Lionsgate announced today that the second season of Con Man — the series from Alan Tudyk, Nathan Fillion and PJ Haarsma — will appear exclusively on Comic-Con HQ, the new the new subscription video-on-demand service from Lionsgate and Comic-Con International.
“We are thrilled to be a part of the Comic-Con HQ family,” said Tudyk in a statement. “For a series that was born out of a passion for the genre and support from the fans, we couldn’t think of a better way to connect with our community.”
The second season of the series sees Tudyk return as struggling actor and convention staple Wray Nerely. Fillion will also return as his more successful best friend Jack Moore. Wray will continue his attempts to become an esteemed mainstream leading man, while maintaining the respect of the fans of his short-lived TV series, Spectrum, former co-stars and Jack in the process.
“Comic-Con HQ is all about capturing the spirit of the fan community, and in its own way, so is Con Man, said Seth Laderman, Executive Vice President and General Manager of Comic-Con HQ. “Alan uniquely understands all sides of the fan experience and he’s captured it in such a farcical way that it’s as much parody as it is commentary around the power of fandom.”
The new season will debut later in the year, but the first season of Con Man will be available on Comic-Con HQ in June. The service will begin a beta launch tomorrow in celebration of Free Comic Book Day.
Tudyk also taped a short video announcing Con Man‘s arrival on Comic-Con HQ: