Finding great success in the eyes of fans with the first season of ‘Con Man,’ Alan Tudyk and company will be back for another season of convention-related hijinks, and today we finally get our first look at the Season 2 trailer of the show!

First premiered at San Diego Comic Con – a move that particularly makes sense, seeing as how the show has its broadcast home on the company’s proprietary streaming network, Comic-Con HQ – the trailer is a fun nod to what has come before in the series, as well as an indication that fans can look forward to more of the same comedic misadventures from pop-culture convention settings in the next run of episodes.

As Tudyk himself explained to fans at the SDCC panel, “There are so many more things to write about – ‘This is the only place that would happen.’ Events you want to exploit for comedy because the stakes are so high and magic can happen [at conventions].”

The season will also, oddly enough, feature Tudyk’s character, Wray Nerely, being cast in a musical version of John Steinbeck’s classic tale ‘Of Mice and Men,’ an idea that spawned out of a conversation Tudyk had with fellow frequent convention guest Lou Ferrigno.  Tudyk told the SDCC audience that Ferrigno will star on the show to play Lenny in the musical: “That one little [conversation] spawned all of that craziness.  There’s no one else who could have done it – without Lou, it doesn’t happen.”

‘Con Man’ Season 2 will premiere on Comic-Con HQ in November 2016.

Con Man centers on the post-show life of Wray Nerely (Alan Tudyk) the co-star of “Spectrum,” a sci-fi series, which was canceled before its time and went on to become a cult classic beloved by fans. Wray’s good friend, Jack Moore (Nathan Fillion) starred as the series Captain and has gone on to become a major celebrity, while Wray (Tudyk) hasn’t found his desired level of stardom. Wray is the begrudging guest of sci-fi conventions, comic book store appearances, and different pop culture events; however, everything is not as it seems from the outside. The series will explore these events and all the weird and crazy things that happen to them along the way.

Source: LA Times

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