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‘Person of Interest,’ ‘The Blacklist,’ ‘Sons of Anarchy’: Comic-Con 2014 panels

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The attendees of the San Diego Comic- Con 2014 will have an eyeful of television shows once again. Finally, the hype for the "Twilight" movie franchise has completely faded away and once again shows and movies are able to equally garner attention at the popular event in Southern California. According to Cinema Blend on Sunday, the newly released list of panels offers a look at TV shows and plenty of stars ready to answer questions.

Two of the popular network shows getting attention includes “The Blacklist” and “Person of Interest.” James Spader, Jon Bokenkamp and John Eisendrath will be on hand to discuss the NBC hit series “The Blacklist.” Knowing fans from around the country are expected to attend, the panel is expected to be a hit with viewers and people wanting to know more about the show.

The “Person of Interest” panel returns for the fourth year as well. Viewers will join executive producer Greg Plageman along with stars from the show for a special video presentation and question and answer session. Every viewer is hoping that some of the spoilers for the upcoming season will be revealed too.

There are plenty of other great shows that plan to be part of the annual Comic-Con. “American Horror Story,” “Sons of Anarchy,” “Under the Dome,” “Once Upon a Time,” “Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D.” and “Resurrection.” The list of panels reveals there is an emphasis on TV and comic book characters this year, but several of the big movies expected in the near future have decided to sit out the conference.

Those folks who haven’t picked up tickets for the 2014 Comic-Con in San Diego might already be out of luck for getting a spot on any of the TV show panels. The tickets are always tough to get, if not purchased months prior to the conference and there is rarely any tickets at the event. With so many people coming to San Diego it is a big festival.

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