By Christian Holub
June 25, 2018 at 01:15 PM EDT
Dean Buscher/The CW; Katie Yu/The CW; Richard Ducree/The CW

HBO will not be bringing Game of Thrones or Westworld to San Diego Comic-Con this year, and even Marvel Studios is forsaking its typical Hall H panel, but attendees will still have plenty of opportunities to learn about their favorite shows.

On Monday, Warner Bros. rolled out its Comic-Con plans, including panels and presentations for both old favorites (Supernatural, Arrow, The Big Bang Theory, Black Lightning, DC’s Legends of Tomorrow, The Flash, Gotham, Riverdale, Supergirl, and Unikitty!) and new series (Manifest, Freedom Fighters: The Ray, and Castle Rock).

As usual, Thursday night of the convention will be Warner Bros’ Premiere Night. There will be a screening of the pilot episode from new, Lost-like series Manifest, as well as the first two episodes of Legends of Tomorrow spin-off Freedom Fighters: The Ray. The following week’s episode of The 100 will also be screened that night.

Castle Rock, however, will premiere on Friday, July 20, before a panel discussion with stars Sissy Spacek, Bill Skarsgard, Melanie Lynskey, and Jane Levy. That day will also feature panels for the DC animated shows Young Justice: Outsiders and DC Super Hero Girls. Saturday will feature panels for Unikitty!, Black Lightning, Krypton, Manifest, Legacies, Supergirl, Arrow, Legends of Tomorrow, and The Flash. Sunday will wrap up with panels for Supernatural and Riverdale — the latter in its first-ever Hall H appearance.