There’s a lot of things that have taken a hit thanks to the COVID-19 pandemic. One of them, somewhere on the list, is the interruption to the final season of Supernatural. Originally, the series was supposed to end in May 2020. Due to the COVID-19 production shutdown, however, that obviously did not happen.
While most of the final season was shot, there was still more shooting plus special effects to do. Now, however, the CW knows when these final episodes will hit out airwaves.
According to EW, the final seven episodes of Supernatural will start airing on Thursday, Oct. 8 and will air the series finale on Thursday, Nov. 19. The network will also make a special for the long-running flagship CW series entitled Supernatural: The Long Road Home.
Supernatural will keep its 8/7c timeslot. Except on the week of Nov. 19, then the series finale will be at 9/8c with the special airing before it.
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