Showtime took to Ballroom 20 this past Thursday night to promote the upcoming seventh season of “Dexter.” They actually covered a variety of interesting topics. How much does Deb know? What’s the best “Dexter” kill of all time? What advice would Season 1 Dexter give Season 7 Dexter? Who is Yvonne Strahovski playing? How many YouTube embeds can Showtime upload at once?
For those yet to be aquatinted with the show, it follows likeable Miami police forensics expert named Dexter (Michael C. Hall) moonlights as a serial killer of criminals who he believes have escaped justice.
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“Talking Dead” Host Chris Hardwick will moderate “The Walking Dead“ SDCC panel on Friday, July 13 at 1:25pm in Hall H and now there’s a poster for the event that gives us an even bigger taste of Season 3. I’m sort of trepidatious about the whole thing taking place inside of a prison but, more and more, that appears to be what’s in store.
“The cast and producers of AMC’s breakout hit series “The Walking Dead” and “Breaking Bad” will participate in hour-long panels at this year’s Comic-Con in San Diego, CA. Moderated by “Talking Dead” host Chris Hardwick, “The Walking Dead” panelists will discuss what fans can expect in the highly anticipated third season, which debuts in October.”
“The Walking Dead” panelists include Andrew Lincoln, Sarah Wayne Callies, Laurie Holden, Norman Reedus, Steven Yeun, Lauren Cohan, Denai Guerrero, David Morrisey, Executive Producer and Showrunner Glen Mazzara, Executive Producer Gale Anne Hurd, Executive Producer Robert Kirkman and Co-Executive Producer and Special Effects Make-up Supervisor Greg Nicotero.
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Amid the insanity drummed up by all the higher-profile projects at Comic Con this year, one of the more under-the-radar events at the convention this past week was a screening of the pilot for would-be Fox TV series “Locke & Key” – based on the comic book series created by Joe Hill – and a subsequent panel discussion that featured Hill, artist Gabriel Rodriguez, executive-producers Robert Orci and Alex Kurtzman, director Mark Romanek, writer/executive-producer Josh Friedman, and cast members Jesse McCartney (Tyler Locke) and Harrison Thomas (Sam Lesser).
While some were expecting the presentation of the unaired pilot – which was rejected by Fox for inclusion on their Fall 2011 schedule – to be a bid for pickup elsewhere, it became apparent very early on that that was never the goal of those on the panel.