SUPERNATURAL fans are 'devastated and heartbroken' as they fume over the finale episode.
Some viewers thought the fantasy drama series was so bad, it was branded "even worse than Game of Thrones."
The long-running series has now come to an end as the beloved Winchester brothers bid farewell, but it was bittersweet.
The show ended with Dean Winchester (Jensen Ackles) losing his life during their final case which involved some vampires kidnapping children as part of a sick and twisted ritual.
Dean would then ascend to heaven and be reunited with Bobby (Jim Beaver), who he saw as a father figure.
There was no reunion with angel Castiel (Misha Collins) however, but Sam would enjoy the rest of his life happily before dying at an old age.
The show's avid fans were not impressed with the ending they got, as one chirped: "I think it’s safe to say #Supernatural topped #GameOfThrones for worst end of a series ever."
Another viewer remarked sarcastically: "Congratulations to the Supernatural Finale you've somehow made the Game Of Thrones ending look half decent. What an achievement."
This disappointed fan tweeted: "trying to get angry because right now i am just so sad," before adding: "Haven't made it to angry yet. Mostly just feeling devastated. And kind of stupid. #Supernatural."
While a fourth user added: "I see #supernatural pulled the Game of Thrones. I peaced out eons ago but yeah, I can't imagine sticking with something FIFTEEN years .. for that."
Padalecki, 38, said both he and co-star Ackles, 42, decided during the filming of season 13 they would end the show with series 15 and were okay with how the program would finish.
He told Entertainment Weekly: "Being a fan of storytelling and knowing the tropes and archetypes that have been around for generations and generations, I heard the story and thought, ‘Oh my god, that’s tragic, like wonderfully tragic and wonderfully optimistic in some way, shape or form. But this is the way the story should be.’
“Whatever they said would have been a shot in the gut.”
Speaking about his own character he added: "I think it was weighing so heavily on me as Jared that I knew it was affecting me and I was like, 'I don't want to lose myself in the scenes.'"
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