Bryan Fuller's vision for Star Trek: Discovery would've been something the franchise had never seen before.
Original showrunner Bryan Fuller brought this "Pushing Daisies" and "Wonderfalls" tradition to Star Trek.
In this edition of TV Bits: Amazon reveals the first Lore trailer. An It actor joins the cast of Locke & Key. Netflix has developed its own strains of weed. The truth behind Bryan Fuller parting with Star Trek: Discovery. And more! Actor...Show More Summary
Plus details on the show's costs and future plans along with quotes from Discovery stars
Although cancelled two years ago, Hannibal may be getting a fourth season; showrunner Bryan Fuller says talks are officially underway to revive the show. The post Hannibal: Fuller Says ‘Conversations’ Are Underway for Revival appeared first on CBR.
"Conversations" have started.
For three seasons, NBC aired the show Hannibal, a series created by Bryan Fuller and based on the works of author Thomas Harris - novels that had previously served as the basis of the films MANHUNTER, THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, HANNIBAL, RED DRAGON, and HANNIBAL RISING. Show More Summary
Loyal fans of Hannibal will be happy to hear that the revival of the NBC canceled series is coming closer to reality. Executive producers of the show Martha De Laurentiis and Bryan Fuller took to Twitter and posted a photo of the two...Show More Summary
Hannibal Season 4 is finally in the works. Maybe. Following his pitch meeting with co-stars Hugh Dancy and Mads Mikkelson, Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller is now brainstorming ideas for a fourth season with executive producer Martha De Laurentiis. Fuller had previously teased that he was planning to... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Hannibal Bryan Fuller
Conversations have started concerning a fourth season of Hannibal.
Like the rest of us Fannibals, Bryan Fuller is eager to bring Hannibal back from its watery grave. The former Hannibal showrunner has confirmed that “conversations” have begun around reviving Hannibal for a potential fourth season after NBC canceled the series after its third season in 2015. Show More Summary
Here we go again. Back in 2012, HANNIBAL showrunner Bryan Fuller wrote a pilot called MOCKINGBIRD LANE which was to be a star-studded, big-budget of THE MUNSTERS. The pilot was directed by Bryan Singer and starred the likes of JerryShow More Summary
Second time’s a charm? NBC and Bryan Fuller attempted to re-animate popular sitcom “The Munsters” back in 2012 with “Mockingbird Lane,” a planned TV series that amounted to nothing more than a one-hour Halloween special. But they’re trying again, Deadline reports tonight. The network is rebooting “The Munsters” once more as a half-hour, single-camera sitcom […]
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All Photos Courtesy Simon & Schuster Bryan Fuller may no longer be involved in CBS' Star Trek. Discovery, but his legacy in building the series can still be found, even in the most unexpected ways. This includes the topic of its first tie-in novel. More »
"I feel him in a lot of these characters," showrunner Aaron Harberts says of his former producing partner he replaced on the CBS All Access drama. read more
Bryan Fuller met the Television Critics Association last summer to talk about his plans for Star Trek: Discovery, but then left the show to focus on his Starz series American Gods. Today, CBS All Access presented a full panel with Discovery’s cast and producers, which revealed two significant elements that remain from Fuller. Show More Summary
Refresh for updates Off the bat at today’s TCA session, Star Trek Discovery EP Alex Kurtzman answered questions before they were ask, specifically why the show’s airdate was delayed from January to Sept. 24. “Bryan (Fuller) and I were...Show More Summary
On the /Film Daily podcast for August 1, 2017, Peter Sciretta is joined by Hoai-Tran Bui, Jacob Hall and Ben Pearson to talk about the worst reviewed movies of 2017, the effect of Rotten Tomatoes, Bryan Fuller’s original plan for Star...Show More Summary
Star Trek: Discovery might have truly and boldly gone beyond what any Star Trek series had done before, if original showrunner Bryan Fuller were still at the helm. Fuller, a passionate Trekkie who was long attached to the project before...Show More Summary