Comic-Con took over the universe this weekend. Here are all — and I mean all — the trailers you want to see.

Comic-Con was this past weekend and every single TV show you care about was there, dropping news and trailers left and right. NO TIME TO TALK, JUST SHOVE ALL OF THIS INTO YOUR EYEHOLES:

Westworld will return on HBO in 2020.

Vanity Fair‘s Joana Robinson does a good breakdown on the trailer and what it could all portend for what is supposed to be a less confusing season. We will see about that.

The Walking Dead returns on AMC on October 6 with the Whispers War, and this trailer, holy shit. At Comic-Con, Robert Kirkman warned fans to not expect the show to have the same ending as the comic books. Also, that Rick Grimes movie? It’s coming to theaters, not TV. Danai Gurira did confirm that this will be her last season, which I thought we already knew? Anyway.

Warming Glow breaks down the trailer for you here.

Star Trek: Picard will debut on CBS All Access here in the U.S. in early 2020. Here is a Twitter breakdown of the Comic-Con panel.

The Witcher is going to debut on Netflix sometime this fall. The showrunner says the show will stick to the books, and not adapt the games.

Watchmen is set to debut on HBO sometime this fall and it sure looks like Dr. Manhattan will somehow be involved.

Snowpiercer will debut on TBS in 2020.

Carnival Row will debut on Amazon on August 30.

Preacher returns on AMC for its fourth and final season on August 4.

Harley Quinn, the DC Universe animated series, dropped a trailer that uses a few dirty words so watch at work carefully. The series debuts “soon.”

The Magicians released a season five sneak peek. The Magicians returns on Syfy in 2020 and there WILL be a musical episode according to the Comic-Con panel:

Steven Universe: The Movie will debut on Cartoon Network on September 2.

Rick & Morty returns on Adult Swim in November. The alien in this clip is Taika Waititi, by the way:

The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance released a making-of feature. It will debut on Netflix on August 30.

The Terror: Infamy released a trailer and a five-minute first look featurette. This season debuts on AMC on August 12:

neXt will debut on Fox in 2020.

The Expanse will debut on Amazon Prime on December 13.

The Flash returns on The CW on October 8.

Man in the High Castle will return on November 15. They released the first couple of minutes of the new season at Comic-Con:

Wynonna Earp will return for its final season on Syfy in 2020.

Black Lightning will return on The CW on October 21.

Impulse returns on YouTube this fall:

Supergirl will return on The CW on October 6.

Arrow will return to The CW for its final season on October 15.

Star Trek: Short Treks returns on CBS All Access this fall. Tribbles! And H. Jon Benjamin!

Project Blue Book will return on History Channel this winter:

Fear the Walking Dead returns on AMC on August 11.

Mayans M.C. returns on FX on September 3.

Nancy Drew debuts on The CW on October 9.

Marvel announced the rough dates for its new Disney+ series:

  • The Falcon and the Winter Soldier will premiere this fall.
  • WandaVision will debut in the winter.
  • Loki will begin streaming in the spring of 2020.
  • What If … ? will debut in the summer of 2020.
  • Hawkeye will premiere in the fall of 2020.

Big news for my nemesis, The Orville, which is moving to Hulu for its third season. Apparently, it was going to take too long to make season three in time for a midseason debut, so thanks to the Disney/Fox merger, it made sense to move it over to Hulu which is going to be fully owned by Disney soon.

The Bob’s Burgers movie, which is happening, is going to be a musical. Considering the series is a musical, this is not exactly news.

Supernatural had an emotional final Comic-Con appearance and gave away Baby, the Chevy Impala to one very lucky fan in the audience. And they broke some casting news that you can find below.

The Good Place also had an emotional final panel, as you can see from Kristen Bell’s Instagram account:

And speaking of final panels, Game of Thrones. Benioff and Weiss dropped out of the panel, leaving the show’s stars to defend the show’s final season on their own. Nikolaj Coster-Wadlau claimed the level of vitriol towards the finale was surprising, but added the show has always been controversial and that “when it comes to the end it’s gonna piss you off no matter what, because it’s the end.” Conleth Hill went with claiming the fans’ reaction was inflamed by a hateful media. Ummm … no?

Maisie Williams debunked a sexist theory that Arya had help from Jon Sow in getting to the Night King. And Isaac Hempstead-Wright claims that Bran didn’t know for certain he would become king, therefore he’s not evil. I’m not buying it.

When Nikolaj Coster-Wadlau claimed that Jaime and Cersei’s endings were “perfect,” someone went full Joe Wilson and shouted “LIAR!” at him. I agree with the would-be Joe Wilson. And when someone asked Jacob Anderson why Grey Worm didn’t just kill Jon Snow, he pulled down a Spiderman mask, before replying that Grey Worm “was just tired of it all.” Alright. Also, apparently Grey Worm has a penis, just no balls. And now you know.


  • NOS4A2 has been renewed for a second season at AMC.
  • The Boys has been renewed for a second season ahead of its premiere on Amazon.
  • Fear the Walking Dead has been renewed for a sixth season on AMC.
  • Doom Patrol was renewed for a second season and interestingly, it will be available on both DC Universe and HBO Max.
  • Archer was renewed for an 11th season at FXX.
  • Impractical Jokers was renewed for a 9th season at TruTV.
  • Young Justice has been renewed at DC Universe for season four.

In Development

Casting News

Mark Your Calendar

  • Catherine the Great will debut on HBO this fall:
  • Room 104 returns on HBO in September:
  • No One Saw a Thing will debut on Sundance on August 1.
  • Ghost Adventures: Serial Killers will debut on Travel Channel on October 5. Additionally, Ghost Adventures will explore the Conjuring house on Halloween.
  • Titans returns on DC Universe on September 6.
  • The Misery Index will debut on TBS on October 22.
  • Love After Lockup will return on WE tv on August 16.
  • And this is not a TV show, but a movie, but it’s my blog, I do what I want: A Beautiful Day in the Neighborhood will open in theaters in November, and I am not even kidding, I’m crying already:


Paul Krassner, Political activist, author, creator of the “Yippies” and prankster


The Bachelorette: The Men Tell All: Bring your throwing tomatoes and cabbage; Luke is back. 7 p.m., ABC

The Big Lebowski: “Nice marmot.” 7 p.m., Starz Cinema

Years and Years: Are you watching this show? It’s TERRIFYING. And soooo good. Watch it. Catch up on HBO Go and watch this show.  8 p.m., HBO

Late Night:

  • Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon: David Spade, Jeff Foxworthy, Red Hearse
  • Late Night with Seth Meyers: Sen. Cory Booker, Fred Savage, Kane Brown, Mark Lanegan
  • The Late Show with Stephen Colbert: Jake Gyllenhaal, Marianne Williamson
  • The Late Late Show with James Corden: Paul Scheer, Stana Katic, the 1975
  • Jimmy Kimmel Live: Quentin Tarantino, Keith L. Williams, Tal Wilkenfeld
  • The Daily Show: Jamie Bell
  • Watch What Happens Live: Chrissy Metz, Lance Bass


MON. 7:00 7:30 8:00 8:30 9:00 9:30
ABC The Bachelorette
Grand Hotel
CBS Love Island
The Code
CW Penn & Teller: Fool Us
Whose Line is it Anyway?
Whose Line is it Anyway?
FOX Beat Shazam
So You Think You Can Dance
NBC American Ninja Warrior

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