New ‘Supernatural’ Poster Unveiled: “Good Times. Bad Times. End Times.”

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“Good times. Bad times. End times.” Sad times.

Supernatural has continued to bombard fans with content leading up to the debut of the first episode of the second half of the season after the COVID-19 Hellatus. Yesterday, a clip from the upcoming episode was released as well as a recap video covering the events of the first half of season 15. Today, The CW has unveiled yet another poster advertising the end that gives us all the feels.

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The poster shows Baby on a dirt road flanked by cornfields on both sides. The Winchesters’ figures are visible as they drive away, the sky illuminated by a ring of fire. In true Winchester fashion, the caption reads “Good times. Bad times. End times.” — it wouldn’t be Supernatural with a good ol’ classic rock reference. The lyrics to Led Zepplin’s “Good Times Bad Times” prove to be an oddly fitting ballad for the Winchesters’ lives and what lies ahead in their future:

In the days of my youth
I was told what it was to be a man
Now I’ve reached the age
I’ve tried to do all those things the best I can
No matter how I try
I find my way to do the same old jam
Good times, bad times
You know I had my share
Supernatural is set to return very soon with the first of the final seven episodes debuting on October 8! If you haven’t already, check out our series taking a look back at some of your favorite Supernatural characters, theories for the show’s end, and the most recently released trailer!

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By Kenedi
Kenedi is a college student with her sights set on attending medical school. When she isn't hard at work, Kenedi enjoys reading, watching her favorite shows, and listening to music. Some of her favorite fandoms include Supernatural, One Tree Hill, Bones, Abbott Elementary, Percy Jackson, and Scrubs.
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