Audiences are enjoying Supernatural season 15 but are wondering about a part 2 release date. Mid-season split leaves fans wanting more.

In the realm of entertainment, legacy is important.

Which albums and films stood the test of time and lingered on in our memories? It’s always interesting to reflect, but with television, it’s a little different.

Some TV shows fade out quickly after a season or two, but some seem to go on and on while still sustaining intrigue from their fanbase.

One of the champions in this respect is undoubtedly Supernatural.

Created by Eric Kripke, the American fantasy series arrived on screens way back in 2005 and continues to excite fans with every new season; truly quite remarkable. Over two decades it has crafted a legacy like few other shows of its kind.

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Nevertheless, all good things must come to an end and the final season is inching ever closer to its conclusion…

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Supernatural season 15 explained: Mid-season split

If you felt that the thirteenth episode of Supernatural season 15 lacked closure, it’s because it wasn’t actually the last episode.

Thirteen episodes of the fifteenth season landed on US Netflix on Friday, June 5th 2020.

However, it turns out that this final season has been split into two parts, with another seven episodes to go, rounding off the series with a neat 20 episodes.

This is a little less than fans have grown to expect, as from season 7 onwards we have been getting 23 episodes; season 15 will be the shortest season of the bunch behind 3, which only has 16.

Although racing through the recently unveiled 13 episodes may seem anticlimactic, spacing out the final season may be a welcome idea for devoted fans.

On the other hand, it’s worth looking ahead…

Supernatural: Season 15 part 2 release date confirmed?

No, a release date for the second batch of Supernatural season 15 episodes has not been confirmed as of yet.

Although, Decider confirms that the seven episodes will begin premiering on The CW this fall.

As for Netflix, episodes will arrive on the streaming service eight days after the series finale airs on The CW.

Andrew Dabb on the end of Supernatural

We still have a little while to wait but it’s interesting to hear showrunner, writer and executive producer Andrew Dabb’s thoughts on wrapping things up.

In an interview with Collider, he addressed how the team had approached an ending:

“I don’t think you should approach things with checkmark storytelling, with a list of the 20 things we need to do because every episode has gotta have one. I don’t think that works for us. There are certainly moments and emotional things that we wanna touch on with the characters, but we also want to let the story evolve and tell itself, and that’s what we’ve been doing.”

When asked if the Supernatural crew will be in need of a good hug afterwards, he added: “I think we need to have a professional comforter come in and just hug everybody and help us get our feelings out.”

We’re sure the fans will need that too.

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