Posts Tagged ‘bryan fuller’
CBS have revealed the identity and approximate time of their new Star Trek TV series, Star Trek Discovery, debuting in January 2017 on CBS' Pay Per View service in the US, and Netflix across the rest of the world.
So I’m still pretty much devastated about the cancellation of Hannibal last year, but the new American Gods trailer is doing a lot to make me feel better about it. An adaptation of the Neil Gaiman critically acclaimed novel created by Bryan Fuller who was showrunner for Hannibal, he’s now tasked with bringing the world […]
If you’re not sitting down, you just might want to, lest you swoon like a Victorian lady. Neil Gaiman’s “American Gods” is being adapted as a series on Starz. No, this is not some Sandman-eque dream, this is really happening. Bryan Fuller (“Hannibal,” “Pushing Daisies,” “Heroes”) and Michael Green (“The River,” “Kings,” “Heroes”) will be […]
Hannibal focuses on “the rise of Hannibal Lecter” to the legend that he is today in the consciousness of The Silence of the Lambs fans all over the world. From the books that spinned into two movies, the aforementioned Silence of the Lambs and Red Dragon, to the more recent NBC hit show, people just […]