It's the sad and inevitable reality nobody wants to admit - Supernatural will someday end. Actors Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles both recently discussed some of their own theories and wishes for the show's final moments. We asked fans how they would like to see Supernatural end its run, and we received a massive amount of reflective and thoughtful responses.
"When it ends, I would want them both to die. Don't think either would want to live without the other. They've proven that over and over. Especially Dean." - Susan
"The best way would be for Dean to wander into a room where Sam is pecking at his computer. Sam tells Dean, 'We've got a hunt." Dean says, "Awesome.' [fade to black]" - Yanagi
"If it does, you need Dean and Sam driving off to "Carry On Wayward Son," and do a whole throwback from Season 1 and up." - Dallas
"I'd love to see the show end with Jeffrey Dean Morgan coming back to take the boys to heaven after their final battle." - Aaron
"I would want God to return and set everything right. Then Cas can take Dean and Sam to heaven. There, they will reunite with their mom, dad, Jess, Bobby, Charlie, and everyone they ever loved. And finally get to be at peace. Somehow Baby needs to go to heaven too. It wouldn't be heaven to Dean without her." - Beverly
"Season 14, everyone dying with Chuck pushing the reset button and the boys playing outside with their parents and Bobby watching. Both Cas and Chuck looking down from heaven." - Bonnie
"Dean and Sam will be the new Archangels. Dean will replace Michael and Sam will replace Lucifer (the pure one, not the corrupted by the mark)." - Omer
"IF, and that's a big IF, the show has to end, I think it should end the way every episode ends. The boy will be driving Baby, talking about the family business. We'll know they're ok as long as they're together, fighting the good fight." - Lauren
"Dying for each other or the world has never been an issue for Sam or Dean. The true sacrifice would be going on alone. It seems Kripke always set it up for Sam and Dean to face off. Sam seems more prepared to live without Dean, so the true sacrifice would be Dean killing Sam in exchange for saving the world. Cas offers to wipe Dean's memories, but he wants to remember Sam, even if it hurts. God (Chuck) is moved by this, so he gives both boys an alternate normal life with families. We close out with a softball game of two teams, angels verses demons (Crowley, Azazel, Alastair, etc). Dean hit a grand slam home run, sending Sam, Bobby, and John home... (Camera pans to cheering fans: Jo, Ellen, Charlie, Kevin, Jessica). Camera fades out on score board ending with Score 13-0, Angels winning (or whatever season they are on at the time)" - Tonya
"There will be no ending. It's going to go on until Jensen and Jared are old and grey. And I'll still be watching it." - Melissa
How do you imagine the series to end?