The directors and producers of both films (plus special guests) will headline special presentations Oct. 9 at New York Comic Con.
Executive Producer Greg Plageman, star Jim Caviezel and the cast of Person of Interest appeared at New York Comic Con, where they explained how the characters, and status quo, have changed in the CBS drama’s third season.
The stars of FX’s animated spy-comedy Archer speak about their roles in the upcoming season, Cheryl/Carol’s new fetishes, Pam’s sexual appetites and more.
The cast and crew of Adult Swim’s Eagleheart explained the big changes in store for the comedy during their panel at New York Comic Con.
The League creators Jeff Schaffer and Jackie Marcus-Schaffer were joined at New York Comic Con by most of the cast to talk about comedy, improvisation and how they assemble an episode of the FXX series.
The Following creator Kevin Williamson, stars Kevin Bacon, James Purefoy and more gave a sneak peek at Season 2 of the Fox cult drama during New York Comic Con.
Person of Interest showrunner Greg Plageman appeared at New York Comic Con with stars Jim Caviezel, Taraji P. Henson, Kevin Chapman, Amy Acker, and Sarah Shahi to tease what lies ahead for the hit CBS drama.
Archer creator Adam Reed and stars Jessica Walter and Lucky Yates spoke at New York Comic Con about breaking new ground in the new season, the return of Pigley III, and Lucille Bluth vs. Mallory Archer.
The cast and creators of FXX’s first original series Chozen spoke at New York Comic Con about the upcoming animated comedy, which centers on a gay ex-con in search of revenge, redemption and fame as a rapper.
The Heart, She Holler co-creator John Lee, comedian David Cross and others highlighted a panel at New York Comic Con about the weirdest show currently airing on Adult Swim.
At New York Comic Con, Bob’s Burgers creator Loren Bouchard was joined by the show’s cast to tease the new season, give out a few hugs … and touch their own butts.
At New York Comic Con, The Venture Bros. creators Jackson Publick and Doc Hammer answered audience questions, called out cosplayers, and even cut a rug with one lucky fangirl, but avoided any discussion of the sixth season.