American Gods showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green sat down with Nerdist to hint at their plans for the second season and discuss how the show will continue to explore the expanded stories of female characters like Bilquis, Laura Moon, and Easter.
NBC’s TV show adaptation of Hannibal, created by Bryan Fuller (American Gods), was quite gruesome for a Network TV show. The most memorable example was a totem pole made out of human body parts, though there were plenty of other twisted murders that would make John Doe from SE7EN jealous and Dexter blush. But, NBC […]
Bryan Fuller—of 'Pushing Daisies,''Hannibal,' and 'American Gods' fame—has been tapped to reboot the series, which went off the air 30 years ago.
The Wall Street Journal reports that Apple is currently finalizing a deal to reboot Amazing Stories, with Steven Spielberg and TV creator Bryan Fuller (Hannibal, American Gods) attached to the project. Fuller attempted a reboot of the ’80s show at NBC in 2015, but it never came to fruition. With Spielberg’s Amblin Television and Universal […]
In March, we reported that Bryan Fuller and Steven Spielberg were developing a reboot of classic anthology series Amazing Stories, with a number of recognizable writers set to contribute to the series—including Patton Oswalt, Kumail Nanjiani, Emily Gordon, and Jane Goldman. Now it looks like some reshuffling has… Read more...
Bryan Fuller (Hannibal, American Gods) will reboot obscure ‘80s anthology series.
At the end of last month, we wrote about how Apple is expanding into creating original programming for television and is poised to become one of the entertainment industry’s major players in that content space. One of the projects they...Show More Summary
As if Apple didn't already rule enough of the world, today we have news the company is set to drop $1 billion on about 10 big-budget original shows in the next year. And the first will be Steven Spielberg's reboot of AMAZINGShow More Summary
The series first aired in 1985 The post Apple to Produce Amazing Stories Reboot with Amblin and Bryan Fuller appeared first on ComingSoon.net.
Given the fact that it cast both Kristin Chenoweth and Ellen Greene and let them sing, Pushing Daisies was always just a few jazz steps away from turning into a full-blown musical. As it turns out, Bryan Fuller, who created the short-lived ABC series before moving on to the likes ... More »
By Valerie Ettenhofer Bryan Fuller's show about death was memorably full of life. The article ‘Pushing Daisies’: A Tenth Anniversary Post-Mortem appeared first on Film School Rejects.
Bryan Fuller's vision for Star Trek: Discovery would've been something the franchise had never seen before.
Original showrunner Bryan Fuller brought this "Pushing Daisies" and "Wonderfalls" tradition to Star Trek.
In this edition of TV Bits: Amazon reveals the first Lore trailer. An It actor joins the cast of Locke & Key. Netflix has developed its own strains of weed. The truth behind Bryan Fuller parting with Star Trek: Discovery. And more! Actor...Show More Summary
Plus details on the show's costs and future plans along with quotes from Discovery stars
Although cancelled two years ago, Hannibal may be getting a fourth season; showrunner Bryan Fuller says talks are officially underway to revive the show. The post Hannibal: Fuller Says ‘Conversations’ Are Underway for Revival appeared first on CBR.
"Conversations" have started.
For three seasons, NBC aired the show Hannibal, a series created by Bryan Fuller and based on the works of author Thomas Harris - novels that had previously served as the basis of the films MANHUNTER, THE SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, HANNIBAL, RED DRAGON, and HANNIBAL RISING. Show More Summary
Loyal fans of Hannibal will be happy to hear that the revival of the NBC canceled series is coming closer to reality. Executive producers of the show Martha De Laurentiis and Bryan Fuller took to Twitter and posted a photo of the two...Show More Summary
Hannibal Season 4 is finally in the works. Maybe. Following his pitch meeting with co-stars Hugh Dancy and Mads Mikkelson, Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller is now brainstorming ideas for a fourth season with executive producer Martha De Laurentiis. Fuller had previously teased that he was planning to... Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Hannibal Bryan Fuller