Season 2 of Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk's Con Man Will Air Exclusively on Comic Con HQ

Friday, 06 May 2016 - 1:21PM
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Friday, 06 May 2016 - 1:21PM
When geek icons Nathan Fillion and Alan Tudyk announced they were crowd-funding an original TV show that would essentially serve as a comedic love letter to the Comic Con circuit, it was unsurprising to see the campaign quickly rack up a huge level of funding. In fact, the campaign was such a hit that it ended up raising a record-breaking $3.2million, enabling the Firefly alums to recruit a host of their fellow geek legends for the first season of their project.

Once completed, the show aired on Vimeo's On Demand platform and was generally well received by its target audience of con-goers and geeks. Since then, Tudyk has always been upfront about wanting to create a second season and today he released a video announcement revealing that, after finding a new home, Season 2 of Con Man is officially in the works.

For a show as meta as Con Man, finding a home on a new TV channel created by the people behind San Diego Comic Con is kind of perfect. And, it would seem that this match made in heaven isn't lost on Tudyk himself, who added these comments to the announcement:

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"We are thrilled to be a part of the Comic-Con HQ family," said Tudyk. "For a series that was born out of a passion for the genre and support from the fans, we couldn't think of a better way to connect with our community."
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Season 1 of Con Man will be available to stream on Comic Con HQ starting next month, while Season 2 –filming now– will be made available on the platform later this year. The Comic Con HQ channel opens up for a free Beta tomorrow, and you can get your access code at
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