Supernatural' Cast, Crew Mark the Series' Final Day of Filming
Although, as Chuck once put it, nothing ever really ends, Thursday does mark the final day of shooting on Supernatural.
Although, as Chuck once put it, nothing ever really ends, Thursday does mark the final day of shooting on Supernatural. When all is said and done, Sam and Dean Winchester's stories will end — at least for now — after 15 seasons and 327 episodes of angels, demons, and sibling antics.
The series was originally supposed to finish filming back in April before production was paused in March due to the COVID-19 pandemic. In August, series leads Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles were finally able to return to the Vancouver set with only the final two episodes left to film. The stars began filming the series finale on Friday, Aug. 28, at which point both took to social media to mark the occasion.
Now, on the last day of filming, the Supernatural family has gotten the hashtag #ThankYouSupernatural trending, as many members of the guest cast, writers, and producers have started sharing messages to mark the day.
See some of those messages below:
This was the first #Supernatural scene we shot. Today will be the last. I'm grateful & love you all beyond words. But it's only over when you say it is, #SPNFamily. In the words of Kim Manners (RIP): Kick It In The Ass. #SPN @jarpad @JensenAckles @mishacollins pic.twitter.com/GXLqBkanPu— Eric Kripke (@therealKripke) September 10, 2020
So it’s here. Last day of principal photography on Supernatural, my home for 15 years. Getting ready to go to work on it for the final time. Deep feelings. Very deep. I love these people. Okay. Let’s go kick it in the ass one last time. pic.twitter.com/oRlalucX3h— Jim Beaver (@jumblejim) September 10, 2020
Happy last day to the longest running show of its kind in American history. Sending much love to the team on this day of epic accomplishment.— Sera Gamble (@serathegamble) September 10, 2020
Kick it in the ass, guys. Thanks for the memories. Xo #SPNFamily #supernatural https://t.co/niMKrSth9R
The words I will hear later today- Cut! Print! That’s a wrap ! That’s a season wrap and that’s a series wrap... pic.twitter.com/eGNcb5drJD— Jim Michaels (@TheJimMichaels) September 10, 2020
It's the last day of filming on the set of #Supernatural. Even from afar, didn't know I'd feel all these feelings. Thank you for 8 years of playing an amazing character. Nothing else will match being a part of the #SPN family <3 pic.twitter.com/yNoalyuMHA— Felicia Day (@feliciaday) September 10, 2020
Sending mad love to my #Supernatural Family! I had no idea how my life would change when this audition landed in my inbox. Thank you for accepting me! Sending lots of love to the cast and crew today! #SupernaturalForever pic.twitter.com/OqHfJ6UeKM— Alaina Huffman (@AlainaHuffman) September 10, 2020
#Supernatural making me cry today, but what’s new 🤷🏻♀️— Madison McLaughlin (@MadisonMcLaugh) September 10, 2020
This crew, Jensen, Jared, and the fandom welcomed me in a way so rare that they made a 15 year old newbie feel like she belonged. They’ve done that for a lot of fifteen year olds. #ThankYouSupernatural https://t.co/AzS5G0uS10
Congratulations #Supernatural on ending your run of 15 seasons, it was such a pleasure to play a small part in this great adventure and the friendships that ensued, love to all of my cast mates and love to the incredible fans, #SPNFamily #SPNFamilyForever pic.twitter.com/YqEyF5u1eL— Sebastian Roché (@sebroche) September 10, 2020
My son Steve when I did my 1st episode of #Supernatural in 2007 & today on the show's last day of shooting. What a long & amazing ride. From janitor to director, I'll never have another experience like I've had on this show. Or a better TV family. Cheers to you all. ❤️ #SPNFamily pic.twitter.com/zOR5nEPzZs— Richard Speight, Jr. (@dicksp8jr) September 10, 2020
To the cast, crew, writers and all my friends drawing a magnificent 15 seasons to a close.... thank you. So much of my life is entwined in this show. Sorry I couldn’t be there to say my farewells in person, but you… https://t.co/tj0GDqi9NK— Mark Sheppard (@Mark_Sheppard) September 10, 2020