Supernatural is a much-loved tv series, which is coming to an end after 15 amazing seasons. We've gathered some REALLY interesting info that you just cannot miss!
It has been 15 amazing years since Dean Winchester showed up at Sam’s college asking for his help on Supernatural. Their dad was on a hunting trip and hadn’t been home in a few days. After hearing this the brothers went out. Ever since, the brothers have defeated countless monsters. But in the show’s season 14 finale, Sam and Dean were up against the most powerful villain yet: God himself. Now, the biggest question is what does the end of the world look like? Here is everything you need to know about Season 15 of 'Supernatural'.
The final season premieres Thursday, October 10 at 8 p.m. ET on the CW, and will have 20 episodes.
It has been a while since Jensen Ackles directed an episode since season 11’s “The Bad Seed,” will helm his final episode of the series in season 15. Co-showrunner Andrew Dabb revealed in the San Diego Comic-Con press room that Matt Cohen, best known for playing a young John Winchester on the show, is set to direct a final-season episode and Richard Speight Jr. will also return to direct.
It goes without saying that Jack's story is not over yet as season 14 ended with him waking up at 'The Empty' but in addition to Jack, there are a number of other faces fans can expect to see back. At the Comic-Con convention, it was mentioned that anyone who’d previously been condemned to Hell could return, including the Winchesters’ long-lost half-brother, Adam. Going by what Dabb said, "Jake Abel will reprise his role, which could mean that Adam will finally escape the cage where he’s seemingly been since the season 5 finale.
The season 14 finale ended with God killing Jack and Sam shooting towards God with the Colt. At that moment, the world went black, all the monsters Sam and Dean had killed came back, and zombies rose from their graves. In a season 14 featurette, Dabe said, "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.” In season 15, the Winchester brothers have to deal with the end of the world, but they also have to come in terms with the idea of free will. If Chuck has been pulling the strings all this time, which of their decisions were influenced by him and which did they make on their own? Robert Berens said during the show’s final Comic-Con panel, "It really opens up the theme of free will. The way that this news lands on both Sam and Dean, we’ll see them respond very differently at different points to this news. [It] puts everything they’ve done into doubt.”
Exec producer Robert Singer said in an interview, "I don't think it's a pipe dream. But I think, generally, when they make a movie of a TV show, there's a certain time lapse between the two… So I'm certainly not ruling it out. It's something I'd be interested in. I think the boys would probably love to do it. But right now, we're just trying to get through this [final] season and do it in a way that people will be happy with it."
If you live in the US you can catch Supernatural on The CW, but if you are living in the UK, you can watch the show in E4 and all episodes are available to stream on All4.
Speaking to DigitalSpy, Jared Padalecki said, "I just know I want to see my family more. If it gets to the point where the network says they need at least 15 episodes, or 18, or we can't do less than 20, then that's a question we'll figure out at the end of this year."
There is no official trailer for the final season as of now but keep an eye out for this space for updates.