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Starz's 'American Gods' Sets April Premiere With New Poster

It’s been some time since we had any significant updates on Bryan Fuller’s Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods, and Shadow Moon is at last rising. Following word of an SXSW premiere, American Gods now sets its official Starz debut for late April, with some fresh key art to boot. Continue reading…

American Gods Finally Gets a Premiere Date at Starz

American Gods, Starz's long-in-the-works adaptation of author Neil Gaiman's epic fantasy novel, finally has a premiere date: Sunday, April 30th. The series is executive-produced by Hannibal mastermind Bryan Fuller, who stepped down from...Show More Summary

Newswire: A leaked set photo shows off some of Star Trek: Discovery’s aliens

CBS and Paramount first set a course for Star Trek: Discovery in November 2015, and though that path hasn’t exactly been smooth—the series lost Bryan Fuller as showrunner a year later—it’s still been a fairly exciting ride. The cast, led by The Walking Dead’s Sonequa Martin Green, looks very promising. Show More Summary

‘Westworld’ Co-Creator Lisa Joy Signs With WME

Writer Lisa Joy, co-creator/executive producer and co-showrunner of the breakout HBO drama series Westworld, has signed with WME. Joy started her writing career on Bryan Fuller’s cult ABC dramedy Pushing Daisies, sharing in the show’s WGA Award nomination. Show More Summary

You Are What You Eat: How Hannibal Brought Cannibalism Back to Pop Culture’s Dinner Table

Over twenty years after Silence of the Lambs, Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal brought a much needed revival to the representation of cannibals. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »

Newswire: Neil Gaiman’s American Gods comes to comics in this exclusive preview

Neil Gaiman’s American Gods is about to make the leap to television in a new prestige drama from Starz and executive producer Bryan Fuller, so it’s the perfect time for the 2001 novel to get its first comics adaptation. Dark Horse Comics...Show More Summary

Neil Gaiman and Terry Pratchett’s Good Omens Gets a TV Show

Truly, the Neil Gaiman-aissance is upon us. The beloved English fantasist and Jew-fro icon already will see one of his books American Gods come to life this year in an acclaimed Starz adaptation helmed by Bryan Fuller, and Amazon just announced that it's planning to adapt Good Omens, the hit 1990 novel ... More »

Hannibal's Hugh Dancy Is Hungry for Season 4, but Don't Hold Your Breath

Though Hannibal, the TV show about fiction's most iconic cannibal, ended its run in August of 2015, showrunner Bryan Fuller has kept fans' hopes alive for a reboot of the series. Back in October, 2016, Fuller commented that he could officially start planning Season 4 of his critically acclaimed... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Hannibal Hugh Dancy The Path

Bryan Fuller Still Wants the ‘Hannibal’ Cast to Take on ‘The Silence of the Lambs’

2 months agoEntertainment / Film : SlashFilm

There has never been another television show quite like Hannibal, which redefined what a horror television show could look and feel like across three grand, glorious, and gory seasons. But even the show’s most ardent fans must have realized...Show More Summary

American Gods: The Devil and God’s Place in Modern America

Bryan Fuller’s American Gods is set to bring a battle for America’s faith to the small screen. Continue reading on Film School Rejects »

Bryan Fuller Wants to Resurrect “Hannibal” With ‘Silence of the Lambs’ Miniseries

NBC’s “Hannibal” was too good for this world. But all hope isn’t lost. Believe it or not, it’s already been a year and a half since the plug was pulled and the final episode of “Hannibal” aired on NBC. Unfortunately, we only got three seasons of the exceptional television series before the low ratings caused […]

Hannibal's Bryan Fuller wants to make a Silence of the Lambs mini-series

With the NBC television series Hannibal, executive producer/showrunner Bryan Fuller spent three seasons delving into the characters and worlds created by author Thomas Harris in the pages of his novels Red Dragon, Hannibal, and Hannibal Rising - all of which were previously turned into feature films, Red Dragon twice. Show More Summary

Hannibal’s Bryan Fuller Still Wants to Tell Silence of the Lambs Arc

The showrunner of the canceled cult drama raises the idea of "Hannibal" continuing as a series of "irregular" miniseries. The post Hannibal’s Bryan Fuller Still Wants to Tell Silence of the Lambs Arc appeared first on CBR.com.

Bryan Fuller Says He’s Trying to Cook Up a Silence of the Lambs Mini-Series to Follow Hannibal

They might honestly run out of kinds of food before they exhaust all the narrative possibilities inherent in Hannibal Lecter. "Episode 900: Um, Just An Egg Salad Sandwich Or Something? Maybe It Has Eyeballs In it?" Ever since NBC canceled Hannibal last summer, Fannibals have been slavering to see more ... More »

New Photo From Starz’s American Gods Introduces All-New Character Not In Neil Gaiman’s Original Novel

2 months agoHumor / odd : Geekosystem

Something we have to look forward to in 2017 (other than it not being 2016) is the arrival of Bryan Fuller's American Gods on Starz. Fans of the Neil Gaiman novel are looking forward to seeing their favorite characters brought to life, and non-fans are glad they now don't have to read nearly 800 non-Harry-Potter pages to see what the fuss is about. Show More Summary

How Bryan Fuller Wants Hannibal To Come Back

NBC cancelled the psychological horror series Hannibal back in 2015, to the dismay of fans everywhere. Now, the showrunner has an idea of how he'd like to bring the show back.

Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller talks season 4 and tackling Silence of the Lambs

It may have achieved a cult following, but Hannibal seemingly bit off more than it could chew and was abruptly cancelled last year

Star Trek: Discovery Casts The Walking Dead’s Sonequa Martin-Green as Its Star

Although Bryan Fuller is no longer involved with the CBS All Access spinoff Star Trek: Discovery, his promise that the series would have a woman of color as its protagonist has been fulfilled. Although it has not been officially announced, numerous publications are reporting that The Walking Dead’s Sonequa Martin-Green has been cast in the lead role. Show More Summary

Newswire: Star Trek: Discovery beams up some Klingons

Despite Bryan Fuller’s decreased participation, Star Trek: Discovery keeps chugging along. Deadline reports the series has just added some of the “many aliens” Fuller promised would populate the starships and warships we’ll see jetting around Federation space. Show More Summary

Fuller Teases Discovery

3 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : TrekToday

Although he is no longer working on Star Trek: Discovery fulltime, Bryan Fuller summed up the new series in three words. “I...

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