Misha Collins Reacts to Castiel’s Heartbreaking Ending on ‘Supernatural’ (Spoilers)

Last night’s episode of Supernatural had a shocking death that followed an incredibly emotional revelation for Misha Collins‘ character Castiel.

The character was killed off the show after confessing his love for Dean, who is played by Jensen Ackles. If you’re not an avid watcher of the show, here’s a quick recap of what led to this death: Castiel made a deal with The Entity to allow him to live his life until the moment he’s truly happy. While being faced with the possibility of being killed alongside Dean, Castiel takes his own life by revealing his true feelings for Dean and ultimately reaching that moment of happiness.

People are debating if #Destiel is actually “canon,” which means that it actually happened in the fictional universe of the story, unlike fan fiction.

“I think Castiel’s ending on the show is really just what I would have wanted. I knew the ending that he was going to meet with for about a year, and I was really happy about it. And I’m still happy about it,” Misha said in an interview with Entertainment Tonight. “I’m really curious to see how the audience responds to the end for Cas. But it feels important. It feels like it makes his arc on the show meaningful, not just in terms of the mythology of the show, but in terms of a message for the greater world and our particular moment in history. I’m very happy with it.”

Misha also talked about his last days on set for the show’s final season.

“It was sad. I mean, it was something that, it didn’t come as a surprise. We’ve all had a lot of time, a lot of warning about the end coming and we see scripts far enough in advance we know more specific details of how our characters are going to finish on the show. But Castiel’s last scene in the show was also my last scene shooting. So it had this double poignancy for me. I was saying goodbye to the cast and the crew at the same time that they were saying goodbye to Castiel,” he said.

The series finale of Supernatural airs on November 19.

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