Above is a word from the man himself, of course, Eric Kripke is the creator of Supernatural, with a lot of input from Kim Manners (aka The X-Files).
The cast and crew partied on at The Commodore Ballroom in Vancouver on Friday the 16th of November, 2018. A lot of work was put in to make it unique as they celebrated a milestone for the show.
As all great parties will attest too, you have to have some themes. One of the themes for the night was SW and DW, the initials of Sam Winchester and Dean Winchester. The initials appear on the banners behind the group photo above and were included on the invitations and on some of the wooden tables at the event. Adding, that to those that organized the event, it looks amazing.
Entertainment included a live band with Jensen Ackles getting on stage and rocking on. There was also a special cake which also became entertainment with a few knives stuck in it by the end of the evening. The Tweet below is the cake before the attack.
Followed by a Tweet after the attack, below.
Most fans of the show would know that Jensen enjoys music. Jensen has a keen interest in his hobby and interest in music including doing a few gigs at his brewery, appearing at friends weddings and a single he did a few years ago about LA before moving to Texas.
The Supernatural Cast and Crew took the opportunity to celebrate. There was also a bit of a red carpet leading into the event which allowed for photos and interviews before the party.
Overall it was a time for them to celebrate their work look back at what an achievement 300 episodes is as well as taking the time to thank the fandom for supporting them to this point.
Check out the red carpet photos below.
Warner Bros TV is the mother company to CW who produce Supernatural. They graciously gave some amazing gifts to celebrate the 300th episode milestone.
To wrap up a look at the shenanigans at the party below.
And it all began with saving people and hunting things…
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