Wednesday, July 27, 2011

Comic-Con 2011: Five Awesome TV Sneak Previews

If you were in San Diego this past weekend for Comic Con, I’m sure you’re all still nursing your post-con hangovers.  For those of us who weren’t, there wasn’t anything that happened there that we don’t know about, long live modern technology!  Most of the panels and videos shown are available for anyone to watch online -- almost to the point where I wonder if there is even a reason for most people to bother with attending panels. But that’s a post for another day.  Here are my five favorite Television previews that were Comic Con exclusives now available for anyone to watch.

Being Human -- Season Two -

The three minute plus clip is mostly a look back at season one, but at the very end we’re treated with a small morsel of what’s ahead for Aidan, Sally, and Josh in season two.  I’m really excited to find out of Josh has unwittingly made his girlfriend, Nora, a werewolf.  That tense moment at the end of the clip with her in the car gave me a chill.

Doctor Who -- The Rest of Season Six -

We’re halfway through the latest season of Doctor Who, slated to return to BBC America August 27th, and after the shocker of it’s mid-season finale, I can’t wait.  As always I’m on the edge of my seat for answers and more history surrounding River Song.  You get that eye patch off right now young lady!

True Blood -- In the Coming Weeks -

The show of the summer doesn’t fail to disappoint with this preview reel, showing the witchy madness has only just begun. Is it just me or does Sookie seem to be channeling a little Buffy in the misty graveyard scenes?

Torchwood: Miracle Day -- In the Coming Weeks -

What the hell is making no one die anyway?!  This clip reel doesn’t give us any answers, but it keeps the adrenaline level up.  I’m excited for the upcoming Jack flashbacks, because who doesn’t love a good flashback?

The Walking Dead -- Season Two -

My surprise favorite show of last season, gives us a sneak peek into what to expect in season two, and thank goodness it’s longer than six episodes this time.  With our survivor’s group beginning to fracture, can any of them survive alone?  If you weren’t happy with the body count in season one, it looks like this year is going to be a real horror show.

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