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Death House (2018)
as Bennet
A secret government facility becomes ground zero for the most horrific prison break in the history of mankind.

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Driven (2018)
as Roger

Emerson Graham's nights as a cab driver are filled with annoyances and inconveniences, but until tonight, never attacks and disappearances. After picking up a mysterious passenger her evening goes from working a job to performing a quest as she must race against the clock to defeat a force of evil. The meter is running.

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Supernatural (2018)
13x13 "Devil's Bargain"
as Gabriel

"Devil's Bargain" Dean, Castiel and Sam search for Lucifer who, meanwhile, strikes an unlikely deal with a local faith healer named Sister Jo. Asmodeus gets closer to finding Jack.

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Kings of Con (2016 - Present)
as Richard Slate

Rob & Rich became regulars on the convention circuit after guest starring on a cult TV series. Now, follow them behind the autograph where you’ll discover that the strangest people at conventions are the actors paid to be there.

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Kings of Con (2016 - Present)
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Rob & Rich became regulars on the convention circuit after guest starring on a cult TV series. Now, follow them behind the autograph where you’ll discover that the strangest people at conventions are the actors paid to be there.

Kings of Con (2016 - Present)
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Rob & Rich became regulars on the convention circuit after guest starring on a cult TV series. Now, follow them behind the autograph where you’ll discover that the strangest people at conventions are the actors paid to be there.

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The digital series, from Supernatural‘s Richard Speight Jr. and Rob Benedict, follows fictionalized versions of the actors as they travel to various fan conventions and experience what it’s like to be rock stars in the convention world… and normal people in the real world. In the show’s first season, which streamed on Comic-Con HQ, several Supernatural stars stopped in, including Misha Collins, Kim Rhodes, Matt Cohen, Jensen Ackles, and Jared Padalecki. Along the way, the show gained a faithful following within the SPN Family. And that’s why Speight and Benedict are already working on season 2, even though it’s yet to find a home.

“Comic-Con HQ is no longer doing scripted content,” Speight says. “So now, we are going to go out and try to find a new home for the show. We’re going to do it, we just don’t know where.”

Some Supernatural fans took it upon themselves to launch a petition to get the series on Netflix, which is currently on its way to 15,000 signatures. “There is an audience for this show and an audience that is growing and we just have to find the platform that is a good match,” Speight says. “There is a huge market for programming that embraces fandoms. For years, fans have been mocked for being fans. The whole idea of being a Trekkie, the whole idea of being socially quirky enough to want to go to conventions — that has been the stereotype and it couldn’t be further from the truth. I know, I see them every week. These are normal bright people who have an intense passion for something I happen to be involved in. I don’t think there’s anything strange about loving a show so much that you want to meet the actors and be with people who share your passion. The fandom’s been getting the short end of the stick for years.”

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Source: EW.com

 Posted by: Kris
 Date: August 23rd 2017
 Categories: Kings of Con

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