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Comic-Con 2016: Star Trek

I am sorry to report that the Star Trek 50th Anniversary panel in Hall H was a bit on the disappointing side. There was little news about the series that will be aired on CBS All Access in January 2017 except for a title -- Star Trek: Discovery. (Discovery is

Comic-Con 2016: Lucifer

Family Matters Threaten Lucifer’s ‘Vacation’ The star of Lucifer, Tom Ellis, has a tricky problem. He’s a HUGE Battlestar Galactica fan and now Battlestar actress Tricia Helfer has been cast as his mother. It seems the soul of mother has stolen a body to escape — a sexy one at that.

Comic-Con 2016: Prison Break

Coming back from TV death. We have the show The Flash to thank for a new chapter/reboot of the series Prison Break. Really. Prison Break ran for four seasons from 2005-2009, but has been dormant now for seven years. Let me say that again – seven years! That was, until

Comic-Con 2016: Supernatural

Now Truly a ‘Family’ Show. In case you missed the end of Season 11, mom’s back! That right, Mary Winchester has returned from death’s clutches, not as ghost, but in a physical form. And that’s created a whole new dynamic for the show’s 12th season. Showrunner Andrew Dabb added, “Sam never

Comic-Con 2016: 24: Legacy

The folks behind 24: Legacy scoff at it being called “a reboot.” “We all felt Jack Bauer had had his day,” said producer, Howard Gordon. But the idea of a completely different list of characters within the CTU world created by the original series? At first, Fox had its doubts. “They

Comic-Con 2016: Sherlock

What’s the secret to keeping BBC’s Sherlock fresh? “That’s easy,” said writer/producer Steven Moffat. “We just don’t make many of them,” he said, “so it’s always fresh.” But the good news is that after only one Victorian-themed special during a two-year wait, we will finally get a Season Four of three new episodes.

Comic-Con 2016: Games of Thrones

This Season has been a battle. As any Game of Thrones fan knows, quite a few characters bit the dust this season. Three were at the panel – Kristian Nairn (Hodor), Faye Marsay (the Waif), Iwan Rheon (Ramsay Bolton). David Benioff  (who created the show with D.B. Weiss) recalls speaking with writer George R.R.