BONES is back at Comic-Con to promote its upcoming 10th season, and I’ll be live-blogging the festivities when they start around 12:30 PM PT.
Here’s the official panel description, and then check back around the panel’s start time for live updates!
“Fan-favorite actors David Boreanaz and Emily Deschanel and executive producer Stephen Nathan share secrets from the set, upcoming twists and turns, and what’s in store for Booth and Brennan as Bones enters its milestone tenth season. “
MANHATTAN: John Benjamin Hickey, Olivia Williams, Sam Shaw, and Thomas Schlamme Preview the New WGN America Series
WGN America’s second scripted series, MANHATTAN — which is about the 1940s-based Manhattan Project, which led to the creation of the atomic bomb — debuts this weekend, and not only is it gorgeous, but it’s also instantly compelling.
After the show’s recent Television Critics Association press tour panel, I spoke with series stars John Benjamin Hickey (Frank) and Olivia Williams (Liza) about what drew them to the series, and with creator Sam Shaw and director/executive producer Thomas Schlamme about the experience of making it…
Comic-Con is full of crazy experiences for pop culture nerds, and one of the things that stuck out to me this year was the opportunity to zip line through “Gotham City” thanks to Fox.
If you haven’t zip lined, it’s kind of crazy/terrifying: you step off a tall platform and have to take a step into nothingness to start things off. For the GOTHAM experience, you looked down on this:
COMMUNITY has been saved by Yahoo, so it is also making the return trek to Comic-Con. Check out the official panel description, and check back starting at 2:15 PM PT for live-blog updates.
“Will “six seasons and a movie” come true? Greendale Community College been saved by Yahoo, but what happens next to Jeff Winger and the study group? Moderator Michael Schneider, TV Guide magazine’s executive editor, joins Community creator Dan Harmon, executive producer Chris McKenna, and cast members Joel McHale, Gillian Jacobs, Jim Rash and Dino Stamatopoulos as they recap last season (including Dan’s heralded return to the show) and discuss the future of this fan-favorite comedy. ”
RUSH’s Dr. Alex Burke may be the angel on Rush’s shoulder, but it didn’t take long for Alex to submit to some shady business to help his BFF/save a life: in last week’s pilot episode, Alex stole some blood from his hospital in order to help Rush complete a surgery.
So what comes next? Larenz Tate (Alex) spoke with reporters about the trouble that will bring for his character…
UNDER THE DOME is returning to Comic-Con. Check out the official panel description, and follow along for a live-blog starting at 11:15 AM PT.
“The hit summer series is back for its second season, bigger than ever with higher stakes and catastrophic developments that leave no one safe under the dome. The inhabitants of Chester’s Mill must decide who to rally behind as Big Jim continues to fight for the town’s trust and allegiance, all while resources dwindle and the post-apocalyptic conditions continue to intensify. There are new faces, bigger mysteries, betrayal of alliances, and monumental revelations about the dome, which will lead to a shocking discovery of what is behind it. Journey back under the dome, where you can’t always believe what you see and nothing is impossible. An exclusive sneak preview at what’s to come in season 2 will be followed by a panel discussion with the cast: Mike Vogel (Bates Motel), Dean Norris (Breaking Bad), Rachelle Lefevre (Twilight), Alexander Koch, Colin Ford, and Mackenzie Lintz, along with executive producer Neal Baer.”
24: LIVE ANOTHER DAY may have concluded a few weeks ago, but franchise star Kiefer Sutherland is in San Diego to talk about the show’s run with executive producer/direct Jon Cassar.
Here is Comic-Con’s officially description of the panel, and check back starting at 10 AM PT for live updates for what the duo have to say.
“Jack is back at Comic-Con, damn it! Kiefer Sutherland takes the stage to celebrate 24‘s most iconic moments and highlights of Jack Bauer’s triumphant return in 24: Live Another Day. Catch the exclusive sneak peek at highly anticipated Blu-ray and DVD featurette, Worlds Collide, illustrating how the pulse-pounding storytelling was created for this thrilling new season. Screening and discussion moderated by executive producer Jon Cassar to be followed by Q&A.”
It’s that time of year again: Comic-Con is here!
Today (Thursday) marks the official first day of the Con, and between panels and press rooms, Give Me My Remote will have a lot of your favorites shows covered down in San Diego.
While all of the live-blogging is entirely dependent on the convention’s wifi cooperating, here is the tentative schedule (and time, since some panels may run long/start late) of panels that will be covered…
When SUPERNATURAL returns in October, Dean Winchester will be arguably in one of the worst situations he’s had to deal with so far — he’ll be a demon.
I sat down with Jensen Ackles (Dean) to talk about Demon Dean and the destruction he’ll be causing, his take on the “I’m proud of us” scene, and more…
SLEEPY HOLLOW pulled off one of the best twists of last season when it revealed in the final moments of their freshman season that John Noble’s Henry was much, much, much more than he appeared. (I’m remaining vague in case people haven’t seen the finale, but really, if you haven’t, please go watch it ASAP.)
To get a little clue about what the heck comes next, I sat down with Noble to talk about mining the character’s humanity, Henry’s next step in his plan, and more…
When BONES returns this fall, fans will see Booth — who will be four months into his imprisonment when the premiere opens — in a very, very vulnerable place.
SUPERNATURAL: Jeremy Carver Teases the Ramifications of Demon Dean, Sam’s Quest to Save His Brother, and More
SUPERNATURAL is no stranger to putting the Winchester brothers in pretty terrible positions to close out the season, and the end of season 9 was no different: Dean, after his apparent death, woke up as a demon.
I sat down with SUPERNATURAL boss Jeremy Carver to talk about the ramifications of Dean’s transformation, the theme of the season, and more…
This season’s Top 16 finalists perform for the nation again, before learning which dancers will be ending their journeys. Tune in to see if your favorites make the cut and who is sent home.
Judgment Week continues as celebrity judges Howie Mandel, Mel B, Heidi Klum and Howard Stern narrow down the competition. Nick Cannon hosts this top-rated summer series which features a colorful array of hopeful future stars as they compete for a chance to perform at the famed Radio City Music Hall and win the $1 million prize.
SLEEPY HOLLOW’s second season is exactly two months away, and when the show returns, fans will get a nice run of uninterrupted episodes.
“We have 18 episodes [in season 2]: we’re running 11 in a row, and then seven, starting in January,” showrunner Mark Goffman explained. “So we’re really looking at is as two halves [of story]. The season is a complete story, and it’s full of chapters, but we’re building towards a much bigger cliffhanger to leave people on with episode 11, and is one no one will see coming.”