A second season of HBO's 'Watchmen' isn't a sure thing and will depend on how audiences respond to season 1
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A second season of HBO’s ‘Watchmen’ isn’t a sure thing and will depend on how audiences respond to season 1

A second season of HBO’s "Watchmen," which debuts October 20, depends on the audience’s reaction, according to series creator Damon Lindelof. Lindelof said during a New York Comic Con panel on Friday that "every mystery and every question" will be resolved by the first season’s end. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more stories . HBO’s first comic-book TV series, "Watchmen," debuts October 20 and it’s already receiving praise after its pilot premiered at New York Comic Con on Friday. But that doesn’t mean creator Damon Lindelof has gotten ahead of himself. Lindelof, who also cocreated "Lost" and HBO’s "The Leftovers," discussed the possibility of a second season of "Watchmen" during a panel at New York Comic Con on Friday. He compared the series to its source material of the same name, the 1986 comic series-turned-graphic novel, about a group of masked vigilantes that are roped into a conspiracy after one of their own is murdered. READ MORE : The creator of HBO’s ‘Watchmen’ says it’s not a superhero series because the characters are ‘just humans who play dress up’ "One of the things that makes the original [comic] perfect is that those issues were well-thought-out, and it was clear […]

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