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Sunday, February 14 • 11:00am - 12:00pm
SF Television: The Year in Review

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Our annual panel discussion about the best and worst of science fiction and fantasy TV on network and cable television, and now even streaming to a mobile device near you.

Guests
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Travis Richey

Actor, Inspector Spacetime
Travis Richey is an actor/writer living in Hollywood, CA. He has recently appeared on TV in FOX's Sons of Tucson, NBC's The Event, and Lifetime's Seriously Funny Kids. He is also recurring on ABC Family's "Pretty Little Liars" as Harold Crane, and on NBC's "Community" as Inspector Spacetime, a role that launched him into the spotlight of Doctor Who fans. | | Travis had previously achieved international acclaim as the creator of several web... Read More →

Panelists
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Robin Burks

Journalist, Tech Times T-Lounge
Robin Burks is a journalist for TechTimes T-Lounge, as well as the author of The Alex Grosjean Adventures series. An internet addict, she can often be found on Facebook, Twitter and Google+. Robin loves to read , act, sing, play video games and travel. | | Robin currently lives in Missouri with her five cats.
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Derek McCaw

Editor-in-Chief, Fanboy Planet
I have run Fanboy Planet, a website and eventually podcast covering comics, movies, and TV, for over 16 years. I occasionally write comics -- The Greatest American Hero revival for Arcana, Bela Lugosi's Tales from the Grave from Monsterverse Comics and I have a book coming out in December from Overlook Press about the making of Flesh Gordon.
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Jason Snell

Podcaster/Writer, The Incomparable/Six Colors
Writer, editor, and podcaster. Writes at Six Colors, podcasts for The Incomparable and Relay FM. Macworld columnist and former editor in chief.

Sunday February 14, 2016 11:00am - 12:00pm
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