The cast and director of Fox’s The Following, talked at New York Comic Con about the midseason drama, what sets it apart from Dexter, and how star Kevin Bacon was lured from movies to television.
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Creator Jonathan Nolan and the producers and cast of the hit CBS drama Person of Interest dished to fans at New York Comic Con about what to expect in the new season.
Grizz Chapman, one-half of Tracy Morgan’s entourage on 30 Rock, talked with Spinoff Online at New York Comic Con about his career as a bodyguard, how he landed the TV role, and his hopes for a re-connection with former flame Liz Lemon in the show’s final season.
Falling Skies showrunner Remi Aubuchon and the entire cast appeared at Comic-Con International discuss the return of Karen, a guest role for Terry O’Quinn, and what lies ahead for the Second Mass.
The cast and crew of NBC’s Grimm discuss the NBC fantasy drama, where they get the show’s unique vocabulary, and just what was in that sofa Sergeant Wu ate.
Creator Vince Gilligan, stars Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul and the entire cast of Breaking Bad discuss what depths Walter White will sink to in the fifth and final season of the acclaimed AMC series.
At New York Comic Con, The Venture Bros. co-creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer discussed the fifth season, their Liam Neeson movie pitch, Publick’s secret addiction to Entourage, and Hammer’s desire to write “the greatest Doctor Strange movie ever made.”
Robot Chicken co-creator Matthew Senreich what it’s like to work with Seth Green, which sketches got them in trouble, and how he’d like the hit series to end.
An all-star panel that included Seth Green, Geoff Johns and Macaulay Culkin gave a glimpse behind the scenes of Robot Chicken, announced a DC Comics episode, and explained why Frank Oz didn’t voice Yoda in the show’s Star Wars special.
The cast and crew of The Heart, She Holler, including Patton Oswalt and Kristen Schaal, discuss the upcoming Adult Swim miniseries described as “Falcon Crest with rickets.”
Lost writers Edward Kitsis and Adam Horowitz screened the pilot episode of their new ABC fairy-tale drama Once Upon a Time at New York Comic Con and fielded questions about the series, which premieres Oct. 23.
Following the premiere of the pilot episode at Comic-Con International, the cast and creator of The Secret Circle briefly discussed fantasy, romance and the drama’s existence in a world separate from The Vampire Diaries.