History released a teaser trailer for season 3 of Vikings and fans of the show can expect more blood, more intrigue and more epic battle scenes.
The last season left off with Travis Fimmel's character, Ragnar Lothbrok, replacing Horik as King of the Danes after a brutal and intricate coup d'etat. Now King Ragnar, we were left with the image of Fimmel staring out to sea toward England, where he has unfinished business with the conniving King Ecbert of Wessex, played by Linus Roache.
Sleepy Hollow left its heroes in perilous positions in season one. Abbie (Nicole Beharie) is in purgatory, and Ichabod (Tom MIson) in a casket. But as the Fox show's stars and producers promised a Comic-Con crowd, there's plenty more to come.
Beharie said Abbey will learn some secrets about her family in secret two.
"She learns why she is a witness," said Beharie. "At the end of a season, Ichabod betrayed Abbey in a way by drawing a map. Now they have a little of patching up to do.
Guess Ichabod Crane isn't in that pine box for long.
Sleepy Hollow treated fans Friday evening at Comic-Con with two scenes from the new season, and The Hollywood Reporter exclusively debuts one of those clips, where Ichabod (Tom Mison) and partner-in-crime Abbie (Nicole Beharie) head to a bank in support of a case.
A&E's dark and twisty Bates Motel is upping the family drama in season three.
The Psycho prequel series will bring back Kenny Johnson to reprise his role as Norma's (Vera Farmiga) brother — and Dylan's (Max Thieriot) father — for its upcoming season as a series regular, with the actor making a surprise appearance during the show's Comic-Con panel on Friday.
Captain America: Winter Soldier directors Anthony and Joe Russo are headed to ABC's Agent Carter.
Marvel Studios co-president Louis D'Esposito said the Russo brothers will direct episodes two and three of the upcoming series. He also revealed Captain America: The First Avenger director Joe Johnston is interested in directing episode four if the scheduling works out.
CBS' The Big Bang Theory opened Friday at Comic-Con with a panel in Ballroom 20 that started with a special musical performance and took a stroll down memory lane with the writers behind TV's No. 1 comedy among the advertiser-coveted adults 18-49 demo.