2019 was the year of TV at San Diego Comic-Con. Some of the biggest shows on the planet either participated in panels, released trailers, or both. Even shows like HBO's absolutely massive Game of Thrones made a stop to answer fan questions and give a little back to the fans that helped make it a global phenomenon. Netflix's The Dark Crystal: Age of Resistance didn't have a new trailer, but fans were treated to an awesome featurette. All in all, it was another excellent year at Comic-Con.
Netflix's upcoming Witcher series was easily one of the biggest trailers of this year's annual event. Fans have been waiting months to see the first footage of Henry Cavill in action and the footage did not disappoint. On the other side of things, She-Ra and the Princesses of Power unveiled its first look at Geena Davis' Huntara character. Rick and Morty brought the absurdity level up quite a few notches and made sure everybody wasn't taking themselves too seriously.
Another big shocker came when AMC held their Walking Dead panels. In addition to the season 10 information, the network also announced that the Walking Dead movie with a teaser and revealed it will only be available in theaters. Fear The Walking Dead was a major presence too as AMC looks towards the future.
Disney's DuckTales revealed they are adding a ton of characters to finish off season 2 and to start season 3. Rescue Rangers, Daisy Duck, Baloo the Bear, Goofy, and a ton of others will be joining the show's regular characters. Going to the horror side of things, Shudder released the first trailer for their upcoming Creepshow series and horror fans seem to be pretty happy about the introduction. HBO surprised fans with a brand-new Westworld season 3 trailer and things are looking even more confusing.
Ruby Rose sadly wasn't able to attend Comic-Con this year, but Batwoman had a major presence in San Diego and so did Arrow. It's pretty crazy to think about how far the superhero genre has come on the small screen. With that being said, things are only going to get more intense when Disney+ debuts in the fall. We'll be getting the Marvel Cinematic Universe shows like the recently announced Hawkeye, Winter Soldier and Falcon, WandaVision, and Loki.
Next year's Comic-Con will more than likely be even crazier for the TV side of things. While the weekend was pretty crazy and there were quite a few big reveals, we've gone ahead and done all of the hard work of finding every trailer released and placed them below. So go ahead, sit back, and enjoy every TV trailer released online from San Diego Comic-Con.
The Witcher Nextflix trailer
Netflix's The Watcher is one of the most anticipated shows of the year. Fans have been waiting a long time to finally see Henry Cavill as Geralt of Rivia, the iconic monster hunter from Andrzej Sapkowski's novels and the highly successful video games. Thankfully, the streaming platform delivered the goods and fans should be happy with their first comprehensive look at the upcoming series.
Carnival Row Trailer
Amazon Prime's Carnival Row has been in development for what seems like forever, so the two character clips were welcomed by Comic-Con. We were finally introduced to Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne's characters along with a good idea of the vibe. The series looks unique and will more than likely gain a following when it debuts.
Westworld Season 3 Trailer
HBO surprised Westworld fans with a brand-new trailer for season 3, which debuts next year. Dolores is out in the real-world and she is intent on showing the human race the errors of their ways. While showrunners Lisa Joy and Jonathan Nolan originally teased that the show was going to be more linear, the trailer seems to give off an opposite feeling.
Rick and Morty Season 4 Trailer
Rick and Morty creators Dan Harmon and Justin Roiland dropped the first look at season 4 during the Comic-Con panel. It's just a short clip, but it will be enough to get fans of the wild animated show pumped. Season 3 wrapped up in October 2017, so the season 4 is long overdue.
She-Ra and the Princesses of Power Season 2 Trailer
Netflix released a new look at She-Ra and the Princesses of Power and it featured our first look at Geena Davis' Huntara character. She will begrudgingly help She-Ra and crew as they navigate the Crimson Waste. As usual, the upcoming season looks like it will continue to separate itself from the iconic source material from the 1980s.
The Walking Dead Season 10 Trailer
AMC gave a sneak peek at The Walking Dead and it seems like things are going to get pretty crazy. Fire will play a big role in the tenth season of the hit AMC series, along with other natural elements, but they aren't going to be very easy to deal with. Additionally, it will be Danai Gurira's final season with the group.
Fear the Walking Dead Season 5B Trailer
AMC also brought out a trailer for the final five episodes of Fear The Walking Dead season 5. The network also announced that the show has been renewed for season 6, so fans should be pretty happy about that. AMC continues to have big plans for the successful spin-off, which has been blazing a new trailer for itself.
Creepshow TV Series Trailer
Shudder introduced us to their brand-new Creepshow anthology series from horror legend Greg Nicotero. While some horror fans may be a little thrown off by the new look of the Creep, the show still looks promising. Shudder will release the highly anticipated series sometime this fall, just in time for Halloween.
Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D. Season 6 Trailer
Marvel Studios released the trailer for the season 6 finale. Additionally, the studio announced that the upcoming seventh season will be its last. The studio is shifting its focus to the Disney+ streaming platform, which will debut in November.
DuckTales Season 2 and 3 Trailer
Disney released a teaser for the rest of season 2 of DuckTales, which will come back in September. Fans will be excited to learn that the rest of season 2 and 3 will feature some more fan-favorite characters. Rescue Rangers, Goofy, Daisy Duck, and more will be joining the gang for some brand-new adventures.
Preacher Season 4 Trailer
AMC brought Preacher to San Diego Comic-Con for what will more than likely be the last time for the show. The network has announced that season 4 will be the last one and fans are not too happy about that. With that being said, there is more than enough to get excited about in the season 4 teaser.
The CW didn't release a typical trailer for Batwoman. Instead they treated DC fans to a fun teaser which shows off a bunch of people getting the official logo tattoos as Ruby Rose looks on. The show will debut this fall and there is a lot of hype surrounding it, especially since fans know that Hush will be the villain.
Arrow Season 8 Trailer
The Arrow season 8 trailer teases the end of Oliver Queen. The eighth season will serve as the popular show's last one and fans are pretty bummed out. With that being said, it does look like it's going to be an action packed finale.
Family Guy Season 18 Trailer
Seth MacFarlane and the rest of the Family Guy cast brought out a sizzle reel for their upcoming 18th season. MacFarlane is still blown away that the show is going after all of these years. In addition, he told the enthusiastic Comic-Con crowd that he is still thinking of doing a big screen adaptation.
Supernatural Season 15 Trailer
Instead of the normal previous season recap, Supernatural changed things up for its final Comic-Con appearance. They gave away a 67 Impala, which is an exact replica of Sam and Dean's car from the show, to one lucky fan. The iconic car is a popular part of the show and it is the focus of the new featurette.
Riverdale Season 4 Trailer
Riverdale didn't release a trailer for the series, but they did release a blooper reel, which went over well at Comic-Con. It was also announced that Shannen Doherty with appear on the premiere season 4 episode to pay tribute to Luke Perry. Season 4 will hit the airwaves on October 9th.
Supergirl Season 5 Trailer
The Supergirl season 5 trailer also dropped at Comic-Con over the weekend, providing us with our best look yet at the new suit. The upcoming season is going to spend some time looking at how technology effects society. Star Melissa Benoist will also be teaming up with her ArrowVerse counterparts in this year's crossover event, Crisis On Infinite Earths.
The Flash Season 6 Trailer
The Flash season 6 trailer gives us a good look at the villainous BloodWork. The upcoming season will be a darker affair this time around, which should excite fans who have been waiting for the new season. Story details are still be kept under wraps, but we should no more in the near future.
His Dark Materials Trailer
Philip Pullman fans have been waiting for a proper adaptation of His Dark Materials and it has finally arrived. HBO is aiming to create a faithful adaptation of the original story and it looks like they have done their job. No release date is set, but HBO is expected to drop the series this fall.
The first trailer for TBS' post-apocalyptic, sci-fi thriller Snowpiercer was revealed at Comic-Con and it looks pretty great. The show is set more than seven years after the world has become a frozen wasteland, and things seem pretty intense. Snowpiercer will premiere in Spring 2020 on TBS.
HBO unveiled a new look at their upcoming Watchmen series and it looks completely different from the source material. However, that was the idea behind making the show in the first place. It exists in the same universe, but it will be expanding upon Alan Moore's iconic source material.
Star Trek: Picard Trailer
CBS All Access finally provided us with a good look at the upcoming Picard series. Star Trek stars Jonathan Frakes and Marina Sirtis will make appearances, which should have fans really happy. The highly anticipated series will premiere in the spring of 2020.
NOS4A2 gave us a sneak peek at the season 1 finale. AMC has also confirmed that the hit horror series from Joe Hill, has been renewed for season 2. Season 1 has been a pretty big success, so getting ready for season 2 is really a no-brainer.
Harley Quinn Trailer
Warner Bros. TV released another look at its adult animated Harley Quinn series. Kaley Cuoco provides the voice of Gotham's Queenpin and it looks like a lot of zany fun while keeping in step with the character's personality. The show will premiere in October, giving us a different look at Harley Quinn and friends.