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Televisionary Comic-Con 2009 Wrap Up

While the dust has finally settled on San Diego Comic-Con 2009, I've still got a bunch of pieces to finish writing, several interviews to transcribe, and a whole lot of press rooms to recount.

But in the meantime, I figured I'd offer up this round-up of all of the coverage for Comic-Con 2009 that have already posted to Televisionary. And rather than have to scroll through numerous pages of posts, I've presented the coverage here by series, listed alphabetically below.

24:

War and Peace: Kiefer Sutherland, Mary-Lynn Rajskub, David Fury, Freddie Prinze Jr., Anil Kapoor Talk Day Eight in "24" Press Room

The Promise of Peace (And Some Explosions): "24" Panel at Comic-Con 2009

Bones:

Dream a Little Dream: Deschanel and Hanson Talk “Bones” Romance

Caprica (and BSG: The Plan):

They Have a Plan: "Caprica/Battlestar Galactica: The Plan" Panel at Comic-Con 2009

Chuck:

Nerd Herd: Watch the Entire "Chuck" Comic-Con 2009 Panel!

Doctor Who:

Knock Four Times: David Tennant, Russell T. Davies, Euros Lyn, and Julie Gardner Bring “Doctor Who” to Comic-Con

Eureka:

"Eureka" Gets Surprise Fourth Season Pickup, Birthday Wishes for Colin Ferguson

Fringe:

Cracking the Pattern: Cast and Crew of "Fringe" Tease Second Season Details

Lost:

Lost But Not Forgotten: Team Darlton Promise "Familiar Faces" For Final Season of "Lost"

The Prisoner:

Invisible Chains: AMC Brings "The Prisoner" to Comic-Con

Stargate Universe:

Surviving in the Dark: "Stargate Universe" Cast and Crew Discuss the Future of the Franchise

Torchwood:

The Undiscovered Country: John Barrowman, Russell T. Davies, Julie Gardner Defend "Torchwood" Decisions

True Blood:

"Trust Me": A Look Ahead and Back for "True Blood" at Comic-Con 2009

V:

Beware Visitors Bearing Gifts: In the Press Room with "V" Executive Producers Scott Peters and Jace Hall

Updates to this page will be made as I continue to add more Comic-Con 2009 coverage to the site, so keep revisiting this space for more information.

Comments

Lizzy D said…
I couldn't attend Comic-Con this year so your coverage has been fantastic. I feel I know more about these shows than if I'd been there myself. Thanks!

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