Amazing Stories Reboot

NBC, Bryan Fuller to Reboot Spielberg's Amazing Stories Anthology Series

Here’s a bit of good news for those still mourning Hannibal: Showrunner Bryan Fuller and NBC are teaming up once more.

The Peacock Net is developing a reboot of Amazing Stories, the Emmy-winning 1985 anthology series telling incredible, odd, supernatural tales.

According to EW.com, which broke the news, Fuller will write the hour-long pilot and exec-produce with Justin Falvey and Darryl Frank (Under the Dome). Steven Spielberg — who created the two-season original series at NBC — will reportedly not be involved with the project. (An NBC insider, however, says Spielberg might get involved at a later date.)

Also on tap for Fuller: Starz’s upcoming adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s novel American Gods.

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