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Jensen Ackles & Jared Padalecki Dish On Coronavirus Safety On 'Supernatural' Set

Jensen Ackles & Jared Padalecki Dish On Coronavirus Safety On 'Supernatural' Set

The stars of Supernatural are opening up about the safety measures that were taken while filming the final episodes of the series.

Jensen Ackles dished that going to the set was safer than going home!

“Everybody was taking it very seriously,” he told Variety.

“I would say being on set was safer [than] going home to my apartment, because everybody’s getting tested, everybody was healthy and was checked on such a frequent basis you knew that there was nobody carrying the disease,” Jensen added. “I’m being very cautious, and I would have felt comfortable hugging the crew members, just because I know that everybody was so diligently safe.”

Jared Padelecki dished that everyone was taking it very seriously, otherwise, “It would have been shutting down production and putting people out of work again, so everybody was more careful than they were required.”

“We all felt the importance. We weren’t going out on weekends,” he said.

In case you missed it, see what the guys said on the final day of filming the entire series.

The Cast of 'Supernatural' Wrap on Final Day of Filming For The Series

The Cast of 'Supernatural' Wrap on Final Day of Filming For The Series

The stars of Supernatural have finished filming the long-running series.

Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki, Misha Collins and Alexander Calvert all shared messages on social media on their final day of filming their show.

“the end has no end,” Alexander simply tweeted.

“#ThankYouSupernatural. You’ve changed my life in so many ways and you changed the world for the better,” Misha wrote. “Fight on.”

Jared and Jensen both shared long, heartfelt and emotional messages on their accounts. You might want to grab a tissue!

“Well, here goes… I write this as I head to my last day of #Supernatural. My last day with #SamWinchester. Obviously, my head is spinning and my emotions are stratospheric, but there’s still a bit of time left on the clock,” Jared wrote on Instagram. “Thank y’all SO MUCH for the incredible amount of love and support that’s been headed our way, in these final hours. It’s definitely been felt. I’ll check in soon, but, for now, #WeHaveWorkToDo #spnfamily”

“Woke up at 6am this morning. That alarm went off with a heavy tone. Today is the final day of a 15 year journey. One that has changed my life forever,” Jensen shared. “To those I have worked with on this journey and to those who have watched and supported…you will never understand my great appreciation for you. ‘Thank you’ doesn’t cover it. There just aren’t words.”

“I’m so grateful for these memories that I will carry with me forever. What a ride it has been. And what a run,” he added. “#spnfamilyforever here are a few shots from our final days…including today. I’ll try and send more later, but in true SPN form…we are in the middle of ‘nowhere’ and have zero service. Go figure. Stay tuned.”

The final batch of episodes of Supernatural will kick off on October 8th. Check out the teaser trailer here!

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New Teaser Trailer Offers Glimpse at Final Episodes of 'Supernatural' - Watch Now!

New Teaser Trailer Offers Glimpse at Final Episodes of 'Supernatural' - Watch Now!

We now have an extended teaser trailer for the upcoming final episodes of Supernatural!

The CW released the new video on Monday (August 31), getting fans excited (and sad) for the new episodes.

Supernatural‘s 15th and final season will come to an end this fall, with the last episodes premiering on October 8th.

The series will finish off with a two hour finale event, with the Supernatural: The Long Road Home special airing right before the very last episode on November 19th.

In case you missed it, the stars of Supernatural recently began filming on the last few episodes, with Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki sharing emotional messages as they started work on the series finale.


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Jared Padelecki & Jensen Ackles Start Filming 'The End' of 'Supernatural'

Jared Padelecki & Jensen Ackles Start Filming 'The End' of 'Supernatural'

The stars of Supernatural have started filming the series finale!

Cast and crew got back to work on the final episodes of the long-running series just over a week ago.

Now, stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles have shared notes on starting the last episode.

“As I head out to the first day on my LAST season finale, I can’t help but be incredibly grateful for all that #Supernatural and the #SPNFamily mean to me. It’s been an incredible journey, to say the least. I, for one, am hoping that #SupernaturalNeverDies,” Jared wrote along with a selfie on Instagram.

“It’s gonna be a rough 2 weeks. @cw_supernatural #seriesfinale,” Jensen captioned a video on his account, to which co-star Misha Collins commented, “Don’t make me cry. Again.”

“So last night, we completed 326 episodes of Supernatural. At the very end of every one of those scripts are three words: ‘To be continued,’” Jensen says in his video.

“Today, we start episode 327, and at the very bottom of the very last page of this script, there are only two words,” he says before holding up the script that reads, “The end.”

“Happy Friday everybody,” Jensen emotionally added.

The final episodes of Supernatural will premiere on Thursday, October 8th.

'Supernatural' Begins Filming On Final Episodes, First CW Series To Do So

'Supernatural' Begins Filming On Final Episodes, First CW Series To Do So

Supernatural has begun filming on Tuesday (August 18) in Vancouver, Canada!

According to Deadline, the long-running CW show turned on their cameras for the final two episodes of it’s fifteenth season, after Warner Bros TV reached a deal with local unions to resume production.

The day before, The CW announced the fall premiere date for Supernatural‘s last seven episodes. See when it returns here!

The resuming of filming marks the first for a CW series in Vancouver since the pandemic shut down productions back in March. Riverdale showrunner Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa announced that their show has gone into pre-production in the city.

After he’s finished filming on the last two episodes of Supernatural, Jared Padalecki is set to begin filming on his new CW show Walker, the Walker, Texas Ranger reboot.

In case you missed it, Jensen Ackles has landed his first post-Supernatural role!

The CW Reveals Fall Premiere Dates For 'Supernatural,' 'Pandora' & More!

The CW Reveals Fall Premiere Dates For 'Supernatural,' 'Pandora' & More!

Supernatural‘s final episodes have a premiere date!

The CW has revealed that the long-running fan favorite series will return on Thursday, October 8th, for it’s final seven episodes.

Along with Supernatural‘s return, the network has also revealed all of the fall premiere dates that are coming up in the next couple of months.

New series World’s Funniest Animals will premiere on September 18th, with the 2020 iHeartRadio Music Festival airing on September 27th and 28th.

Pandora‘s second season will premiere on Sunday, October 4th, with Swamp Thing making it’s broadcast premiere on Tuesday, October 6th.

Another new show, Devils will make it’s debut on Wednesday, October 7th, followed by the season two premiere of Coroner. The next night will be Supernatural‘s return, followed by The Outpost‘s third season premiere.

Check out the 2021 airing schedule, when the Arrowverse shows and more will return. Stay tuned for exact dates!

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The CW Reveals Schedule For 2020/2021 Season

The CW Reveals Schedule For 2020/2021 Season

The CW has just announced when all of your favorite shows will be coming back!

The network unveiled the schedule for the Fall 2020/2021 season, which will actually kick off in January 2021, Deadline reports.

CW President Mark Pedowitz shared that the late start won’t affect the number of episodes, and the episodes that weren’t able to be filmed due to productions being shut down, will be filmed and included in the new seasons.

Most shows will continue with the same dates and times, with a few changes.

New shows Superman & Lois and Walker have been inserted into the schedule. Superman & Lois will air on Tuesday nights after The Flash, and Walker has taken over Supernatural‘s Thursday night time slot.

Another notable change is Charmed, which will move from Friday nights back to it’s original Sunday nights, taking the place of Supergirl, which is being put on hold, likely due to Melissa Benoist‘s pregnancy.

Supernatural‘s final episodes will also be filmed and those will air this fall in it’s regular time slot, Thursday night at 8/7c.

No word yet on when just announced Kung Fu and Republic of Sarah will air.

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