Comic-Con: What to Watch for on Sunday

THR is on the scene in San Diego. Here are the day's TV and film panels to watch for.
Corey Hawkins in '24: Legacy'

After a whirling three days of headlines, cosplay and hundreds of film and TV panels, the final day of San Diego Comic-Con has arrived. As the sale tags light up the convention floor, the so-called Kids Day features a couple staples.

The Hollywood Reporter is on the ground in San Diego and each morning will offer a guide to the day's must-see panels and what to expect as some of the biggest names in Hollywood take the stage as movie studios and TV networks look to win over fanboys and cut through the clutter to breakthrough in a crowded landscape.

Here are the must-see film and TV panels for Sunday:

TV

Sherlock (10-11 a.m., Hall H) Fan favorite Steven Moffat is joined by fellow exec producers as well as star Amanda Abbington to offer an update on the forthcoming adventures of Sherlock and Watson.

Supernatural (11:15 a.m.-12:15 p.m., Hall H) Comic-Con regulars Jared Padalecki and Jensen Ackles are joined by Misha Collins and Mark A. Sheppard as well as exec producers Robert Singer and Andrew Dabb to preview season 12 of the CW genre favorite.

Prison Break/24: Legacy (12:30-1:30 p.m., Hall H) As Fox prepares to revive Prison Break with its original cast and reboot 24 sans Kiefer Sutherland, the network showcases both series in a joint panel. Set to participate are Prison Break's Wentworth Miller, Dominic Purcell, Sarah Wayne Callies, Robert Knepper and producers Vaun Wilmott and Michael Horowitz, who will unspool a sneak preview of new footage. For 24: Legacy, leading man Corey Hawkins will be joined by co-stars Miranda Otto and Jimmy Smits as well as the creators/producers of the original franchise, Howard Gordon, Manny Coto and Evan Katz.

FILM

Women of Marvel (12:30-1:30 p.m., Room 6DE) With Marvel Studios poised to launch its first female-toplined movie with Captain Marvel and questions about diversity in the comics industry swirling, recognizing the female talent at Marvel Comics is more topical than ever. Content development director Sana Amanat, producer Judy Stephens, social media manager Adri Cowan, Marvel Live host Lorraine Cink, writer G. Willow Wilson (Ms. Marvel), Marvel's Agents of SHIELD costume designer Ann Foley and others are set to appear on this panel to share what it's like to work as a woman in the male-dominated industry of comics. 

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