For the fifth straight year, WBTVG gets Comic-Con off to a dramatic start by hosting a special sneak peek, world premiere screening event on Preview Night.
The screenings are scheduled for Wednesday July 11 in Ballroom 20.
This year, the Studio is offering fans the opportunity to see five of the most anticipated new drama series of the year, for the first time ever in public.
666 Park Avenue (Sundays 10/9c ABC): “Lost”’s Terry O’Quinn and “Desperate Housewives”’ Vanessa Williams headline this seductive drama from Alloy Entertainment as the owners of a Manhattan apartment building who recruit an idealistic young couple to manage the historic site where anything you desire can be yours … for a price.
Arrow (Wednesdays 8/7c The CW): From Greg Berlanti (“Green Lantern”), Marc Guggenheim (“Green Lantern”), Andrew Kreisberg (“Warehouse 13”, “Fringe”) and David Nutter (“Smallville”, “Supernatural”, “Game of Thrones”), this hard-hitting action series reinvents the DC hero. After being marooned for five years on a remote island, billionaire Oliver Queen returns home with a mysterious agenda and very lethal new set of skills that he uses in a war on crime.
Cult (Midseason The CW): In this visceral thriller from the creator of “Farscape” and the producers of “Chuck”, a bright and driven reporter teams up with an inquisitive television researcher to investigate a series of disturbing disappearances all tied to a wildly popular new television show called… “Cult”.
The Following (Midseason Mondays FOX): Golden Globe winner/Emmy nominee Kevin Bacon and “Rome”’s James Purefoy star in this cat-and-mouse thriller from Kevin Williamson (“The Vampire Diaries”) about a diabolical serial killer (Purefoy) and the psychologically scarred ex-FBI agent (Bacon) called in to stop him and the cult of serial killers he has created.
Revolution (Mondays 10/9c NBC): In this epic adventure thriller from “Supernatural”’s Eric Kripke, J.J. Abrams’ Bad Robot Productions and “Iron Man”’s Jon Favreau, a family struggles to reunite in a post-apocalyptic landscape of empty cities, local militias and heroic freedom fighters where every single piece of technology — phones, computers, cars, even lights — has mysteriously blacked out … forever.