Almost three years have passed since then supernatural come to an end. One of the longest series in the history of The CW ended in 2020 after 15 seasons and 327 episodes, narrating the adventures of brothers Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) Winchester, fighting creatures, monsters and supernatural phenomena, continuing the work of his father (Jeffrey Dean Morgan).
For years, the series has tried to create a legacy beyond the main show, trying to launch various spin-offs. However, the vast majority never came to fruition and died with the pilot episode. But it seems like, finally, the franchise has found a way to continue its history by going back in time Winchestera prequel series that follows the protagonist’s parents, John (Drake Rodger) and Mary (Meg Donnelly).
In reality, Winchester It could be the first step towards a comeback supernatural And a much larger expansion of the franchise, showrunner Robby Thompson revealed to TVLine:
“I had no interest in turning anything over, for lack of a better past, present, or future expression of the supernatural. We are only a few years away from, I shall call it, the For-Now Finale, because, hopefully, there will be More story on the way.”
A story of metaphysics and the Winchesters
in supernaturalA mysterious phone message from their father, who left the family home long ago, leads brothers Dean and Sam Winchester to California. Although not finding him, they discover his diary, in which they try to find clues that will help them destroy the evil spirit that, according to their father, is responsible for the death of their mother under strange circumstances. They end up taking over the family business, hunting supernatural beings across the country, and ultimately saving the world.
Winchester Set in 1972, Dean Winchester is the main narrator of the story that begins after Mary Campbell has just lost someone close to her, so she considers leaving the haunting behind. However, when her father goes missing, she must team up with John Winchester to find out what’s going on.
Initially, the series was created by Eric Kripke, now retarded boysbringing in not only Jensen Ackles to play Soldier Boy, but will now feature Jeffrey Dean Morgan in its fourth season in a mystery role.