Don’t hold your breath, Supernatural’s series finale, as well as The Flash and Legacies season finales, have been pushed back. Due to the COVID-19 breakout, production for all three shows has been halted. This means shooting has been delayed for all three and the air dates for the finales are left in limbo.
Legacies’ last completed episode to be shot was March 26’s episode. After April 16th, Legacies will be replaced by In the Dark. The season two premiere is being pushed forward in order to fill the gap that Legacies will leave.
The Flash has enough episodes completed to go through to March 19th. It will then go on hiatus, with the hope to complete its season sometime in late 2020. It will be replaced by Stargirl, which is moving its date up a week. It will premiere one day after debuting on the DC Universe app, which moves up a week as well.
While Supernatural’s co-showrunner Andrew Dabb has explained that the show had filmed through the last season’s eighteenth episode, its :
“visual effects and sound departments have closed because of the outbreak. So, right now, the episodes can’t be finished.”
On March 30th, Supernatural will be replaced by an original episode of Whose Line Is It Anyway. Each show will air the last completed episode it has filmed before moving to the replacement series.
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