Bryan Fuller Steps Down From Apple's Amazing Stories Anthology Reboot
Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Bryan Fuller is exiting another TV series.
The Hannibal and Pushing Daisies veteran is stepping down as showrunner of Apple’s upcoming Amazing Stories anthology reboot READ MORE
Anne Rice, Bryan Fuller Developing Vampire Chronicles TV Series
Bryan Fuller isn’t wasting any bloody time. READ MORE
American Gods EPs Bryan Fuller and Michael Green Exit Ahead of Season 2
Perhaps this is the reason American Gods‘ second season has yet to begin production: Co-showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green have departed the Starz drama, TVLine has confirmed. READ MORE
American Gods EPs Reveal the Novel Characters Cut From Season 1
Obviously, American Gods bosses Michael Green and Bryan Fuller couldn’t stuff every single character from Neil Gaiman’s fantasy novel into the Starz adaptation’s first season. But one of Gaiman’s creations came a lot closer than the others. READ MORE
Hannibal Update: Bryan Fuller Says Revival 'Conversations' Are Underway
Sharpen those knives, Hannibal fans: Another meal might be coming your way after all. READ MORE
American Gods Finale: Bryan Fuller and Michael Green Talk Bunnies, Bilquis and Wednesday's Big Reveal
Warning: This post contains spoilers for American Gods‘ Season 1 finale.
Welp, now the Shadow knows. READ MORE
American Gods: Dueling Deities, Altered Easter, Bryan Fuller's Favorites and More Scoop on Starz's Fantasy Drama
Good gods almighty, the world of Starz’s newest drama is a complicated place, indeed. READ MORE
American Gods EPs Talk Episode Order Cut (and Why Neil Gaiman Approved It)
The phrase “episode order cut” strikes fear in many a showrunner’s heart, but the executive producers behind Starz’s upcoming American Gods say READ MORE
Hugh Dancy Says a Hannibal Return Might Happen in 'Four or Five Years'
Are you holding your breath waiting for Hannibal to come back? Well, don’t… or you might end up as dead as one of Dr. Lecter’s victims. READ MORE
Hannibal Update: Bryan Fuller Wants to Do a Silence of the Lambs Miniseries
It’s been more than a year since NBC’s delectable Hannibal went off the air, and fans are still hungry for more. Luckily, showrunner Bryan Fuller still has plans to revive the series… using the most famous story in the Hannibal Lecter canon. READ MORE