Supernatural Season 16 | Will There Be More Seasons? Know Here

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Supernatural is among one of the longest-running Television shows of America and, unfortunately, the latest victim to the ongoing pandemic. All the shootings and fillings of TV shows and movies have been suspended in the U.S. due to the lockdown. Coronavirus affected the Supernatural when it was shooting the finale of Season 15. The show makers are planning to finish the filming of Season 15 finale, and the fans are already eager to know whether there will be Supernatural Season 16 or not.

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In this article, we have gathered all the information that is required for your convenience. Here is everything you need to know.

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Supernatural Season 16 happening or not?

Season 15 of the longest-running TV show of the CW is supposed to be the finale of Supernatural. So this leads us to a simple answer to our inquiries, Supernatural Season 16 won’t be happening.

However, if there are any updates or announcements regarding the Season 16, we’ll be notifying you as soon as possible.

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Updates Regarding Season 15: What do we know so far?

The 15th season and the concluding one too began premiering on October 10, 2019, and it included 20 episodes in total.

The finale of the series was scheduled to release on May 18, 2022, but got delayed by the Warner Bros Television Studios due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.

Andrew Dabb, the showrunner stated in March, after the March 23rd show, that the series will be going on a pause. Since then, we haven’t received any official update regarding the resume and further plans for Supernatural.

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According to some reports, the season is most likely to resume from late summer this year, and this shows that the fans need to wait a little longer this time to watch their favorite show.