Comic-Con 2013 has announced its full Sunday line-up of panels and previews, and it's time for the movies to step aside because TV is taking over Hall H on Sunday, July 21. 'Breaking Bad,' 'Doctor Who,' and 'Community' (once again under the rightful control of creator Dan Harmon) are among some of the highlights of Sunday's schedule.

Comic-Con has announced the full July 21 line-up on their website, and it looks like TV is taking over on Sunday, which seems appropriate, given that Sunday nights are dominated by fantastic shows each week on TV. 'LEGO: Legends of Chima,' 'Supernatural,' and CBS newcomer 'Under the Dome' (based on the hit Stephen King novel) are just a few of the shows headlining their own panels.

'Breaking Bad' will also head up a panel in anticipation of its final season, debuting in August. Creator and executive producer Vince Gilligan will lead a panel including stars Bryan Cranston, Aaron Paul, Anna Gunn, Dean Norris (who will also be present for 'Under the Dome'), Betsy Brandt, R.J. Mitte, and Bob Odenkirk. They'll be previewing the final eight episodes of season five and discussing their experiences bringing this wonderful series to an end.

BBC will host a panel for its upcoming 'Doctor Who' 50th anniversary special, with stars Matt Smith and Jenna Coleman, and series showrunner Steven Moffat. The panel will focus on the upcoming special, which precedes the exit of Matt Smith as the current Doctor, making this Smith's last appearance at the Con as Doctor Who for a while, we presume.

And finally, 'Community' fans rejoice! Dan Harmon has returned as showrunner for the upcoming fifth season, and he'll be heading a panel that includes stars Gillian Jacobs, Danny Pudi, Alison Brie, Jim Rash, Yvette Nicole Brown, and Ken Jeong. Chris Hardwick of The Nerdist podcast will moderate the panel, which promises to be quite celebratory.