The cast of the long-running TV show Supernatural bid an emotional farewell during their final panel at Comic-Con. The beloved show, which has been on the air for 15 seasons, will be coming to an end later this year. The panel, which took place virtually due to the COVID-19 pandemic, featured the show's stars Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, and Misha Collins, along with executive producer Jim Beaver. The actors, who have been a part of the series since its inception, were visibly emotional as they expressed their gratitude to the fans for their unwavering support throughout the years.
The panel began with a heartwarming video tribute to the show's dedicated fan base, showcasing memorable moments and the impact that Supernatural has had on its viewers. As the video played, the cast members could be seen wiping away tears. Padalecki, who portrays one of the show's main characters, Sam Winchester, expressed his deep appreciation for the fans and their role in making the show a success. He acknowledged the fandom's passion and loyalty, stating that the show wouldn't have lasted for so long without their support.
Ackles, who plays Sam's brother Dean Winchester, also spoke about the intense bond between the cast and the fans. He shared how surreal it felt to know that the show's journey was coming to an end and thanked the fans for being a part of it. Collins, who portrays the angel Castiel, echoed their sentiments, expressing his gratitude for the love and encouragement he has received from the fans.
The emotional panel concluded with the cast expressing their love for each other and their shared experiences on the show. While the end of Supernatural marks the end of a chapter, the impact it has had on its fans and its place in pop culture is undeniable. The cast's heartfelt farewell serves as a reminder of the deep connections that can be created through storytelling and the profound effect that a beloved TV show can have on its viewers.