Could Wray Nerely or SHIELD Win An Emmy?

The Emmys brought good news for fans of Alan Tudyk’s “Con Man” and an online spinoff of “Agents of SHIELD”

Con Man Wraps Up Season 2

The second season finale of Con Man aired this week, as Wray appears at a con which winds up being a battle over the role he wants in “Doctor Cop Lawyer”.

Of Queens, Mice and Men

As the new year opened, sci-fi fans got to see some of their favorites in new roles. Jenna Coleman from Doctor Who takes on the role of Queen Victoria while Con Man resumed with Wray in an unusual musical.

Recap: Con Man Returns

Season two of Con Man with Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion began this week, as Wray is trying to get out of sci-fi and his friend Jack is trying to pull him back in with a movie version of “Spectrum”.

SDCC 2016: Nerd HQ’s Con Man Panel

The cast of “Con Man” dropped by Nerd HQ at the New Children’s Museum.

Con Man, Episodes 11-13

The final episodes of Con Man, with Alan Tudyk, put Wray Nerely’s story in full circle. It seems that no matter what he does, he can’t escape the one thing that has defined his life, Spectrum. That’s bad news for him, but not for the thousands of people who backed this very funny web series. […]

Con Man Episodes 8-10

This week’s Con Man episodes on Vimeo can be described as one of Wray Nerely’s worst days. He is fired from a video game, forced to fill in for someone at a comic book opening and information from his past almost gets him clobbered.

Con Man, Episodes 5-7

The latest episodes of Con Man feature Wray at another con, where he deals with dolls, especially his own action figure, and tries to connect with a gal played by Tricia Helfer. Also, look for some surprising cameos.

Con Man 1.01-04 on Vimeo

On the 10th anniversary of Serenity, Alan Tudyk releases his new web series, “Con Man,” about a guy who used to be in a short-lived TV show and now goes to cons to meet his fans. However, he’s hoping for his next big role.

Con Man Takes Hall H At Comic-Con

A web comedy about a guy who was on “that show that got cancelled too soon” will be featured at Hall H at Comic-Con. Alan Tudyk and Nathan Fillion will be heading this very popular panel.