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'Riverdale' Cast Cover Special Comic-Con Issue of 'TV Guide' Magazine

'Riverdale' Cast Cover Special Comic-Con Issue of 'TV Guide' Magazine

The cast of Riverdale take the cover of TV Guide‘s Comic-Con issue!

The cover is one of four that showcases Warner Bros’ hit TV shows.

Other covers include the cast of Supernatural, Ruby Rose as Batwoman, and the Powerhouse Women cover, which features over 100 women from WBTV shows.

Some of those featured on the Powerhouse Women cover include Katy Keene‘s Lucy Hale and Ashleigh Murray, The Flash‘s Candice Patton and Danielle Panabaker, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow‘s Caity Lotz, Supergirl‘s Melissa Benoist, Chilling Adventures of Sabrina‘s Kiernan Shipka, LegaciesDanielle Rose Russell, Black Lightning‘s China Anne McClain, Veronica MarsKristen Bell, Riverdale‘s Camila Mendes, Lili Reinhart, Vanessa Morgan, Madelaine Petsch, and Madchen Amick, and many many more!

Fans can pick up the issue for free at the DC Warner Bros. booth (#4545 on the convention floor) at 2019 San Diego Comic-Con from July 17th until July 21st. It will also be on newsstands from July 16 until October 14, 2019, and available for purchase on TVGuideMagazine.com/comiccon!

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Jared Padalecki Hints That Sam & Dean Might Die at the End of 'Supernatural'

Jared Padalecki Hints That Sam & Dean Might Die at the End of 'Supernatural'

Jared Padalecki thinks his iconic Supernatural character might not survive the show’s series finale.

The 36-year-old actor says that the long-running series’ lead characters, Sam and Dean Winchester, might have to die when Supernatural comes to an end after its 15th season.

“If they die – I don’t know, I don’t think it’s written yet – but if they do die, I want them to die going out doing something they love that will make the world a better place,” Jared told TV Guide. “Part of me thinks that’s the only way to end Supernatural. Because if the boys were alive, they’d be hunting, and if they’re hunting, I want to see them hunting. Maybe that’s the way it goes, I don’t know.”

But just because that might be the way the show has to end doesn’t mean it’s the way Jared wants it to end.

“I want Season 15 to be a great season, obviously. It’s our last season. But I want it to feel like it’s gonna go on,” he said. “I don’t want Sam to feel like it’s the ending. I want Sam to feel like he’s still making a difference, that he’s still helping other people. And so, I don’t want it to feel like doom and gloom, too much…I want Sam to still fight, to keep fighting and keep supporting his brother and his friends and his family.”

'Supernatural' To End With 15 Seasons on The CW

'Supernatural' To End With 15 Seasons on The CW

Say it ain’t so!

The CW just announced that its’ longest running series, Supernatural, will end with the upcoming 15th season.

“Firstly, we would like to thank all the people who have been involved with the show both in front of and behind the camera. For us it has been an experience of a lifetime. The support we have had from both Warner Bros Television and The CW has been incredible. We’d like to give special thanks to Jensen, Jared and Misha for making this journey so special. It is now most important to us to give these characters that we love the send off they deserve,” executive producers Robert Singer and Andrew Dabb shared in a joint statement about the end.

Jensen added in a video, “Well, it’s official. One more round for the Winchester brothers. Though nothing ever really ends in Supernatural…does it?”

Supernatural is currently the longest-running sci-fi/genre series in the history of American broadcast television.

When the show ends, it will have aired 327 episodes.

CW Stars 'Dare to Defy' With New Inclusion & Representation Initiative

CW Stars 'Dare to Defy' With New Inclusion & Representation Initiative

The stars of your favorite CW shows are coming together to introduce a new initiative!

The network announced the campaign, called “We Defy,” on the shows’ Twitter accounts on Saturday (March 9).

“The CW’s new initiative, We Defy, reinforces the network’s commitment to inclusion and representation. #CWDareToDefy,” the captions read.

Some of the series that posted videos of their stars include Arrow, Supernatural, Charmed, The 100, The Flash, Riverdale, Jane the Virgin, and iZombie.

Check them all out and learn more below!

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'Supernatural' Co-Stars Dish on Upcoming 300th Episode!

'Supernatural' Co-Stars Dish on Upcoming 300th Episode!

The stars of Supernatural are on four different collector covers of the latest issue of Entertainment Weekly, out now.

Here’s what Jared Padalecki, Samantha Smith, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins and Jeffrey Dean Morgan had to say…

Jeffrey, on the show’s 300th episode: “Like a father would be, I’m very proud of the guys. It makes me get choked up because they’ve done so well here. Episode 300? That’s unheard of.

Jared, on John’s return: “This episode gives Sam a chance to forgive.”

Jenson, on John’s return: “For Dean, the whole episode is a dream that he doesn’t want to wake up from. But he knows he has to.”

Samantha, on the couple’s reunion: “Everything’s right in the world in this bubble of time. It’s very romantic.”

Misha, on his life changing after the season 4 premiere: “Right before my scene, [then writer] Sera [Gamble] said, ‘Your life is about to change…I was like, ‘You’re so full of yourself.’”

For more from the cast of Supernatural, head to EW.com.

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