And finally back to Hall H to finish out the week of Comic Con.
Today started out with the panel for Vampire Diaries, sans Nina Dobrev for the first year since the beginning of the show. Present at the panel were Julie Plec, Kat Graham, Candice Accola, Paul Wesley, Ian Somerhalder, and Michael Malarkey. The panel was moved to Hall H for the first time ever and it was a packed house. The cast answered burning questions about what we can look forward to in the next season, as well as their feelings on if something is missing from the cast, obviously nodding to Nina Dobrev.
To continue on with the epic fandom, the next panel for Supernatural quite literally light up the house. Fans brought along small tea lights to light in the hall which was incredible to see and a huge testament to what a strong fan base they have. Star shows Jared Padalecki, Jensen Ackles, Mark Sheppard and Misha Collins were present to make the crowd laugh. Even the guest star of the panel was there to thrill, the Hamster! The panel began with a special video of a montage honoring the past 10 seasons of the show. Fans asked questions of all the stars, to which they responded so humbly and honestly, that showed their true class. The panel ended with the gag reel of the bloopers for season 10.
Following the supernatural/ horror theme, the next panel was American Horror Story and Scream Queens, both shows from creator Ryan Murphy. The panel included Ryan Murphy, Jamie Lee Curtis, Katy Bates, Angela Bassett, Matt Bomer, Lea Michele, Emma Roberts, Sarah Paulson, Abigail Breslin, Keke Palmer, Evan Peters, and Skyler Samuels. We were shown a few clips at the beginning of the panel from both of the shows. Ryan Murphy answered some burning questions on whether Scream Queens would feature any singing since many of the cast are talented singers, particularly Lea Michele. Ryan’s response? Never say never! Of course, this pleased all the Glee fans in the audience. Following the questions from the moderator, the fans were allowed to ask their burning questions, including what were their favorite horror movies. Jamie Lee Curtis responds that she doesn’t like the horror genre, but Psycho was her ultimate answer. Kathy Bates responds with “horror has been really good to me.”