Firefly Reunion Panel SDCC 2012 Film/TV

Watch the Entire Firefly 10th Anniversary Reunion Panel at SDCC 2012

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As the moderator of this fine panel Jeff Jenson so aptly remarks, at this point Firefly needs little introduction regarding it’s significance and importance in television, sci-fi, westerns and fandom.

It is incredibly how the love for this show has only grown over the past ten years, and when Nathan Fillion said he thought it was the worst thing when the show died, but he realized that it really would have been the worst thing would be if it stayed dead. It’s the dedication of the fans, but also the actors, the writers and creator, Joss Whedon’s love and dedication to Firefly, Serenity and the legions of Browncoats who have made this world one where Firefly lives on.

I have to admit, I got a little weepy reading the live-blogs and can’t even express how much I would have loved to be there. Being able to watch this live is certainly confirms that this Firefly reunion was emotional all around.

WATCH: Joss Whedon, Nathan Fillion, Alan Tudyk, Summer Glau, Adam Baldwin, Sean Maher, Tim Minear and Jose Molina together on Firefly’s 10th anniversary at SDCC:

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It’s too bad that Morena Baccarin, Jewel Staite, Gina Torres and Ron Glass couldn’t make it, but the Summer Glau and the boys together at the reunion panel was such a treat.

Here’s a question for all of you: Is Adam Baldwin wearing the same brown coat he wore on Castle?

The Science Channel is shooting a Firefly 10th Anniversary Special entitled “Browncoats Unite” at Comic Con that is set to air on Sunday, November 11 along with an all day Firefly marathon. I can’t wait!

  • BRianincal

    Thank you for posting this. It’s so great to see that after mvoing on to so many other projects that that group still wanted to be together for their fans

  • Saydian

    Aye, firefly was a brief show but as the story behind it lives on ^_^

  • Dr3dd_one

    I never got to see the show before a friend of mine turned me onto it years later.  We just finished watching the DVDs over the last several weekends with a group of friends.  It is stunning how this show never broke big.  The writing and acting were incredible and human.  It felt like Sci-Fi for roleplayers if that makes any sense whatsoever.  All I can say is that I’m glad I got to enjoy them even if stunningly late.  Hopefully Fillon, Joss, Glau, and the others can take the leverage their recent projects have given them and convince a company to give it another shot.  Hopefully in the space between the show’s ending and the movie where Wash and Shepherd are still alive. 

  • BRianincal

    The Calgar4y Comic expo said last year they are trying hard for Nathan Fillion at the 2013 show