You have not seen the last of “Supernatural” after its November 2020 series ending. In 2021, Due date reported that “The Winchesters,” a prequel series fixated John and Mary Winchester’s romance, remained in the works at The CW. Initial “Supernatural” star Jensen Ackles went to the opening night screening of the “The Winchesters” pilot on Oct. 9 at New York City Comic Con (where POPSUGAR was on hand) and shared much more information about the program, consisting of the significant star (and long time pal of Ackles) who will enter the function of Mary’s dad, Samuel Campbell, and whether fans can anticipate to see any extra familiar faces from “Supernatural” on the program.
The program originates from Ackles’s production business with his partner Danneel Ackles, Mayhem Device Productions. Jensen, obviously, represented Dean Winchester on “Supernatural.” Signing Up With Jensen and Danneel is previous “Supernatural” co-executive manufacturer Robbie Thompson, who is set to compose and co-executive produce the prequel series. After “Supernatural” covered its 15th season, fans thought the legend wasn’t truly over. “Due to the fact that like we state in the program, ‘Absolutely nothing ever truly ends, does it?'” Jensen formerly informed Due date. “When Danneel and I formed Mayhem Device Productions, we understood the very first story we wished to inform was the story of John and Mary Winchester, or rather the ‘Supernatural’ origin story. I constantly seemed like my character, Dean, would have needed to know more about his moms and dads’ relationship and how it became. So I like the idea of having him take us on this journey.”
Ahead, we have actually broken down whatever we understand about “The Winchesters” ahead of its best, consisting of the plot, the cast, release date, trailer, and the “Supernatural” Twitter drama.
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