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Worst: TV fans suffer as Movie panels can't always pack them in
It's been an issue for a few years, but the horrible TV/movie imbalance in terms of Hall H and the smaller Ballroom 20 peaked this year. While Hall H panels for films such as "Breaking Dawn" weren't even 100% packed and Robert Rodriguez had an hour with less than 1,000 people in the audience, hundreds (and at times thousands) of fans were turned away from TV panels, not only in Ballroom 20, but even smaller venues. The idea that "Community" was kept in the cramped Indigo Ballroom after they easily packed it last year was almost criminal. One HitFix commenter said he lined up at 10:30 for the 1 p.m. panel, and was told by 11:30 that he had no shot at getting in. The fact "Glee," "Supernatural," "Doctor Who" and "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" packed Hall H on Sunday made the situation even more embarrassing for Comic-Con organizers.
[Left, Elizabeth Reaser gets up early to meet fans who waited all night in the Hall H line for "Breaking Dawn" on Thursday.]