Supernatural Season 15 – Production Might Be Delayed Due To COVID-19 Pandemic

The producer of Supernatural, Andrew Dabb, just assured fans of the CW show, that they will have the end of the final season now, despite the new coronavirus outbreak, and people being in lockdown.

Even though everything is shut down, Supernatural producer promises fans that season 15 will get its end at the already-set date. The CW is currently airing its final season. The show stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki as the Winchester brothers, they are some ghost hunters, who carry on the family business. They are not only hunting ghosts, but also vampires, demons, werewolves, and other monsters. They also have an angel friend named Castiel.

Supernatural first found its way to the TV back in 2005, and it’s one of these longest-running dramas out there. It first started on WB, before moving to the CW. The TV show will soon end, after its 15th season. The last episode aired is called Destiny’s Child, and it’s the 13th of a planned 20-episode season.

Details on the Supernatural Season 15

After the coronavirus outbreak, and shut down productions, fans didn’t know if the season will meet its end and as it was scheduled to. We don’t know what will happen with many of the shows out there right now.

Many productions have shut down. Netflix has shut down its movies, and TV shows productions. Some were able to work on pre-production and post-production from home, but others, like the team behind Supernatural, don’t have this kind of luck. The visual effects and the sound needed in the TV show require special software and equipment, that’s not really accessible from home.

This piece of news actually comes as a breath of fresh air for Supernatural fans everywhere who were not sure if they will be able to finish the story this year. And it’s understandable, after 15 years, fans want a proper farewell for the main characters and their favorite show.