Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki recently sat down with Variety Magazine to talk about the upcoming 10th season of their show Supernatural!
In honor of “Supernatural’s” upcoming tenth season, The CW brought showrunner Jeremy Carver and stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki to the Television Critics Assn. summer press tour to reflect on the show’s milestone anniversary and the future of the cult hit.
While stars Ackles and Padalecki conceded that they’re not getting any younger when it comes to stunts — “it has become more difficult, and we’re by no means senior citizens right now; I’m 32 and Jensen’s, what, 48?” Padalecki quipped — neither has any desire to end the show, at least for the foreseeable future.
“I think we’re all on the same page — we still get excited about it. That hasn’t tarnished in 10 years. I remember getting the season finale and I got all giddy about it; I was excited to see what happens in season ten,” Ackles admitted. “As long as there’s that fulfillment and excitement, we’ll keep going with it.”
Still, they don’t see the show going on indefinitely. “If the show quality diminishes, if it ever reaches a spot where we get a phone call [from Jeremy]… ‘we feel we’ve said what needs to be said…’ [that’s fine],” Padalecki said. “I truly do care deeply about this show and Sam Winchester — I don’t want him to be broken down and beaten down into something I end up not respecting… I think we know the show enough and know our characters to know. If there’s an end coming, I think we’ll all see it.”
For now, Carver is confident in their trajectory. “There’s so much story left to tell, which is remarkable given we’re in season 129 already,” he laughed.
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