Another update! Who knew that we would be get so much, let alone any content, during this time. This time we have behind the scenes photos from the Entertainment Weekly Cover Shoot added to the gallery – as well as a fun little video of the guys all goofing around which you can watch below.
Written by sara on April 15 2020
Written by sara on April 14 2020
And the gifts keep on coming! An additional 8HQ images from the Supernatural casts Entertainment Weekly special celebrating 15 years have been added to the gallery, as well as screencaptures from the behind the scenes video.
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Written by sara on April 14 2020
While the end of Supernatural may be postponed for the time being it is still very much on people’s minds – more so today with the release of a beautiful shoot and article from Entertainment Weekly. Images from the shoot have been added to the gallery; I will be adding screencaptures from the behind the scenes video shortly.
The shoot took place in Miami last August, as the cast had just begun production on the final season – looking at these photos and the special behind the scenes video, it is clear to see it was both a fun and emotional. day.
Written by sara on April 11 2020
During this strange time many shows have suspended production with airing shows taking unexpected hiatuses (Supernatural is an example) – as a way to get some entertainment and fun back into peoples lives, while staying safe at the same time, Jeffrey Dean Morgan and wife Hilarie are going to be hosting a brand new show from their farm in New York, Friday Night In with the Morgans on AMC.
Alongside doctors, friends and some of Jeffrey’s The Walking Dead co-stars Jensen and Danneel will both be appearing via video chat from their home in Austin, Texas for the very first episode which is due to air on Friday 17th April! Below is a press release from AMC giving an idea of what this experiemtnal new show will be like;
Friday Night In with The Morgans, a half-hour video-chat-based show hosted by Jeffrey Dean Morgan (The Walking Dead) and his wife Hilarie Burton Morgan (One Tree Hill) from their farm in upstate New York. Friday Night In with The Morgans premieres Friday, April 17 at 10:00pm/9c on AMC. Guests include Christian Serratos (Selena: The Series, The Walking Dead), Sarah Wayne Callies (Council of Dads, Unspeakable, Colony, The Walking Dead), Mark Duplass (The League), Katie Aselton (The League, Legion), Jensen Ackles (Supernatural) and his wife Danneel Ackles (One Tree Hill), the couple who introduced the Morgans, as well as family friend and local physician Dr. Sharagim Kemp.
Each episode will have a free-flowing, raw feel featuring unfiltered conversation about how we’re all getting through this unprecedented moment, as this charismatic couple connect with friends, neighbors, animals and the broader community of fans. Each week they will come together for conversations about how they are handling life in quarantine, practically helping communities, finding joy and even humor in these unprecedented times, entertaining themselves, and others, while in isolation – all done via video chat.AMC Networks
Written by sara on March 24 2020
Screencaptures for the latest episode, Destiny’s Child, have now been added to the gallery;
Unfortunately, due to circumstances surrounding the Coronavirus/Covid-19 pandemic Supernatural will be taking an unexpected hiatus for the foreseeable future. Andrew Dabb shared the news on his Twitter page on Monday ahead of the episode airing;
Due to the shutdown, this will be our last episode for awhile. Stay well, stay safe, and we’ll see you on the other side.Andrew Dabb
Clarification: We have filmed through episode 18, however our visual effects and sounds departments have closed because of the outbreak. So, right now, the episodes can’t be finished. However, have some special treats coming along the way – to help us all get through this.
And yes, we, the CW, and Warner Bros fully intend to return and finish the series.It’s not a matter of “if”, it’s a matter of “when”.
Written by sara on March 14 2020
On Friday it was announced that, due to Coronavirus COVID-19, Warner Bros Television Group would be halting production on 70+ of their shows, both in production and upcoming, including Supernatural. At the time of this announcement there are no confirmed cases of anyone from any of their shows being infected with COVID-19 but this is a precaution that Warner Bros Media is taking (as are lots of other networks etc) to put the health and safety of the casts and crew as top priority.
There has been no information on how long this will last but when Supernatural does return to production it will to resume the filming of the last two episodes of the final season.