Coronavirus effect: Season finales of Supernatural, The Flash pushed
Now it has been announced that the last episodes of the series have been pushed to an unfixed date in the latter half of 2020
Fans of Supernatural, The Flash and Legacies will have to wait longer than expected to witness the season finale of their favourite series.
All three series won't be able to complete their current seasons within the promised time, because of the ongoing coronavirus outbreak. Apart from these three, the production of hundreds of other series have been halted due to the pandemic.
Now it has been announced that he last episodes of the three series have been pushed to an unfixed date in the latter half of 2020.
Legacies' March 26 episode was the last one to complete shooting before the shutdown was initiated. Multiple sources say that fantasy drama will return with a season 2 after situations get back to normal.
DC's The Flash has ample episodes in stock to be aired till May 19. But the audience have to wait to watch the last set of episodes as the season 6 shooting is expected to resume only in the second half of this year.
Meanwhile, Supernatural co-showrunner Andrew Dabb explained on Twitter earlier this week that the show has shot till episode 18 of its fifteenth and final season. But it won't be ready for telecast as the post-production works like visual effects and sound mixing have been stopped because of the outbreak.