Supernatural Finale Shoot has fans emotional
Supernatural is coming to close after 15 seasons of supernatural drama. The show follows Sam (Jared Padelecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles), Winchester, alongside Castiel (Misha Collins). Their intense adventures in situations too strong to wrap your head around are astounding. It is for that reason that the fans are so deeply attached to the show. Well, other than that, Sam and Dean are also pretty cute. So we gotta give them that. The show started way back in 2005 and now, it’s 2020. Fans are not ready yet to give up on the boys. So, it is only understandable how fans have been reacting to their farewell Entertainment Weekly Cover Shoot!
Supernatural Fans react to Supernatural coming to its finale
Being the first show in the supernatural genre to go on for 15 seasons, the show has switching networks. It started with WB and then switched to CW. For 15 years, the brother duo has been fighting monsters within themselves and around. Here are a few fan reactions to the show coming to its end. You know what they say, don’t cry because it’s over, smile because it happened. I think Supernatural cast has done so much over the years, especially with their commitment, it is wrong to say they do not deserve the love they are getting.
The bowlegs 🥺😖😩 I swear I was at peace with the end but this photoshoot is so painful yet perfect at the same time! Here’s to new adventures for our favorite boys 💕 thank you 👏🏾
Fans love the shoot. But, they are also pretty emotional about the ending. Yet, their support for the boys is evident.
You’re determined to kill the #SPNFamily aren’t you?!
This one takes it to a bit extreme. But we know they mean well. Here is a tweet for the Supernatural article too!
This is a wonderful article. Thank you. For all the love you've given the show over the years. For all the covers. For all the support. I teared up at the end. Of course I did. But this article was such a gift, just like the show, and these guys. Thank you. I needed this.
— amy❣️sweetondean (@AmyinSydney) April 13, 2020
You can read the article here.