With production beginning on the final two episodes of Supernatural, it was only just a matter of time before the premiere date for the last seven episodes would be announced. The CW has announced the last batch of episodes of their longest-running series will begin on Thursday, October 8, with the series finale aimed to air on Thursday, November 19.
According to Entertainment Weekly, there will also be an hour-long “finale special” titled Supernatural: The Long Road Home scheduled to air at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT, followed by the series finale.
Supernatural aired the first 13 episodes of its final season, with the following five already being filmed, before production was put on hold due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Cast and crew go back this week to film the last two episodes of the season. Jared Padalecki will then film the Walker reboot, set to premiere sometime during midseason in 2021 on The CW and Jensen Ackles announced he will be joining the cast of Amazon Prime’s The Boys for season three.
Catch the final seven episodes of Supernatural starting October 8 at 8 p.m. ET/7 p.m. CT on The CW, and watch the journey come to a close on November 19 with the series finale. You can catch up on all 15 seasons of Supernatural on Netflix now before the series returns.
Keep a look out on special articles we’ll have for the final episodes!