Supernatural 300: Jensen Ackles’ Message To Tom Welling Supernatural 300: Jensen Ackles’ Message To Tom Welling
Jensen Ackles has a message for Tom Welling as his series Supernatural approaches 300 episodes. Supernatural 300: Jensen Ackles’ Message To Tom Welling

We are just a few weeks away from the February 7 episode of Supernatural which happens to be the series’ 300th episode, making it the 7th longest running series currently on the air.

Back in November, we had the privilege of talking to cast and producers from the series on the carpet for a special Supernatural 300th episode celebration/party — and we figured that since he was the first actor we ever met from the show, back before the series premiered, that Jensen Ackles (Dean Winchester) was the appropriate first interview to post.

Back when we first talked, Jensen had left Smallville for a new show called Supernatural… and it’s been a long-running joke that Ackles has stuck with this series so long so that he could outlast Tom Welling’s 10 seasons of the “young Clark Kent” superhero show.

We didn’t get a lot of time with Jensen on the carpet, so we had to make it good, by asking if he did indeed get to 300 episodes “just to stick it to Tom Welling.”

“No, I purposely got to 11 seasons to stick it to Tom Welling,” Jensen laughed, before saying “suck it, Tom!” in jest.

As Welling and Ackles were good friends, we know this message was meant in good humor.

Supernatural Episode 300 “Lebanon” airs February 7 on The CW. Here’s how they describe it. Come back in the coming weeks for more Supernatural 300 interviews and content!

JEFFREY DEAN MORGAN RETURNS FOR THE 300TH EPISODE – Sam (Jared Padalecki) and Dean (Jensen Ackles) look to occult lore for a solution to their latest problem, but instead of a resolution, they find much more than either of them had anticipated. Jeffrey Dean Morgan (John Winchester) guest stars. The episode was directed by Robert Singer and written by Andrew Dabb & Meredith Glynn. (#1413). Original Airdate 2/7/2019.

Craig Byrne, Editor-In-Chief

KSiteTV Editor-In-Chief Craig Byrne has been writing about TV on the internet since 1995. He is also the author of several published books, including Smallville: The Visual Guide and the show's Official Companions for Seasons 4-7.

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