Who's going to Comic-Con: 'Glee,' 'Game of Thrones,' 'Spartacus,' more


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Guess who’s going to Comic-Con this year?

Here’s an early list of shows we’re told will be presenting panels, plus more that are looking likely to join the fun in San Diego July 21-24:


True Blood (HBO)
Game of Thrones (HBO)
Spartacus: Vengeance
(Starz — hey, it’s a new name for season two!)
Torchwood (Starz)
Terra Nova (Fox)
Fringe (Fox)
Alcatraz (Fox)
Glee (Fox)
Once Upon a Time
Grimm (NBC)
The Big Bang Theory (CBS)
Person of Interest (CBS)
Walking Dead (AMC)
The Vampire Diaries (The CW)
The Secret Circle (The CW)
Eureka (Syfy)
Dexter (Showtime)
Shameless (Showtime)
Homeland (Showtime)
Warehouse 13 (Syfy)
Being Human (Syfy)
Sanctuary (Syfy)
Supernatural (The CW)
Nikita (The CW)
Ringer (The CW)
Chuck (NBC)
Alphas (Syfy)
Mythbusters (Discovery)
Penn & Teller Tell a Lie (Discovery)
The Simpsons (Fox)
Family Guy (Fox)

Check back for updates!

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  • dmac2498

    Just a typo, but you have True Blood listed twice

  • TheHil

    Glee has no business being at Comic-Con. It’s terrible, and a “Gleek” is not the same thing as a “Geek.” Can people stop watching it so it will go away, please? K thx bye.

    • Dash

      That was my first thought when reading the list. Why is Glee here?

      • Jessica

        Because they come every year. Hard to believe that there was once a time that Glee wasn’t the ratings juggernaut it is today. Also there are musical theater kids that would probably want to see them too.

      • tom

        glee and comic-con?

    • JJ

      Glee is LAME… agreed has no right to be at Comic Con. Soon we will see Barney the dinosaur at CC.

      • tom

        I don’t care if it is lame or not.. but comic-con?

    • Rebecca

      Actually it does have business being there. Just as much as ‘Big Bang Theory’ does. BBT is about a girl who moves in to the apartment building, and shows anti-social guys how to live life outside their workplace.
      Glee, is about social ‘rejects’ who also have popular kids who have a hard time dealing with social classes in school. Like bully’s, being someone else that isn’t yourself. Both shows represent those people at comic-con. Not only that, but it does have a fantasy touch to it, since the singing that goes on in the halls don’t actually happen, and it’s in the students/teachers head.

  • latham

    How does Glee belong on that list?

    • tom

      crack use?

  • Brit

    Seriously, why is Glee included?

  • Meg

    I agree that Glee seems like an odd choice for Comic-Con… No Supernatural?

    • Aaron

      Yep, also surprised no Supernatural listed as of yet anyway.

  • d

    SOA will be there too!

    • BHM1304

      They were there last year and it was a great panel, I was also wondering why Kurt and crew aren’t on this list.

      • Karin

        Kurt already tweeted a while ago that they were gonna be there again this year

  • John

    OK, so Glee is kind of stretch, but aren’t most musicals fantasy in their own way?

  • Johnny

    Yes for Fringe!!!!

  • steph

    yessss torchwood and game of thrones! i am so there!

  • lizzen

    Here’s hoping for Supernatural and Nikita. I would also adooooore a Mad Men panel, specifically one on the art direction and design. Star Wars: The Clone Wars didn’t have one last year, I think, but they did in 2009 – would love to see them again!

  • Liz Lemon

    Excited for Spartacus, True Blood, Game of Thrones, and The Walking Dead.

  • t.t

    no community?!?!?!??

    • Blerg

      I’m pretty sure they’ll be there. They had a great panel last year, and Donald Glover’s doing a show out there that Friday. Besides, nothing from NBC’s even been announced/confirmed yet (I think)!

  • BHM1304

    So does this mean that Penn and Teller Bulls#it, one of the longest running shows in Showtime history if not the longest, has finally gotten canceled by Showtime? That sucks.

  • Mab

    There’s also going to be a ’60s “Batman” reunion!

  • Paul

    There aren’t any Showtime shows on it. Dexter has been there at least since season 2, so I would say the list isn’t comlete yet.

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