Bryan Fuller's High Moon Pilot for Syfy: Watch the First Four Minutes Now
Ready for something out of this world?
Syfy, which earlier this year passed on Bryan Fuller’s High Moon pilot, is repackaging the 90-minute opener as a TV movie, and we’ve got an exclusive first look at the heart-stopping first four minutes. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
TVLine Items: Originals' Violent New Promo, Who Hits High and More
The fangs are out in The Originals‘ latest trailer for Season 2 (premiering Oct. 6), and surprising allies are coming together. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Hannibal Stars, Producers Talk 'Mic-Dropping' Finale, Preview Season 3's Talented Mr. Lecter Twists
Bryan Fuller says he learned a lesson from the cancellations of his beloved shows Wonderfalls and Pushing Daisies: Treat every season finale like it’s a series finale.
Which explains exactly why Hannibal ended its sophomore run in spectacularly Read More
Hannibal @ Comic-Con: A Huge Return, Much Gillian Anderson and (Hopefully) Clarice Feed the Thriller's Future
Hannibal fans were hungry for scoop at Comic-Con on Thursday, so executive producer Bryan Fuller sated them with tasty morsels at the show’s panel discussion. Read More
TVLine Items: Fuller Eyes American Gods, Hysteria at Amazon and More
The man behind TV’s Hannibal is taking on another popular book: Neil Gaiman’s American Gods. Read More
Hannibal, Pushing Daisies and More: EP Bryan Fuller Talks Creating Corpses
Bryan Fuller is no stranger to death. Having written no less than three shows dealing with the subject, the Hannibal showrunner — and creative mind behind Dead Like Me and Pushing Daisies — has had plenty of time to explore the theme and how it pertains to his characters. Read More
Hannibal EP Talks Bloody Finale: Who's Dead, Which Brutal Scene Got Moved, Why [Spoiler] Boarded That Plane
The spectacularly violent Season 2 finale of NBC’s Hannibal was something of an inevitability, says executive producer Bryan Fuller. READ MORE
Hannibal Season 2: Bryan Fuller, Hugh Dancy Tease a 'Scrappy,' 'More Calculating' Will Graham
Will Graham is mad as hell, and he’s not going to take it anymore.
That was the general gist from Hannibal showrunner Bryan Fuller and star Hugh Dancy, as they spoke with Michael Ausiello about Season 2 of the dark, dark NBC drama, at TVLine’s Comic-Con interview suite. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO Q&A
Exclusive First Look: Pulled Hannibal Episode Repackaged as 'Cannibalized' Web Series
NBC is giving Hannibal fans a chance to feast on the show’s fourth episode, which was pulled from the schedule ahead of this week’s airing in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings. READ MORE & WATCH VIDEO
Bryan Fuller: Hannibal Delivers a 'Heightened Quality of Serial Killer,' With 'Operatic' Deaths
Are you feeling hungry?
This Thursday at 10/9c, NBC debuts Hannibal, executive producer Bryan Fuller‘s dark, introspective take on the budding partnership between the infamous cannibal (played by Mads Mikkelsen) and FBI profiler Will Graham (Hugh Dancy). READ MORE