Sexy '666 Park Avenue' Makes NY Comic Con Debut (Video)

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October 14th, 2012

via press release:

SEXY 666 Park Avenue MAKES NEW YORK COMIC CON DEBUT

 

 

NEW YORK (October 14, 2012) — Residents of television’s most mysterious address — 666 Park Avenue — were out in full force at New York Comic Con on Sunday, October 14, as the stars — including Terry O’Quinn (Lost) and Vanessa Williams (Desperate Housewives) — and executive producers of the seductive and spooky series checked in to the East Coast’s biggest pop culture convention.

 

For those who couldn’t make it to NYCC, we have a special treat: the exclusive highlight reel prepared specifically for the convention. Check it out below.

 
  • S.

    This press release is like poking a corpse. Really, ABC?

  • Tom

    I’m surprised 666 Park isn’t doing better against a predictable procedural like the Mentalist. Last week’s episode was fairly interesting, but this show needs more time to evolve. Terry O’Quinn is great. Once the husband gets corrupted by his surroundings, things should get a lot more interesting.

  • Gavin

    What a fantastic trailer, I’ve been watching this show since it began and its first 2 episodes have been amazing, I really hope viewers pick up on this show.

  • Match

    I’m a fan of 666 PA but i don’t find it as sexy and seductive, i find it more spooky.

  • ron

    i saw the 2 episodes so far it good not great but good i can see a future of the series and i hope it gets full season it`s interesting to see WTF is terry and what does he want from henrry and why that girl can see dead peopel and other stuff :s

  • Jp

    This show needs a chance. I suspect the upcoming episodes will get darker with more suspense. I find it way more interesting than Last Resort. Bad time slot is killing it….. Maybe this extended trailer could bring more people in if they showed it during Modern Family or DWTS?

  • Babygate

    I think this show is good. It’s not great. But it’s good. It’s intriguing. And honestly, just having Terry O’Quinn there just sells it for me. He is phenomenal. But that name! I’ve read comments before where people said they were turned off by the ’666′ and never tuned in. ABC should now that if they go the route of promoting a show with the mark of the devil on the title it will attract only a very specific audience. It’s the same thing they did with Cougartown. Horrible name and the show was never able to get over it. It has a small faithful fan-base but really, the name is horrible.

  • ronnie

    if u love america horror story, u will definitely love this.pls watch this show.it is very well made and thrilling.if u dont watch it,it will be replaced by some kind of awful midseason crap.this is really good.trust me.u are gonna love it.this amazing show doesnt deserve to be cancelled.

  • HotLatino4GayMarriage

    I like it but why are the promoting i as sexy, I don’t find it sexy at all. A sexy show is Sex and the City, anyways, I know it’s gonna get canceled so I’m gonna enjoy the episodes that air, poor Rachel, Charlie’s Angels and now this?

  • PartyofOne

    I watch Park Avenue because of Vanessa Williams, yet the focus is on unknowns, and by that I mean unknown compared to giants like Vanessa and Terry O’Quinn. I’d never heard of the leads except for comments online stating what other (failed) shows they’re from. The lead’s claim to fame is a flop and they make her the focus? Strike 1. Well, no, strike 1 is the title as Babygate stated. I can’t even comfortably promote this show on Facebook with that title.

    Hopefully Vanessa can jump this ship as soon as her contract will allow OR somehow it makes it after all and becomes a place for her to show dramatic range as she did in last week’s episode. Either way, I’m not personally feeling this show for her. I’d rather see her on “Nashville,” “Once,” “Revenge” or her OWN show, movie, Broadway…in studio. Anywhere. Vanessa doesn’t need to be on this flop-o-nobodies. She’s too talented and A-list in my opinion.

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