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San Diego Comic-Con 2013: Grimm, Revolution, and More Joining Hannibal at the Show





San Diego Comic-Con 2013: Grimm, Revolution, and More Joining Hannibal at the ShowWe already knew "Hannibal" is heading to the 2013 SDCC, and now NBC has announced which other series it plans to bring to the upcoming gathering in San Diego, which runs from July 18th-21st. Here are the horror highlights, which include a special look at "Dracula."

From the Press Release:
“Hannibal,” “Grimm,” and “Revolution” will headline at Comic-Con, and featured during the “Grimm” panel will be a special trailer of the new Friday night series “Dracula,” starring Jonathan Rhys Meyers.

“Hannibal” (Gaumont International Television)
Day: Thursday, July 18 (6:45-7:45 pm in Room 6A)
Who: Hugh Dancy, executive producer Bryan Fuller, executive producer/director David Slade, and executive producer Martha De Laurentiis

“Hannibal,” which is based on the characters created by author Thomas Harris in his novel “Red Dragon,” was one of the best-reviewed series of the past season and was recently renewed for Season Two. Hugh Dancy plays criminal profiler Will Graham while Mads Mikkelsen plays psychiatrist Dr. Hannibal Lecter.

“Grimm” (Universal Television)
Day: Saturday, July 20 (time and location TBA)
Who: David Giuntoli, Silas Weir Mitchell, Russell Hornsby, Reggie Lee, Sasha Roiz, Bitsie Tulloch, Bree Turner, Claire Coffee, and executive producers Todd Milliner, David Greenwalt, Jim Kouf, and Norberto Barba

“Grimm,” a drama series inspired by the classic Grimm Brothers' Fairy Tales, follows Portland homicide detective Nick Burkhardt (Giuntoli) as he tries to find the balance between normal life and his birthright as a Grimm, an elite line of criminal profilers who have the ability to see the monsters that lurk below a seemingly human surface.

“Revolution” (Warner Bros. Television)
Day: Saturday, July 20 (time and location TBA)
Who: Executive producer Eric Kripke and others to be determined

In its first season, “Revolution” examined why the Earth’s power was turned off and asked how the world’s citizens are expected to survive. In the season finale the power is turned back on, but at what cost and consequence? The second season begins in the fall.

If you're curious about the network's non-genre lineup, it includes “The Blacklist” (July 18th) and “Community” (July 21st) along with talent from “Saturday Night Live,” “Late Night with Seth Meyers” and “Ironside” also participating on various panels.

Keep it here for more San Diego Comic-Con 2013 news as it comes.

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