Carnival Row is taking to the stage at SDCC 2019 on July 19. Don’t miss a beat with all the following panel information you need.
Amazon is going big at SDCC 2019. With Undone kicking off the show yesterday, the streaming service is here with two Originals on July 19. Carnival Row is the Original that we barely know anything about and there’s a strong chance we’ll find out plenty today.
You won’t want to miss the Carnival Row panel at SDCC 2019 this year. Here’s all you need to know, whether you’re there or looking to stream from home.
When and where?
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The panel starts at 4:45 p.m. local time, following straight off the back of The Boys panel in Ballroom 20. If you’re there for The Boys, keep your seat and find out more about this new fantasy series.
For those who are catching up from home, tune in from 4:45 p.m. PT/7:15 p.m. ET. You’ll be able to follow the news online. Don’t expect live streaming. San Diego Comic-Con doesn’t stream panels for fans at home and doesn’t allow streaming from people within the panels. There may be the odd short videos that pop up, but it’s mostly photos and written tweets.
If you’re on Twitter, follow #SDCC2019 and #CarnivalRow. These are the hashtags most people will be using to share everything they’re learning at SDCC 2019.
What to expect at the Carnival Row panel
TVLine reports that stars Orlando Bloom and Cara Delevingne will be at the panel. You can also expect David Gyasi and Tamzin Merchant, who are also part of the cast. From the EPs, it’s Marc Guggenheim and Travis Beacham taking to the stage.
It’s not clear what’s going to be included but the panel may have an exclusive screening of the premiere episode. At the Undone panel, two episodes were screened for the fans. There wasn’t a trailer or release date, but the reception from fans has been impressive.
At least Carnival Row already has a premiere date and has had some teaser trailers. A screener is certainly possible with all that in mind.
We’ll also likely find out a little more about this mysterious fantasy series. It’s time to find out more about the characters, the setting, and the overall story.
Which panels are you heading to at SDCC 2019? What do you think of Carnival Row so far? Share your thoughts in the comments below.
Carnival Row will premiere on Amazon Prime Video on Aug. 30.