Supernatural is coming to an end and the final trailer makes us want for more. The long-running series’ final episodes are all set to land before the years’ end. The fifteenth season was earlier cut short because of the production shutdowns.
More seven episodes are coming and two more being filmed as we speak. The new final episode’s trailer promises an emotional run to the series finale, plenty of trouble, and a lot to consider.
Watch the trailer below!
Here’s everything you need to know about the upcoming episode!
Supernatural: The Unprecedented Emotional Turn!
Things have taken an emotional turn and I think we will be seeing more of it at the end. In the trailer, we saw that Sam told Dean that Dean protected him his entire life. Sam further says, “it’s the only thing I’ve ever known that was true.” Dena always has been protecting Sam and nothing has been more important to him than his brother’s safety.
In the trailer, we saw Sam giving this speech to Dean and both the brothers are crying. This might be happening as Sam wants to protect Dean from something but he is resisting.
The series has also shown flashbacks many times. The trailer also shows a flashback scene. The brothers’ childhood might reflect in a way we cannot see coming right now. It might play an important role. The trailer teases a possibility with a greater link than we can imagine.
What will happen to Castiel?
The trailer also makes us worry about Castiel than anything else. Misha Collins is crying like anything in one scene. This seems like a huge Cas/Dean scene. Additionally, the deal with The Empty is not over yet and they will have to fulfill it at all costs. Cas might have the pay the price sooner than we expected.
The series is all set to return after a long midseason hiatus. The CW will sir the remaining episode from Thursday, October 8 at 8 p.m. ET. The series much-awaited finale will land on Thursday, November 19 at 9 p.m. ET. This finale will follow a retrospective special called Supernatural: The Long Way Home. The CW had wrapped many of their series in a similar way.
The CW’s most of the line-up is not getting back soon until 2021. Also, CBS and NBC are holding some of their biggest shows until November. This will also make Supernatural’s final a must-see and gather more audience.
The series end will also feature Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles on the small screen playing the Winchester bros. Padalecki is also set to star in Walker, Texas Ranger’s updated version, another CW series. Jensen Ackles will reunite with Supernatural creator Eric Kripke for Amazon Prime’s ‘The Boys’ season 3.
We will bring more details very soon. Until then, stay tuned and keep reading for all the latest updates!