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Comic-Con 2016: Riverdale and Powerless Premieres, Plus Flash, Arrow, Supergirl and More Fill WBTV's Slate

Warner Bros. TV has unveiled its Comic-Con 2016 slate, which will feature the world-premiere pilot screenings of NBC’s DC Comics comedy Powerless, The CW’s Archie-inspired Riverdale and film-to-TV reboot Frequency, as well as ABC’s Time After Time.

Among the series returning to the pop culture extravaganza are The 100, Arrow, The Big Bang Theory, Blindspot, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, Gotham, iZombie, The Originals, Supergirl, Supernatural, and The Vampire Diaries.

Check out WBTV’s full lineup below*:


As mentioned above, the studio’s annual “Preview Night” will unspool the pilot episodes for NBC’s Powerless, The CW’s Riverdale and Frequency and ABC’s Time After Time, as well as a brand-new episode of Teen Titans Go! and the debut of Justice League Action. (6 pm, Ballroom 20)


The Big Bang Theory (CBS) | The traditional writers’ room panel… plus a few surprise guests? (10 am, Ballroom 20)

The 100 (The CW) | Following the climactic events of the Season 3 finale, the cast along with executive producer Jason Rothenberg make their fourth appearance at Comic-Con. (12:30 pm, Ballroom 20)

People of Earth (TBS) | Series star Wyatt Cenac (The Daily Show) joins EPs Greg Daniels (The Office) and David Jenkins to preview the upcoming comedy series about a support group for alien abductees, which also counts Conan O’Brien as a producer. (2 pm, Room 6BCF)

Powerless (NBC) | The DC comics comedy makes its Comic-Con debut with a screening of the pilot episode, followed by a Q&A with series stars Vanessa Hudgens, Danny Pudi, Alan Tudyk and EPs Ben Queen and Michael Patrick Jann. (2:30 pm, Room 6BCF)

iZombie (The CW) | Join TBA cast members and EPs Rob Thomas and Diane Ruggiero-Wright for a preview of Season 3. (5:30 pm, Ballroom 20)


The Vampire Diaries (The CW) | Cast and EPs TBA. (11 am, Ballroom 20)

Blindspot (NBC) | series stars Sullivan Stapleton, Jaimie Alexander, Rob Brown, Audrey Esparza, Ashley Johnson and writer/executive producer Martin Gero. (12 pm, Indigo Ballroom)

The Originals (The CW) | Cast and EPs TBA. (12:50 pm, Indigo Ballroom)

Lucifer (Fox) | TBA cast and EPs Joe Henderson and Ildy Modrovich. (1:30 pm, Indigo Ballroom)

Gotham (Fox) | Cast and EPs TBA. (2:10 pm, Indigo Ballroom)

Supergirl (The CW) | Cast and EPs TBA. (3:30 pm, Ballroom 20)

DC’s Legends of Tomorrow (The CW) | Cast and EPs TBA. (4:15 pm, Ballroom 20)

The Flash (The CW) | Cast and EPs TBA. (5 pm, Ballroom 20)

Arrow (The CW) | Cast and EPs TBA. (5:45 pm, Ballroom 20)

Riverdale (The CW) | Cast and EPs TBA. (6:30 pm, Room 6BCF)

Frequency (The CW) | Cast members Peyton List, Riley Smith and Mekhi Phifer, and EPs Jeremy Carver and Jennifer Gwartz. (7:25 pm, Room 6BCF)

Time After Time (ABC) | Cast members Freddie Stroma and Genesis Rodriguez, and EPs Kevin Williamson and Marcos Siega. (8:20 pm, Room 6BCF)


Supernatural (The CW) | Stars Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Misha Collins and Mark A. Sheppard, along with new co-showrunners Robert Singer and Andrew Dabb. Moderated by actors Rob Benedict and Richard Speight, Jr. (11:15 am, Hall H)

Talent lineups are subject to change

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  1. May says:

    Nice that the panels for the Arrowverse shows are a classic 45 mins long. Last year’s panels were too short and condensed for the massive attention these shows get in SDCC.

    • Hank Voight says:

      That and most DCCW shows start production in July. So pretty sure most if not all cast members of those shows are only in town for that day only.

      • May says:

        I know they didn’t have new footage because filming hadn’t started/barely started but if I remember right, they only stayed for a day after arriving in san diego the previous evening. Lots of shows to fit in their schedule anyway.

  2. Annie says:

    I can’t believe Jason Rothenberg will finally come out of hiding. If I were him I’d be worried because the Lexa fans are still behaving badly at cons and it’s been months. They’re probably waiting to just tear him apart at that panel.

  3. Kevin K says:

    Wonder if the Supergirl panel have to say about Lynda Carter.

  4. Trish says:

    I can see I’m not going to get along with TVLine if you’re going to keep using that same pic that doesn’t contain the hero that paved the way. Put some respeck on the Green Arrow’s name/pic, Matt.

    • Dean says:

      Geez who peed in your coffee cup today?

      • Asif says:

        I see their point, though misplaced here. It’s bad enough that they’re promoting the hell out of supergirl to the point of having the flash fans be mad about a poster. As far as arrow is concerned, PR has taken a hit last year with legends and the year before that with flash. It’s like being the older sibling in a big family

    • Michelle says:

      Why? Not like the writers and showrunner respect Arrow…

    • Brigid says:

      Why, most people don’t even care about the Green Arrow because it sucks now that they created this horrendous soap opera instead of sticking to their original vision. Supergirl and The Flash can’t help that they are the superior quality shows who stick to their vision and have proven their quality. TVLine is putting up the picture of the shows that will draw in the fans, seems like the smart thing to do. That picture is the reason I clicked on the article!

  5. Joey Padron says:

    Can’t wait for panel highlights and interviews for DC shows from TVLine at Comic Con!

  6. Jec says:

    Do people even show up at the TVD/TO panels? I mean no one talks about those shows and honestly, the quality has been slipping drastically.