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'Supernatural' Creator Talks About the Ending He Would Have Given the Show

Eric Kripke, the creator of the beloved The CW series Supernatural, is opening up about the show’s series finale.

If you didn’t know, Kripke originally developed the series for just three seasons and then expanded it to five seasons following the success of the show. He departed as showrunner after season five and the series continued for a whopping ten more seasons.

Eric told Entertainment Weekly that he had a long talk with series star Jensen Ackles and co-showrunners Andrew Dabb and Bob Singer about the ending.

“It was interesting, they pitched it to me and I went off to think about it for a couple days, and admittedly, me being me, I spent some time thinking, ‘Okay, is there any other ending I would pitch back that I think is better?’” Eric said. “And I spent a couple days trying to chase down a couple avenues and couldn’t come up with anything better. So I went back and I was like, ‘Guys I think it’s the right one.’ There’s some substance to it but there’s something emotional, I think there’s a positive energy around it.”

Eric was asked about how he would’ve ended things and he doesn’t think fans would’ve been happy.

“But I can assure the fans that my ending was so much darker than the ending they’re going with, so anyone who’s like, ‘Kripke should’ve ended it,’ I’m like, ‘You would’ve hated my ending!,’” he said. “Because it was a horror movie and it was going to have a horror movie ending, so I can promise you the ending [they went with] you’ll love much more than if you had let me end the show.”

Fans were not happy about a moment that was left out of the series finale, which they were hoping to see.

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Jensen Ackles Felt 'Uneasy' with the 'Supernatural' Series Finale, 'Struggled' with the Ending

Jensen Ackles is opening up about the series finale of his beloved The CW series Supernatural and how he felt “uneasy” with the way things ended.

The 42-year-old actor, who played the role of Dean for the past 15 seasons, opened up to Entertainment Weekly about the day he learned about the ending.

SPOILER ALERT: Click here to find out what happened in the series finale episode!

Jensen and co-star Jared Padalecki decided to go to the writers room ahead of the start on production for season 15, where they learned what would happen to their characters.

“Yeah, so, during the hiatus between season 14 and 15, Jared and I went out to LA and sat down in the writers room, which I think is the first time we’ve ever done that,” Jensen said. “It wasn’t like a brainstorming session. It was like, this is what we have, take it or leave it. And I just walked out of there kind of uneasy. I don’t know if it was just the fact that I just heard the ending of a show that had been going for 15 years and I’m just too close to it to really accept a finality to it.”

Jensen added, “It certainly wasn’t settling in as easy as I kind of hoped. I struggled with it.”

He then spoke about the conversation he had with series creator Eric Kripke about the final season. He said, “He just kind of put things in a perspective that really helped me kind of identify why I was having trouble with it. But also why it was a really great idea for an ending. And so from then on, I was kind of all in.”

Find out why fans are not happy with what happened on the series finale.

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'Supernatural' Fans React to No Destiel Moment in the Series Finale & They're Not Happy - Read Tweets!

Fans are not happy by something that was left out of the series finale of The CW’s Supernatural, which just aired.

Two weeks ago, Misha Collins‘ character Castiel was killed off, but first he confessed his love for Jensen Ackles‘ Dean.

This relationship is one that fans have been writing into fan fiction for years and since it actually came true on the series, it officially became “canon.” But, since Castiel was killed off right after the moment happened, fans felt cheated of a relationship they hoped to see explored in the series.

Many fans were hoping to see Castiel make a return in the series finale so they could receive closure to the “Destiel” storyline, but they didn’t get their wish.

Click inside to see what lots of fans are saying about the finale… More Here! »

The 'Supernatural' Series Finale Had a Devastating Death Scene - Get the Spoilers

SPOILER ALERT – The series finale of Supernatural just aired and this post contains spoilers from the episode!

It’s the end of an era because The CW’s series Supernatural is officially over following the emotional series finale that just aired.

There’s so much to break down from the episode, but we’ll just focus on the major death that happened.

We don’t want to spoil anything for anyone scrolling by this post on the main page, so this is your final warning to stop reading before we start talking about THAT moment.

Click inside to find out what happened… More Here! »

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The CW Has Released 9 Photos from the 'Supernatural' Series Finale & We're Already Emotional

The series finale of Supernatural will be airing in just a few days and The CW has released some photos from the last episode ever.

It has been over 15 years since the series began and “Carry On” will mark the 327th and final episode of the beloved show, which stars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles.

Co-showrunner Andrew Dabb previously told TVLine that a “big chunk of our mythology” was wrapped up in last week’s episode.

The series finale “is more character-based and is more concerned with Sam, Dean and this family they’ve built around them than it is with figuring out the Case of the Week.”

Dabb added, “Sam and Dean started this journey together, and they are ending this journey together. Do they end it in the same place? Do they end it in the same way? Are they both on the same page when it ends? That remains to be seen in the last episode. But the show started about these two guys, and it ends about these two guys.”

You can catch the final episode of Supernatural on Thursday (November 19) at 9/8c on The CW.

Supernatural actor Misha Collins just confirmed something that happened to his character Castiel in his final episode.

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Misha Collins Confirms 'Destiel' is Canon, Says Castiel Made a 'Homosexual Declaration of Love'

Misha Collins is opening up about his final scene on Supernatural, in which his character Castiel confessed his love for Jensen Ackles‘ character Dean and then died moments later.

Fans have been debating if the “Destiel” moment is considered canon, which means that it actually happened in the fictional universe of the story, unlike fan fiction.

Well, now Misha is confirming that that moment was indeed canon!

During a Zoom call this weekend, Misha talked about the scene. He said, “Castiel tells Dean he loves him and like basically makes Destiel canon. Fans are kind of freaking out over that. And then to complicate matters, he dies right after that. So Castiel makes this homosexual declaration of love, which is amazing that that happens, and then he dies right after, which plays into a timeless Hollywood trope of kill the gays. We give and then we take away.”

To learn about why Castiel had to die after confessing his love, check out our spoilers post for the episode.

Misha previously reacted to his character’s heartbreaking ending in a post-episode interview.

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Misha Collins Reacts to Castiel's Heartbreaking Ending on 'Supernatural' (Spoilers)

Last night’s episode of Supernatural had a shocking death that followed an incredibly emotional revelation for Misha Collins‘ character Castiel.

The character was killed off the show after confessing his love for Dean, who is played by Jensen Ackles. If you’re not an avid watcher of the show, here’s a quick recap of what led to this death: Castiel made a deal with The Entity to allow him to live his life until the moment he’s truly happy. While being faced with the possibility of being killed alongside Dean, Castiel takes his own life by revealing his true feelings for Dean and ultimately reaching that moment of happiness.

People are debating if #Destiel is actually “canon,” which means that it actually happened in the fictional universe of the story, unlike fan fiction.

“I think Castiel’s ending on the show is really just what I would have wanted. I knew the ending that he was going to meet with for about a year, and I was really happy about it. And I’m still happy about it,” Misha said in an interview with Entertainment Tonight. “I’m really curious to see how the audience responds to the end for Cas. But it feels important. It feels like it makes his arc on the show meaningful, not just in terms of the mythology of the show, but in terms of a message for the greater world and our particular moment in history. I’m very happy with it.”

Misha also talked about his last days on set for the show’s final season.

“It was sad. I mean, it was something that, it didn’t come as a surprise. We’ve all had a lot of time, a lot of warning about the end coming and we see scripts far enough in advance we know more specific details of how our characters are going to finish on the show. But Castiel’s last scene in the show was also my last scene shooting. So it had this double poignancy for me. I was saying goodbye to the cast and the crew at the same time that they were saying goodbye to Castiel,” he said.

The series finale of Supernatural airs on November 19.

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