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'Supernatural' stars still energized at season 10

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  • Jared Padalecki, left, and producer Jeremy Carver speak on stage during the "Supernatural" panel at The CW 2014 Summer TCA held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Friday.

      Jared Padalecki, left, and producer Jeremy Carver speak on stage during the "Supernatural" panel at The CW 2014 Summer TCA held at the Beverly Hilton Hotel on Friday.
    Associated Press

  • "We still get excited about it," Jensen Ackles told journalists Friday at the "Supernatural" panel at the The CW 2014 Summer TCA.

      "We still get excited about it," Jensen Ackles told journalists Friday at the "Supernatural" panel at the The CW 2014 Summer TCA.
    Associated Press

 
By Alicia Rancilio
Associated Press

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. -- "Supernatural" stars Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki say the TV series they started nine years ago remains just as fun today as it did at the beginning.

"We still get excited about it," Ackles told journalists Friday at the Television Critics Association summer press tour.

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"I remember getting the last script of season nine, I got all giddy about it. I was excited to see what happens in season 10. As long as there's still that fulfillment ... we will keep going."

Padelecki added, "I think we know the show enough and our characters enough that if there's an end coming I think we'll all see it."

"Supernatural" follows Ackles and Padalecki as brothers who battle the supernatural.

The CW network remains committed to the idea of a spin-off even though the network passed on the pilot for "Supernatural: Bloodlines."

President Mark Pedowitz said that show, "creatively did not quite get to where we wanted it to go" but he's open to trying again.

"I think it's a great franchise that has a lot of legs to it."

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