For those on the ground, Comic-Con is all about out-cosplaying each other and getting up close, personal, and maybe a little sweaty, with their favorite artists, writers, actors, showrunners, toymakers, and more. For those outside of the San Diego bubble, it’s all about first-look clips and fresh-out-of-the-edit-suite new trailers. We’ll have them right here as they drop, with the newest trailers at the top.
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Rick Grimes is dead. Long live Rick Grimes. The Walking Dead is coming to the big screen and though this teaser doesn’t reveal much, it’s the first promo at all we’ve seen for it.
We’re getting the first full look of Chadwick Boseman’s police thriller 21 Bridges, which follows an embattled NYPD detective thrust into a citywide manhunt after uncovering a massive and unexpected conspiracy.
In theaters September 27, 2019.
Arnie’s back in action as Comic-Con hosts a new lengthy look at Terminator: Dark Fate, which will ignore every sequel after T2: Judgment Day. Linda Hamilton has long been known to be back as Sarah Connor, featuring prominently in the promo material thus far, but now it’s been confirmed that Edward Furlong is also back as not-so-young son John.
In theaters November 1, 2019.
Comic-Con is feeling the need! Tom Cruise made a surprise appearance in San Diego, reminiscing about making the original Top Gun in town and even across the street from the convention center 34 years ago. Cruise returns as Maverick who’s set to instruct Goose’s son (Miles Teller) into the open skies, in a movie he calls a love letter to aviation.
In theaters June 26, 2020.
The Askewniverse just got a little more crowded as Kevin Smith releases the first trailer for Jay and Silent Bob Reboot, where our two titular heroic heartthrobs smoke, fight, and pop culture reference their way to California to stop a Hollywood reboot of their comic book movie. Smith has lost none of his loquacity in recent years as evidenced not only by his burgeoning podcast empire, but the sheer amount of celebrities he’s convinced to show up for some R-rated cameos.
In theaters in 2019.
It’s 27 years after the events of the first It. The Losers Club has moved on and they’re all (penny)wiser from the experience, and not unlikely carrying a significant amount of trauma baggage. Bill Hader, Jessica Chastain, and James McAvoy are among the reformed adults Losers, who are called back to their always seemingly idyllic hometown to put an end to the trickster murder-clown once and for all.
In theaters in September 6, 2019.
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DC Universe gave fans a naughty look at Harley Quinn’s new animated series, with guest appearances by Aquaman, Batman, The Joker, Poison Ivy and more DC favorites.
Harley Quinn is coming soon to DC Universe.
In this full scene from The Magicians season 5, Julia Wicker (Stella Maeve) meets pig man Sir Effingham, who introduces a new quest for her.
Season 5 premieres in 2020 on Syfy.
Wynonna Earp promised “Everything you asked for” and shared a blooper reel.
Season 4 premieres in 2020 on Syfy.
The Flash introduced fans to Dr. Ramsey Rosso (Sendhil Ramamurth), aka Bloodwork. He doesn’t seem so bad. All he wants to do is prevent anyone from ever dying again. What could possibly go wrong?
Season 6 premieres October 8 at 8PM on The CW.
Supergirl gave fans a look at Kara (Melissa Benoist)’s new one-piece suit, and new cast members Julie Gonzalo and William Dey. This season, Supergirl’s new foe isn’t a villian. It’s addictive technology.
Season 5 premieres October 6 at 8PM on The CW.
Black Lightning also took a look back at the Pierce family joining forces as electric powered superheroes, ending with a tease as they’re recruited to fight the Markovian War in season 3.
Season 3 premieres October 21 at 9PM on The CW.
Arrow, the show that launched the Arrowverse on The CW, is coming to an end after its eighth season. They’re not revealing much about the big finale in this first look, which focuses more on a look back at the Arrowverse’s flagship series.
Season 8 premieres October 15 on The CW.
The final season of The Man in the High Castle begins this fall. The first scene shows Juliana (Alexa Davalos) waking up in a flower bed and stumbling across a seemingly good version of John Smith (Rufus Sewell), plus another unexpected reunion.
Season 4 pemieres November 15 on Amazon Prime.
Fans of the movie Snowpiercer have waited years to see TBS’s series adaptation, through different directors and showrunners and retooled pilots. Showrunner Graeme Mason and cast members Jennifer Connell, Daveed Diggs, Alison Wright, and Mickey Summer finally brought the first look to Comic-Con, which looks remarkably faithful to the film from tail to engine car.
Snowpiercer premieres next spring on TBS.
YouTube’s 100% fresh series Impulse returns for a second season as Henry (Maddie Hasson) tries to learn how to use her teleportation powers. If you need to catch up, YouTube is offering the whole first season free this summer.
Season 2 premieres this fall on YouTube Premium.
Peter joins Beavis and Butt-Head and Meg becomes anime in season 18 of Family Guy. Plus, the Griffins survive disasters of fire and water and Quagmire has a house full of cats. Giggity giggity meow meow!
Season 18 premieres September 29 on Fox.
Ever since Amazon saved The Expanse from cancellation at Syfy, fans have been waiting to find out when season 4 would appear on Prime. The Comic-Con trailer finally revealed that, as well as the Rocinante landing on the new planet Ilus. If that’s where season 4 begins, what’s in store for them on Ilus?
Season 4 premieres December 13 on Amazon Prime.
Shorter trailer for The Expanse season 4.
Season 4 premieres December 13 on Amazon Prime.
Trailer for Westworld: Season 3 (2019)
Ever since the hosts escaped the park, we’ve been waiting to see how they make it in the real world. HBO’s Comic-Con trailer gives us a peak, as well as a glimpse at Aaron Paul’s new character and perhaps a WWII era park. Also, Bernard (Jeffrey Wright) and The Man in Black (Ed Harris) aren’t gone yet either.
Westworld season 3 returns in 2020 on HBO.
It’s finally here! The trailer for Star Trek: Picard not only shows Patrick Stewart resuming his seat on the bridge, but Brent Spiner returns as Data (finally resolving the end of Star Trek: Nemesis), Borg actor Jonathan Del Arco is back, and even Voyager‘s Seven of Nine (Jeri Ryan) joins Jean-Luc Picard.
Star Trek: Picard beams onto CBS All Access in early 2020.
Coming up on season 2 of Disney’s Ducktales reboot are adventures in space and time, plus cameos from Donald and Gizmoduck!
Ducktales is now airing on Disney Channel.
The second season of History Channel’s Project Blue Book catches up to the Roswell landing, as Hynek (Aiden Gillen) doesn’t believe the official story about a weather balloon.
Project Blue Book season 2 returns this winter on History.
As we’re all learning what social media and apps like Face are doing with our data, Fox has a new event series about AI that really is trying to take over, including a device very similar to Alexa.
NeXt is coming in 2020 to Fox.
Can’t wait for Star Trek: Picard or season 3 of Star Trek: Discovery? Tide yourself over with more Star Trek: Short Treks. The trailer for six new shorts features Trek favorites Spock, Pike and Tribbles!
More Star Trek: Short Treks arrives this fall on CBS All Access.
HBO gave us a look at Damon Lindelof’s Watchmen series, starring Regina King, Jeremy Irons and Jean Smart, and showing us the world after the Alan Moore comic and Zack Snyder movie. Get a glimpse at some new masked vigilantes and some hints at where the surviving Dr. Manhattan is hiding in the new trailer.
Watchmen premieres this October on HBO.
The end is nigh for Preacher as Jesse (Dominic Cooper), Tulip (Ruth Negga) and Cassidy (Joseph Gilgun) try to stop the apocalypse while Hilter (Noah Taylor) plays both the piano and racquetball in Preacher‘s final season.
Season 4 premieres August 4 at 9PM on AMC.
Batman has gone missing. It’s up to one person – Bruce Wayne’s niece — to take up the mantle See the first, stylish full look at the new Batwoman show, starring Ruby Rose!
Season 1 premieres October 6, 2019 on CW.
Fantasy words collide in Carnival Row, starring Orlando Bloom as a bowler hatted gent who lives in a world of humans co-existing with wondrous creatures. There’s a clear heirachy, with homo spaiens at the top, which makes it all the more dangerous when Bloom’s character falls in love with a faerie, played by Cara Delevinge.
Season 1 premieres August 30, 2019 on Amazon.
Below we got the first look featurette on The Terror: Infamy. Now, here’s the trailer!
Season 2 returns August 12 on AMC.
The Gelfling are back to take down somre more Skeksis in this epic journey. Everything Netflix has put out for their Dark Crystal sequel series has been well-recieved, and this one looks no different.
Season 1 will premiere August 30, 2019 on Netflix.
Rick and Morty make a fashionably late return at this year’s Comic-Con with a clip featuring a new, wily alien called Glootie.
Season 4 will premiere November 2019 on Adult Swim.
The beloved open world RPG gets its deserved high-profile adaptation on Netflix, starring Henry Cavill as Geralt. At Comic-Con they revealed the first full look!
Season 1 will premiere 2019 on Netflix.
Hot off the 7-episode Season 2, the rainbow-powered looks to continue enrapturing younger fans while reminding adult viewers about the virtues of friendship and kindness.
Season 3 will premiere August 2, 2019 on Netflix.
Creepshow originally started as a horror film anthology series in the early ’80s – the first one was pretty great, the second not so much, and the third got a 0%. And that was about all we heard since for the Stephen King/George A. Romero joint. Now, Creepshow is back to spread its horror-comedy hijinks on Shudder. In keeping with the format, there will be two stories told per six episodes.
Season 1 premieres September 26, 2019 on Shudder.
The Reyes clan is back in the saddle for this Sons of Anarchy spinoff. Season 2 promises more brawls and gunplay, more gang intrigue, and the revelation that we’ll find out who killed Mama Reyes.
Season 2 will premiere September 13, 2019 on FX.
The showrunners announced that Season 7 of Agents will be the last. They’re currently in the tail end of Season 6, so this trailer gives a glimpse into the next three episodes.
Season 6 is currently airing on ABC.
They’ve tried adapting His Dark Materials before and it was not great. But HBO’s giving Philip Pullman’s anti-Narnia an expanded try, already committing to a second season just as they’re only initially dropping the first trailer at Comic-Con. James McAvoy, Ruth Wilson, Dafne Keen, and Lin-Manuel Miranda are among the stars.
Season 1 premieres Fall 2019 on HBO.
Tricia Helfer is joining the fourth season cast of Van Helsing as Dracula, leading the vampires’ rise through the world, while going up against Vanessa Van Helsing and her merry band of monster killers.
Season 4 returns Fall 2019 on Syfy.
The second season of the AMC horror anthology series aka The Terror: Infamy gets its first look which, unlike Season 1’s doomed 1840s sea expedition, is set in a Japanese-American community during World War II as they suffer a series of bizarre deaths. A young man may be the key in solving the mystery plaguing the cast, which includes George Takei.
Season 2 returns August 12 on AMC.