Creation Entertainment is hosting a weekend of virtual experiences on AUGUST 7 - AUGUST 9, 2020, with select cast members from Supernatural.
Fans can enjoy select virtual experiences such as group meet and greets, Q&A panels, StageIt panels, video messages, and exclusive one-on-one chats from each guest. StageIt panels are ‘pay what you can’. Group meet and greet are by auction, and others have different pricing. Not all guests are participating in all items and many have time limited for signing up. For example, bids for meet and greet close on Wednesday, August 5 at 10:45 PDT. Autographs and swag may also be available.
Please check here under each guest for more information.
It is time for the annual GISH (Greatest International Scavenger Hunt, 1-8 August 2020) and the scavenger list has been released into the wild. GISH-ers from across the world can be found uttering ‘Dammit Misha!’ whilst gathering recycling, baking, crafting, hot glue-gunning, expanding comfort zones, and learning new skills all in the name of kindness, releasing good into the world, and supporting charity. This year, GISH-ers are off to virtual summer camp - they have been assigned cabins, teams have been assembled, and camp counselors have been named. Want to know why so many people participate in GISH?
If there’s one thing notable during this weekend’s Comic Con at Home, a usual presence at the annual convention has opted to sit out of this year’s online version. Every year thousands gather to hear about what’s to come with the fall slate on the CW network. It’s the first chance to hear what’s new for buzz worthy shows like “The Flash,” “Supergirl,” and “Riverdale” or say goodbye to fan favorites, like last year’s farewell’s for “Arrow” and “Supernatural.”
While there are no scoops on what to expect in the next season of “The Flash,” Cynthia Littleton of Variety talked with The CW boss Mark Pedowitz in the podcast “Strictly Business” about what’s happening with The CW while shooting on the standard lineup has been suspended. This 32 minutes with the current longest serving TV network boss is quite informative for anyone interested in learning how the network is adapting during this very crazy time.
Pedowitz touched upon stockpiling content for The CW in case of a work stoppage (although he was more concerned about a writers strike than a pandemic but it still worked to their advantage), and how streaming has impacted the network in the past and going forward. It’s quite a fascinating conversation about the complications of streaming new shows going forward on HBO Max while the older shows will still remain on Netflix, which has been a huge boost in getting audiences to adopt their programming. Here’s one particularly interesting soundbite related to our favorite show:
Need a little “French Mistake’”, “The Real Ghostbusters”, or some “Fan Fiction” to get you through this weekend? Tune into the second, online Supernatural watch party hosted by Friends of Random Acts -NYC on Saturday July 25 from 7:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. EST! Times of episodes are listed below:
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