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How To Watch SDCC 2018

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While there are plenty of people heading to California for San Diego Comic-Con 2018, there are also plenty of us who can't be there, for one reason or another.

Of course, just because you can't make it doesn't mean you want to miss out on all the big panels, reveals, announcements and more coming out of the convention over the next few days. With the likes of AquamanDoctor WhoThe Walking DeadBumblebee and more appearing this year, there's going to be a lot of news flying out of SDCC.

Read More: Screen Rant’s Comic-Con 2018 Guide

So, how do you watch Comic-Con 2018 panels? It's not as simple as you may expect from other conventions, so we've put together a handy guide for when and where you can keep up.

Hall H Panels

As with previous years, the infamous Hall H panels won't be live streamed. The panels, and the information released in them, is one of the big perks for ticket holders who've waited in line for hours, and SDCC likes to keep them exclusive. In order to follow along, you'll need to stay glued to social media for updates, and in particular, keep checking Screen Rant, because we'll have all the updates you need.

Big Panels for Hall H on Thursday include The Predator, Doctor Who, and Breaking Bad's 10-year celebration. We'll be bringing you full coverage on each, including the first full trailer for Doctor Who, starring Jodie Whittaker as the Doctor. On Friday, Hall H will play host to The Walking Dead and Star Trek Discovery, as well as Universal who will be delivering the first trailer for M. Night Shyamalan's Glass. The trailer is sure to appear online shortly afterwards, and we'll also have details on the panel itself. Make sure you're following us and Warner Bros. on Saturday, since their panel is likely to include lots of AquamanWonder Woman 1984 and Shazam info.

Read More: What Reveals & Trailers To Expect From DC At SDCC 2018

New Trailers and Footage

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With no livestreams from SDCC, that means a lot of the footage that screens in Hall H and beyond is just for con attendees; heavy security means leaks are almost impossible and rough cuts or early scenes are exclusive to those in attendance. Screen Rant will be delivering in-depth footage descriptions of everything shown.

Trailers are a different matter, however. Again, some of these are Hall H-exclusives, but in recent years more and more have been finding their way online. Expect the likes of GlassAquaman, and Godzilla: King of the Monsters to debut first look footage, and perhaps new teasers for BumblebeeFantastic Beasts 2: The Crimes of Grindelwald, and MowgliOn the TV side, Doctor Who, Iron Fist Season 2, The Walking Dead and Fear The Walking Dead are all likely to debut trailers during their panels, and possibly Star Trek: Discovery.

Screen Rant will be on hand with all the trailers, plus footage breakdowns and discussions, as always.

Read More: SDCC 2018: All The Trailers To Expect

The Best Of The Rest

Again, no live streams are confirmed for events outside of Hall H, so if there's a panel being held of a smaller show, you're going to have to keep an eye out on Screen Rant for big news.

Recaps

SDCC Comic Con 2018 Panels

While there are no SDCC livestreams, full Hall H panels do usually find their way online via official means in the days following convention. While there won't be any surprises in terms of news, it is a good way to relive the excitement of the event.

This #SDCC post is brought to you in partnership with Regal Cinemas.

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