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A potential TV series based on Anne Rice‘s The Vampire Chronicles has been searching for fresh blood for a few years now, and it looks like it’s found it at AMC. The network just scored the rights to both The Vampire Chronicles and Rice’s The Lives of the Mayfair Witches, and plans to develop TV shows and even films around both. A Vampire Chronicles TV series was previously set up at Hulu before someone drove a stake through the heart of that deal.

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The Vampire Chronicles is going to have to find itself a new crypt. Anne Rice was originally working to adapt her best-selling books into a series at Hulu, but that’s no longer happening. Now, Rice and her team are shopping the property around for a new home. At one point, Bryan Fuller was set to work on the show, but eventually parted ways.

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The Vampire Chronicles TV series has found a place to plant its coffin: Hulu. The streaming service has picked up the series, which adapts Anne Rice‘s famous, gothic vampire books for the small screen. Bryan Fuller had previously been involved with the show, but as is his tradition, he left the series. Now, The Vampire Chronicles will look for his replacement as it sets up shop at Hulu.

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Bryan Fuller, wyd? Everybody loves Bryan Fuller, but the man apparently can’t hold down a job. Fuller has just jumped ship on yet another show: The Vampire Chronicles TV series.

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Vampire Chronicles TV series

Bryan Fuller just went and got himself attached to another TV series, and this time, the pairing is perfect. Fuller is now on board the upcoming Vampire Chronicles TV series, adapted from the books of Anne Rice. Fuller’s Hannibal was as much an adaptation of The Vampire Chronicles as it was the Hannibal Lecter series, so this is a decision that makes perfect sense.

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After Neil Jordan’s intense and vivid Interview With the Vampire and Michael Rymer’s deathly dull Queen of the Damned, and in step with the current Twilight-fuelled vampmania, it looks that Universal is looking to reboot the cinematic incarnation of Anne Rice‘s The Vampire Chronicles. The first book in the series was Interview, and I’d imagine a purist-pleasing reboot would start there, though I don’t really expect that to be the case here. Even though Interview and Queen were Warner Bros. films, they’re still fresh in the memory and frequent enough on cable that they’re also far from being forgotten. I don’t think Universal will try something so daft as fully rebooting a series that’s still alive in the mind of the public.

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