So yeah, you read the header correctly: the demon-slaying series joins the greats in TV heaven soon, as The CW’s Supernatural ends after 15 seasons, with the series finale airing May 18th. The 15-year-airing horror drama stars Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki and Misha Collins, with guest stars including The Walking Dead‘s Lauren Cohen and Jeffrey Dean Morgan.
Is this the end of the fandom? Is The CW breaking up our happy family? Well, here’s what Collins had to say about that:
In case you’re wondering, I did text that number, which responds with an automated message that sends you to a internet form to fill out, and then you get a text to talk. I asked Collins what he could tell me about new Supernatural-related projects… but got no response as of this writing. Hopefully you guys will have better luck.
So what’s next? To begin with, The Wrap confirms that on March 23rd, Genevieve Padalecki (above) & Danneel Ackles (below), who also happen to be married to the show’s stars, will be returning for the latest Supernatural episode, titled “Destiny’s Child,” following the show’s move to Mondays on March 16.
Here’s the official synopsis of that episode, courtesy of The CW:
A search for the one thing that may give the Winchesters an edge against God leads Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) to Jo’s (guest star Danneel Ackles) door and to a secret that may have died with Ruby (guest star Genevieve Padalecki). Meanwhile, Castiel (Misha Collins) asks Jack (Alexander Calvert) to do the unthinkable to help the brothers in their quest.
Are you sad Supernatural is ending after 15 seasons? Are you hoping for the best on Misha Collins’s next project to keep the fandom together? Drop us a comment below, and be sure to follow Noah on Twitter at @HMZHorror for your horror away from horror!