'Supernatural,' 'Fringe' and More Shows Reveal Comic-Con 2012 Plans
'Supernatural,' 'Fringe' and More Shows Reveal Comic-Con 2012 Plans
John Kubicek
John Kubicek
Senior Writer, BuddyTV
Comic-Con is just a month away, and Warner Brothers has now released its full slate of TV shows that will be featured. The list spans multiple networks, from CW favorites like Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries to FOX's Fringe. The network will also be debuting a number of its biggest new sci-fi shows like Arrow, Kevin Bacon's The Following and J.J. Abrams' Revolution.

Check out the full Warner Brothers TV schedule for Comic-Con 2012 to see who might be on hand to discuss their shows. Note that lineups are subject to change.


As always, the night before Comic-Con begins, the studios will screen the pilots of a number of new shows. This year fans can watch the pilot episodes of ABC's 666 Park Avenue (starring Lost's Terry O'Quinn), the CW's Arrow and Cult, FOX's The Following and NBC's Revolution.


Nikita: Stars Maggie Q, Shane West and Lyndsey Fonseca, along with executive producer Craig Silverstein, are expected to attend.


The Big Bang Theory: For the first time ever, the popular comedy's stars and producers will be in the massive Hall H.

Cult: This surreal new mid-season CW show about the rabid fans of a cult favorite TV show will land on Friday the 13th with stars Matt Davis (The Vampire Diaries), Jessica Lucas (Melrose Place), Alona Tal (Supernatural) and Robert Knepper (Prison Break).

Arrow: The CW's new superhero drama will arrive at Comic-Con with star Stephen Amell. As a bonus, here's the network's new, extended promo.

666 Park Avenue: The panel for this new sci-fi soap on ABC about a haunted apartment building in New York will include Lost's Terry O'Quinn.


The Vampire Diaries: Stars Nina Dobrev, Paul Wesley and Ian Somerhalder will be on hand with executive producers Kevin Williamson and Julie Plec.

The Following: It's a double-dose of Kevin Williamson on Saturday as he talks about his new mid-season FOX serial killer drama with stars Kevin Bacon and James Purefoy.

Revolution: Creator and executive producer Eric Kripke (Supernatural) is joined by the pilot's director Jon Favreau and stars Billy Burke (Twilight) and Giancarlo Esposito (Breaking Bad) to discuss the epic new drama set 15 years in the future after all forms of power have suddenly been eliminated.

Person of Interest: The stars and producers of this CBS drama will be back to discuss season 2.


Supernatural: Stars Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins, Jim Beaver and Mark Sheppard join writer Ben Edlund and new showrunner Jeremy Carver to talk about season 8.

Fringe: Get ready to say goodbye as Anna Torv, Joshua Jackson, John Noble, Jasika Nicole, Lance Reddick and Blair Brown join the show's producers to discuss the final season on the final day of Comic-Con in the massive Hall H.

What do you think of the Warner Brothers show panels? Do you prefer New Show Friday, Kevin Williamson Saturday or Supernatural and Fringe Sunday?

(Image courtesy of the CW)