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Television PopWrapped | Television

Richard Speight Jr. And Rob Benedict Talk New Web Series Kings Of Con

Meghan Harvey | PopWrapped Author

Meghan Harvey

12/20/2016 2:59 pm
PopWrapped | Television
Richard Speight Jr. And Rob Benedict Talk New Web Series Kings Of Con | Kings Of Con
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Kings of Con is Richard Speight, Jr. and Rob Benedict's new web series, which is currently streaming on Comic Con HQ. Kings of Con offers viewers a satirical look behind the scenes of Supernatural conventions.

As someone who has been to a number of cons in my time and who is a huge fan of Supernatural, it may come as a surprise to learn that I have never been to a Supernatural convention -- well, not until this week anyway.

And, for as much as I wanted to be at this convention to bask in the beautiful chaos of the Supernatural fandom, I was there on a mission to see the Kings of Con themselves, Richard Speight Jr. and Rob Benedict.

Despite the hectic schedule of the recent San Francisco convention, we're grateful that Speight and Benedict found a few minutes to give PopWrapped the lowdown about the series.

Trust us when we say that you don’t have to be a Supernatural fan to enjoy Kings Of Con! The timing and chemistry between Speight and Benedict, complimented by superb writing and a hilarious supporting cast (most of whom you will recognize from Supernatural), creates a series that will keep you laughing throughout each episode.

For a sneak peak of the newest episode, check out the clips below.

Rob Wakes Up In Rome, Italy:

 

Rob Gets Advice From Bernie:

For more information, follow the show's Facebook page! Be sure to also follow Kings Of Con, Richard Speight Jr., and Rob Benedict on Twitter.

New episodes of are available each Tuesday on Comic Con HQ!


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