Starz’s adaptation of Neil Gaiman‘s American Gods is currently filming. Bryan Fuller (Hannibal) and Michael Green (Heroes) are running the series, which stars Ricky Whittle, Ian McShane, Emily Browning, Gillian Anderson, Cloris Leachman, Orlando Jones, and more. The fantasy series will premiere next year.
Below, check out the American Gods first look.
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Posted on Thursday, April 14th, 2016 by Jacob Hall
CBS is using their new Star Trek series as the chief selling point of their new All Access streaming service and they’re making a pretty compelling case as for why it will be worth plunking down a few bucks every month. After all, the new series will be run by the great Bryan Fuller of Hannibal and Pushing Daisies fame. Nicholas Meyer, the director Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan and Star Trek VI: The Undiscovered Country is on board as a writer and producer. It even has the Roddenberry family seal of approval. This was more than enough to get me, a fairly dedicated Trek fan, on board.
Now, new details about the series have made their way to the internet and while you should keep a grain of salt or two on hand, they make this new show sound like one of the most promising and intriguing Trek series since…well, ever. In short: the first season will be set after the end of the original cast movies and it will be an anthology series.
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Posted on Wednesday, March 2nd, 2016 by Angie Han
American Gods fans, your prayers have been answered. In honor of, um, Wednesday, Starz has just revealed that Mr. Wednesday will be played by the great Ian McShane in Bryan Fuller and Michael Green‘s upcoming adaptation of Neil Gaiman‘s novel. McShane joins Ricky Whittle (The 100), who was cast as lead character Shadow Moon several weeks ago. Read More »
This month already brought great news for the developing Star Trek TV series situated at CBS when Pushing Daisies and Hannibal writer and executive producer Bryan Fuller was brought on as showrunner. And now the show has gotten even more promising with the addition of Star Trek II: The Wrath of Khan director Nicholas Meyer coming on board the show as a writer and consulting producer. This is probably one of the best bits of news that Trekkies could have heard for this new Star Trek TV series. Read More »
Posted on Tuesday, February 9th, 2016 by Jacob Hall
The new Star Trek series has found its captain. Bryan Fuller, the veteran television writer and producer known for his work on tremendous shows like Wonderfalls, Pushing Daisies, and Hannibal has been hired as the showrunner on CBS’ new series, which will bring the iconic science fiction series into uncharted territory: the universe of online streaming.
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The Hannibal finale is incredibly satisfying. NBC’s surreal, dark show never scored huge in the ratings, but it’s a miracle a story this ambitious lasted three seasons, and thankfully it ended on a high note, with Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) and Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) finally getting some much needed alone time.
After the jump, the cast and crew explain the Hannibal finale.
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I miss Hannibal. Sometimes the NBC show would make me sick to my stomach, in a great way, or make me crave an extravagant feast full of meat — preferably non-human meat. The show was some of the finest food porn to ever be made for television. Hannibal wasn’t always dining on leftover eyeballs or freshly baked brain, so it’s okay to admit some of his cooking looked pretty damn good.
The show’s creator, Bryan Fuller (Pushing Daisies), unsurprisingly, is a vegetarian. Fuller and Hannibal‘s co-star, Gillian Anderson (The Fall), have returned to the world of Hannibal for a PETA commercial, launched just in time for Thanksgiving.
Watch the 30-second advertisement after the jump.
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At a time when anthology television series such as American Horror Story, True Detective and Fargo are such hits, it’s surprising that shows like The Twilight Zone and The Outer Limits aren’t getting the remake treatment. However, that might change if NBC finds success bringing a familiar anthology series of that kind back to the small screen.
Amazing Stories was an hour-long weekly sci-fi and fantasy anthology series created and executive produced by Steven Spielberg that told stories of the fantastic, strange and supernatural, and now Pushing Daisies and Hannibal creator and executive producer Bryan Fuller and Amblin TV will bring the show to NBC for a revival. Read More »
We still don’t know who will star in American Gods, the TV adaptation of Neil Gaiman‘s novel which marks the major post-Hannibal project for producer Bryan Fuller. Now we do know, however, that the Starz series will bring another veteran of Fuller’s last series into the fold. Hannibal director and exec producer David Slade is signing on to helm the pilot of the new series, and it sounds like he’ll be just as involved in American Gods as he was with Hannibal. Read More »