The former Supernatural star will join Kylie Bunbury and Katheryn Winnick in the final episode of the second season of the thriller series that airs in the United States on May 19.
Big Sky will be able to count on a new sheriff in the finale of the second season. As anticipated by Deadlinewill have the face of the former star of Supernatural Jensen Ackles who will make a cameo in the episode aired on ABC, in the United States, next May 19 (in Italy the series is available on Disney +). See it below in one preview clip while lending a hand to Jenny Hoyt (Katheryn Winnick), grappling with the resolution of the delicate case that kept the protagonists busy in the second half of the season. UPDATE: the cameo we will see in the season finale will be just the beginning. The actor, in fact, was promoted to regulate. We will therefore see him engaged full time in the series starting next season.
Big Sky 2: The character of Jensen Ackles and the previews of the ending
According to Deadline(Patrick Gallagher). We now know that the new sheriff has arrived to stay. Here you are the synopsis of the last episode released by ABC (pay attention to advances if you prefer not to know anything):
“In a struggle between head and heart, important decisions are made as Jenny works to find Travis before he reaches a dangerous point of no return; meanwhile, Ren and Jag form a new family bond and decide together how to handle their father now that has crossed the line. After receiving a surprise from Scarlett, Cassie takes her quest for justice in a different direction. Later, with Tubb momentarily off duty, a new sheriff arrives in town; and after getting to know Cassie and Jenny better, it looks like it may stay there for a while. “
The other commitments of Jensen Ackles
Jensen Ackles, best known for his role as Dean Winchester in Supernatural, however, remains one of the busiest actors of the moment. From next June 3 we will see him in the role of the “original superhero” Soldatino in the third season of The Boys. Together with his production company Chaoc Machine, he also produces the prequel series of Supernatural, The Winchesters, which has just been officially ordered by The CW. She recently directed an episode of Walker, the series starring his co-star Jared Padalecki. Finally, with Greg Berlanti, he is developing a new yet untitled series based on a DC Comics project.