The final trailer for the DC Universe show shows fans a little more interaction from Beast Boy, Starfire, and Raven as the first trailer focused mainly on Robin. This live-action adaptation of the DC comicbook series has been talked about for months creating many debates among fans regarding the casting and costuming choices. The series will finally premiere to DC’s new TV network this week, so we can finally see what all the fuss is about!
Origin is arguably one of the biggest budgeted shows created by Youtube in it ventures into original series. Featuring the talents of Harry Potter alumni Tom Felton and Natalia Tena in a sci-fi series that centers around a group of people who are left behind by the rest of humanity on a space shuttle set out for a distant planet. The series will be fully available to stream on Youtube Premium on November 14, 2018.
Freeform is continuing their stake on supernatural TV shows since Shadowhunters will be coming to an end soon. The Siren season two sneak peek seems to bring on a variety of new mer-folk to create a war atmosphere led by Rynn, a mermaid who has traveled to the town of Bristol Cove. The next season will premiere on Freeform on January 24, 2019.
Tell Me A Story
This eerie thriller show will premiere on CBS All-Access on Halloween, and rightfully so. In a cross between Once Upon a Time and American Horror Story, the series of Tell Me A Story puts a modern and dark twist on the fairytales “The Three Little Pigs,” “Hansel and Gretel,” and “Little Red Riding Hood.” The series stars Vampire Diaries‘ Paul Wesley, this new series will definitely get you into the Halloween spirit.
All in all, New York Comic Con brought us some awesome new marketing material for a whole mess of new shows and movies, and the best part is is that this is just the beginning!