Bryan Fuller continues to discuss the reasons for his departure from Star Trek: Discovery. While most interviews have rehashed the well-known explanations, he expanded upon a strong theme for the new series in an interview with the Radio Times. Show More Summary
Bryan Fuller gave a little more insight into why he chose American Gods over Star Trek: Discovery and the departure wasn’t just...
In a disappointing piece of news about Star Trek: Discovery, former showrunner Bryan Fuller has officially clarified his lack of involvement with the ongoing production.
It’s probably not the news fans were hoping for – following his exit in October as Showrunner of Star Trek Discovery, co-creator Bryan Fuller has now confirmed he has no further ongoing role in the CBS All Access series. "I'm not involved...Show More Summary
When CBS announced back in October that Bryan Fuller would no longer be the showrunner for its upcoming All Access series Star Trek: Discovery, the official word from the network was that he would still “continue to map out the story arc for the entire season” and “oversee the show with the ... More »
The franchise veteran describes his departure from the television revival as "bittersweet" The post Bryan Fuller ‘Not Involved’ With Star Trek: Discovery appeared first on CBR.com.
Even though it had been said that Bryan Fuller would remain an executive producer for Star Trek: Discovery, Fuller is now clarifying that the only work he will do on season one of the show is what he’s already done. Read more...
The showrunner is focusing instead on his Starz adaptation of 'American Gods.' read more
Production on Star Trek: Discovery has certainly been a bumpy ride for fans. With each exciting bit of news—Bryan Fuller’s the showrunner!—there’s been some kind of letdown, like, say, Bryan Fuller stepping down as showrunner. The Hannibal...Show More Summary
A little over a month ago, Bryan Fuller stepped down as showrunner on CBS’s upcoming Star Trek: Discovery series, resulting in the internet making a sound akin to a balloon slowly deflating. After all, Star Trek has seen its ups andShow More Summary
“I’m not involved in production, or postproduction..." The post Bryan Fuller Opens Up About Star Trek: Discovery Exit appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Former Star Trek: Discovery Executive Producer Bryan Fuller is no longer actively involved in the series.
For Bryan Fuller, stepping down as Star Trek: Discovery showrunner was “bittersweet.” “Ultimately, with my responsibilities [elsewhere], I could not do what...
Star Trek: Discovery creator Bryan Fuller is speaking out on his “bittersweet” exit from the upcoming series. Fuller, a longtime fan who got his big break in Hollywood on Star Trek: Deep Space Nine and Star Trek: Voyager, tells Newsweek...Show More Summary
Star Trek: Discovery took a big hit last month when Bryan Fuller stepped down as showrunner, but the project is still boldly going forward. And as of this week, it looks like they may have revealed their first star. According to producer Nicholas...Show More Summary
As news of Star Trek: Discovery’s preproduction has rolled out, expectations have been continuously adjusted. Bryan Fuller’s the showrunner? That’s good! The cast and crew will feature greater representation of the people that make up...Show More Summary
Michael Green, currently on Starz's Neil Gaiman/Bryan Fuller drama 'American Gods,' will co-write the script with comic book creator Brian K. Vaughan. read more
Few would argue that Deadwood alum Ian McShane made inspired casting for Bryan Fuller’s American Gods, but things could have been much, much weirder. According to Nicolas Cage (yes, that Nicolas Cage, just for re-emphasis), Starz’s hotly-anticipated series nearly cast him as Mr. Wednesday. Continue reading…
He's too busy, Jim.
The lifelong Trekkie is handing over the reins on the new CBS series.