Producers Jeremy Carver and Andrew Dabb discuss the threat of the darkness, the consequences of killing Death, and spending a little downtime in the Impala with the Winchesters.
Jamie Lee Curtis made her Comic-Con International debut, joining series co-creator Ryan Murphy and the casts of FX’s “American Horror Story” and Fox’s “Scream Queens.”
The action-movie veteran talked at Comic-Con International about returning to television in the new NBC thriller, and his “favorable discussions” with Marvel about Blade.
Stars Jensen Ackles, Jared Padalecki and Misha Collins spoke at Comic-Con about reuniting against the Darkness in “Supernatural’s” 11th season.
Director Michael Dougherty and stars Adam Scott and Toni Collette promise a return to character-driven horror films of the ’80s with their upcoming holiday treat.
The actor-comedian made his Comic-Con International debut with a panel for the new FX comedy about a washed-up rocker given another shot at fame.
At Comic-Con International, Executive Producer Jeff Pinkner and stars Billy Burke, James Wolk and Kristen Connolly looked at what’s ahead for the summer-event thriller.
Stars Hugh Dancy and Richard Armitage joined executive producers Bryan Fuller and Martha De Laurentiis at Comic-Con for a celebration of the canceled NBC thriller.
The stars and producers of Fox’s “Minority Reporter” explain the evolution of the TV sequel to Steven Spielberg’s 2002 sci-fi thriller.
The actor spoke at Comic-Con International about reprising his role as fan-favorite Hiro Nakamura for the NBC miniseries, and wonders what happened to Ando.
Denis Leary, John Corbett and Elizabeth Gillies talked at Comic-Con International about fame, music, family and being cool next to real-life rock stars.
Matt Groening, Al Jean, Nancy Cartwright & Co. were joined at Comic-Con International by a surprise guest during the “Simpsons” panel.