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One show not on the pickup list for now: Glee. The comedy/musical is expected to return for a fifth season, but negotiations between Fox and its studio are still ongoing.

If The Following just isn’t enough for you, The CW’s got a show called Cult premiering in February. Creepy!

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Three Edgar Allen Poe heads showed up in our office today. We’re not sure which is the creepiest. 

Despite this ‘The Following’ is a good show.

We got those too! They are terrifying and reportedly hard to breathe in, though we can’t vouch for that because we were too scared to try one on.

Is it just us, or is the key art for Kevin Williamson’s upcoming series The Following strikingly gorgeous?

We are all over Comic-Con like spandex bodysuits on superheroes.

Our EW.com home page got a special makeover for Comic-Con, which kicked off with a preview night Wednesday.

Fans are the heart of the annual San Diego event, so when it came time to evaluate the latest television offerings, we asked folks on the scene to tell us their thoughts.

Did the crowd love Arrow?

What was the response to 666 Park like?

Who stuck around to watch The Following?

Are any of you at Comic-Con right now? What are you ranting or raving about?

Edgar Allen Poe has major swag.

Or rather, you can snag some swag based on Edgar Allen Poe’s work if you’re at Comic-Con this week.

To promote the upcoming debut of midseason thriller The Following — which features a serial killer obsessed with Poe’s work — Fox is giving away a shirt with “The Raven” scribbled all over it.

Head on over to EW.com to find out where you can snag it and when the show’s creators and stars will be signing autographs.

(The trailer for The Following is there, too, in case you have no idea what we’re talking about.)

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