, some are funny. We wanted to keep that mix going because it’s a key part to the show overall.”

When Season 15 begins, with a premiere episode entitled “Back and to the Future,” the immediate action is in seeing Dean and Sam deal with literally being surrounded by dozens of beings that had previously been killed or otherwise vanquished, but which were returned to Earth when God aka Chuck (Rob Benedict) got angry at the end of Season 14. This direct conflict will be something the guys have to deal with into the second episode, but the repercussions of having so many dangers back in the world will “reverberate throughout our entire season,” Dabb says.

“When God is your uber-villain, it’s not just a one-episode deal,” adds executive producer Bob Singer. “It’s not simple, just going for Chuck, and a big part of what we’re dealing with in the season is how to do that. At a certain point, Chuck will be at full strength, which gives our boys even more problems.”

This also will allow the show to return to some of its roots in the conversation around free will, which, Dabb points out, “has been largely an illusion, so the question is, how do they reclaim it really for the first time?” The final season of “Supernatural,” he adds, “will go to greath lengths to address” whether free will is really even possible as long as God is in the picture.

But first, another immediate issue to work through is Jack’s (Alexander Calvert) death — an event that left him in a black void at the end of the previous season — and the guilt the various men, specifically Castiel (Misha Collins) feels around that event. At the outset of the season, the “Supernatural” foursome of Dean, Sam, Castiel and Jack are split up, but Dabb notes they won’t be for long because “ultimately this is a found family, and they have deep emotional bonds” that make up the most important part of the show.

“This is not just true of this season, this has been true for awhile, but we can devote a lot more time to the emotions of the guys,” Dabb says. “In the beginning of the show they were always on the road, but since they’ve been able to be settled, we’ve been able to see their lives beyond just the next monster.”

In the beginning of “Supernatural,” the format was a monster of the week roadtrip show that followed brothers Dean and Sam around the country in their 1967 Chevy Impala “saving people, hunting things” as they also searched for their father, who had disappeared while on a hunt of his own. The early days of the show saw it on the renewal-cancellation bubble, but it gradually picked up steam — and viewers — and has now become the longest-running genre broadcast series, hitting 15 seasons and 327 episodes before it signs off in the spring of 2020.

“I think you really get an evolution of TV as a medium. When this show started it was a very different show than where it will end, and the same thing about television generally. And I think what’s allowed the show to stay on as long as it has is that it’s been able to adapt,” Dabb says.

Production on the final season is still ongoing, which Singer admits means it’s still a bit too early to pick their heads up from the work to really reflect on the show’s legacy. But, one integral element he already is eager to tout is how the show managed to run as long as it did “maintaining a high quality and keeping our core audience loyal to us. I think that’s a pretty special accomplishment and that’s probably what I’ll take away more than anything,” he says.

And despite the fact that the team behind the show has expressed willingness to have conversations about returning to these characters and this world down the line, Dabb, Singer and their writers’ room was not concerned with what ifs. “We weren’t really considering whether there would be a future movie or a reboot or anything like that. We wanted to write the best ending that we could, that we all were internally happy with, and that’s what we’ve done,” says Singer.

In part, this includes the return of many familiar faces from past seasons, such as reaper Billie (Lisa Berry), hunter Eileen (Shoshannah Stern), prophet Kevin (Osric Chau) and half-brother Adam (Jake Abel). “I think we’d be promising more than we could deliver if we said we would tie up every loose thread the show has dropped over 15 seasons, but we’re going to tie up the big ones,” Dabb says.

“I hope we’re speaking to the majority of our fans. There’s definitely episodes where we do address things that come out of the fandom and out of social media, but in terms of how the story ends, in terms of bringing back certain characters, it was [about] what makes sense for the guys on their journey and in this story at this point. To some extent, all television now is fan service, but it’s not about direct fan service in that way; it’s more about what is going to get us to the emotional conclusion that we want for these guys.”
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The 'Supernatural' Cast on the Beginning of the End of the Winchesters' Story from TVInsider!
Ileane Rudolph October 09, 2019

"Story's over. Welcome to the end."

Those stinging words were delivered to the heroes of The CW's Supernatural — world-saving brothers Sam and Dean Winchester (Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles) and their angel ally Castiel (Misha Collins) — by God (Rob Benedict) during Season 14's finale. And with that proclamation, the deity opened the gates of Hell, freeing a tsunami of monstrous souls from below.

Those ghouls and ghosts included many of the troubled creatures the Winchesters put down there over the years. That's right: For the final season of the horror show that deals with angels, demons, and every entity in between, God is the big bad.

Fans had known for roughly a month before the April 25 finale aired that the end was nigh for the longest-running American genre series ever, and the only remaining survivor from The CW's network predecessor, The WB. On March 22, in an emotional video message, Ackles, Collins, and Padalecki announced that Season 15 would be the last.

Making the decision to wrap Supernatural was a long and difficult process, recalls Ackles from the Vancouver set in late September. He notes, "We had exhaustive conversations because of the love that we have not just for the show, but for these characters, this crew, and this life that we built here. Saying goodbye didn't seem real. It still doesn't."

While looking away toward the metal, art deco staircase in the Men of Letters bunker, which serves as a hideout for the hunters, Ackles continues, "There's a scene we shot recently that really got to me. Cass decides he's going away for a while. And it wasn't necessarily a goodbye, but it felt like that to me. It made me think about how it's the last time we're going to [have a moment like] that. [It reminded me of] the last episode of Cheers when someone knocked on the door and Sam [Ted Danson] said, 'Sorry, we're closed.'"

Even so, Ackles, who also directed this season's fourth episode, "Atomic Monsters," tries not to show his emotions too much on set. Padalecki is not nearly as composed. "He's the worst!" Ackles jokes. "He'll be like, 'This my last first day!' and I'm like, 'Shut up, you big baby!'"

From his comfy trailer at the end of the day, Padalecki confesses, "I'm a nostalgic guy." For example: He has kept a script from every single episode — with the exception of a few donated to charity — to use for research (in typical Sam fashion) and for his own memories. "I have many filing cabinets," Padalecki says with a laugh.

Both agree that Sam and Dean are embedded in their DNA — and they're not ready to give them up just yet. "We still have a long way to go," Ackles says. Tough as he is, the actor concedes that when the cast returns to shoot the last batch of episodes after the holidays, "it's going to start to get really dusty in here."

Collins shares a similar sentiment and connection to his loyal seraph. "Cass is part of the fabric of my psyche. When I put on the trench coat, I feel like he's real — which may point to a certain psychosis in me," he jokes.

Though emotions are running high, the vibe on set is far from gloomy. The silly jokes and resulting crack-ups in between takes keep the atmosphere pleasant. But there is also a nearly palpable determination to make each moment count, not only for the cast and crew, but for the millions of fans waiting around the world.

Luckily, No. 15 is poised to be one hell of a season. The premiere begins mere minutes after God (who prefers to go by the moniker Chuck) executed half-angel Jack (Alexander Calvert), the brothers' foster son turned foe (he killed Mama Winchester!). To recap: God murdered Jack when Dean, determined to put down the young seraph himself, suddenly lost the heart — which did not sit well with God, who reveals the showdown between the two was all a part of His plan.

With God on a path of vengeance as His favorite playthings were turning against Him, a distraught Sam shot the Creator in the shoulder with the Equalizer. The energy gun, crafted by God, visits upon the shooter the same injuries suffered by the target. (So it's a really good thing Dean resisted the urge to polish off Jack with the weapon earlier.) Later, Sam's wound will bring him both anguish and mysterious revelations.

Now, armed with two rusty wrought-iron fence posts and Cass' angel blade, the trio are fighting for their lives in the cemetery as Hell's ghosts close in. In the premiere, they regroup inside the walls of a sturdy mausoleum, where they've taken Jack's corpse to safety. While debating an exit strategy, they discover they have company — someone who claims he can help with their escape.

"It's like The Walking Dead meets [Game of Thrones'] White Walkers out there," Collins says, "so we have to make a deal with the devil to help us. It's a difficult pill for Cass to swallow."

OK, they're not dealing with the actual devil — this time around, at least — but this concession represents just one of many difficulties ahead for the angel. From the start of the season, he is racked with guilt, caused partly by his inability to save Jack. "For Cass to have been on watch when Jack died is a crushing blow to him," he says.

As is the fact that Dean still blames him for the death of Winchester mom Mary (Samantha Smith), because the angel didn't sound the alarm about Jack becoming unhinged. "Cass feels he's losing Sam and Dean, the only other people in the universe he has a connection to," Collins adds.

Finally, Cass takes God's retribution very personally because, as an angel, he views God as his literal Father — and a supposedly perfect being. "[God] becoming his primary enemy bent on destroying everything he cares about is a really difficult transition [for Castiel] to go through," Collins says. As a result, after a few episodes of chaos, Cass gets fed up and takes a personal time-out before returning to the action. Or, as Collins puts it, "He leaves in a huff."

Stoic Dean gets his own personal crisis too as he ponders his significance in the universe. "Dean's asking, 'Are we just a ball of twine [to God]?'" Ackles says. "It's up to Sam to get him out of his funk." Padalecki adds: "Sam and Dean feel outmanned and outgunned. Only together can they possibly overcome [God's vengeance]."

Some things never change — the Winchester brothers will always have each other's back. But before engaging in any philosophical debates, the guys have an impending apocalypse to clean up. Residents of the neighboring town are, fortunately, mostly unaware of the infestation. After all, two handsome "FBI agents" (ahem) have explained they're containing a gas leak. "They've put a lid over it, using some supernatural [elements] to quarantine the town," Ackles says, adding that this is no permanent fix: "The magic that's keeping the monsters out isn't going to last forever."

Hey, there are plenty of other evil beings to take down anyway. Today's scenes, from a later episode, are all about action and are seemingly unrelated to the not-so-heavenly Father. Sam and Dean face witches searching for precious books in the home of onetime superwitch Rowena (Ruth Connell). These villains may be small, but they pack a mean magical punch.

One spell in the hall outside Rowena's apartment sends Dean flying … and then crashing onto the floor. Which means that before special effects are added (the stunt guy already did his bit), Ackles is flinging himself on the ground multiple times. By the last rehearsal, Ackles has gotten punchy and the movement is more about fooling around. A while later, Padalecki's face will become twisted by hatred as Sam summons strength and magic to brutally vanquish a witch — in one impressive take.
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Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins on whether Castiel and Dean can mend their friendship on Supernatural from EW!
By Samantha Highfill October 09, 2019

Chuck might have launched the end of the world in Supernatural‘s season 14 finale, but zombies won’t be the only problem facing the boys when season 15 begins. Because far before Chuck took a stand against the guys, Dean and Castiel’s friendship hit a rough patch. Reminder: Castiel didn’t tell Sam and Dean that he had worries about soulless Jack going to the dark side, so when Jack killed Mary in season 14, Dean blamed Castiel. The two then continued to disagree about the Jack of it all right up until the final moments of the season when Chuck killed Jack in front of them both (though we know Jack will still play a part in the final season).

But when season 15 picks up, Castiel and Dean will find themselves once again on the same team — though only momentarily. “Cas and Dean are putting aside their differences to fight off the impending zombie apocalypse,” Misha Collins says, before adding, “That tension is still really potent in their relationship and it’s something that we will deal with later in the season.” In other words, one zombie attack isn’t going to fix everything between them.

As Jensen Ackles puts it, “It begins to fester a little bit and it certainly drives a big wedge between the two characters in the beginning of the season. Whether that can be patched up and remedied, I don’t know, I haven’t seen much that suggests it would, so I think they’re going to have to be dealing with some tension there for a while.”
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Supernatural final season trailer features Chuck, Adam, and ... Samifer? By Samantha Highfill October 10, 2019 from EW!

“I can see it now… Supernatural: The End. And the cover is just a gravestone that says ‘Winchester.'” That’s Chuck’s ending to Supernatural, EW!at least according to the latest trailer created by the show’s post-production team. And boy is it filled with familiar faces.

The new trailer for Supernatural‘s 15th and final season features a number of returns, from Chuck himself to the Mark of Cain to long-lost Winchester brother Adam — and maybe another Adam? — and, from the looks of it, Samifer. That white suit is hard to miss!

The trailer also features what looks like either an alternate world Dean (or just a Dean who’s been in the desert for a while). But when it comes to the Dean we know and love, not only do we hear him begging Sam to “please” do something, but he refuses to give Chuck the ending he wants. “That’s Chuck’s ending?” Dean says in the trailer. “No. After everything that he has put us through, I’ll be damned if I’m gonna let some glorified fanboy get the last word.”

But as Chuck says at the end of the trailer: “I can do anything. I’m a writer. Fans are gonna love it.”

The trailer also features a first look at Christian Kane on the show and so, so much more. Check out a couple key moments from the trailer below, and watch it in full above.
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Supernatural boss says there's 'a reason Kevin was in hell' from EW!
By Samantha Highfill October 17, 2019

“The joke we make is that every year we end with an apocalypse, and this year we’re starting with one.”

Supernatural co-showrunner Andrew Dabb is talking about the series’ final season, which launched last week with an action-packed episode that saw Sam (Jared Padalecki), Dean (Jensen Ackles), and Castiel (Misha Collins) work to contain the many spirits that God (Rob Benedict) freed from hell in the season 14 finale. And although they successfully completed a salt circle spell to protect the residents of Harlan, Kansas, that’s only the first step in their plan.

“It was written as a three-part premiere,” Dabb says. “This is a big problem that’s going to take a while to deal with. Step 2 is: How do you stuff the candy back into the piñata? How do you get all these ghosts down to hell, or failing that, how do you take them out in a different way? Episode 2 really revolves around our guys, with an able assist from Rowena [Ruth Connell], coming in and basically being like, ‘Okay, we can’t close up this gap that God tore in the earth, what other options do we have?’ They come across a solution in episode 2 that may not work totally but may get them a step of the way there.”

And the guys will do that with Belphagor by their side, otherwise known as the demon currently inhabiting Jack’s vessel. As Dabb puts it, “The character evolves over a number of episodes.” But Belphagor isn’t the only thing carrying over from the premiere. Much in the way that the premiere called back to the series’ pilot with a final shot that would make any Supernatural fan cry, Dabb says, “There are things in [the season] that are designed to tickle that nostalgia, if you will, much like the final shot of episode 1.” (Dabb credits the final shot in the premiere to episode director John Showalter.)

Speaking of nostalgia, episode 2 will also feature a very familiar face for Supernatural fans, because beloved prophet Kevin Tran is back (played by Osric Chau)! And this time, he’s not from an alternate universe. It’s OUR Kevin. “The last time we saw our Kevin, God was sending him to heaven,” Dabb says. “But as it turns out, God may not have been 100 percent honest about that. There’s a reason Kevin was in hell, and that will come out, to a degree at least, in the second episode.”

So it’s our Kevin, but that doesn’t mean we’re done with alternate universes. After a new trailer for the show’s final season got fans talking, Dabb says, “We are not done with alternate universes. Alternate universes are alive and well in Supernatural in season 15.”

Long story short, there’s a lot going on in Supernatural’s final season. “We’re certainly not slowing down,” Dabb says. “There are a lot of challenges coming our guys’ way. For both of our guys, there are some really hard choices to make.”
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Supernatural Boss Talks Belphagor's Agenda, Sam's Troubling Visions from TV LINE!
By Vlada Gelman / October 17 2019

TVLINE | Where did the idea for the character of Belphagor come from? Was that your way of finding some way to keep Alex [Calvert] around without bringing Jack back right away?
I think, in some ways, yes. But also, as we’ll see, this character has a bit more of an agenda, let’s just call it that, that will play into later parts of our season.

TVLINE | What did you think when you first saw the footage that was coming in? Alex looks like he’s just having a blast in this role.
Yeah, I thought he got much funnier and much more Italian. I would say those are my two biggest takeaways. Much funnier and much more like New York. Like, he talks with his hands a lot more as Belphagor.

TVLINE | Was there any direction written into the script about what the personality should be like for the character, or anything that was relayed to Alex on set?
He and I spoke about it before he started the season, and I was like, “Look, here’s kind of how we see this character, but you are a professional actor, and so we’re not going to put like too many restrictions on you. Do what you feel.” He did, and it worked out great.

TVLINE | Belphagor and the Winchesters make for unlikely bedfellows, which is not a new concept for Dean and Sam. How is it different this time?
This time, there’s a crisis at hand. A lot of times, when we introduce the bad guy who our guys then start to work with, be it Crowley or Ketch or whoever else or Rowena, they start off as an antagonist that morphs into a protagonist, basically. Belphagor, he’s there to help, guys! So I think they kind of take him at his word because they have to, because the world’s about to be overrun by ghosts. But as we’ll soon learn, there may be more to Belphagor’s story than he’s letting on.

TVLINE | Is it definitely Belphagor in there, and not someone pretending to be Belphagor?
It’s definitely Belphagor in there.

TVLINE | Being a demon, Belphagor could go and do whatever he wants to do now that he’s got this vessel. What is keeping him by Dean and Sam’s side?

He says it himself: He wants to kind of make Hell great again, or whatever you want to say, and I think there’s some honesty to that. He’s a demon who likes Hell. But at the end of the day, his version of Hell and the Hell that he wants, and the version of Hell that Sam and Dean can get behind, may be very different.

TVLINE | This week, Kevin Tran returns. What does it do to Sam, Dean and Cas to be confronted with a soul that they actually know and care about?
I think the first question is like, “Why was Kevin in Hell?” The last time we saw Kevin, God was like, “Don’t worry, I’ll help him out, I’ll send him to Heaven.” As we’ve learned and will continue to learn, God may not be the most honest person on Earth.

TVLINE | The season premiere also dropped a very tantalizing little tidbit with these weird flashes. First of all, was that Cas or Sam experiencing them, or was that just for the audience?
It was Sam experiencing them. Sam and the audience. Cas knows something’s wrong with the wound, knows he can’t heal it, but he did not see those specific visions.

TVLINE | What does Sam make of them? What did they signal to him?
I think at this point, it was a quick flash. Sam’s not quite sure what it was. He hasn’t slept in a while. I don’t think he’s looking at anything [as] this is a supernatural thing. But as they keep happening more and more, I think it’s going to dawn on him [that] this may be more than just PTSD.

TVLINE | In those glimpses, it looked like maybe an evil Sam or Sam gets his powers back, and we hear Dean’s pleading voice. Is this a vision of the future?
This is not a vision of the future, and it may not be a vision of the past. It may be just a vision.

TVLINE | There was a really lovely pilot callback at the end of the season premiere. How did that come together?

The line to echo the pilot was written in the script. But John Showalter, the director of the episode, that was his idea. And James Pickel, who edited it, they put that in seamlessly. When I saw it, like every fan, I was like, “Oh, wow, that’s amazing.” And I would like to take credit for it, but it was not my idea. It was them. It was a great, great touch, and a great way to finish that episode.
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Supernatural Season 15: Misha Collins shares a Season 14 character is returning from spnhunters
by Alexandria Ingham

During SPN Tor 2019, Misha was asked about who impressed him out of guest stars. Jake Abel was one of the names, but he also admitted that Dimitri Vantis also impressed him. Yes, Sergei is back for Season 15.

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We first and last saw Sergei in Season 14. He was the shaman who gave Castiel Gabriel’s grace to help heal Jack. It didn’t work, but it shouldn’t be surprising that Sergei is back. He did make it clear that he wanted something in return. He wanted the Winchesters’ help.

At the time, Sergei didn’t need the help of the brothers. It was a card to play in his back pocket should the situation arise. And now it sounds like the situation has arisen.

There isn’t going to be a happy reunion with the shaman, though. When the spell Sergei gave Castiel to save Jack didn’t work, he made it clear that it was just an experiment. Sergei never promised that it would save the young nephilim’s life, and Castiel promised that he would hunt down Sergei.

Of course, the shaman wasn’t phased by Castiel’s remarks. That may change now that everything has changed for Castiel and the Winchesters. So, will Sergei be there for help or to help? We’ll have to wait and see.
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There is also a finish article with spoilers from Muropaketti

They attended TorCon.

3. British Men of Lettersiin niin ikään kuulunut Mick Davies kuoli 12. tuotantokaudella, mutta häntä näytellyt Adam Fergus antoi pientä vihiä hänen hahmonsa mahdollisesta paluusta viimeisellä tuotantokaudella. Hahmonsa tarinaa ja kuolemaa hän kuvaili seuraavasti: ”Hänen kuolemansa oli jopa runollinen minulle, sillä fanit oppivat pitämään hahmosta ja lopussa hänestä tuli melko oikeudenmukainen. Minulle näyttelijänä hänen kuolemansa oli ennenaikainen, mutta samaan aikaan myös voimakas.”
Mick Davies gave hints he would be back.

13. Collins lipsautti Supernaturalissa kuuroa metsästäjää 11. ja 12. kaudella näytelleen Shoshannah Sternin palaavan sarjaan aiemmin menehtyneen Eileen Leahyn roolissa. Samalla Collins vahvisti Samin ja Deanin velipuolta, Adam Milligania, näytelleen Jake Abelin tekevän niin ikään paluun 15. kaudella.
I guess you can see who would be back. :)

16. Connell kertoo Rowenan tietynlaisen kasvutarinan saavan huipennuksen Supernaturalin viimeisellä tuotantokaudella ja hän kommentoi asiaa näin: ”En olisi voinut toivoa mitään tämän parempaa Rowenalle.”
Connell told that Rowena's sort of growing story will reach its peak on the last season. "I could not asked anything better to happen to Rowena"
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Supernatural @cw_spn Oct 14
15 years of good eats...except for the veggie bacon. Stream new episodes Fridays free only on The CW App: http://go.cwtv.com/streamSPNtw #Supernatural

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Supernatural boss says Adam isn't the only one escaping the cage from EW!
By Samantha Highfill October 23, 2019

Sam and Dean first met Adam Milligan in the fourth season of Supernatural, when he claimed to be their half-brother and John Winchester’s third son. And, spoiler alert, his story checked out. That’s why when season 5 rolled around and the apocalypse was fast approaching, Adam was able to serve as Michael’s vessel for the Biblical brother showdown between archangels Michael and Lucifer. (Michael was in Adam’s body, and Lucifer was in Sam’s.) But when Sam took it upon himself to fight Lucifer from the inside and jump into hell, all four of them — the angels and their vessels — wound up in the cage.

Castiel managed to pull Sam’s body out by the last scene of season 5 — though his soul would remain in hell for 180 years (time is different down there) — and Lucifer would escape a few seasons later. And now, it’s time for the other two to do the same. “Adam’s been a character who the fans have talked about for a long time, and we’ve talked about bringing him back for a long time,” co-showrunner Andrew Dabb tells EW. “It felt like the time now, not just because it’s our last season, but because we are dealing with God and every other archangel is dead or somewhere, so the one we’ve got left is Michael. So it made sense to bring both the characters back. I think it’s important to say that Adam’s coming back and he has his story, but Michael’s coming back too and he has a story of his own.”

Although the alternate universe’s Michael played a big part in seasons 13 and 14, this is our world’s Michael, the one who’s been in a cage for years and who, according to Belphagor, hasn’t left just yet. But he will soon. And he might not be happy with what he finds. “He’s coming back into a world where he went to try to cause an apocalypse to bring his father back, it did not work, and he’s about to find out his father came back because of these two idiots in flannel,” Dabb says of Michael. “It’s not the world he wanted to walk back into, let’s put it that way.”

Whether Michael’s return explains the two Adams in a recent trailer for season 15 is yet to be seen. (Let’s not forget Dabb also confirmed alternate universes are still at play.)
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Spoilers from TV Line!
Got any scoop on Supernatural? –RR
The show will kind of be having its own Crisis on Infinite Earths! “We will be jumping around to a couple of different worlds, some we visited before and some we haven’t,” co-showrunner Andrew Dabb reveals, “as we kind of get to the bottom of what Chuck’s been doing not just to our guys, but on a much larger multi-dimensional scale.” On a related note, the scruffy Dean spotted in this trailer is “a version of Dean not from our world, who we’ll be getting to know a little bit better in the upcoming episodes.
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Ask Ausiello: Spoilers on Supernatural, SVU, Will & Grace, The Simpsons, H50, Chi Fire, Million Little Things and More from TV Line
By Michael Ausiello

Question: Real talk, real important — will we see the Ghostfacers during Supernatural‘s final season?! I kinda miss them! —Rachel
Ausiello: There are no plans to bring back the Ghostfacers right now, but co-showrunner Andrew Dabb notes, “We haven’t finished all the episodes yet, so there could be more still to come.” In the meantime, “I think we’ll definitely see some of the Wayward [Sisters] crew,” Dabb says, before dropping this tantalizing tease: “At least one [character] we haven’t seen for 11 years [will return]. So I think there’ll be some surprises from the past and present of the show.” Hit the comments with your theories on the mystery guest! (And no, it’s not Adam.)
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Spoilers from TVLine!

Got any scoop on Supernatural? –R.R.
Things may look dire following Dean and Castiel’s big fight at the end of the last episode, but “whether it’s Dean/Cas, Dean/Sam, Sam/Cas, our guys have fought a lot and always kind of found a way back together,” co-showrunner Andrew Dabb notes. “They’re a family at the end of the day, and I think the same thing will happen here. But with that being said, it may be a rocky road.” Bonus Spoiler: Remember those weird visions Sam was experiencing in the season opener? “Once Sam realizes what’s going on here, there are a couple people he will try to reach out to, some you may be expecting, some you may be not,” Dabb teases.
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Spring air time from EW!

Supernatural will go through one final move before it’s all over. On Friday, The CW announced that the beloved drama will move to Mondays at 8 p.m. ET for its final run of episodes, beginning on March 16 and leading into the season 2 return of Roswell, New Mexico at 9 p.m. ET. Furthermore, the network revealed that Supernatural will air its series finale on Monday, May 18.
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