'Supernatural' comes to an emotional end on the CW

(CNN) — Sam and Dean are officially done saving people and hunting things. The series finale of the CW's "Supernatural" aired on Thursday and brought to a satisfying close the story of two monster-hunting brothers whose story was told over 15 seasons. In many ways, the end of Sam (Jared...
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The SUPERNATURAL Finale Was Imperfectly Perfect

After 15 years, Supernatural is over. And while the fandom is unsurprisingly divided on the ending, ultimately the show ended imperfectly perfect, with more hope than Supernatural has seen in some time. However, the finale certainly didn’t begin that way! Early in the episode, Dean meets his end on a...
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Supernatural recap: Sam and Dean's story comes to a peaceful end

Last week's Supernatural answered a lot of the season's bigger questions: What was going to happen with God? Could Sam and Dean win? And we all know how that turned out. The question heading into the series finale was: What was left to wrap up? And how would Sam and Dean's story end? And now, we know that too.
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TV Ratings: ‘Supernatural’ Finale Delivers Largest Audience Since April 2019

“Supernatural” signed off after 15 seasons on Thursday night with a decent audience bump. Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles’ final appearance as the Winchester brothers drew 1.4 million total viewers to the CW, which represents the show’s largest audience since April 2019. It narrowly beats the previous final season high of 1.3 million pairs of eyeballs. Ratings-wise, the final two episodes both scored a 0.3, matching the average of the show’s final batch of episodes.
Daily Beast

Why ‘Supernatural’ Fans Are Fuming Over the Series Finale

After 15 years, the Winchester boys’ final ride left fans in tears—but for many, it seems, they were tears of rage. This post contains spoilers for the Supernatural series finale. Supernatural was always going to face an uphill battle with its season finale; after all, how do you wrap up...

Here's how everyone's story ended on Supernatural

For the characters who returned in Supernatural's final season, we've rounded up the ways their stories ended so you can keep track of where all your favorites wound up. (Spoilers ahead for the full series, obviously.) Everything in This Slideshow. 1 of 22. For the characters who returned in. 's...

Supernatural Alum Lauren Cohan Reveals Why She Never Returned After Season 3

A television era is ending with the series finale of Supernatural after 15 seasons, and the last batch of episodes brought back several familiar faces for a swan song. Not among those familiar faces has been Lauren Cohan, who played Bela Talbot well before she broke into the zombie apocalypse scene as Maggie on The Walking Dead. Like so many characters on Supernatural, Bela died a gruesome death. Unlike many others, however, Bela stayed dead, and Cohan didn't return after her departure back in Season 3. The actress has explained why.
Hollywood Reporter

'Supernatural' by the Numbers: A 15-Year Ratings History

The first season of Supernatural, way back in 2005-06, averaged a little more than 4.5 million viewers per episode. That was good for 165th place in the Nielsen rankings for that season. Had the show averaged that many same-day viewers for its 15th season in 2019-20, it would have ranked...

What to Watch on Thursday: Supernatural carries on for one last episode

We know TV has a lot to offer, be it network, cable, premium channels, or streaming platforms including Netflix, Hulu, Amazon Prime Video, Apple TV+, Facebook Watch, and others. So EW is here to help, guiding you every single day to the things that should be on your radar. Check out our recommendations below, and click here to learn how you can stream our picks via your own voice-controlled smart-speaker (Alexa, Google Home) or podcast app (Spotify, iTunes, Google Play).

Celebrating Supernatural's humanity in its time of dying

It’s been a long ride for Sam and Dean Winchester as Supernatural’s 15-year journey comes to an end. EW’s been tagging along the whole way, from the series’ first What to Watch mention in September of 2005 — it read: “Kinda like Buffy, only with boys. And without Giles.” — to this digital cover marking the sixth time the series has graced an EW cover. Sam Highfill, who’s been on the beat for nearly seven years, shares her thoughts on what sets the series apart.
Los Angeles Times

What’s on TV Thursday: The finale of The CW’s ‘Supernatural’

During the coronavirus crisis, the Los Angeles Times is making some temporary changes to our print sections. The prime-time TV grid is on hiatus in print but an expanded version is available in your daily Times eNewspaper. You can find a printable PDF online at: SERIES. Top Elf The...