During the Starz appearance at the Television Critics Association (TCA), the network understandably received a number of questions about the future of American Gods.
Gay author Christopher Rice is also adapting his mother's novels.
Too busy to keep up on all things geeky this week? We’ve got you covered with the trailers, merch, and news coming out of the week that was! The Vampire Chronicles TV show gets Bryan Fuller to help with the pilot When Anne Rice revealed...Show More Summary
After the exit of showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green - as well as habitual scene-stealer Gillian Anderson - the future of American Gods is uncertain. But the man in charge of the Starz television network has just said the one thing that should help fans keep hope alive. American Gods author Neil Gaiman will be a lot more involved with the upcoming season. More »
At Starz’s Television Critics Association panel today, CEO Chris Albrecht announced that Neil Gaiman, American Gods author, would step in as showrunner of the network’s TV adaptation following the departures of Bryan Fuller and Michael Green. “Neil Gaiman will be moving into a more traditional showrunner function,” Albrecht said at ... More »
Starz CEO Chris Albrecht spoke to the Television Critics Association on Friday. When asked about the departures of American Gods showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green, and cast member Gillian Anderson, who played the god Media, Albrecht said author Neil Gaiman, who wrote the novel that the show is based upon, would be promoted to showrunner. Show More Summary
Starz's big-budget drama American Gods has been making headlines in the past couple of months with the surprise exit of the masterminds behind the genre series, executive producers/showrunners Michael Green and Bryan Fuller, who created the adaptation of Neil Gaiman's 2001 award-winning novel. Show More Summary
American Gods Season 2 halted in its tracks late last year when it was announced that executive producers Bryan Fuller and Michael Green were leaving the series. Now Starz is clarifying that the producers aren't leaving completely, but roles are shifting in the visual epic. Show More Summary
Chris Albrecht says that former showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green will still be "involved as much as they can be." read more
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Notable blood-thirster Bryan Fuller is working on the pilot for Paramount's new series based on Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles books, and there are hopes he'll stay on the show for good. More »
Back in the 1990s, Anne Rice’s novel, Interview with the Vampire was adapted for the big screen. It had great performances from Brad Pitt, Tom Cruise, and a huge breakout one from a young Kirsten Dunst. In the years since then, Hollywood has tried to adapt this entire franchise, and vampires have since fallen in […]
Six weeks after exiting his showrunner gig on Starz’s American Godz, Bryan Fuller is back in the genre game. The veteran writer-producer has boarded The Vampire Chronicles, an adaptation of Anne Rice’s novel from Paramount Television...Show More Summary
The creative mind behind Pushing Daisies, Hannibal, American Gods and a good chunk of Star Trek: Discovery is working on bringing Anne Rice's literary vamps to the small screen.
TV has been a sad place for vampires lately, with The Vampire Diaries and The Originals both coming to a close on The CW and Midnight, Texas failing to take a bite out of audiences like NBC expected. That could all change soon though, since Bryan Fuller is currently developing Anne Rice's Vampire... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Bryan Fuller
The last we heard on Anne Rice's new go at THE VAMPIRE CHRONICLES was when the author asked fans who they think should play the vampire Lestat in a new version. But that was way back in July and since then all has been (mostly) quiet on the Lestat and Co. Show More Summary
Bryan Fuller just went and got himself attached to another TV series, and this time, the pairing is perfect. Fuller is now on board the upcoming Vampire Chronicles TV series, adapted from the books of Anne Rice. Fuller’s Hannibal was...Show More Summary
For those who maybe missed the big news last year, Paramount Television and Anonymous Content have optioned the rights to 11 books from Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles series, of course led by Lestat de Lioncourt. Rice herself has been tapped to executive produce, with son Christopher Rice serving as writer and exec producer. What’s the latest? […]
Oh boy, is this a match made in heaven. Or hell. Whichever’s coolest. Read more...
“She is one of the most dedicated and focused human beings I have ever met.” – Bryan Fuller Like “Hannibal” creator Bryan Fuller, who spoke at the ceremony, we’re not sure why it took so long for Gillian Anderson to get a star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, but we’re incredibly happy that the wait […]