With SAG-AFTRA officially on strike, San Diego Comic-Con-what was already expects a reduced presence in Hollywood in light of the ongoing WGA strike – has begun announcing panels that will drop its schedule, including Prime Video wheel of time And CMA Interview with the Vampire.
The Comic-Con schedule is never set in stone – anyone who attended in 2022, for example, may have noticed events dropping here and there for reasons related to covid precautions, and even over the course of the year. most ‘normal’ year, things can change. But 2023, the second year back as an in-person event after two years off during the pandemiclooks particularly unique.
SDCC is clearly aware that fans are eager to know what to expect, especially if they’re tailoring their visit to the convention around a specific fandom. A dedicated page is now online keep track of schedule changes (there are separate sections for “panels” and “autographs”). For io9 players, the main releases so far are Prime Video wheel of timewhich has its second season premiering in September, and The boys spin off Generation V, also arriving this fall; as well as the AMC series Interview with the Vampirewhich has a second season on the way, and the new Orphan Black: Echoesexpected later this year.
While more changes seem likely as the event approaches – preview night is July 19 and the event runs until July 23 – the SDCC schedule still has plenty to offer. io9 will be there to report on what is sure to be an unusual year.
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