Comic-Con is a crazy convention. The four-day event is packed with more panels, screenings and activities than any one person can cover, so odds are there are more stories than any one person can read. So to help you sort the essential from the entertaining, the IndieWire TV Team has narrowed down their dozens of stories to the takeaways you need to know right now.
IndieWire TV Editor Liz Shannon Miller, TV Critic Ben Travers and Senior Editor Hanh Nguyen sat down for Very Good TV Podcast to pair down an extended weekend of insanity to the bare essentials. Not only do they cover the information you only knew if you were in the room, but they highlight the biggest news items that TV fans should be aware of, especially if they tried to keep up all Comic-Con and couldn’t.
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Related News & Articles: What We Learned at Comic-Con
- “American Gods” may not have broken out with its trailer, but there was a lot to learn at the panel.
- “Archer” blew the lid off the Indigo Ballroom with its plans for Season 8.
- “Game of Thrones” put out a blooper real that’s almost as good as the show itself. Don’t miss it.
- “The 100” dodged controversy (for the most part) at a compelling Comic-Con panel.
- Get your first look at Noah Hawley’s follow-up to “Fargo,” FX’s new Marvel series, “Legion.”
- “Luke Cage” dropped its first footage at Comic-Con, teasing a new season on Netflix.
- “Van Helsing” may be a character worth watching thanks to Neil LaBute.