From the sound of it, Sam and Dean are going to team up with Scooby-Doo himself, and we may also have more animated Supernatural characters along for the ride.
The current season of "Supernatural" shows the Winchester brothers, Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles), fighting off an apocalyptic force: the Darkness. Now that fans can rest easy knowing that their wayward sons will stick around, the next question is when will Supernatural Season 13 premiere? But doesn't the Winchesters getting sucked into a Scooby-Doo cartoon have Gabriel written all over it?More news: Senator calls for ejection of Turkish ambassador
The CW has yet to announce its official schedule for the 2017-2018 season, but having Supernatural on its roster comes as no surprise to a fandom who's been passionate from the start. The finale is titled "All Along The Watchtower" and showrunner Andrew Dabb teased there will be a insane twist.
"We're wrapping a lot of things up and certain plot lines will be ended this season - some forever and some temporarily - but also, that allows us to build up steam going into season 13", Dabb said, according to EW. Sam and Dean have been through everything imaginable.More news: ACLU Files to Get Comey's Memo on Trump Conversation
Supernatural's season 12 finale will air tonight.
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Supernatural, which is well known for its boundary-pushing meta episodes, will continue that tradition in season 13.
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