It’s the end of the road. The final episode of Supernatural airs tonight, will you be watching?
This is it. The final episode of Supernatural airs tonight. Here’s how not to miss it.
It was a long time coming and got pushed back, but the end of the road is finally here. Even though last week’s episode made for what seemed to be a final episode, there’s still one thing left for us to see. Co-showrunner Robert Singer gave a hint as to what that might be in a recent Entertainment Weekly article.
Tonight’s airing is a two-hour presentation with the first part featuring interviews with the cast and crew.
So even with Jack as the new God and all the people back on Earth, it seems monsters are still around. There’s at least one more monster left to fight for the Winchesters.
What’s interesting about the last episode is that it seems to focus on just the brothers. While Dean and Sam were all about found family with one of the most famous lines from the show being “Family don’t end with blood,” is that it comes down to just the two of them. It started with Dean and Sam and will end with them as well — and, of course, hearing Carry On Wayward Son one last time.
Last week’s episode was emotional. The ending montage was heartbreaking and joyful. It featured characters you cheered for and others you rooted hard against. But all of them is what made Supernatural the beast that it was.
It is hard saying goodbye to friends, ones that many fans have watched grow for 16 years. And even though we know the end is here, many of us certainly aren’t ready for it.
However, Supernatural fans have each other’s back and the love for the show will continue to flourish for others as the show is available on Netflix.
While we don’t have the specifics on the final episode, we know we have one more ride left with Baby.
Supernatural Season 15, Episode 19 synopsis and tune-in details
Here’s how you can watch the final episode of Supernatural with a synopsis of the final episode:
After 15 seasons, the longest running sci fi series in the US is coming to an end. Baby, it’s the final ride for saving people and hunting things.
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