We’ve been getting excited for Bryan Fuller’s new Starz series, American Gods, for a while now. Fuller’s track record—which includes cult favorite Pushing Daisies and the late, still-lamented Hannibal—speaks for itself, the casting has...Show More Summary
It's hardly news that Neil Gaiman fancies gods. He wrote a whole book about 'em — American Gods — back in 2001, one that's currently being adapted into a much-anticipated and frighteningly well-cast Bryan Fuller series on Starz. The Norse gods feature prominently in it, and now Gaiman is revisiting the pantheon in ... More »
CBS has announced that it will be airing a new "Star Trek" series headed by Alex Kurtzman and Bryan Fuller. This marks the fifth series for the long running franchise. However, there have been rumors that "Star Trek" will change its well-loved format for the new series.
The origin story appears to be where the studios go when they run out of ideas. Earlier this month, Bryan Fuller implied that the next Friday The 13th film would explore Jason’s early days with his mother. Rob Zombie explained away all...Show More Summary
When NBC cancelled Hannibal for low ratings last June, the Fannibals lost their minds. Now, thanks to Hannibal creator and showrunner Bryan Fuller, we know when we can start to hear news about whether or not that new season will hap...
Here’s something you may not have realized about Bryan Fuller’s upcoming Star Trek TV series being on CBS’ All Access thingie instead of CBS proper: it’s not beholden to Network Standards and Practices, meaning it can be more graphic than any Trek series before. But that doesn’t mean it will. Read more...
What You’ve Heard Is Wrong!! The Latest On CBS’ STAR TREK!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! At this week’s Saturn Awards, CBS All Access’ Star Trek showrunner Bryan Fuller debunked two rumors about the Starfleet hourlong...Show More Summary
Star Trek fans are anxiously awaiting news about the new series coming to CBS All Access and, until recently, details on the new series have been hard to come by, but the series executive producer, Bryan Fuller (Hannibal, Star Trek: Voyager), has just opened up with the first real glimpse at what the new Star... Show More Summary
As someone who has always been fond of Bryan Fuller, the news about the Star Trek adaptation he's bringing to CBS is leaving me beyond excited. From Wonderfalls to Pushing Daisies to Hannibal, I will pick up whatever he's putting do...
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Bryan Fuller has seen some of the Internet rumors regarding the new Star Trek television series, and he set the record straight...
Although the Hannibal television series, created by Bryan Fuller and based on the works of author Thomas Harris, was officially canceled by NBC last year, fans of the show continue to hold on to hope that it may return in some form some day. Show More Summary
Writer and producer Bryan Fuller (Hannibal) is one busy, lucky man. At the moment, he’s working on two notable television projects: Starz’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods and CBS’ new Star Trek series. Fuller just revealed a few illuminating details about Star Trek, which will stream next year on CBS All Access. Show More Summary
Star Trek 2017 showrunner Bryan Fuller revealed more details about the highly-anticipated new series in an interview with Moviefone. Contrary to rumors that the new series would be an anthology show with each season focusing on a different...Show More Summary
Collider have posted an interview with new Star Trek TV series showrunner Bryan Fuller, who, while carefully avoiding giving away too many specifics, gave a lot of new details about the show.First up, speculation that this might be a shorter season than we traditionally get in Star Trek has been confirmed. Show More Summary
Star Trek 2017 show runner Bryan Fuller in an interview with Collider revealed a heap of new details on the much-anticipated new Star Trek series scheduled to debut in January 2017. Fuller revealed that the first season of the show,Show More Summary
The new Star Trek production has given us blessedly little information on what exactly this series will be like. Now, though, thanks to showrunner Bryan Fuller, we have at least one idea of how this Star Trek will play out.
If your enjoyment of Star Trek has always been a held back by the brand’s general lack of explicit nudity, violence, and profanity, then you’ll be happy to hear that Bryan Fuller’s new Star Trek TV series will boldly fucking go where no other Star Trek show has fucking gone before—or at least it could. Show More Summary
If there’s one person who knows exactly what to say about a new Star Trek series, it’s Bryan Fuller. Everything he says about how he’s running CBS digital Star Trek show sounds right and good and not at all like he’s going cannibalize a beloved franchise for parts. Read more...
"Star Trek" showrunner Bryan Fuller revealed more details about the new series' production.