Star Trek is about to make a major return to television this fall on CBS’s exclusive All Access streaming platform with Star Trek: Discovery. The series is set 10 years prior to Star Trek: The Original Series and features the voyages of Starfleet as they travel space in search of new worlds.
The Star Trek: Discovery panel will feature members of the cast and creative team for an in depth discussion about the franchise’s small screen revival.
Marvel has made its mark on the the big screen, broadcast TV, and Netflix, and it’s about to expand that footprint to Hulu with Marvel’s Runaways. Based on the comics of the same name, it tells the story of six teenagers, played by Rhenzy Feliz, Lyrica Okano, Virginia Gardner, Ariela Barer, Gregg Sulkin, and Allegra Acosta that have to team up to face off against their own parents
Marvel’s television head, Geoff Loeb, and executive producers Josh Schwartz and Stephanie Savage will be present at the panel to reveal exclusive footage before the show’s streaming premiere on November 21st.
About to head into its fifth season, Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Marvel’s first TV show, has seen it all, from Hydra to Inhumans to Ghost Rider to LMDs, and now, based on the end of season 4, space. Maybe even a S.W.O.R.D. connection? After the events of The Framework and the team's effort to thwart Aida, fans will be excited to learn additional details about the fallout of the season finale on Mac, Fitz, Coulson, and others.
To give the first peek at season 5, Jeph Loeb will be present with the show’s entire cast and executive producers to debut some never-before-seen-footage.
After Marvel’s The Defenders team-up officially released on Netflix, all eyes have turned to the platform’s next MCU installment: The Punisher. With Frank Castle played by Jon Bernthal, The Punisher will continue the character’s story from his introduction in Daredevil season 2 while also providing additional flashbacks to his time in the military.
The Punisher panel will feature a Q&A hosted by Marvel’s television head and The Punisher executive producer, Jeph Loeb.
Heading into its eighth season, The Walking Dead is still showing no signs of stopping anytime soon for television's top rated show. After a season and a half of Negan serving as the protagonist, fans are definitely interested to see what the show has in store moving forward with him possibly taking a step back for much of season 8.
The Walking Dead’s cast and executive producers will be present at the panel to discuss the end of season 7 and provide the first sneak peek for season 8.
Warner Bros. is bringing out the big guns for TV, combining its biggest shows into a single panel, including NBC’s thrilling crime drama, Blindspot, Hulu’s JJ Abrams adaptation of Stephen Kings’ Castle Rock, and FOX’s proto-Batman origins story, Gotham, as it heads into its 4th season.
The super sized panel will feature special video sneak-peeks and Q&A sessions with various members of the cast and producers from each show.
After the success of last year’s Legion on FX, the X-Men universe is continuing to make its way to television with The Gifted, the story of a family on the run to protect their children with recently discovered “gifts” from a government interested in tracking them down.
A product of the X-Men franchises top brass, Bryan Singer, Lauren Shuler Donner, Simon Kinberg, Marvel’s head of television, Jeph Loeb, and others, The Gifted panel will feature a first-look at the show’s second episode.
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