Bryan Fuller has departed another series.
The Hannibal boss will no longer serve as showrunner on Apple’s upcoming anthology series Amazing Stories, EW has confirmed.
For more than two years, Fuller had been developing the reboot of Steven Spielberg’s 1985 NBC series, which “will transport the audience to worlds of
Bryan Fuller has quit his third major US series in two years, having now exited a huge project for Apple.
The former Hannibal and Pushing Daisies writer had been picked to shepherd Apple's reinvention of Steven Spielberg's cult classic '80s anthology series Amazing Stories for a new generation.
Bryan Fuller is trading gods for vampires.
The writer and producer, who exited as showrunner of Starz’s American Gods last fall, has officially joined the team bringing Anne Rice’s best-selling novels The Vampire Chronicles to television.
Rice’s son (and fellow author) Christopher Rice announced the news in a Facebook post Thursday. “It’s our great
It has not been a good week for Gillian Anderson fans. The actress’ iconic character Dana Scully was served an unpleasant plot twist in the Jan. 3 episode of The X-Files, and the actress confirmed on Wednesday at the Television Critics’ Association winter press tour that she won’t return for
Gillian Anderson has apparently dropped out another cult hit TV series.
The 49-year-old actress previously announced that she'd be quitting her iconic role as Dana Scully in The X-Files after its current season, throwing the future of the series into doubt.
Now, the actress has told The Los Angeles Times
The gods might not exactly be smiling down on American Gods at the moment, because the show just lost its head writers.
In a true shocker, showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green have exited American Gods ahead of its second season over conflicts with the show's production company FremantleMedia
Steven Spielberg is rebooting his '80s cult classic Amazing Stories as a hugely ambitious streaming series.
The filmmaker is partnering with Hannibal's Bryan Fuller and tech giant Apple to revive his small-screen adaptation of the iconic Amazing Stories magazine, which collected standalone stories of sci-fi, horror and fantasy from
Pushing Daisies was cancelled far too early in the show's run for our liking, but a little good news came our way this week when showrunner Bryan Fuller revealed that he's desperate to bring it back in some form.
He admitted that he thinks the series was a little
Star Trek: Discovery is getting political, as the new series will tackle today's social divides in the US in the post-Trump era by throwing the same sort of issues into 23rd-century space.
"The allegory is that we really started working on the show in earnest around the time
Fannibal Appreciation Day comes around once a year (August 23 – mark your calendars), and it's no better time to look back on NBC's acclaimed, darkly beautiful series.
In December 2016, we asked showrunner Bryan Fuller to share his reflections on Hannibal, its enigmatic finale and the possibility
Star Trek: Discovery will break new ground for the franchise by introducing its first black female lead in Michael Burnham, played by The Walking Dead's Sonequa Martin-Green.
The actress told Digital Spy that while she wasn't originally a fan of Trek, she feels that "it was a part of
American Gods has been roundly praised for its diverse casting, though Bryan Fuller insists it shouldn't be that big a deal.
Of course, diversity in TV has been markedly improving in recent years, with shows like Orange Is the New Black and Transparent commended for their approach to representation
Former Star Trek: Discovery showrunner Bryan Fuller has revealed a lot of interesting details about his departure from the series.
And, unsurprisingly, it seems his decision to step down from the project was over more than just scheduling conflicts with his Starz drama American Gods.
Up until now, Fuller has
American Gods' second season seemingly will not be its last, but there's no indication yet when it will actually air.
Producers Bryan Fuller and Michael Green's adaptation of the classic Neil Gaiman novel has been a smash hit for US channel Starz and Amazon Prime Video in the UK
Warning: This article contains spoilers for American Gods' season one finale.
American Gods producers Bryan Fuller and Michael Green have teased just what fans can expect to see in season two.
The series, which airs on Starz in the US and is available to stream on Amazon Prime in the
A plan for a potential season 4 of Hannibal is already fully formed, according to showrunner Bryan Fuller.
NBC cancelled the serial killer series – starring Mads Mikkelsen as everyone's favourite cannibal Dr Hannibal Lecter and Hugh Dancy as FBI profiler Will Graham –after three seasons from 2013 to
American Gods has made quite the impact since it launched a few weeks ago, though arguably the most iconic scene so far occurred on this Sunday's (May 14) episode.
In 'Head Full of Snow', we see Salim (Omid Abtahi) and the Jinn (Mousa Kraish) make passionate love in a