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Stars of 'Chuck', 'Fringe' and Others Who Attend Comic Con

July 1, 2010 (4:15 am) GMT
Warner Bros. TV has announced the shows, the dates and the stars who will take over one of the 2010 convention's biggest booths.

More information about what to expect from the upcoming 2010 San Diego Comic Con is available as Warner Bros. TV announces which of its shows and stars will attend the annual convention. "", "" and "" are returning for another year while new shows "" and "Unnatural History" will make their debut.

With 14 TV shows and plenty to present, WB TV has booked 3,000 square foot booth at the Con. There will be video demos, autograph signing sessions, swag giveaways as well as screening of "Nikita" pilot and new episodes of TV series.

On Friday, July 23, all the five main leads of "", namely , , , , and , will be present to answer questions. Interestingly, the panel will be moderated by Sheldon's nemesis . Producers slash co-creators Chuck Lorre and Bill Prady will also be there.

On Saturday, July 23, "Chuck" stars like , , , , , , , , and will invade the Con along with executive producers Josh Schwartz and Chris Fedak. The panel famously rocked last year's event with a Jeffster concert.

Although "" is not going to return for the second season until mid-season, it is determined not to skip this year's Con for promotion. Attending the Saturday panel are the cast , , , , , Charles Mesure, , and .

"Fringe" which gets the coveted Saturday slot as well, will be represented by , , , , , and producers Jeff Pinkner and J.H. Wyman. For Reddick and Brown, this would be their first time at the event.

"" brings , , and executive producer Matthew Miller while "Nikita" will have , , and joining executive producer Craig Silverstein. Perhaps the most anticipated panel by The CW fans, "" features the power three, , , and plus and Michael Trevino. These three shows are also on the Saturday slot.

There's still a question mark for those representing "" and "" on Sunday. The latter has confirmed producers Sera Gamble, Ben Edlund and Eric Kripke but has not announced the stars. Last year, and missed the panel because they were catching up with the shooting schedule in Vancouver.

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