Gotham to Premiere at Comic-Con — Plus: Arrow, Flash and More Previews

Comic-Con Gotham

Members of the Justice League — specifically Bruce Wayne, Barry Allen and Oliver Queen –will come together under one roof at San Diego Comic-Con 2014.

Indeed, Fox’s much-anticipated upcoming origin series Gotham will make its world debut at the annual pop-culture extravaganza during a special three-hour Warner Bros. TV and DC Entertainment night.

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The event, taking place on Saturday, July 26, will also feature a viewing of The CW’s The Flash pilot, as well as exclusive sneak peeks at NBC’s new drama Constantine and Season 3 of The CW’s Arrow.

Cast members and producers from all four shows will be in attendance.

Comic-Con 2014 takes place July 24-27.

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  1. So… ABC gets Marvel, CW gets Flash and Arrow, NBC’s got Constantine, Fox got Batman, who else thinks it’s about time that CBS get their hands on a Superman/Wonder Woman/League of Justice pilot.ASAP. And, no, Smallville doesn’t count…

  2. Shaun says:

    Flash and Constantine pilot already leaked and are online.And no Perola,CBS doesn’t do young people tv,they are the geriatric channel for the most part.

    • Charlie says:

      Last i seen was that the flash had gotten leaked. If that’s true about Constantine well i can’t breathe.

    • navygirl04 says:

      Geriatric network? I don’t consider the NCIS programming geriatric. Besides,CBS seems to be the network for millennials,with all those comedies that substitute double entendres & nudity for good writing.

    • puredieselbc says:

      FYI Shaun, CBS co-owns CW along with Warner Bros. It’s where they dump all their shows gear to younger viewers. So CW is just essentially “CBS Jr.”

      • Matt Webb Mitovich says:

        Um, your use of the word “dumped” is disingenuous at best. CBS and The CW develop programming independent of one another.

  3. Sparky says:

    What’s the verdict on The Flash pilot? I’d love to see it but I will probably get a virus. Looking forward to S3 of the Arrow

  4. Murph says:

    Constantine and Flash are both very solid pilots.
    Based on those, I’ve got high hopes for Gotham.

  5. LibKat says:

    Looking forward to Arrow S3, but will really miss my Manu Bennet fix every week. Guess I’ll just have to keep rewatching Spartacus. Navia 2.0 is not equal to Crixus.


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