Supernatural has been on TV long enough that Jensen Ackles feels he has grown up in front of the camera.
“It’s a very common phrase we use on set: ‘Wow, you were much better in your 20s,’ ” Ackles said. “And it applies to a lot of people.”
Ackles may have turned 32 earlier this year, but neither he nor his character on Supernatural have slowed down. In fact, when Supernatural airs its fifth-season finale on Thursday, (CW, Sun-TV in Ontario), the series essentially will wrap up the main spooky storyline that has played out over a half-decade.
But here’s a fun twist: Supernatural has been renewed for a sixth season. The intensely loyal fans of the show, which is shot in Vancouver, simply have refused to let go of demon-fighting brothers Dean Winchester (played by Ackles) and Sam Winchester (played by Jared Padalecki).
“Eric (Kripke, creator of Supernatural) wasn’t going to tap the breaks when they found out they were going an extra year,” Ackles said. “He wasn’t going to stretch five years over six. He was like, ‘I am going to do the five seasons, knock it out of the park and then figure it out from there.’
“So for me, my anticipation of the first script of Season 6 is going to be higher than almost any season.”
First things first. As the fifth season closes, Dean and Sam still are trying to prevent the apocalypse.
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