The Winchesters Season 1 Finale Synopsis Teases John & Mary’s Reunion

A new synopsis for The Winchesters’ season 1 finale is teasing John and Mary’s reunion. The prequel series, set in the 1970s, tracks the relationship between John Winchester and Mary Campbell, from early chance encounter to budding romance. Narrated by Supernatural’s Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles), the show also explores the mystery surrounding their missing fathers, and their efforts to hunt down dangerous monsters known as the Akrida. Drake Rodger and Meg Donnelly star as John and Mary, respectively, and are joined by a cast that includes Nida Khurshid, Jojo Fleites, Demetria McKinney, and Bianca Kajlich.

John and Mary have faced a lot so far, and with two more episodes before the finale, it is unclear how The Winchesters season 1 will pan out. Now, a synopsis for The Winchesters’ season 1 finale is teasing the importance of time, as well as an « awkward » reunion between the pair. The episode, directed by John Showalter, will premiere on March 7. Read The Winchesters’ season 1 finale synopsis below:

« SEASON FINALE – John (Drake Rodger) receives a message from a mysterious stranger. Meanwhile, Carlos (Jojo Fleites), Latika (Nida Khurshid) and Ada (Demetria McKinney) work together to find answers, but time is running out. Lastly, Mary (Meg Donnelly) and John have a warm but awkward reunion. There is a lot to unpack, but they realize this isn’t the time or place. John Showalter directed the episode written by Robbie Thompson (#113). Original airdate 3/7/2023. »

Is The Winchesters Setting Up A Season 2?

The most recent episode of The Winchesters, titled « Suspicious Minds, » sees John and Mary still happily together, indicating something may happen between them in the events leading up to its season finale. The couple falls into a trap while looking for a way to stop the Akrida and later ponder their relationship after witnessing what Jack’s (Charles Shaughnessy) idea of love did to him. Other storylines focus on the monsters, as Carlos and Latika attempted to locate the Akrida queen, eventually discovering she was underground and spotting who they believed to be her.

The Akrida have their own plot, revealed to be after Dean while also devising a way to involve John in Kyle’s (Ryan McCartan) death. Given how the show focuses on the adventures of John and Mary and introduced an evil not present in Supernatural, this could be setup for a potential The Winchesters season 2. However, The Winchesters has not been renewed despite the story possibilities and audience engagement. With changes at The CW, an official announcement may come later than expected. Plus, it’ll be interesting to see how the season 1 finale leaves off, and if it’s an ending that sets up a season 2.

Having a synopsis for the season 1 finale may raise questions, but it also gives viewers something to look forward to. Whether John and Mary defeat the Akrida remains to be seen, as does the reason for the reunion. There are also theories surrounding how Dean’s role moving forward affects the story as well. With only a few episodes left, those hopeful for The Winchesters season 2 can be sure to keep an eye out for any further news.