Bryan Fuller compares himself to Jean-Luc Picard handing over his captain's duties.
Sorry Star Trek fans. It appears that your next trip to boldly go where no man has gone before will be delayed. Star Trek: Discovery the new show in the fan-beloved series set to debut on CBS All Access in May 2017, pushed back from its original January 2017 scheduled debut has now hit another […]
Bryan Fuller will no longer be in charge of CBS All Access Star Trek TV Series, having stepped down as the digital series showrunner. While the news is expected to send shivers among the show’s loyal fans, it does not mean that he is quitting altogether. Show More Summary
PEPPER DENNIS Creators Succeed Bryan Fuller As New STAR TREK: DISCOVERY Showrunners!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts, who wrote three episodes of Bryan Fuller’s “Wonderfalls” and three...Show More Summary
The guy we need has too much on his plate at the moment. Read more...
Bryan Fuller will not venture into the final frontier as the show runner for “Star Trek: Discovery,” CBS has announced. “We are extremely happy with the creative direction of ‘Star Trek: Discovery’ and the strong foundation that Bryan Fuller has helped us create for the series. Due to Bryan’s other...
Well, damn. All the way back in February, we learned that Bryan Fuller would helm CBS' new Star Trek: Discovery show. The fact that it wasn't even going to air until next year, or even the news that it...
Star Trek's passionate fans were understandably nervous when CBS announced it was giving the franchise a reboot with Star Trek: Discovery, but their fears were steadied by the fact that Bryan Fuller was on board to serve as showrunner. Fuller, who captained Hannibal and Pushing Daisies, had the geek... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Star Trek: Discovery Bryan Fuller
After coming on board the new CBS All Access series Star Trek: Discovery as showrunner in February, The Hollywood Reporter says today that Bryan Fuller will no longer be heading up the show. A statement released by CBS Television Studios praised Fuller’s contributions to the show, and explained that he ... More »
Production should begin next month as Akiva Goldsman joins the creative team The post Bryan Fuller Will Not Be the Star Trek: Discovery Showrunner After All appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Just a month before Star Trek: Discovery is set to embark on its maiden voyage and begin filming, its captain is stepping down from his spot at the show’s helm. Variety reports that executive producer Bryan Fuller has given up his role as the new series’ showrunner, handing the reins to existing producers Gretchen Berg and Aaron Harberts. Show More Summary
The CBS All Access digital series, which was delayed from January to May, will be captained by someone else. read more
Hannibal and Six Feet Under's Bryan Fuller is stepping back from his showrunner role on the upcoming Star Trek TV series, though he will still serve as executive producer. The post Bryan Fuller No Longer Showrunner of Star Trek: Discovery appeared first on CBR.com.
Image via CBS Uh-oh. This doesn’t look good. Fans have been salivating for a new Star Trek series since immediately after the last one went off the air. As amazing as the recent J.J. Abrams Star Trek films have been, there’s no denying that what the series offered and what the films offered are completely two different things. Show More Summary
Bryan Fuller will remain an executive producer of Discovery, but will hand off the day-to-day showrunning responsibilities to others. UPDATE, 10/26 4:40pm: Bryan’s reasons for stepping down and CBS’s official press release AccordingShow More Summary
In a bit of surprising news, Bryan Fuller will not be the showrunner for CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Discovery show. The...
There is a major behind-the-scenes shakeup on Star Trek; Discovery, the upcoming new Star Trek series for CBS All Access, CBS’ live TV and VOD service. Executive producer Bryan Fuller, who co-created the series with Alex Kurtzman, is exiting as showrunner. Show More Summary
Star Trek’s return to television was supposed to be grand. Originally scheduled to debut on the CBS All Access digital streaming service in January 2017, last month it was announced that Star Trek: Discovery was pushed back to May 2017 to give the creators more time to get it right. Show More Summary
The much-anticipated new Star Trek series, Star Trek: Discovery, just lost one of its key players: showrunner Bryan Fuller, who is apparently too busy with his other projects (Starz’ American Gods and NBC’s Amazing Stories reboot) to give the CBS All Access show the attention it demands. Read more...
American Gods just got more star-studded, as if that was possible. E! News has learned The Mindy Project's Beth Grant has joined the cast of Bryan Fuller's upcoming Starz series in a...