Welcome back to Humor Nation. Supernatural finally ended its 15-year long run, making it one of the longest running Supernatural drama series on the television. The show was a CW flagship show at one time. Telling the tale of two supernatural hunters Sam and Dean who defy their fate and give the good fight while saving lives and hunting all sorts of Supernatural threats. Making a TV show isn’t easy, it is a complex process. From casting the right actors to writing an engaging story, there are so many variables involved in the art of creating a TV show. There are numerous facts related to the making of Supernatural, from the show having a different name to developing new characters, there’s a whole lot of information about the show that you might not know.
So Take A Look At 7 Behind The Scenes Facts About Supernatural That The Fans Don’t Know
Did you know that the role of the demon Ruby who manipulates Sam in breaking the last seal was written keeping Kristen Bell in mind. The actress was offered the role, but she respectfully turned it down. Eventually Katie Cassidy ended up playing the mysterious demon. Cassidy originally auditioned for the role of the con artist Bela Talbot in Season 3. Along with Lauren Cohan, the actress trained in Kickboxing and martial arts. In Season 4, Genevieve replaced Cassidy. The creator Kripke cited the budgetary reasons behind changing the actress. Where as Katie said the creators uncertainty about her character forced her to leave.
6. THE CLOCK
Did you know there’s a special Starburst Clock that has appeared in numerous episodes of Supernatural. The clock can be seen in the diners, businesses, motels. You probably have seen the clock numerous times, but might have not paid the attention to it. There’s no explanation as to why the creators decided to place in different scenes.
5. THE BUDGET
Supernatural which went on to become an enormous success, making viewership records, had not easy at all. Did you know that the first season of the show had only a budget of $200,000 which included the wages of the crew, the costumes, and the contents of the set. The budget is the reason why Dean Winchester couldn’t get tattoos. The original draft of Supernatural featured Dean’s body being covered with numerous tattoos, but sadly it couldn’t happen.
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