We’re already in Day Two of the San Diego Comic-Con 2020 (SDCC 2020), or rather, Comic-Con At Home 2020. Throughout the day, we’ll gradually update this article with more exciting reveals and announcements from a variety of panels as they come in.
Check them out below (or head on over here for the Best Of Day One):
G4 And X-Play Are Returning In 2021
During an IGN Live panel at Comic-Con At Home, a teaser video was released, which referenced running jokes from the network’s shows, including the Golden Mullet Award, Sessler’s Soapbox and Rot Gut. It ends on a game of Pong, before the surprise appearance of the G4 logo, a 2021 date, and a tagline; “We never stopped playing”.
While no details have been revealed, the video does tease the return of G4 and X-Play, either as a TV network again or as an online show (which seems more likely), in 2021.
We never stopped playing. pic.twitter.com/cBA6awUcRM
— X-Play (@xplay) July 24, 2020
G4 was a video games-focused TV network that ran from 2002 to 2014. One of its most popular programmings was X-Play, which ran from 1998 to 2013 and featured everything from game reviews to gaming-related skits.
The network also helped launch the careers of Geoff Keighley, Olivia Munn and other notable figures in the gaming coverage industry.
Vikings Season 6 (Part 2) Trailer
History has finally dropped the first trailer for the second half of Vikings Season 6 during its Comic-Con At Home panel. This will be the ending to the entire series and act as the final season, which is set to air later this year, though a premiere date has yet to be announced.
Vikings creator Michael Hirst said:
“The characters who we all have grown to love with all have their fates decided, whether they live or die is in the hands of the gods, but of course, I had a hand in it too.
I think the conclusion of the saga is deeply satisfying, a proper and meaningful ending.
I hope all of our fans will feel the same way.
I tried to do justice to all of my characters and I hope I succeeded.”
Check out the awesome clip from Vikings Season 6 (Part 2) below, which teases a final confrontation between the Vikings and the Rus:
Fear The Walking Dead Season 6 Release Date & Trailer
During its Comic-Con At Home panel, the Fear The Walking Dead cast dropped both a premiere date and a 1-minute teaser at the upcoming new season.
Fear The Walking Dead Season 6 is slated to premiere on 11 October 2020. In the meantime, check out the trailer below:
New Lovecraft Country Trailer
HBO’s upcoming supernatural horror show Lovecraft Country has received a new trailer, featuring a cloer look at what seems to be none other than Cthulhu himself and other monsters.
Based on the novel of the same name by Matt Ruff (and not an actual work of H.P. Lovecraft), the series follows a Black family from Chicago as they investigate their family history and face a racist cult with Lovecraftian elements.
Impressively, the show’s executive producers include the likes of J.J. Abrams and Jordan Peele. It is slated to premiere on 16 August 2020.
The Walking Dead Season 10 Finale Release Date
During The Walking Dead’s Comic-Con At Home panel, AMC announced that The Walking Dead Season 10 Finale will air on 4 October 2020.
Series showrunner Angela Kang also confirmed that six additional episodes of Season 10 will be shot and aired in early 2021, bringing the season to 22 episodes in total.
Meanwhile, the new spin-off show The Walking Dead: World Beyond will debut on 4 October 2020 immediately after The Walking Dead Season 10 finale.
The first three-and-a-half minutes of the episode was also released via YouTube, which you can check out below:
Netflix To Finish The Dragon Prince Saga With Four More Seasons
Netflix has renewed The Dragon Prince for four more seasons at Netflix, with seasons 4, 5, 6 and 7 set to feature nine episodes each to close out the saga.
Created by Aaron Ehasz (Avatar: The Last Airbender) and Justin Richmond (Uncharted 3), The Dragon Prince season 3 recently concluded in November 2019, but now fans can be rest assured that the stories of Callum, Ezran and Rayla will continue.
However, though there’s no release date set for The Dragon Prince Season 4 as of yet, it is currently in pre-production.
— The Dragon Prince (@thedragonprince) July 24, 2020
Marvel’s Helstrom Gets First Trailer & Release Date
Hulu has released a trailer for Marvel’s Helstrom, during its panel at Comic Con At Home. The show is based on the Marvel Comics character Daimon Hellstrom, originally known as the Son of Satan.
The show follows Daimon (Tom Austen) and Ana (Sydney Lemmon), adult children of a serial killer who now spend their time grown up into detectives that hunt killers and demons.
Helstrom will premiere on 16 October 2020 for a run of 10 episodes. For now, it’s slated to be the last Marvel TV series in the works that’s not part of the Marvel Studios’ Disney Plus plans.
Archer Season 11 Trailer
During the panel at Comic At Home, producer Casey Willis announced that Archer Season 11 will premiere on 16 September 2020.
In the meantime, you can check out the trailer below.
Hideo Kojima & Horror Mangaka Junji Ito May Collaborate In A Future Project
There aren’t many details on this just yet, but renowned Japanese horror mangaka Junji Ito said recently that Hideo Kojima contacted him about working together on a new horror game. During an interview at SDCC 2020 (via ComicBook), he has been in conversation with the director behind the Metal Gear series and that one futuristic postman game.
“I do know director Kojima and we have been in conversation that he may have a horror-based game that he may be doing, and so he has invited me to work on that, but there are no details on it yet.”
Kojima stated before that he wants to do a “revolutionary” horror game ever since the P.T. demo happened a while back, so it’s natural that his next project after Death Stranding is going to be a horror game.