Comic-Con 2015: Supergirl Premiere, DC's Superhero Night, Supernatural, Lucifer and More Fill WBTV's Slate

Comic-Con 2015 Supergirl

Warner Bros. TV has unveiled its Comic-Con 2015 slate, which will feature the official debut of Supergirl and wraps up with Supernatural and The Vampire Diaries staking their places on Sunday.

Among the series returning to the pop culture extravaganza are Arrow, The Flash, The Originals, Gotham, Person of Interest, The Big Bang Theory, The 100, iZombie and more. Additionally, newbies DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, Containment, Lucifer and Blindspot will make their first trek to the event.

Check out WBTV’s full lineup below*:


Preview Night features the world premiere screenings of the pilot episodes for CBS’ Supergirl, NBC’s Blindspot, The CW’s Containment and Fox’s Lucifer, as well as a brand-new episode of Teen Titans Go!


The Big Bang Theory (CBS) 

Lucifer (Fox) | Sexy, dark and irreverent, Lucifer makes its Comic-Con debut with a screening of the complete pilot episode, followed by a Q&A with series stars Tom Ellis, Lauren German, Lesley-Ann Brandt and DB Woodside, and executive producers.

Mike Tyson Mysteries (Adult Swim) |  Join voice cast Mike Tyson and Rachel Ramras, and producer Hugh Davidson (The Looney Tunes Show), for a first look at the upcoming season and a Q&A.

The 100 (The CW) | Following the lethal events of the Season 2 finale, the cast along with executive producer Jason Rothenberg make their third appearance at Comic-Con.

Teen Titans Go! (Cartoon Network) | Producers Michael Jelenic and Aaron Horvath and members of the voice cast screen a new episode as well as take questions.

The Originals (The CW) | Join executive producers Julie Plec and Michael Narducci and series stars Joseph Morgan, Daniel Gillies, Phoebe Tonkin, Leah Pipes, Danielle Campbell and Charles Michael Davis for a video presentation followed by a Q&A.

iZombie (The CW) | After the shocking Season 1 finale, be among the first to get the scoop on what’s next from executive producers Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-Wright, along with stars Rose McIver, Malcolm Goodwin, Rahul Kohli, Robert Buckley and David Anders.


Blindspot (NBC) | The new action-thriller makes its Comic-Con debut with a screening of the pilot, followed by a Q&A with star Jaimie Alexander (Thor films) and executive producers Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter and Martin Gero.

Person of Interest (CBS) | Executive producers Jonathan Nolan, Greg Plageman and Denise Thé join stars Jim Caviezel, Michael Emerson, Kevin Chapman and Amy Acker for a special video presentation and Q&A.

Containment (The CW) | Come for a special screening of the outbreak drama’s pilot episode, followed by a Q&A with stars David Gyasi, Christina Moses, Chris Wood, Claudia Black and Kristen Gutoskie, along with executive producers Julie Plec, Matt Corman and Chris Ord.

Warner Bros. Television & DC Entertainment Present: Super Hero Saturday Night | This three-hour “super-experience” includes a screening of Supergirl, followed by a Q&A with stars and producers; video presentations and Q&As with stars and EPs of Arrow, The Flash and Gotham; a  Q&A with cast and producers of DC’s Legends of Tomorrow; and a peek at the new digital series Vixen.


The Vampire Diaries (The CW) | Ian Somerhalder, Paul Wesley, Kat Graham, Candice Accola and Michael Malarkey join executive producers Julie Plec and Caroline Dries for a video screening and Q&A.

Supernatural (The CW) | Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins and Mark A. Sheppard join executive producer Jeremy Carver to answer questions about Season 11, serve up a video presentation of series highlights and tout special features from the upcoming Supernatural: The Complete Tenth Season DVD and Blu-ray release.

Childrens Hospital (Adult Swim) | Creator/star Rob Corddry and executive producer David Wain will be joined onstage by select cast for a Q&A.

* Talent lineups are subject to change

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  1. Mr. Tran K says:


  2. Z says:

    Am I reading this wrong, or are Arrow and The Flash not going to have individual panels? That sucks.

    • Kristi says:

      That’s what I was wondering too!

    • Linda says:

      Warner Bros. Television & DC Entertainment Present: Super Hero Saturday Night | This three-hour “super-experience” includes a screening of Supergirl, followed by a Q&A with stars and producers; video presentations and Q&As with stars and EPs of Arrow, The Flash and Gotham

    • Wordsmith says:

      It sounds like it might be six different panels, they’re just running them back-to-back. The wording isn’t clear, though.

    • Sil says:

      It seems that Warner Bros and the CW are promoting their new shows, with a fit in to the schedule of Arrow and Flash. Personally, I’m not all glad about Supergirl. But, LoT seems cool.

  3. Joe Guenther says:

    One mistake. Supergirl has blond hair. That and she’s hot.

    • Wordsmith says:

      Are you saying that Supergirl should be blonde and hot and she isn’t in the show? Or are you saying that she is and shouldn’t be?

      • Wordsmith says:

        (Because, for the record, I’ve seen the pilot, and she’s both)

      • Dean says:

        Don’t mind him he’s probably pissed this supergirl isn’t busty enough for his tastes, mysoginistic douche.

        • Lucifer says:

          You put words in someone’s mouth because you got upset about a very ambiguous statement they made. And seriously, how is referring to a woman as “blonde and hot” misogynistic? Do you even know what that words means? You people and your buzzwords.

          • Wordsmith says:

            I think the implied misogyny was in hinting that a clearly very attractive girl like Melissa Benoist is not hot enough to play the role.
            Unless the OP is actually implying that she’s TOO hot for the role, and
            Supergirl should be someone more average-looking, which would be a commendably progressive (if somewhat implausible) stace to take.

  4. Boy i really wish i could be there.i even live in Florida but still cant afford to go.😐

  5. GildedRose says:

    Hold up. Arrow’s not getting its own panel this year? They’re gonna cram it into a 3 hour event that’s supposed to fit in five shows? Seriously? Okay, I’m not a fan of that. Who came up with that? Last year’s panel was a ton of fun. The cast & show execs need an hour of their own.

  6. Steven says:

    I wish NYCC had a line up like this.

  7. Drew says:

    I’m still curious who thought that a series focusing on Lucifer sounded like a good idea. Do we really see people running around going “I love Lucifer! Lucifer is the best character on TV!”?
    I get the source material that it is loosely based on, but it seems like there were better options from that world.
    I am excited to hear what the next season of Supernatural will look like though. Carver’s multi-year arc is developing nicely. This is something that Sera Gamble didn’t really establish, since she probably figured that the series was going to end soon after she took over. But it’s cool seeing another storyline growing over years. I’m just curious to see where it ends up. Right now, i almost imagine a finale to this arc that has characters like John, Bobby, Ellen and Jo being brought back to hunt Sam and Dean because they’re slowly becoming more of the problem than the solution. To see some hero characters that we love come back to hunt Sam and Dean would be pretty epic, and the realization that the brothers have become the monsters would be interesting.

    • Arthur says:

      I feel like they’re setting it up for all the archangels to come back, since they fought back the Darkness last time – which is fine by me, I love the angels. Cas, Gabriel, Balthazar, even Lucifer.. so much yes!

  8. Lysh says:

    Are they just lumping the superhero shows together in one panel? That’s weird. I like individual panels.

  9. kath says:

    I’m not impressed by DC putting their shows into one big three hour slot. That’s fine when they’re talking to the press and want to get writers interested, but the fans deserve better treatment.

    I only care about two of those shows, not the others, and so I get short-changed.

  10. Mr. Tran K says:

    Aren’t the TVD panel is going to have some discussion whether or not the upcoming seventh season is going to be its last despite Nina Dobrev’s exit from the show?

  11. Arthur says:

    So glad to see that Jensen, Jared, Misha, and Mark are doing the Supernatural panel – those four absolutely make the show for me!

  12. bwright says:

    TVD was about two men and a girl and there friends.1-6 was great.I’ll miss the show.With out Elaena ,there is no Damon, why would he stay.And if he’s going bad, why didn’t he just let Bonnie die, problem solved he would have had Elaena back.And please don’t tell us he’s in love with Bonnie, Becouse he wanted a family with Elaena he was going to become human,You should take him out,You have other people you could make the story about. Give us something to believe in or I’ll really miss the show. Other wise
    I guess i’ll read the books and watch the Originals.please don’t loose any of them, With out Klaus you got nothing