For the first time since Glee debuted, the Fox series will not be heading to Comic-Con this summer.
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Twentieth Century Fox released their Comic-Con lineup Friday, and the Ryan Murphy musical series was missing. The studio gave no reason why Glee wouldn't make the trek to San Diego, though it seems likely that Murphy & Co. aren't quite ready to talk about what's in store for the up-in-the-air fourth season.
So, what's going to the Con? Returning drama Bones will make its way back to Comic-Con for a panel on Friday, July 13 with stars Emily Deschanel and David Boreanaz on the panel, along with executive producers Hart Hanson and Stephen Nathan. Also on Friday: Bob's Burgers and the debut of Brickleberry, the new Comedy Central series debuting after Tosh.0 in September.
Animation rules Saturday, July 14, with Futurama, The Simpsons, Family Guy and American Dad all hosting panels. The Cleveland Show will follow on Sunday.
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As usual, Sons of Anarchy will hold their panel on the Con's closing day (Sunday, July 15), with creator Kurt Sutter and most of the cast on hand, including Charlie Hunnam, Katey Sagal and Ron Perlman.
Which panels are you looking forward to?