Actor Jensen Ackles (right) plays Dean Winchester on CW’s Supernatural. (Samantha Anderson)

VIDEO: ‘Supernatural’ films in downtown Cloverdale

Actor Jensen Ackles, famous Chevrolet Impala spotted on 176A Street

Supernatural continues to film in downtown Cloverdale, along 176A Street.

Passerby watched Tuesday morning as a short exterior scene was filmed outside of ECO Thrift (5641 176A Street), in which actor Jensen Ackles, who plays Dean Winchester on the show, walks along a side street.

Film crews have transformed the store, the Cloverdale Library, and the adjacent sidewalk for the shoot.

Supernatural has filmed a few times in downtown Cloverdale in the past year, including chase scenes down side streets and constructing a faux burger shop and gazebo in Hawthorne Square.



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The production has set up at ECO Thrift Store in downtown Cloverdale as part of a multi-day shoot. (Samantha Anderson)

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