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Predictably, nerds went bonkers over the news that Starz is developing a TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman's best-selling prose novel, American Gods, to be helmed by Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller and Heroes scribe Michael Green. "Holy hell," io9.com declared. "We are freaking out." "Everything is good and right with the world... More »
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Starz and Fremantle Media are teaming up to create a television series adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods. According to the A.V. Club, Heroes screenwriter Bryan Fuller will pen the pilot script and Smallville producer Michael Green will take on the showrunner position. Show More Summary
At one time it seemed a possibility that an adaptation of Neil Gaiman's "American Gods" would happen at HBO, but that project never came to fruition at the cable giant. But it's hard to keep an angry god down as itShow More Summary
AmericanGods,NeilGaiman’sbelovednovelaboutdeitiesfightingeachother,hasbeenknockingaroundHollywoodforquiteawhile.Butit’sanotablydifficultbook forscreenwriterstocrack,whichhasmeantadecadeofdevelopmenthell.SoStarzdecidedtostopmessingarShow More Summary
HANNIBAL Mastermind Bryan Fuller Developing Neil Gaiman’s AMERICAN GODS For Starz!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Neil Gaiman’s 2001 novel is about (shades of “Game of Thrones”!) the old gods and the new gods (Sex and...Show More Summary
Starz is turning Neil Gaiman's 'American Gods' novel into a series, from showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green.
A TV series is once again in development based on the Neil Gaiman novel American Gods. The story, which tells of a conflict between two factions of gods, old and new, and the man named Shadow who is caught in the middle, was previously in development at HBO. Show More Summary
Starz is developing an adaptation of American Gods from Hannibal's Bryan Fuller, the network announced Tuesday. Based on the 2001 novel from Neil Gaiman, the drama tells the story of... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Deadliest Catch Michael Green Heroes Bryan Fuller Neil Gaiman Hannibal
Holy hell—Bryan Fuller is going to bring Neil Gaiman's American Gods to television. We are freaking out. Read more...
American Gods is now in development at Starz, the network announced today, with Hannibal's Bryan Fuller and Kings's Michael Green onboard to write the pilot; Green will also serve as the series' show runner. Neil Gaiman's beloved 2001 book was in development at HBO for what felt like forever, though... More »
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Starz has proven its eternal worth by announcing a script to series order for Neil Gaiman's masterful 2001 novel American Gods, with none other than Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller penning the script, and Michael Green (Green Lantern, Kings) serving as showrunner.Click To Continue Reading
A TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman's novel "American Gods" has new life thanks to Starz -- and it's hired a couple of big-name writers to bring it to the screen.The book, about a pending battle between the mythological Old Gods and new gods created by Americans' love of money, media and technology, had been in development at HBO. Show More Summary
American Gods never made it to HBO but the popular Neil Gaiman book may have found a new life elsewhere. Bryan Fuller… Read More
Here’s where we left the American Gods TV show: HBO was going to do it, but then didn’t, because reasons. FremantleMedia picked up the slack and started developing their own version, but with no network attached. And here’s where are are now: Starz picked it up. Show More Summary
After a long, long road, Neil Gaiman's bestselling 2001 novel American Gods might finally be headed to the small screen. Starz has announced that they're currently developing American Gods as a TV series, with Bryan Fuller (Hannibal) and Michael Green (King) serving as co-showrunners. Show More Summary
FremantleMedia has tapped Bryan Fuller and Michael Green as showrunners for the Starz Network adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s "American Gods."
Starz will develop an adaptation of FremantleMedia North America’s Neil Gaiman urban fantasy novel American Gods. Both Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller and The River and Heroes executive producer Michael Green will write the pilot and showrun the series. Show More Summary