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Firefly Reunion Footage at NYCC

Firefly 10th Anniversary Browncoats Unite

By Robert T. Trate     September 18, 2012
Source: Hollywood Reporter

It looks as if the Browncoats will reunite again in 2012. The New York Comic Con, which runs from October 11th to the 14th, will host the Science Channel and their glimpse of the Firefly reunion held at San Diego Comic Con. If anyone attended the San Diego event they can testify to the insanity that this little show brought upon the Con. Many fans were turned away from the reunion (not enough room). A reunion which featured the Firefly crew. The New York Comic Con (which seems to be more about the fan’s experience than huge lines) is having 3 panels of the footage that will air on the Science Channel premiering Nov. 11th (6:15-7:15 p.m.). If you are indeed heading to NYC then look no further than the IGN Theater for your Firefly fix. 

The news story broken (exclusively) on Hollywood by Lesley Goldberg. Check out the full story here.  


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mike10 9/18/2012 7:25:41 AM

I thought Ron Glass was a regular cast member of Firefly? I didn't see him in any of the pictures from the ComicCon so how was it a reunion of the entire crew?

berserk1300 9/18/2012 8:39:06 AM

Cant think of who Ron Glass is right now, but also wanted to say rember they did kill off a few in Serenity.  ill go look up who he is again.


berserk1300 9/18/2012 8:40:06 AM

Yep he was killed by the Alliance in Serenity

ztigr 9/18/2012 4:42:29 PM

 Ron Glass was the preacher, but he wasn't in every episode....why doesn't Whedon use some of his Avenger Mojo and make another sequel??  Prequel??

trollman 9/18/2012 7:53:46 PM

Ron Glass, Preacher. He was in almost every episode but the character was killed off in the movie.

stonedtodeath 9/19/2012 2:44:50 PM

Its sad that some of the better television shows can't gain enough notoriety to stay on T.V.  Arrested Development garnered critical acclaim but could not gain enough of an audience to stay on T.V.  The same could not be said of Firefly, looking back I thought it looked cheesy and decided early on not to watch.  After watching Serenity, I went back and watched all of the episodes on Netflix, and to my surprise I really liked it.  The campiness was truly part of the appeal and all of the characters were well written and affable, now I wishs I would'vr given it a chance and it may still be on T.V.



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