For years, San Diego Comic-Con has become THE place for H’Wood to push their wares to get the pop culture crowd hooked on their product in hopes they will get others to get in on the fun.  Television networks have picked up on this over the years, and it look like 2010 will be a huge year for the networks to show off favorite programs, and upcoming releases.

Take the jump for the complete rundown of shows confirmed for this year’s event.


  • Glee
  • Bones
  • Human Target
  • Fringe
  • Bobs Burgers
  • Terra Nova
  • Simpsons
  • Family Guy
  • Cleveland Show
  • American Dad


  • The Cape
  • The Event
  • Chuck


  • No Ordinary Family
  • Castle
  • V


  • Vampire Diaries
  • Nikita
  • Smallville
  • Supernatural


  • Hawaii Five-0
  • Big Bang Theory


  • Archer
  • It’s Always Sunny in Philadelphia
  • Sons of Anarchy


  • White Collar
  • Psych
  • Burn Notice


  • Futurama


  • Dexter


  • True Blood


  • Spartacus


  • The Walking Dead


  • Neighbors From Hell


  • Eureka


  • Adventure Time
  • Generator Rex
  • Ben 10
  • Unnatural History
  • Tower Prep
  • Aqua Teen Hunger Force
  • Squidbillies
  • Venture Bros
  • Robot Chicken
  • Metalocalypse
  • Tim & Eric

via THR


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  1. Chuck, Castle and Burn Notice are the big ones for me…man, I sure hope all 3 won’t have conflicitng time schedules. V…hopefully and Hawaii 5-0…tempting, time willing! Spartacus and Walking Dead. All these great shows, its crazy!

  2. Speaking of Comic-Con… about when do I need to buy tickets? Every year I say I’m going to go, and every year when I look, tickets for Friday & Saturday are already sold out. :p

  3. Dude, for this year’s SDCC, tickets were available in December. Can you believe that the 4-day (with or w/o Preview Night were all sold out within the first week? I bought my individual 3-day tickets a week later. This year even Sunday sold out in March…unbelievable! Used to be you could get Sunday at the door. Best bet is to get next year’s tickets last day of the con…that is, if we still have money left to afford it! Even if you can’t make it, you can get a full refund a month before.

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