Supernatural To Officially End After The 15th Season Ι Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles and Misha Collins announced that Supernatural will end alongside ‘Arrow’ in the 2019-2020 broadcast season.
They posted a video to Twitter on Friday afternoon saying that the upcoming 15th season of the show will in fact be its last.
“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 sendoff they deserve,” exec producers Robert Singer and Andrew Dabb said in a joint statement.
Padalecki tweeted the video out, saying that he wanted to make sure the fans heard it from them first, and not from another source. “Hey #SPNFamily,” he wrote, “Here’s a little message from Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, and me. I’m so grateful for the family that’s been built because of the show. Excuse me while I go cry.”
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. pic.twitter.com/QDXDsAyIfK
— Jared Padalecki (@jarpad) March 22, 2019
Supernatural is currently averaging a 0.8 rating among the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demographic and 2.4 million total viewers with seven days of delayed viewing. It still performs better than more than half of The CW’s lineup, including previously renewed series Black Lightning, Legends of Tomorrow and Arrow
Supernatural has been the longest-running show in the history of The CW, on the air for more than 300 episodes. The incredible run is finally coming to end.
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