Jeffrey Dean Morgan is Returning to Supernatural

The instant enthusiasts had been dreaming of for greater than a decade has in the end arrived – Jeffrey Dean Morgan is formally returning to Supernatural for its milestone 300th episode, reprising his function as John Winchester – father of lead characters Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles).

Government manufacturer Andrew Dabb stated, “We’re extremely excited to have Jeffrey again for this milestone episode, and assume enthusiasts will love what we now have deliberate for his personality… and a couple of different wonder visitor stars.”

Morgan has lengthy expressed his passion in returning to Supernatural as Papa Winchester – certainly one of his earliest breakout TV roles in 2005, along a habitual stint on Gray’s Anatomy – however scheduling has all the time perceived to save you a reprise. Morgan has saved himself busy with small-screen roles in Starz’s Magic Town, CBS’s Extant and The Excellent Spouse, and maximum just lately AMC’s The Strolling Lifeless, the place he is performed bat-wielding villain Negan for the previous 3 seasons, together with film roles in style fare like Watchmen, The Losers, Batman v. Superman: Break of day of Justice, and Rampage.

He was once ultimate noticed on display screen in Supernatural all the way through the Season 2 finale (following John’s dying within the Season 2 premiere), despite the fact that his voice made a cameo in Season three’s “Lengthy Distance Name.” John’s on-screen partner Mary Winchester (Sam Smith) was once resurrected following her personal dying on the finish of Season 11, so dying hasn’t ever been a lot of a disadvantage for the embattled characters of Supernatural.

Supernatural is these days airing its 14th season; the 300th episode, titled “Lebanon,” will air Thursday, February 7 at eight p.m. ET/PT on The CW. The Strolling Lifeless will go back for the second one part of Season nine on February 10, 2019. Here is what you want to learn about The Strolling Lifeless’s new villains, The Whisperers, and the importance of “The Honest” that the characters stay citing.

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