The TV show Supernatural is in downtown Cloverdale today filming scenes for its thirteenth season. (Sam Anderson)

VIDEO: Cloverdale gets ‘Supernatural’ as fog, film crews descend

TV series Supernatural filming today in downtown Cloverdale.

Between the fog and the film crews, Cloverdale is feeling pretty Supernatural today.

The cast and crew of the hit American fantasy-horror TV series Supernatural is filming scenes for Season 13’s episode “Devil’s Bargain” on Monday and Tuesday along 176 Street in the downtown core.

Crews were on site last night to take down Christmas lights and wreaths that would have been in the shot. They hung flower baskets instead.

The popular TV series follows the Winchester brothers as they hunt the things that goes bump in the night. The two brothers, played by actors Jensen Ackles and Jared Padalecki, face off against supernatural creatures, from gods to monsters and everything in between.

On Monday morning, an actress could be seen rollerblading down the sidewalk past Elena’s Country Kitchen, narrowly missing pedestrians until she came to a stop by crashing into an actor holding a cake.

The series, which is filmed in Vancouver and the Lower Mainland, will be filming on site today in front of Elena’s Country Kitchen until 11:30 a.m., and will then shoot from noon to 3:30 p.m. in the alleyway behind Nana’s Antiques.

The crews will be back on Tuesday to film additional scenes along 176 Street.



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