Another San Diego Comic-Con has come and gone, and somehow we managed to survive all four days of sleep deprivation, excited crowds, and pop culture overload with only a few of our marbles permanently lost.
This weekend was a great time to be a TV fan specifically, because shows and networks of all shapes and sizes showed up to wow us with all their latest offerings. You wanted trailers? You got trailers. You wanted priceless anecdotes? You got priceless anecdotes. You wanted the latest casting news? They brought that, too!
We know it's hard to keep track of all of it, so we kindly took it upon ourselves to do that for you by collecting all the biggest TV news and best TV moments this year's SDCC had to offer into one convenient place. You're welcome, world.
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Thursday, July 10
Sherlock: New footage alert! New footage alert! Watch a clip from the Sherlock Christmas special...which takes place in Victorian England? We're confused, but we're excited!
Teen Wolf: Not only is the MTV hit renewed for a sixth season, but the panel also debuted a terrifying new trailer. Watch and get the scoop on what's coming up!
Take A Tour: Tour the Comic-Con floor in 60 seconds!
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Friday, July 11
The Walking Dead: Friday's award for the most eventful, informational panel goes to The Walking Dead, who gave us not only a trailer, but a premiere date and some casting news! Season six premieres on Sunday, Oct. 11, with a 90-minute episode, and that trailer looks dope.
Game of Thrones: On the other hand, Game of Thrones provided nothing but more (of what we're sure are) lies about Jon Snow. He's alive. He must be. We refuse to accept anything else! It was also a great day to be a lady on Game of Thrones, because that panel was ruled by Sophie Turner, Gwendolyn Christie, Natalie Dormer, Maisie Williams and Clarice Van Houten. (Plus, watch the adorable audition video that was shown at the panel!)
Fear the Walking Dead: The upcoming Walking Dead spinoff debuted a brand new trailer and gave a little info on this prequel, which takes place in the time during Rick's coma.
iZombie: One of our favorite new shows this past season revealed a few juicy secrets about season two, includine the fact that Peyton (Aly Michalka) will return, Liv (Rose McIver) will eat the brain of a Real Housewife of Seattle, and Max Rager will attempt to get rid of all the zombies it helped create. Oh, and literally everyone in Liv's life (except probably Ravi) kind of hates her right now. Sounds awful. We can't wait!
The 100 Things weren't going so well for anyone at the end of season two of the CW drama, and it doesn't sound like they're getting any better any time soon. The panel wasn't all depressing, however. Not only will Alycia-Debnam Carey return for season three, but there's also going to be a time-jump! The show will also be returning to its hardcore sci-fi roots, which is some great news for all of us sci-fi fans.
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.: The Inhumans are about to have another problem on their hands with the introduction of Lash, a supervillain from Marvel comics who decides whether the Inhumans are worthy of going through terrigenesis.
Marvel's Agent Carter: Season two of this badass ABC show will pick up in 1947, six months after the first season ended, and we're finally going to get to meet Jarvis' oft-mentioned wife. Peggy's also getting a love interest, which is always fun, even if it's not Captain America.
Orphan Black: Delphine's fate was left up in the air at the end of the season finale, and executive producer Graeme Manson confirmed that she's "Orphan Black dead." The audience didn't like that, but it really could mean anything at all, knowing this crazy show. We're keeping our hopes up, for now.
The Originals: Last season on this CW drama, the Mikaelsons were fighting their parents. This season? Their children! Their first line of sired vampires are coming back and they are not happy, as it was revealed at this year's panel.
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Saturday, July 12
Outlander: Sam Heughan finally dressed as a pirate at the show's panel, with some guyliner help from Caitriona Balfe, and we learned a few rather juicy and whiskey-fueled details about what's to come in the "voluptuous" first half of season two of the Starz series.
Lots of Sex for Arrow: The CW hit's executive producers sure know how to please an Olicity fan. They revealed that when the show returns for season 4, it will be five months after Oliver and Felicity drove off into the sunset, and they've been living in "domestic bliss" having "lots of sex." Yeah we'll be needing that season premiere like right now.
The Flash: Masters of Sex's Teddy Sears is joining the show as the original Flash, Jay Garrick. Barry (Grant Gustin) is also getting a new love interest in the form of Patty Shivot (Shantel VanSanten), a police officer and science enthusiast who has an obsession with metahumans. That sounds fun and all, but we're pretty sure Barry is taken. Or at least he will be, in at least one universe or another.
Once Upon a Time: Storybrooke's about to get real Brave, because Merida is coming to town, and will be played by Scottish actress Amy Manson. The ABC drama's panel also confirmed that Emma (Jennifer Morrison) will really and truly be visiting her dark side this season with a clip that showed her ripping out someone's heart. Ouch! But also that sounds awesome and we totally can't wait.
Cranston Drops the Mic: Bryan Cranston unleashed a glorious "your mom" joke on a young fan who just wanted to hear about the actor's time in Albuquerque, and it's one of the best things you'll see all day.
The Last Man on Earth: This panel was a lot more about the jokes and the drinking than the big reveals, but we did learn that Carol and Phil (who is no longer Tandy, and will have his beard back) will be moving away from Tuscon, and that January Jones is most likely returning, since she was in attendance. Jason Sudekis will appear in season two, possibly not in space, and Kristen Schaal is one funny lady.
Supergirl: Peter Facinelli is joining the new CBS series as DC Comics character Maxwell Lord, a green tech billionaire who has quite the fascination with Supergirl. The panel also revealed that two comic villains, Reactron and Livewire, will appear in the show's first season.
Gotham: During the Fox series' portion of the DC panel, Cameron Monaghan interrupted the fan questions in character as the Joker and was then carried all the way out of the hall by security, laughing maniacally the whole way. The video doesn't even do the moment the justice it deserves.
Hannibal: The canceled NBC series could still live...as a feature! That's Bryan Fuller's new last-ditch plan to save the show in some form, and we are behind it 100 percent. He also revealed that there was potential for a fourth season at Amazon but their timetable didn't work out and when we heard that the show felt newly canceled all over again.
Sunday, July 12
The Vampire Diaries: Not only did we get to see a sizzle reel in which Ian Somerhalder and Chris Wood recreated the Delena rain kiss, but we learned that next season is probably not the last, and we could even be looking at up to three more seasons, according to exective producer Julie Plec.
Supernatural The biggest moment of the panel came when the entire hall held up candles to support Jared Padelecki's fight against depression and his Always Keep Fighting campaign. His response to the fans is equally tear-jerking.
American Horror Story: Hotel: Ryan Murphy revealed during the AHS/Scream Queens panel that this season, we will see all the seasons star to come together as "more and more and more and more" former AHS characters start to check into the hotel. We also discovered that Sarah Paulson and Evan Peters make a wonderful comedy duo.
Scream Queens: According to Ryan Murphy, it's clear at the end of the first episode who the killer is. We've seen the first episode, and we are not buying it. However, we are loving this gem of a line from Jamie Lee Curtis when asked why she hasn't been at SDCC before: "I was selling yogurt that makes you sh-t for six years." Queen.
Heroes: Reborn: And finally, watch the full-length trailer for the Heroes reboot we didn't know we needed until we saw how awesome it looks:
Thanks for everything, SDCC. See you next year!