Comic Con is often remembered for the big panels in Hall H, the massive studio presence by companies like Marvel, and the fans. When Marvel announced they would not have the usual massive presence many worried that the behemoth that is SDCC might be slowing down in its old age (next year the con turns 50). Nothing could have been further from the truth.
Along with news of tentpole films like Aquaman, WonderWoman84, and Godzilla King of Monsters there were also a lot of great new trailers for shows like Doctor Who, Star Trek: Discovery, and the Walking Dead franchise.
Sometimes those big reveals overshadow some other shows worthy of attention.
Here are a just a few of the TV trailers that premiered over the weekend.
From Seth McFarlane (Family Guy, American Dad) comes the second season of The Orville which is set to premiere December 30th on FOX:
Macfarlane also produced the updated version of Carl Sagan’s 1980 COSMOS. It premiered in 2014 and was hosted by Neil deGrasse Tyson who returns for season two of the series which is set to premiere in March of 2019:
Produced by the Russo brothers and based on the best selling graphic novel Deadly Class premieres on SYFY in 2019:
Disenchantment, a new series from the people that brought you Futurama and The Simpsons will premiere on Netflix on August 17th:
A guilty pleasure show is Stan Against Evil which returns for its third season on October 31st on IFC:
In a rare movie/TV tie-in, the recently released The First Purge film is going to be follwed by The Purge, a 10 episode TV Event on the USA Network that premieres September 4th:
The CW‘s partnership with DC appears to still be strong with a slate of trailers should have nerd salivating to see the return of all their favorite shows.
First up, the fifth season of The Flash is set to premiere on October 9th:
Returning October 9th is the sophomore season of Black Lightening:
The once cancelled Supergirl is returning for a 4th season on the network that saved it on October 14th:
Then we have the seventh season of Arrow, which returns on October 15th:
Next up is Legends of Tomorrow which returns October 22nd.
The CW is also branching out by doing a sort of reboot of the popular show Roswell with a new show called Roswell, New Mexico: