Supernatural Season 15 Spoilers: Winchester Brothers’ Young Alter Ego to Return?

It seems that one of the “Supernatural” series’ final episodes will have the resurrection of young alter egos of Sam and Dean.

And CW is reportedly on the lookout for a pair of actors to play the roles, which were played by Colin Ford and Dylan Everett previously in Season 11.

As per the sources of TVLine, the young adolescent counterparts will be going on one of their first hunts together, when Young Dean is 13 years old and Young Sam is just around 9 years.

Reports have it that the episode which would feature the young alter egos would set the stage for the final episode, however, it’s still unclear as to if it will be a flashback episode or just another spin of the final season.

As of now, the show has kept the audiences hooked to the edge of the seat, with their twists and unexpected entries, with the returning of the once-fallen Nephilim, Jack Kline, the son of Lucifer, as a secret weapon to kill God.

Talking about the top-secret series finale plot, Jensen Ackles’ said that “When we were in the room and the idea came down the pipe, everybody was kind of signed off on it. My reaction was more like, ‘OK, OK.’ I struggled with it for about a week or so, and then I realized I’m too invested, I’m too emotional. ”

He added that he was too close to the character of Dean and thinking about finality is really hard. He said “I talked to a few people about it and got some clarity on it and have tried to look at it from a different perspective. I, now, have come around to being like, ‘This is a really good ending. This is satisfying.'”

Jared Padalecki and Ackles are all set to take their fans for ride when Supernatural will resume the final season on a new night, Monday, March 16 at 8/7c.

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