"I would say for me—and (co-showrunner Robert Singer) was closer to it than I was, because he was on set during the last episode—it’s bittersweet, obviously," says Andrew Dabb. "We’re really proud of the work that we did, but we’re also sad that we’re not going to get to do more of it. But it didn’t feel like we were going out on fumes. It felt like we still had stories to tell, so that feels good. It feels like it’s a strong exit, although I will say for me, personally, I’m still in denial that it’s over. Bob and I still have a lot to do in post, and sound, and visual effects, and all that kind of stuff, so it’s still going on for me. It’s not over yet, but probably like middle of November, I’ll just collapse in a corner somewhere." Singer adds: "I would just add to that, that it was bittersweet, and there was a certain amount of sadness, but I don’t think any of us were looking back and thinking we made the wrong decision." ALSO: Jensen Ackles and wife Danneel Ackles form a production company and ink a Warner Bros. TV deal.