Sam, Dean, and Castiel are ready for one final battle with God himself in the final season of Supernatural premiering October 10 on The CW.
It has been the ride of a lifetime with the Winchesters in the Impala, but sadly as it was announced back in March, Supernatural season 15 will be the final season of the hit series. That means we will be bidding goodbye to them after 15 glorious seasons of saving people and hunting things.
By the looks of it, Supernatural season 15 is going to be more epic than anything on the series ever.
During the Season 14 finale, the brothers pissed off Chuck aka God himself and he decided that it is time to end the story and unleash all the souls out of hell. He also killed Jack who seems to be in the empty hatching some kind of plan with Billie the reaper as once death said that even God is not immune to him.
Supernatural season15 premieres Oct.10 on The CW in its regular 8 p.m. timeslot.
The CW also released a very biblical poster last week during Supernatural Day.
The final season will have 20 episodes, which will bring the series to a total of 327 episodes over its 15-year run.
The CW also just shared the trailer for the final season! Check out the final trailer for the season below!
The world is most certainly ending as we saw in the latest Supernatural trailer, and a lot of old monsters that Sam and Dean killed, like Bloody Mary, are back for one last round.
As far as returning characters go, we don’t know if Mark Sheppard will be back as Crowley or Jeffrey Dean Morgan will be back as John Winchester.
We do know that Jack Abel will be back as Adam, the long lost Winchester brother who was last seen in season 5 and has been in the cage with Michael ever since. Season 15 has left the door wide open for anything and literally anything to happen and anyone to return.
God himself is the big bad, and that also just screams for a return of Amara, God’s sister aka The Darkness.
As far as the ending goes, Ackles has revealed that pretty much everybody is on board for the ending, including series creator Eric Kripke, according to Entertainment Weekly. He also said it is a very satisfying ending, although he also revealed that he struggled for a week or so after finding out the brothers’ ending.
The first 14 seasons of Supernatural are streaming on Netflix. Watch the premiere on Netflix on Thursday, Oct. 10.