The Television Presence At San Diego Comic-Con 2009

Published 6 years ago by , Updated February 15th, 2014 at 4:26 pm,

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UpDated 7-2-09

Last year at the 2008 San Diego Comic-Con, the event was ruled by several big named movies that ranged from youthful vampires to illegal vigilantes.  TV was more a side-note than anything else.

This year at the 2009 Comic-Con, things will be a bit different as television programming seems to have a bigger presence than last year.

For instance, the Warner Brothers Television Group will have 11 different panels for their shows.  That’s a studio best for them.  ABC Studios will have 7 panels.  20th Century Fox will have 9 panels.

Do you think your favorite television show will be represented?

This year, I’m ready…  I hope.  So in preparation, I’ve started sifting through the network press releases and other resources, pulling it all together for myself.  I decided…  OK, maybe I was nudged a bit by Vic, to actually put it all prep info together here, for you, our loyal readers.

I’m done chatting.  Let’s take a look at what television panels are lined up for the 2009 San Diego Comic Con.


Wednesday Evening, July 22nd:

6-9 p.m.:
Warner Brothers Television will be airing pilot previews this evening for the early-arriving crowd.

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Human Target, V and The Vampire Diaries are the shows being previewed on this evening.


Thursday, July 23rd:

Burn Notice, Time To Be Determined (TTBD)
This panel will feature Bruce Campbell and writers from the series.

Legend of the Seeker, TTBD

Psych, TTBD

5-6 p.m.: Dexter

8 p.m. – Special Screening – Green Lantern [UPDATED]
Catch a special screening of the 5th DVD in the Green Lantern series, titled Green Lantern: First Flight. It will have it’s world premiere in Ballroom 20.  That’s 5 days before it’s released to DVD!

Continue to the next page for Friday’s schedule

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  1. When are they going to change the name to, Media Con. ???

  2. haha, good point

  3. If ScreenRant could really try to cover the “Doctor Who” and “Torchwood” panels that would be amazing! Watching amazing UK television shows in America does not always gaurantee good insights due to the fact that not only am I getting the show a season behind the airing in the UK, but they are very good about protecting their secrets!

    Plus, I’m not sure how many people in America know of these great shows! They just suck you in and are mind-blowing!

  4. Cheers Jessie, arnt they great. ;-)

    After watching Doctor Who and Torchwood, I can’t watch garbage like Fringe or Dollhouse. They just don’t even come close.

  5. We’ll see how things work, but my initial plan is to be there Jessie.

  6. Hopefully someone will be covering the Chuck panel. Dying to find out more about how the new Intersect will affect Chuck.

  7. Cool, I’ll be there in line for the Torchwood presentation.

    Now I really need to catch up on my Torchwood. 8-O