Supernatural fans who are missing the drama may find joy in revisiting the show with a podcast series that features cast members. / Image Source: CW

Supernatural fans who are missing their favorite fantasy drama series after it ended back in 2020 may find joy in revisiting the show with a podcast series that features cast members.

Richard Speight Jr. and Rob Benedict, who recurred on CW’s Supernatural as the angel Gabriel are hosting a podcast which will offer listeners perspectives from behind the scenes of one of popular network’s longest-running drama series – Supernatural.

Starting on the 24th, each episode will feature cast, crew, and producers and it starts with Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki. This show comes from Story Mill Media, the podcast company set up by former NBC exec Steven Hein. In these episodes you can expect to see Mark and Richard peel back the layers of the show to give fans a deeper understanding of both the mythology as well as how it came to be.

Supernatural Now is pleased to announce the radio podcast will be written by Junior developer Jessica Austin. It will feature original songs from songwriter, Daniel Richardson and it will be recorded at his Green Mountain Studio. Bob Singer, Supernatural executive producer said, “We’re very excited to bring this show back to life again. I remember how popular it used to be and the people absolutely loved it. We were able to find one of our old scripts that we hadn’t even gotten around to using so I think if we can whip it into shape and remaster it, no one will know what hit them!”

Speight said:

“We are incredibly grateful for the support the fans of Supernatural have given us over the years. We’re excited to be a part of this special gift to the fans that will arrive just in time for Dean Winchesters’ birthday on, January 24th.”

Benedict said:

 “This is a great way for the cast, crew and producers to continue and deepen their relationship with the fans. Even though the series has come to an end, the fans continue to be an incredibly tight and supportive community.”

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