Futurama fans shouldn't stray too far since Matt Groening's The Simpsons is on deck. Entering its, holy crap, 24th season, the panel will be moderated by David Mirkin and includes the voice of Lisa, Yeardley Smith, as well as Groening, executive producer Al Jean and supervising producer Mike Anderson.
Futurama made an appearance at Comic-Con last year after being resurrected by Comedy Central and are now back for more! On top of the incredibly talented voice cast that includes Billy West, Katey Sagal, John DiMaggio and Maurice LaMarche, the panel also includes creator Matt Groening and exec producer David X. Cohen.
Once Upon A Time is gearing up for its second season and luckily for us, “magic is coming” to Comic-Con. Moderated by TV Guide’s William Keck, the panel includes stars Ginnifer Goodwin, Jennifer Morrison, Lana Parrilla , Josh Dallas, Emilie de Ravin and Meghan Ory as well as co-creators and executive producers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz.
HBO's Game of Thrones might have set the record for the largest casting announcement in the history of Comic-Con, which is fitting because the show was not only one of the premiere venues of the event but also already boasts one of the largest ensembles on television. It's not only a large cast but a great one and this long list of additions looks to continue the trend.
AMC's The Walking Dead was once again one of the most popular panels at Comic-Con and to support the overwhelming number of fans, this year it was moved to Hall H. At the packed event, AMC showed a four minute teaser for Season 3 and, for those who didn't get into the panel or aren't in San Diego, not to worry, the trailer is already online. Take a look...
For all of those that watched the last season finale of Breaking Bad all the way back in October 2011, I have some very good news: your wait is almost over. This Sunday, July 15th, marks the season five premiere of the show on AMC and we couldn’t be more excited. What will happen with Walt and Jesse’s business? Is Hank going to catch up with them? Where does everything go from here? Hopefully we’ll get a hint of that during today’s Comic Con panel.
Spartacus: War of the Damned will unfortunately be the final season of the Starz drama series, but I refuse to dwell on the approaching conclusion of the series as I wait for the SDCC panel to get underway. Series creator Steven S. DeKnight will be here to discuss the show, along with Liam McIntyre (Spartacus) and Manu Bennett (Crixus).
Smallville was one of the most successful shows in the history of the CW. The series, which chronicled the early years of Superman and Clark Kent’s transformation into a superhero, ran for an impressive 10 years and had a large, devoted fan base that was always glued to the screen. Unfortunately for Man of Steel fans the show ended its run last year, but for DC Comics fans who want to see another comic book character on the small screen your wait is almost over.
Game of Thrones has a fan base that could likely populate George R.R. Martin's fictional world of Westeros, so it's fitting that the SDCC panel for the HBO fantasy drama series be moved to the bigger Hall H at Comic Con this year. A Song of Ice and Fire author and Game of Thrones executive producer George R.R. Martin will be on today's panel, along with Alfie Allen as Theon Greyjoy, Emilia Clarke as Daenerys Targaryen, Michelle Fairley as Catelyn Stark, Rose Leslie as Ygritte, and Richard Madden as Robb Stark.
It’s ominous. And sinister. And spooky, in several parts. 666 Park Avenue promises a primetime soap opera by way of the Book of Revelations … and depending on whom you believe, O’Quinn could be playing Satan.
The Walking Dead has one of the strongest presences at this year's Comic Con, with an entire zombie event taking over the Petco Park baseball stadium and, happening as we speak, a packed panel in the massive Hall H. And the people who waited in the long line to get into that Hall H panel were given some excellent news
What's likely to be one of the most anticipated panels here at Comic Con is finally upon us. This afternoon, here in Hall H, the cast of AMC's The Walking Dead will take the stage for a panel to discuss the third season of the zombie drama based on Robert Kirkman's popular comic book series. We'll be live-blogging the panel, which promises a Q&A and a sneak preview of Season 3.
It's the community San Diego Comic Con 2012 panel live blog. Season 4! There's no Dan Harmon and the cast has been shoved off to Fridays under the all seeing eyes of new showrunners David Guarascio and Moses Port, and we're here in Ballroom 20 mostly to see what they have to say about how one of our favorite shows and how they're going to keep it awesome.
As expected, the Archer panel was hilarious. The ensemble is full of equally depraved and disgusting individuals and almost the entire excellent voice cast was on hand for the event. Moderated by TV Guide's Damian Holbrook, in attendance were H. Jon Benjamin, Aisha Tyler, Chris Parnell and Amber Nash as well as series creator Adam Reed.
FX brought Wilfred to Comic-Con for the second time this year and once again the panel didn't disappoint. Moderated by Alan Sepinwall, the panel featured most of the cast including Elijah Wood, Jason Gann, Fiona Gubelmann, and Dorian Brown as well as executive producer and head writer David Zuckerman and series director Randall Einhorn.