If the ‘Magicians’ Comic-Con Panel is Any Indication, Season 4 is Going to Be Crazy and Lots of Fun [Comic-Con 2018]

/Film | 7/22/2018 | Vanessa Armstrong
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“Can you tell we were drinking tequila in the green room?” showrunner Sera Gamble asked at one point during The Magicians panel at San Diego Comic-Con.

The answer to Gamble’s question was yes, but it was a wonderful thing to see Gamble, her fellow executive producer John McNamara and cast members Jason Ralph, Stella Maeve, Olivia Taylor Dudley, Hale Appleman and Summer Bishil enjoying each other’s company and having a rowdy time on stage. Tequila or no tequila, it was clear that they all genuinely liked each other, and the panel was full of jokes and laughter as they took audience questions and tried to avoid spoiling anything from Season 4.

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Felicia Day joined in the fun as the panel’s moderator, and kicked off the show by introducing a clip that recapped what happened in Season 3. I won’t go into the specifics of the last season here, except to say that it ended on a cliffhanger, with most of the cast’s minds being wiped and given alternative lives and personas. “We have an unspoken rule that at the end of a season of a TV show – just for good luck and hoping you’ll get another season – to just **** everybody as hard as you possibly can,” Gamble said when asked about the end of Season 3.

Gamble and McNamara certainly effed things up for the main characters at the end of last season, and also admitted that they initially weren’t sure where the story would go in the fourth or even if they had a fourth season at all. “That was one of my favorite conversations with the network,” McNamara jokingly explained. When the network asked McNamara what would happen if the show continued, his answer was: “I don’t know. Why don’t you pick the show up?”

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