Jensen Ackles is currently promoting his appearance in The Boys season 3 as Soldier Boy (no, not the rapper), but it’s n0 surprise that people have been asking him to reflect on Supernatural, which ran for a whopping 15 seasons.
Appearing on Late Night with Seth Meyers, Ackles talked about how it felt when the long-running series came to an end, something he admits was bittersweet. “There was a reason why I think we all stuck around though, because we just truly enjoyed it. It was a family,” he explained.”I spent birthdays and we spent holidays and we went through so much together as a crew and a cast that by the end of it, it was a really sad goodbye, but something that we all felt like we really earned.” Speaking of the show’s ending, did you know that the original plan had to change because of COVID?
The show’s boss Andrew Dabb revealed last year: “When Bob Singer and I sat down to talk about season 15, and our inevitable end, we came up with something that felt like a fitting version of Sam and Dean’s Heaven: all the people the boys had met along the way (or, at least, those we could convince to fly to Vancouver) crowded into a re-built Roadhouse, as the band Kansas played our (official unofficial) theme song: ‘Carry on Wayward Son’.