There’s a million things to do at New York Comic Con. With screenings, autographs, photo-ops, artist alley, the showroom floor, and more there’s something for everyone. If panels happen to be your cup of tea, here’s some advice to help you navigate the busy schedule and even busier Javits Center:
I love TV, but I don’t love the Emmy Awards. Not only is the telecast way too long but the awards are generally predictable and repetitive. There’s a lot of things about them I’d change if I could: I’d love to see broadcast and cable shows split into two separate categories, I wish actors could only win once for every role, and as always it would be nice if more shows were recognized. However, there is one category that I can get behind – Outstanding Main Title Design.
With the fall TV season literally days away and the DVR at 70% capacity, it was time clean house. Watched, not watched, didn’t matter, the delete button was about to get a workout. After a contemplative few minutes here’s what made the cut and what’s been wiped out.
Comic Con International’s exclusive streaming/video-on-demand site Comic-Con HQ launched on May 7th, but it’s real test will come when San Diego Comic Con gets underway on July 21st 2016. For the first time in the con’s history, no badge, no problem – content will be made (legally) available online.
The Television Critics Association Press Tour occurs twice a year, once in the summer and once in the winter. The bi-annual event currently spans over two weeks and consists of a variety of panels held by networks and streaming platforms. Basically, from what I understand, it’s a bunch of TV critics sitting in hotel ballrooms learning about all the new and returning shows for the current TV season.
Back in 2012 I recommended some of my favorite TV podcasts, well it’s been a few years and I’ve found some new ones. Whether you’re looking for some show-specific podcasts or more broad entertainment and pop culture ones, here’s a few you should listen to.