COVID-19 effects: ‘Supernatural’, ‘The Flash’ season endings pushed

Brunilde Fioravanti
Марта 29, 2020

All three CW series were among hundreds that were forced to shutdown production due to coronavirus, meaning that they were unable complete shooting and their season endings have now been pushed to an undetermined time later in 2020, according to a source close to the network. With shows like Legacies and Supernatural not able to complete their comprehensive seasons at this time, the community is transferring up exhibits formerly set to premiere in late spring to fill in the gaps.

SupernaturalThe delay, meanwhile, has the added shame of occurring during the fifteenth season of the long-running series and has already released its latest episode for some time.

It is not now known when production will be able to resume, so new dates and schedules have yet to be announced. Starting April 16, "Legacies" will be replaced at 9 a.m. from Thursday.

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STARGIRL which was coming to both the DC Universe streaming app as well as the CW is moving back to May 19 instead of its originally planned May 12 air date.

Specifically, the premiere date of Whose Line Is It Anyway? is moving up to March 30, filling in the 8 p.m. spot now occupied by Supernatural.

Supernatural showrunner Andrew Dabb explained on Twitter they filmed through episode 18, but their visual effects and sound departments have closed because of the outbreak. Therefore, the episode can not be ended at this time.

Whose Line Is It Anyway? will make its debut Monday, occupying the eight p.m. slot at present held by Supernatural. However the show about the fastest man on the planet will finish airing the episodes that were completed before the shutdown.

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