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Warner Bros. TV Announces Plans to Dominate Comic-Con 2015

Warner Bros. TV Announces Plans to Dominate Comic-Con 2015

Last year at Comic-Con International, Warner Bros. TV had a massive presence on the programming schedule and moved into Hall H with a three hour DC TV panel on Saturday night. This year, it’s just getting bigger.

Warner Bros. TV has unveiled its plans to bring the cast and producers from 18 TV series to San Diego Comic-Con in just under a month. Beginning on Preview Night, Wednesday, July 8, Warner Bros. TV will host live screenings of the pilot episodes for Supergirl, Lucifer, Blindspot, and Containment with the premiere of a new episode of Teen Titans Go! to round out the night.

On Friday, July 10, Warner Bros. TV will put on panels for returning shows The Big Bang Theory, Mike Tyson Mysteries, The 100, Teen Titans Go!, The Originals, and iZombie along with newcomer, Lucifer.

Warner Bros. TV and DC Entertainment will once again host a three hour panel on Saturday night, July 11, with the cast and producers of Gotham, The Flash, and Arrow previewing the new seasons of their respective series in addition an encore screening of the Supergirl pilot. The Vixen animated series will also be teased alongside the much anticipated, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow.

Also on Saturday, Blindspot, Person of Interest, and Containment will have spotlight panels during the day. On Sunday, July 12, Warner Bros. TV closes out Comic-Con with Childrens Hospital, Supernatural, and The Vampire Diaries.

Warner Bros. will also have a large booth on the Comic-Con showroom floor, which will host signings and giveaways from the various Warner Bros. TV programs.

Are you excited to check out Warner Bros. TV at Comic-Con International? Let us know in the comment section below!

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