Comic-Con 2011: TV Trailer Round-Up

Published 4 years ago by , Updated March 3rd, 2014 at 7:06 am,

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Comic-Con 2011 played host to a huge assortment of TV panels, most of which featured a teaser or trailer of some kind. If you couldn’t make it to San Diego (or were stuck in line with thousands of other convention attendees) you can catch up on the TV previews right here.

Trailers for Ringer, Torchwood: Miracle Day, Eureka, Warehouse 13, True Blood, The Vampire Diaries, Fringe, Supernatural and Doctor Who have been posted online. We’ll update this list as new videos are added over the next few weeks.

So without further ado, here’s all the Comic-Con exclusive footage, which is now a little less exclusive. Enjoy!



If you’re wondering what a fairly standard thriller is doing with a full panel at Comic-Con, look no further than Ringer‘s leading lady Sarah Michelle “Buffy” Gellar. The new footage is the best look yet at The CW’s upcoming series.


Torchwood: Miracle Day

Starz showed a tantalizing glimpse of the continuing events of Miracle Day at the Comic-Con panel. Torchwood‘s 2011 run has already started, so a lot of the footage has already been seen – but there’s still a few explosive shots.



Syfy’s staple Eureka finally closes out its fourth season this year. As the town prepares a manned trip to one of Jupiter’s moons, guest stars like Ming Na, Wallace Shawn (“Inconceivable!”), Wil Wheaton, Dave Foley, Stan Lee and Felicia Day are shown.


Warehouse 13

Syfy’s hit Warehouse 13 is in the middle of its third season. The Comic-Con preview heavily features newcomer Steve Jenks (Aaron Ashmore) along with guest star Jeri Ryan and fan-favorite Jaime Murray as H.G. Wells – who may be getting her own series in the near future.


True Blood

HBO’s take on sexy vampires is in its fourth season at the moment, but the Comic-Con video gives a few tantalizing looks at Sookie gaining more control over her powers, the witches getting bolder, and of course, more sex and violence. True Blood fans, beware of spoilers.


The Vampire Diaries

Those waiting for some broadcast-flavored vampires will be satisfied come September when The Vampire Diaries returns to The CW. In the meantime you can watch the Comic-Con teaser, featuring Elena’s identity crisis and the ghosts of girlfriends past.



Fox didn’t show any new footage at the Fringe panel, but they did have a mock casting call to replace Peter. See if you can name all the actors present, and be sure to Observe the┬ásartorial┬ásplendor of the final applicant.



Supernatural‘s seventh season bows in September, and if the Comic-Con preview is any indication, it won’t disappoint. Castiel is back, and he’s making the ultimate power play… with some seriously creepy results.


Doctor Who

The Doctor is in on BBC America starting August 27th with the last six episodes of the current season. Monsters! Angels! Nazis! And certainly not least, Amy Pond dual-wielding samurai swords and The Doctor in a top hat and tails!


You can also check out the Comic-Con trailers for Dexter, The Walking Dead, The Last Airbender: Legend of Korra, and Green Lantern: The Animated Series, all of which have their own posts.


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  1. Vampire Diaries trailer is from last year/season :/

    • Whoops, sorry about that – pasted the wrong Youtube link. It’s fixed.