By James Hibberd
June 07, 2012 at 05:38 PM EDT

It’s that time again. Studios are starting to announce which shows are going to Comic-Con.

Warner Bros. always has a strong presence at the annual fan convention and it looks like this year is no exception. The studio just announced its list of panels, and there’s a lot of new shows making their way to San Diego.

Here’s who’s definitely having a panel next month: The Big Bang Theory, Fringe, Nikita, Person of Interest, Supernatural, The Vampire Diaries, 666 Park Avenue, Arrow, Cult, The Following, Revolution, Childrens Hospital, DC Nation and MAD. Fringe and Big Bang are getting a promotion this year. They’re both moving to the convention center’s largest room, the cavernous Hall H, a location that has previously has only housed a few TV shows, such as Lost.

Expect new shows like 666 and Arrow to have screenings in addition to panels. (I’ve seen all the pilots this year and Arrow and Revolution are particularly strong. And 666? Surprisingly not bad — better than its trailer).