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Supernatural is a top-rated dark fantasy drama that follows the journey of two brothers, Dean and Sam Winchester, as they hunt demons, ghosts, monsters, and other supernatural beings. The show debuted on September 13, 2005, and concluded on November 19, 2020, with fifteen seasons.

Throughout its run of 327 episodes, Supernatural can garner a dedicated fanbase. The fandoms are still active online, and many have written fanfiction stories about the show, ranging from Wincest to Destiel to various other character pairings.

In June 2021, it was disclosed that a prequel series titled The Winchesters would be part of this Universe. The show will feature Sam and Dean’s parents, John and Mary, and will focus on their journey. The series is executive produced by Jensen Ackles, his wife Danneel Ackles, and Supernatural writer Robbie Thompson. The show will be narrated by Ackles, who will be reprising his role as Dean Winchester.

As of yet, the show’s star cast includes Meg Donnelly and Drake Rodger, who will be playing the role of Mary Campbell and John Winchester. Donnelly is well known for starring as Taylor Otto in the ABC sitcom “American Housewife.” Rodger has played supporting roles in the films “Not Alone,” “Murder RX,” and most recently “The In-Between.” along with them, another member was joined named Bianca Kajlich. She is selected to play the role of Sam and Dean’s paternal grandmother and will be the family matriarch within this equalized timeline.

Recently, another name joined the star cast—Demetria McKinney, known for starring in the sitcom Tyler Perry’s House of Payne. The actress is cast to play the role of Ada Monroe, a bookstore owner who also has an interest in the occult.

We expect to see the beginning of Mary and John’s relationship, them falling in love, and them saving each other and the world at large. Since John and Mary are still young, John’s parents could also factor heavily into the prequel’s narrative; we already know John’s father died when John was a child, even though John believes he was abandoned.

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