The "Supernatural" Cast And Crew Just Wrapped Filming After 15 Seasons, And I'm Weeping Over Here
Alexa, play "Carry On My Wayward Son."
It's the end of an era — Supernatural has officially wrapped filming after 15 emotional, hilarious, and monumental seasons.
The series finale was originally supposed to air earlier this year, however the coronavirus pandemic caused production to shut down.
And just a few weeks ago, the cast and crew were able to get back to their set in Vancouver and finish filming the final two episodes.
Now, the cast finished filming yesterday after 15 years, and I just want to curl up in the backseat of the Impala and weep.
Here's how the cast and crew celebrated the end of an era on social media:
Jensen Ackles posted this heartfelt Instagram before the final day began where he said, "'Thank you' doesn't cover it":
Jared Padalecki shared this selfie on his way to set and thanked everyone for the "incredible amount of love and support":
Mark Sheppard, who brought Crowley to life, reflected on how so much of his life is "entwined in this show":
Danneel Ackles shared these beautiful photos of Jensen and reiterated that even though Supernatural is ending, "the love that has been created within the story is eternal":
Samantha Smith, who played Mary Winchester, said she will miss seeing the Supernatural cast and crew all in one place:
Basically, I'm already crying over having to say goodbye to this show and I hope these last seven episodes "kick it in the ass."
Supernatural returns with its final episodes on Oct. 8 at 8 p.m. ET/7 CT on The CW.
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