Syfy has teased the third season of its sci-fi political drama “The Expanse” arriving next year with a new trailer which sadly offers no footage from the next season – only recaps of the second. It was announced during Syfy’s Comic Con panel that “Lost” alum Elizabeth Mitchell is set to guest star on the new season.
The first trailer is out for the second season of The CW’s “Riverdale” and picks up where it left off – with Archie’s dad whisked into the hospital, and the kids left with another mystery to sort out.
That’s not all in the clip though which also includes a gag reel for the first season with plenty of flubs from the young cast. “Riverdale” returns to the CW and Netflix on October 11th.
A new one-minute promo for Seth MacFarlane’s sci-fi comedy series “The Orville” has arrived. Only one or two new gags are on offer in the clip, the series premieres Sunday, September 10th.
The CW has unveiled the trailer for the fifth and final season of its “The Vampire Diaries” spin-off and shows off a now teen Hope (Danielle Rose Russell) aiming to preserve her family’s legacy. Joseph Morgan, Daniel Gillies, Phoebe Tonkin, Davis, Yusuf Gatewood and Riley Voelkel all return in the new episodes which begin in early 2018.
Once Upon a Time
Set to serve as a mini-reboot of the series, the Comic Con trailer has arrived for the seventh season of ABC’s “Once Upon a Time” with the clip explaining how the show will continue with five of the main cast having left.
New cast members Gabrielle Anwar, Adelaide Kane, and Dania Ramirez appear in the clip, while the season kicks off on October 6th.
Hulu have dropped a trailer for their new series “Future Man” from “Preacher” and “This is the End” creators Seth Rogen and Evan Goldberg. The series kicks off on the streamer on November 14th.
Josh Hutcherson plays a janitor by day/world-ranked gamer by night who is tasked with preventing the extinction of humanity after mysterious visitors from the future proclaim him the key to defeating the imminent super-race invasion.
As per usual, season nine of “Robot Chicken” promises to be chock full of pop culture satires. As seen in the first new footage, Mad Max: Fury Road, Star Wars, Scooby Doo and Jaws are just a few of the titles getting spoofed this season