Comic-Con is without a doubt the biggest pop culture event featuring top celebrities, comics, independent artists, cosplay, video games, consumer electronics, merchandise, international guests, music, and apps. More importantly, it is a great way for fans to experience their favorite show. Between the hundreds of hours of unique panel programming, photo ops, and celebrity booths, there is absolutely something for everyone, which is why there are guests of all ages. Honoring their fans for saving the show, the team of the renewed time travel drama series ‘Timeless’ joined the annual pop-culture extravaganza held at the San Diego Convention Center.
Cast members Abigail Spencer, Matt Lanter, Malcolm Barrett and Goran Visnjic, as well as the show’s creators truly stood out from the rest of the crowd by sharing news stories, trailers, and publicity stunts. Their appearance exceeded the guests’ expectations and delightfully surprised them.
On May 10, after its first season, ‘Timeless’ was canceled, but three days later, fans ranged on social media and made history by making NBC change its decision and renew the show for another season of 10-episodes. The crew addressed their adoring fans and expressed their gratitude to all of those who helped save the show. The panel featured the series’ stars Abigail Spencer, Goran Visnjic, Matt Lanter, and Malcolm Barrett. On the panel, they discussed some of their favorite moments from Season 1, answered questions from the audience, and received an enthusiastic round of applause. After that, they went to party with everyone down in San Diego.
The show’s creators rewarded their devoted fans by revealing a few details about Season 2. Among other things, they revealed that they’ll dig deeper into the characters and visit some pretty important historical figures. Just like in season 1, the characters will wear authentic costumes as they go after the villainous Garcia Flynn, played by ER star Goran Visnjic. For Season 2, production will move from Los Angeles to Vancouver, thanks to a $330 million tax credit program. Goran Visnjic shared during the panel discussion that the production is scheduled to start in November, which means that the show and Flynn will return next summer.