TVGuide Magazine have shared their special Comic Convention covers for their July issue and Supernatural once again has a special cover – which will also be their last! View this new cover (plus check out some from previous years) by visiting the gallery.
If you missed the previous post about this year’s panel Supernatural will have their finale farewell presentation on Sunday 21 July in Hall H. The panel is set to be moderated by Rob Benedict and Richard Speight Jr.
It was announced today that Supernatural will once again return to Hall H on Sunday July 21 for their final panel – be sure to mark it in your calendars because I am sure they will do something special for this momentous occasion!
SUNDAY, JULY 21 - Supernatural (CW) 10:30-11:30 a.m., Hall H
This will be the final panel before the show goes into its 15th and final season which premieres this fall, October 10, Thursday at 8pm on the CW.
In a (heart)breaking announcement earlier today the news was shared that Supernatural will end its run with its 15th season. The news was shared by Jensen, Jared and Misha in a video of the 3 cast members thanking the fans for their support and love these past 14 years and that while the show will be ending the Supernatural Family that has been created and formed over this past decade plus will never go away. (you can watch the full video on Jared’s twitter video, Jensen uploaded the video in two halves to his Instagram page)
The show will be ending on a season of 20 episodes, bringing the total episodic count for Supernatural series to 327. Any more information on the final season will be updated to the site as it becomes available.
As some of you may remember, Jensen filmed a small role in Josh Duhamel’s directoral debut, The Buddy Games – shot in Vancouver, Canada which centers around a group of friends taking part in ‘the buddy games’ every year. The cast includes Olivia Munn, Dax Shepard, Kevin Dillon, Nick Swardson, James Roday and Dan Bakkedahl. Filmed in the summer of 2017 it is having its worldwide premiere this coming week!
The upcoming 2nd Annual Mammoth Film Festival has announced that The Buddy Games will be the closing night Gala Film on Sunday, with a QandA with the cast afterwards; below is a brief description of the movie from Mammoth Film Festival;
The film tells the story of a group of friends who reunite every year to play the Buddy Games – a wild assortment of absurd physical and mental challenges. In the process, they heal old wounds, right past wrongs, and figure out the true meaning of friendship.
We do not know yet if Jensen will be attending the event, although we hope he does, we want to wish Josh and the rest of the cast all the success on this amazing night!
Some fun and exciting news was shared today; Jensen has been chosen to reigh as King of Bacchus for Mardis Gras 2019 on Sunday, March 3. For those that are unsure of what that means many outlets have been sharing a quick history of what it means to be King;
Ackles continues a tradition started in 1969, when Bacchus introduced Danny Kaye as its first celebrity monarch. Since then, a legion of stars have held the annual honor, from Bob Hope to Kirk Douglas and from Will Ferrell to last year’s Bacchus, J.K. Simmons.
The 1,600-member Krewe of Bacchus will, as has become tradition, hit the streets of New Orleans on the Sunday night before Mardi Gras. The parade will be broadcast locally on WWL-Ch. 4 and it will be followed by the annual Bacchus Rendezvous party at the Ernest N. Morial Convention Center.
We look forward to seeing Jensen all dressed up and looking as regal and majestic and we are sure he will have an amazing time celebrating in New Orleans.
Update: Jensen took to twitter to thank fans!
Here are some tweets congratulating the King!