New The Winchesters Trailer Teases a Supernatural Connection
The Winchesters Trailer
After turning into a mainstay on The CW for more than a decade, the universe of Supernatural is headed back to TV one month from now with The Winchesters. The prequel series plunges into the history of John Winchester (Drake Rodger) and Mary Campbell (Meg Donnelly), the parents of Supernatural’s adored beast hunting brothers. A new trailer released for The Winchesters leans into that connection in a pleasant way, while also showcasing a gander at the arrival of Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles), who will portray the series. Set in the 1970’s, The Winchesters annals how John and Mary met, became hopelessly enamored and battled beasts together while in search for their missing fathers. The series also stars Bianca Kajlich as Millie Winchester, Demetria McKinney as Ada Monroe, Nida Khurshid as Latika Desai, and Jojo Fleites as Carlos Cervantez.
Ackles, who also leader creates the series, as of late addressed TVLine about what fans can expect, especially after John and Mary’s story was first investigated in a Season 4 episode of Supernatural. As Ackles put it, the series will allow for connections to established Supernatural legend in “a lot crazier ways.”
“Frankly, I was as, ‘I couldn’t say whether we can do this,'” Ackles revealed, “and then it took [writer] Robbie [Thompson] and me plunking down going like, ‘Indeed, we realize we have to do this, and we realize we have to do that, however on the off chance that we simply associate those spots with a straight line, that’s not entertaining. That’s exhausting. That’s a straightforward story. In the event that we associate those dabs in a lot crazier, wild Supernatural way, we have a show.’ So that’s what we’ve been doing.”
According to Ackles, the canon that has already been established with John and Mary — particularly their lineage as individuals from the Men of Letters and a family of beast trackers — will be navigated to a one of a kind capacity in The Winchesters.
“That’s sort of the thrilling thing, as I would see it, is that the waypoints or the tentpoles that were established on the mothership, as we affectionately call it, those will get addressed,” Ackles added. “In any case, we’ll get to those waypoints such that we probably didn’t anticipate. And that’s what we’re really having fun with is, similar to, the story is meeting up. It’s not the washed variant. It’s not the sugar-coated variant of how mother and dad met. This is like what really happened.”
“In any case, we really do play into the minutes that were examined and that were talked about,” Ackles proceeds, “quite possibly in a somewhat varied way that appears as, ‘Whoa, wait, we knew that happened, yet I didn’t have the foggiest idea about that’s the reason it happened or that’s the way it happened.'”
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The Winchesters will make a big appearance on Tuesday, October eleventh at 8/7c on The CW.