That Firefly reunion will also be on TV
Firefly will still not be on TV
Should you be unable to attend the upcoming Firefly reunion panel at this year's Comic-Con—which you can probably determine by answering the question, "Am I already in line right now?"—you'll soon have another way to experience it, besides shitty videos on YouTube. The Entertainment Weekly-moderated Q&A will be filmed as part of the one-hour Science Channel special Browncoats Unite, which will air on Nov. 11 and promises to delve into "burning fan questions" about Firefly—questions such as "Where's Firefly?" and others that mean things to people besides A.V. Club commenters. As previously reported, the panel will include appearances from Joss Whedon, Nathan Fillion, Adam Baldwin, Alan Tudyk, Summer Glau, Tim Minear, and writer Jose Molina, who will also participate in a post-panel roundtable to be filmed exclusively for the special that "promises to unearth defining memories and first-person accounts of making the show from both sides of the camera," plus behind-the-scenes stories such as the time Nathan Fillion hired Adam Baldwin as his bodyguard to defend him against Matt Dillon, until Baldwin showed Fillion that he only needed the courage to defend himself.