San Diego Comic-Con may be over, but the night isn’t over, nor is the great game of thrones. Basically, in tonight’s episode, a lot of plans got put into motion and some important decisions were made, and then things went straight to hell. But why talk in generalities? Here’s your place to talk about everything that…
It has vexed fans for years that some people call the main character of Doctor Who “Doctor Who” instead of just “The Doctor.” Well, departing showrunner Steven Moffat has some good news for the side which has insisted for years that either name is correct.
BBC America’s Dirk Gently’s Holistic Detective Agency premiered a very short clip from the second season of the show. Showrunner Robert Cooper said that the genre of season one may have been time travel, this season is very “something else”—a something else creator Max Landis said they couldn’t say at comic con or…
Even though they had just finished filming the Christmas special “Twice Upon a Time,” Doctor Who brought a small glimpse of it to Comic-Con—along with the news that Pearl Mackie would return as Bill, as well as frequent Moffat collaborator Mark Gatiss.
We’ve known about Freedom Fighters: The Ray—the first DC/CW series to feature an openly LGBTQ lead character—for a while, but the network finally gave us a look at it at Comic-Con. The trailer reveals that Ray will fight alongside a team called the Freedom Fighters—including DC superheroes Red Tornado, Black Condor,…
The Magicians took the chance provided by Comic-Con to reveal the Muntjac, a magic, living ship that will play a huge part in season three of the Syfy show. In a press event that same day, executive producer John McNamara said, “It will kind of be our Fury Road season. No resources. What do you do?”
Gotham took to Comic-Con last night, and although it mostly brought a retrospective that serves as a stunning reminder as to how completely off its rocker the show has gotten, it did give us a little tease as to what’s coming in season four—Jonathan Crane, in full Scarecrow mode, complete with his fear gas.
The Lucifer panel began with a teaser reel showing snippets of the shenanigans we’ll see in the show’s four upcoming standalone episodes, which will air ahead of season three this fall. There’ll be partying, fighting, Vegas mischief, and at least one scene involving the juggling of breast implants.
Of all the things the CW showed off at Comic-Con this year, Arrow had the least to show—but what it did promises that the explosive (literally) events of the last season’s cliffhanger are going to enact a heavy toll on Oliver Queen.
At the end of The Flash’s third season, out of nowhere Barry Allen was forced to give himself up to the Speedforce, lest Central City be destroyed. Now, much of this new trailer for season four is about how the team at Star Labs tries to move on in Barry’s absences.
HBO premiered the first trailer of season two of Westworld to a packed house at San Diego Comic-Con. And who could have guessed? The park—you know, the one where the robots who were being horrific abused by regular humans but then gained sentience and discovered how awful they’ve been treated—is in a lot of trouble.
Considering how season two of Legends of Tomorrow turned the show into one of the best, goofiest shows on TV, I’m very pleased to report that season three looks like more of the same in a very good way.
Fox’s new scifi sitcom The Orville wowed us in its first look, mainly because it managed to come off as both a loving homage to the campiest aspects of classic Star Trek while also being genuinely funny. The new Comic-Con trailer is much the same—reminding us that exploring the strange new frontiers can be a truly…
The finale episode of Riverdale’s first season saw Archie’s dad gunned down in a shocking act of violence—one that casts a sinister specter over the first look at season two, which sees Archie and the gang living in fear of a potential killer.
The Exorcist begins shooting its second season next week, so show brought no new trailer or even images to Comic-Con this year. But thanks to the cast and crew, we still got some insights into what to expect from the surprisingly excellent horror series come September 29, as the spooky show shifts locations and adds…
Between David Tennant, Community’s Danny Pudi, the hope of new footage, and the immense amount of nostalgia has for the beloved Disney cartoon, the DuckTales panel at San Diego Comic-Con was packed. And boy, did Disney XD make it worth their while.
Quite obviously, the cast of what may be TV’s most spoiler-protected show ever wasn’t going to march out onto Comic-Con’s Hall H stage and start spilling secrets, especially in the absence of David Lynch. In fact, they couldn’t even if they wanted to—aside from perhaps MacLachlan, the actors are only allowed to read…
As is their tradition, Marvel and Netflix didn’t just bring a clip of their latest show to their panel. They brought the whole first episode, and we have a spoiler-free review. Short version: It’s awesome.
Before the Defenders panel kicked off at San Diego Comic-Con, Jon Bernthal stepped out to introduce a short clip of the upcoming Punisher series. And it’s exactly what you’d expect, for good or ill.
The cast and crew of Fox’s new show set somewhere in the X-Men cinematic/television universe descended upon Comic-Con today with one of the more impressive panels of the week so far and plenty of new information about the series.