Via THR comes your first look at the promotional art for the new (and returning) television series “The Following,” “Supernatural,” “The Vampire Diaries,” and “666 Park Avenue.”
Warner Bros. Television should have no trouble making a splash at Comic-Con. The studio — which is hosting 14 panels for shows including Fox’s “The Following,” CBS’ “The Big Bang Theory,” CW’s “The Vampire Diaries” and “ABC’s 666 Park Avenue” — continues to have a bigger presence at the fan convention than anyone else on the TV front.
As part of the push, three WBTV properties — “Big Bang,” “Fringe” and “Supernatural” — will hold events in the 7,500-person Hall H, which traditionally has been reserved for film panels. “You’re starting to see TV take a different position at Comic-Con, one we didn’t see five to seven years ago,” says WBTV chief marketing officer Lisa Gregorian. “Go big or go home!”
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