Like aspirin for the post-Comic-Con hangover comes the summer TCA press tour. For a second consecutive year, TCA starts just a day after the end of the sci-fi convention. There will be a slew of panels for shows that will be repeats of those held in San Diego over the past few days: Dr. Who, Grimm, Once Upon a Time, The River, Charlie’s Angels, Ringer, Terra Nova, True Blood, Spartacus: Vengeance, Homeland, Beavis and Butthead. Bob Greenblatt will make his TCA debut as NBC chairman, and new CW president Mark Pedowitz will take the TCA stage for the first time. Also making its TCA debut — gmc (form. Gospel Music Channel), “a channel for uplifting music and family entertainment”, which will have as much presence as cable heavyweights like AMC or Lifetime. Deadline will be there to document all TCA highlights (and lowlights). Here is the schedule:

Tuesday, July 26
Studio Day

Cable, July 27-29
Wednesday, July 27
The Weather Channel, ESPN, Hallmark, History & Lifetime, gmc, cocktails by Univision, Playboy TV evening event at the Playboy mansion

Thursday, July 28
AMC, BBC America, National Geographic, HBO, Evening Event hosted by BBC America

Friday, July 29
Discovery Networks & OWN, Starz/Encore, MTV Networks, followed by MTVN cocktail party, Sundance Channel dinner

Saturday-Sunday, July 30-31
PBS

Aug. 1-2: NBCUniversal
Aug. 1
NBC, NBCU All-Star party

Aug. 2
USA, Syfy, Bravo, Oxygen, Telemundo

Aug. 3-4: CBS Corp
Aug. 3
CBS, CBS/CW/Showtime Stars party

Aug. 4
Showtime, CW

Aug. 5
Fox, Fox All-Star party

Aug. 6
FX, followed by TCA business meeting, TCA Awards

Aug. 7-8: ABC/ABC Family