Mark Pedowitz Still Vows to Make Ending of ‘Supernatural’ Special

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In a recently published podcast with Variety titled “Strictly Business,” the President of The CW, Mark Pedowitz, has vowed to still make Supernatural‘s ending a big one.

Pedowitz discussed many things in the podcast, including the show as well as the production shutdown, which disrupted what was to be the massive ending to the 15-year long franchise.

Speaking of Supernatural specifically, Pedowitz talked about the show having two episodes left to film, around 3 weeks, and that Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles are ready to go. Pedowitz seems optimistic that by the end of August/beginning of September, they’ll be able to complete the final two episodes.

Fans can rest easy that The CW is still wanting to make the end of Supernatural special for everyone. Pedowitz goes on to state, “Take the negative of what happened, turn it into a positive. We have put together a fabulous tribute to 15 years of the series… and it is great. We plan to make an event out of it.” He also says he’s sad to see it go, and that the guys have been great.

You can listen to the entire podcast on Apple Podcasts, Spotify, and anywhere else podcasts are available.

 

 

 

 

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