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July 13, 2010

'Terra Nova' Comic-Con panel canceled

The biggest sci-fi production airing on TV next season is going to miss out on the biggest fanboy convention.

Comic-Con 2010  

20th and producers of Fox's epic prehistoric family action drama "Terra Nova" have scrapped plans for a panel at Comic-Con. Those involved cited some reasons familiar to fans of "Game of Thrones" and "Torchwood," both of which are also missing the event: There's no footage yet for the show and it seems too early to talk about the project when so many aspects are still coming together.

This could help NBC's "The Event" position itself as the Big New Show at the Con (and can't hurt my "Spartacus" panel either, which is scheduled for the same time as "Nova").


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