Fox announced today that it will be bringing its new shows Scream Queens and Minority Report to San Diego Comic-Con this year, which runs from July 8 through July 12 at the San Diego Convention Center. Scream Queens will air the world premiere of the pilot episode on Preview Night July 8, with the cast and crew also participating in a joint panel with FX's American Horror Story: Hotel, both of which were created by Ryan Murphy. The panel will include Scream Queens stars Jamie Lee Curtis, Emma Roberts, Lea Michele, Skyler Samuels and Keke Palmer, along with American Horror Story: Hotel stars Kathy Bates, Angela Bassett, Sarah Paulson, Evan Peters and Matthew Bomer.
Minority Report will also host a special screening and Q&A panel session at this year's Comic-Con, with stars Meagan Good, Stark Sands and other cast members and producers, although it isn't known what date during the Con this panel will be held. Scream Queens is a horror anthology series that will feature a different setting and characters each season, much like American Horror Story. The first season centers on a string of murders that happens at a college, which is connected to a grisly murder 20 years prior. Minority Report is set several years after the original Steven Spielberg movie, centering on a detective (Meagan Good) and one of the Pre-Crime era "pre-cogs" (Stark Sands) who team up to stop crimes before they happen.
Fox is bringing 13 shows to the Con in total, three more of which will be making their SDCC debuts. Fox's The Last Man on Earth, FX's Sex&Drugs&Rock&Roll and A&E's Damien, which is produced by 20th Century Fox Television, will all make their Comic-Con debuts this summer. Con favorites Sleepy Hollow, Bob's Burgers and Salem will also be back. Seth MacFarlane is also hosting a panel where he will present the first look at the new seasons of Fox's Family Guy and TBS' American Dad, along with a preview of his new animated series Bordertown.