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From Superheroes to Aliens to Spies, Here Are Some of Comic-Con’s Hottest TV Trailers and Panels

From Superheroes to Aliens to Spies, Here Are Some of Comic-Con's Hottest TV Trailers and Panels

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As the 2015 San Diego Comic-Con continues, more and more new trailers are premiering, and it’s hard to keep up. Don’t worry, because here’s a quick list of the latest trailers, and even some highlights from the “Archer” panel, moderated by Indiewire’s Liz Shannon Miller. Check out all of the latest from Comic-Con below.

Heroes Reborn

Premieres September 24 on NBC

After the popularity of the 2006 superhuman drama “Heroes” (and despite the bad ratings that followed its last season) NBC decided to revamp it for a new miniseries, “Heroes Reborn.” The drama miniseries will follow new characters discovering their unique abilities, along with a few familiar faces. “Heroes Reborn” finds these heroes in danger after the government blames them for a terrorist attack. To introduce the start of the new miniseries, “Heroes Reborn: Dark Matters,” a digital prequel, will be released before the premiere of the show.

Into the Badlands

Premieres October 11 on AMC

Alfred Gough and Miles Millar, the writers behind “Shanghai Knights,” have created a new AMC series that combines martial arts with a warrior and young boy’s quest for enlightenment. Set in a world controlled by feudal barons, “Into the Badlands” displays major influence from Chinese cinema, as well as Quentin Tarantino’s work. Producers Stacey Sher and Michael Shamberg, who worked on both “Pulp Fiction” and “Django Unchained,” are co-producing “Into the Badlands.”

“The Man in the High Castle”

Premieres This Fall on Amazon

“X-Files” writer and producer Frank Sponitz and “Alien” director Ridley Scott have moved their talents to a new Amazon show, “The Man in the High Castle.” The series is based on Philip K. Dick’s novel of the same name, which focuses on what the United States would be like if the Allies had lost in World War II. As the Nazis take over the United States, some Americans continue the fight for independence.


Premieres This Fall on USA

In the near future, the Bowman family lives in an occupied Los Angeles. Some people decide to collaborate with these outsiders and cooperate with the new order, but others decide on rebellion and face consequences for doing so. After Will and Katie Bowman were separated from one of their sons during an invasion, they want to do anything to get him back. When a powerful figure offers Will the chance to get his son back, the family must decide where their allegiances lie, and what risks they are willing to take to reconnect their family. The USA drama stars Josh Holloway (“Lost”) and Sarah Wayne Callies (“The Walking Dead”).


Premieres in 2016 on Cinemax

“The Walking Dead” creator Robert Kirkman has developed a paranormal drama for Cinemax called “Outcast.” Starring Patrick Fugit, who was first seen as young journalist William in Cameron Crowe’s “Almost Famous,” it features a young man who has been possessed by demons since a young age, and sets out with an unconventional evangelist to figure out why he’s been possessed.


What’s Next for Archer?

Creator Adam Reed discusses what to expect for Season 7.

Dysfunctional Family

H. Jon Benjamin and Jessica Walter talk about voicing their characters.

What Happened to Phrasing?

Reed talks about the future of phrasing, one of Archer’s longest-running jokes.

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