San Diego Comic Con (SDCC) is wrapped, but it’s left us with incredible glimpses of this magic and supernatural tv line up.
A Discovery of Witches:
Based on the best selling novel ‘A Discovery of Witches‘ by Deborah Harkness.
In the words of Daphne Durham: “It all begins with a lost manuscript, a reluctant witch, and 1,500-year-old vampire. Dr. Diana Bishop has a really good reason for refusing to do magic: she is a direct descendant of the first woman executed in the Salem Witch Trials, and her parents cautioned her be discreet about her talents before they were murdered, presumably for having “too much power.” So it is purely by accident that Diana unlocks an enchanted long-lost manuscript (a book that all manner of supernatural creatures believe to hold the story of all origins and the secret of immortality) at the Bodleian Library at Oxford, and finds herself in a race to prevent an interspecies war. A sparkling debut written by a historian and self-proclaimed oenophile, A Discovery of Witchesis heady mix of history and magic, mythology, and love (cue the aforementioned vampire!), making for a luxurious, intoxicating, one-sitting read.” Or this time around a call into work binge luxury.
The DCEU continues to rule the tv line up and is now expanding into the DC Universe app. A streaming service for all DC content from past movies and shows, to expanded character bios and even interactive comics it’s one service you’ll want to hop on. Cue Titans led by Geoff Johns who left his previous post at DC Comics to oversee DC’s fluctuating Film and TV division. Hopefully with one voice leading the charge the DCEU is about to light up the Super Hero game. Check out Titans below:
Oliver Queen is back for the 7th season of Arrow now with Beth Schwartz as Showrunner.
Flash also returns with a VERY interesting speedster we can’t wait to see the season!
SYFY is bringing Nightflyers to life this fall, and we are onboard if this trailer is anything to judge by this show will be edge of your seat entertainment.
And thats our top 5 trailers from this years SDCC what did you love?