Comic Con 2016 is finally here and lucky fans get to see panel after panel of their favorite personalities. While regular attractions such as Marvel and DC panels are sure-fire hits, new shows making their debut shouldn’t be missed.
On the preview night alone, five new shows already shared a sneak peek into their pilot episodes. Among these shows are People of Earth. Based on its trailer, People of Earth is a comedy about a bunch of people sharing their alien abduction experiences. It is an interesting–if not fresh–premise for comedy.
However, aside from People of Earth, there are more new shows to watch out for. Check out the list below for shows you shouldn’t miss!
Comic Con 2016 new shows
1. CW’s Frequency
Known for hits like The Vampire Diaries and Gossip Girl, The CW seems to be brewing another crowd-pleaser in their lineup. The panel for their new show called Frequency presents on Saturday, July 23 from 7:25 p.m. local time to 8:15 p.m. at Room 6BCF. The show’s panel presents a screening of its pilot. If you’re a fan of some supernatural elements tinged with a little influence of the Butterfly Effect, then this is the perfect fit for you.
2. ABC’s Time After Time
Another series mixed with supernatural elements is ABC’s new offer, Time After Time. The new show’s panel presents at the same time and place as Frequency. Executive producer Kevin Williamson and Marcos Siega will head the event, alongside its series stars.
3. NBC’s Powerless
Starring High School Musical sweetheart Vanessa Hudgens, this new series tells the tale of a regular, powerless woman who lives her life knowing that heroes and villains also walk the earth. The show’s panel presents on Friday, July 22. The presentation includes the cast, a question and answer as well as a screening of the show’s pilot.
4, CBS’ MacGyver
This show makes it to one of The Hollywood Reporter‘s seven new shows to watch out for. According to the publication, this show is shrouded in mystery ever since its “major creative overhaul”. Everything falls into place when the show’s panel presents on July 21 at 12-3 p.m.
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