6 Shows That Won't Be at San Diego Comic-Con 2019 (PHOTOS)
Starz hit Outlander
is opting out of SDCC for the second year in a row, but will remain represented in the network's booth — sans stars Caitriona Balfe, Sam Heughan, Sophie Skelton and more. Hopefully, they'll return to NYCC to relieve fans suffering from droughtlander.
Shane Harvey/The CW
Considering The CW has unveiled its SDCC slate sans The 100
, it's safe to say the show isn't likely to have a panel unless there's some really last minute announcement.
HBO's highly-anticipated new series Watchmen
will not be present at this year's festivities, but the network is bringing favorites Game of Thrones
as well as upcoming newbie His Dark Materials
to San Diego this July.
may have been renewed for a fifth and final season at Netflix, but the streamer did not include the fan favorite among its panel lineup. So, fingers crossed Tom Ellis and crew hit San Diego next year.
Despite Season 3's popularity following its July 4th release, Stranger Things
is not part of Netflix's lineup for panels. For now, fans can binge their sorrows away in the Upside Down.
Nicole Wilder/AMC/Sony Pictures Television
Better Call Saul
While the AMC hit continues filming on Season 5, Better Call Saul
was not included in the network's slate of 2019 panels. The Breaking Bad
spinoff remains absent, but buzz still swirls around the title after actors Bryan Cranston and Aaron Paul's recent cryptic social media activity.
San Diego Comic-Con 2019 is shaping up to be a great time for fans as more and more panels are announced ahead of its July dates, but not all fan favorites are slated to appear.
Whether you're in the midst of droughtlander over Outlander's hiatus or wondering what's to come of HBO's upcoming Watchmen, San Diego Comic-Con won't provide much relief as those titles and more are noticeably absent in the schedule. In the gallery above, we look at six titles that won't be attending this year's festivities.
Scroll through the images above to see if your favorites won't be making SDCC this year.
'Supernatural,' 'The Witcher,' 'The Walking Dead' and more are coming to San Diego.