The Cleveland Show actors Kevin Michael Richardson, left, and Reagan Gomez-Preston pose with series co-creator/actor Mike Henry and co-creator Richard Appel at Comic-Con.
'The Cleveland Show'
The cast of Fox's animated The Cleveland Show greets fans and autographs exclusive show posters Sunday.
Filmmaker Kevin Smith addresses the audience at the Comi-Kev: Q&A With Kevin Smith panel.
Producer Caroline Skinner and actors Arthur Darvill, Karen Gillan and Matt Smith speak at BBC America's Doctor Who panel.
Former The Voice finalist Frenchie Davis performs for fans on the Extra stage.
The Fringe cast and creatives got emotional during their panel about the upcoming final season, which will take place in the future. In the exclusive teaser shown to the Hall H crowd, there was some new footage intercut into the trailer even though production on the new episodes will begin next week. "Yes it's going to pick up where we left off in [season four, episode 19], the day after," showrunner Joel Wyman said. From left: executive producer J.H. Wyman and stars Anna Torv, Lance Reddick, Jasika Nicole, John Noble and Joshua Jackson.
Katey Sagal and Kurt Sutter
Sons of Anarchy star Katey Sagal and creator Kurt Sutter walk the press line at Comic-Con. During the Sons panel, an explosive clip from season five showed plenty of shocking drama to come, including one sex scene that was too graphic to show to the crowd. "That was my wife [Sagal's Gemma] getting f---ed from behind by Jimmy Smits," Sutter told the crowd. Smits is a new addition to the show, playing an ex-gangster.
'Sons of Anarchy'
Sons of Anarchy castmembers Kim Coates, Ron Perlman, Ryan Hurst, Charlie Hunnam, Maggie Siff, creator Kurt Sutter, Katey Sagal, Theo Rossi, Tommy Flanagan, Mark Boone Junior and Dayton Callie pose at Comic-Con in San Diego.
Supernatural stars Jensen Ackles, left, and Jared Padalecki address the crowd at Comic-Con.
The Voice finalist Tony Lucca performs on the Extra stage.
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