‘Supernatural’ fans are urged to take action following the cancellation of ‘The Winchesters’ season one

supernatural Star Jensen Ackles has stepped in after a “sad” update on the spin-off.

The US broadcaster The CW has decided to swing the axe The Winchesters after completing the first season.

Warner Bros Television, which produced the show, was expecting the news and loud meetingThe bosses hope to find a new home for the series.

Leading the charge is producer Ackles, who is urging his fans to get involved with a social media campaign that gained momentum in the hours after news of… The Winchesters‘ Cancellation.

“Looks like we have work to do,” he wrote on Twitter on Thursday (May 11), using the hashtag “#SaveTheWinchesters”. Hours later, the phrase began trending around the world.

Ackles starred in all 15 seasons of supernaturalplays Dean Winchester.

The spin-off Ackles narrates is a prequel that focuses on the parents of Dean and his brother Sam (Jared Padalecki). They are played by Meg Donnelly and Drake Rodger.

This news of the cancellation comes after a reorganization at The CW, which was recently acquired by new owners.

Then it became known that the network that was launched shows, among other shows gossip Girl, Arrow And Riverdalewould focus on unscripted shows for more profit in the years to come.

The Winchesters was cancelled

(The CW)

The only scripted shows renewed so far are All Americans And walker. The fate of Superman & Lois, All American: Homecoming And Gotham Knights are still in the air.

Emma Bowman

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