Supernatural Co-showrunner Robert Singer Teases What to Expect from Series Finale

Supernatural Co-showrunner Robert Singer Teases What to Expect from the Series Finale

Supernatural series finale is finally upon us!

After 15 amazing years and endless creatures, Sam Winchester (Jared Padalecki) and Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) are preparing to bid farewell once and for all.

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Supernatural’s last episode before the big series finale had a massive showdown with Chuck/God (Rob Benedict), which culminated in Jack (Alexander Calvert) becoming the new supreme being, and the brothers subsequently getting an opportunity to write their own script, finally!

Now the question in everyone’s mind: what will happen in the series finale?

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Fans are curious to learn what's gonna happen in Supernatural season 15.

Fans are curious to learn what’s gonna happen in Supernatural season 15 finale.
Source: Den of Geek

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The co-showrunner Robert Singer, who directed the final episode, said:

It was a lot of responsibility to make it as good an episode as it could possibly be.

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He added,

I think [co-showrunner] Andrew [Dabb] had written a really good script. It’s a very emotional episode. It’s a personal story, really, about the boys. The season myth really ends at [episode] 19 and this is a bit of a coda to that. It’s really an actors’ episode. The guys are great in it.

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Singer goes on to state, unlike several episodes in the past, he didn’t have to think a lot about the visual effects in the finale, even though he noted there was one major stunt scene.

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Robert continued,

It was really the words on the page that were important in this one and I wanted to do them justice and felt a tremendous responsibility knowing it was the absolute last one. Everybody stepped up to the plate; I’m very happy with the episode.

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He concluded,

I hope the fans will respond to it. We wanted to give the show a real end, not do something that was enigmatic like The Sopranos, but really bring the show to a conclusion. I think we did that.

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Supernatural season 15 airs on Thursdays at 8/7c on CW.

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