Warner Bros TV Comic-Con 2019 Panels - Endings and Beginnings
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Warner Bros TV Comic-Con 2019 Panels: Endings And Beginnings

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BY March 28, 2021

Warner Bros TV Comic-Con 2019 Panels

The DC Comics’ cinematic universe may not have plans to appear at SDCC this year, but the Warner Bros TV Comic-Con 2019 panels hope to make up for that. This year, the television side of the Warner Bros. house will bid so long to two of their flagship series. Yet, along with saying goodbye to fan-favorite shows, the Warner Bros TV Comic-Con 2019 panels will also feature a number of new beginnings, first looks, and sneak peeks at what’s to come in the future. Obviously, the two biggest moments over the weekend will be the Supernatural and Arrow panels, as both shows head into the final outings on the CW network.

Goodbye to Supernatural and the Arrow, Hello to Batwoman

The farewell panel for Arrow and its season finale will take place on Saturday July 20 in Ballroom 20, and the Supernatural panel will grace Hall H in its traditional Sunday slot on July 21. However, there will also be panels for other Arrowverse shows like Supergirl, the Flash, and the premiere of the Ruby Rose-led Batwoman. Fans will also get to see a preview of the Batwoman pilot on Wednesday July 17. Also, CW series Legacies, Riverdale, and Black Lightning will also host panels.

The DC Universe on Television Expands

The Warner Bros. TV Comic-Con 2019 panels aren’t necessarily just for shows that are on TV, because we are in the age of streaming. While Swamp Thing was recently cancelled, other shows on the DC Universe streaming platform will be making their SDCC debuts. Critically-acclaimed series Titans and Doom Patrol will host panels for the first time at SDCC 2019. Animated DC Universe originals such as the new Harley Quinn series and Young Justice: Outsiders will also debut when the Warner Bros TV Comic-Con 2019 panels kick off. Fans can also expect to see a never-before-seen episode of Teen Titans GO! And also catch a glimpse of what’s to come with DC Super Hero Girls.

Veronica Mars and Batman’s Baby Butler in EPIX’s Pennyworth

Finally, two other series will host panels at SDCC 2019, Warner Bros. TV’s Veronica Mars reboot, premiering on Hulu, and EPIX’s prequel series Pennyworth. The latter show follows the adventures of a young Alfred Pennyworth working security for Thomas Wayne. Fans can watch a sneak peak of both of these series ahead of their late-July premieres.

Signings and Swag at the DC Booth at Comic-Con

Of course, as per usual, a number of stars attached to Warner Bros TV series will host signings, and fans will be able to meet and/or greet their favorite stars. These will take place at the truly massive Warner Bros booth, #4545, which takes up multiple levels on the convention floor. Even without the DC Extended Universe films at SDCC 2019, there will be plenty for DC fans to see and learn about exciting new projects.

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Joshua M. Patton is a father, veteran, and writer living in Pittsburgh, PA. The first books he read on his own were comics, and he's loved the medium ever since. He is the greatest star-pilot in the galaxy, a cunning warrior, and a good friend. His book "What I Learned: Stories, Essays, and More" is available in print from Amazon and from all electronic booksellers.

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