Supernatural we had to wait a little longer to say goodbye. Season 15 was the last season of the long-running show featuring Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki. Pandemic coronavirus (COVID-19) delayed production on the last two programs. They fired at the end of the series with some modifications due to safety protocols. However, presenter Andrew Dabb says the endgame plan has not changed since last year.
Dabb spoke to Showbiz Cheat Sheet on the last phone of the series Supernatural. He explained how they came up with the idea for the end and how they stuck to it. Supernatural air Thursday night at 8pm on the CW.
How they decided to end ‘Supernatural’
Supernatural has gone further than the CW expected. CW President Mark Pedowitz tells the Association of Television Critics every year that it would update Supernatural while they wanted to keep going. So it was after season 14 that Dabb had the big speech.
“The end is always the end,” Dabb said. “It simply came to our notice then. There is no shaving. There is no question mark. It’s time at the end of the sentence and that’s how we wanted it to be. ”