Supernatural and The 100 are the latest series caught in the events surrounding the coronavirus. Both series are wrapping their series runs with their current seasons, and now Supernatural is facing a production shutdown with only weeks left before the series wraps.
As for The 100, the cast and crew will wrap filming on the series finale early next week before everyone returns home. The series is set to premiere later this spring.
It isn’t known when production will resume on Supernatural, per Deadline. This could have an impact on Jared Padalecki’s next project, Walker. That series is set to air on The CW as well.
What do you think? Is it right to put a halt to production on Supernatural with so little left to film of the series?
AFTER 14 FULL SEASONS YOUR GOING TO PULL CRAP LIKE THIS
It is not right to holt Supernatural for any reason. Certainly not because of a new show !
Stay safe boys.
Though it pains me to miss any episode, we must think beyond ourselves and do what is best for all. Keep the reruns airing and all will be alright. Be safe, all!
I LOVE THE SHOW AND WILL MISS IT VERY MUCH, I HOPE IT’S ENDING IS A HAPPY ONE. AS FAR AS SHUTTING IT DOWN WE MUST BE TOLERANT AND HOPEFULLY THEY WILL EVENTUALLY SHOW THE FANS A GREAT ENDING. I WOULD NEVER WANT THEM TO CONTINUE FILMING IF THEY WERE IN ANY KIND OF DANGER.
I THANK YOU BOYS FOR FIFTEEN GREAT YEARS AND WANT NOTHING BUT THE VERY BEST FOR YOU. GOD BLESS
As of this afternoon, March 14, 2020, there are a total of 2,395 ACTIVE cases of this virus in the USA… 2,385 of which are deemed MILD. US population about 330,000,000.
Food for thought. Be cautious, not paranoid. Just my two cents worth.
Agreed that it is worth being cautious rather than paranoid. My biggest concern would be looking at the graph of cases with China and Italy. There was a long period of very slow growth (like the US now) before it increased at a higher frequency. Those countries also have more testing and tighter controls on population flow than the US. If we apply the same model to the US and its large population, I suspect we’ll have roughly 80,000-100,000 cases of people testing positive if we are vigilant moving forward. That’s probably 1,000-1,500 deaths depending on the demos afflicted. If… Read more »