Yet another San Diego Comic-Con has come and gone.
But while this annual event may be over, the ramifications of the announcements made by various TV shows will be felt well into the fall.
Scroll down for a look at the biggest bombshells dropped from the world of television, from shocking casting announcements to unexpected renewals and more...
The End of The Originals
We already knew The Originals would jump way ahead on Season 5. But now we know it will also go off the air after Season 5.
We already knew this. But now we have the above first look!
Super Casting News!
Calista Flockhart will return to Supergirl for a number of Season 3 episodes. We'll see her on the premiere.
We doubt it. But watch the first trailer for The Walking Dead Season 8 above and try to make sense of it.
... "Cult." Check out the first teaser now.
Legion Casts Its Villain
Season 2 of this FX drama will be comprised of 10 episodes, while Saïd Taghmaoui has been cast as Amahl Farouk (aka the Shadow King), the villain set to haunt David and company.
An iZombie Promotion
Robert Knepper has been promoted to a series regular ahead of Season 4, with creator Rob Thomas telling fans in San Diego: "Angus is going to get out of the well, and he’s going to be up to no good, and he’s going to have some very hardcore pro-zombie people on his side."
One Revelation from The 100
The 100 executive producer, Jason Rothenberg, solved one of the show's season finale mysteries right away, saying the prison ship we saw on screen is "from Earth" and adding: "They’re from before the first apocalypse. They were in hyper-sleep for 100 years. They’ve come back to this planet that they don’t recognize. All that’s left is this Garden of Eden that Clarke’s been living in with her daughter."
Ready to Strike Again
Despite tepid reviews, Marvel's Iron Fist was renewed by Netflix for a season season.
Once Upon a Time...
... a certain ABC drama shook nearly everything up for Season 7. We now know that Dania Ramirez will be playing Cinderella, while the series will tackle a major LGBT storyline this fall. Also: Mekia Cox has been tapped as Princess Tiana, Adelaide Kane will be playing a step sister named Drizella and Rose Reynolds will portray a new take on Alice.
The Fate of Fred
Producer Roberto Aguirre-Sacasa came right out and offered up one nugget about the Season 2 opener: ""We're going to find out Fred's ultimate fate at the end of the premiere. The first episode is basically Archie, the gang, all the town sitting and waiting to find out what's going to happen with Fred."
It's a Bird, It's a Plane, It's...
... Tom Welling joining the cast of Lucifer Season 3 in his first major role since Smallvile on The CW.
Lost, But Soon to Be Found on The CW
Michael Emerson (Lost, Person of Interest) will join Arrow Season 6 in a mysterious role... that has us crazy excited!
The Flash Casting News:
Neil Sandilands will play The Thinker, the main villain on Season 4, while Danny Trejo will board the hit series as Earth-19 bounty hunter Breacher.
Supernatural to Spinoff?
Quite possibly. There will be a backdoor pilot next season in hopes of creating a series titled "Wayward Sisters" and it will star Briana Buckmaster, Kathryn Newton, and Katherine Ramdeen alongside Supernatural veteran Kim Rhodes.
Another Lost Alum is Returning!
Elizabeth Mitchell, forever beloved for her role on Lost, will recur on Season 3 of The Expanse.
Teen Wolf to Meet Gotham
Crystal Reed will portray Sofia Falcone on Gotham Season 4, the strong, intelligent and calculating daughter of Don Falcone. Having run the family’s business in the south over the last decade, she returns to Gotham to help Gordon take down Penguin.
Ready to Strike on Black Lightning
James Remar and Damon Gupton have joined Netflix’s Black Lightning as series regulars; the former as the oldest friend of Jefferson Pierce/Black Lightning and the latter as a veteran detective named Inspector Henderson.
She'll Be Back!
Wynonna Earp was for Season 3 by Syfy. "Fans have been passionately embracing Wynonna Earp since its debut,” IDW Entertainment President David Ozer said in a statement. “Syfy recognized that passion and when coupled with superior writing, acting, directing and production values, saw that Wynonna Earp was more than just a distinctly unique television series. We're thrilled to continue our partnership with Syfy and look forward to another fun season of incredible entertainment with the cast and crew of Wynonna Earp."