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NBC orders 13-episode drama Hannibal

the live feed | THR is reporting that NBC has given a 13-episode series order Hannibal, an adaptation featuring the characters from Thomas Harris’ novel “Red Dragon”.

Hannibal, from Gaumont International Television, is described as an hourlong contemporary thriller featuring characters from Harris’ best-seller and revolves around FBI agent Will Graham and […]

NBC’s Munsters reboot gets new title

TVLine reports that NBC has changed the title of the Bryan Fuller/Bryan Singer reboot of “The Munsters” to Mockingbird Lane. As fans know, the new title is a nod to the address of where the family lives: 1313 Mockingbird Lane. TVLine adds that casting on the show is still […]

Bryan Singer to direct and produce NBC’s The Munsters

Bryan Singer has finalized a deal to direct and executive produce Bryan Fuller’s upcoming NBC reboot of the 1960s comedy The Munsters.

Fuller’s reboot, which recently received a pilot order by NBC, will differ from the original in that it will be a one-hour drama (likely more in line with Fuller’s short-lived ABC dramedy […]

NBC orders Bryan Fuller’s The Munsters pilot

NBC has ordered Bryan Fuller’s (“Pushing Daisies”) pilot for The Munsters. The project will be different from the 1960s comedy series in that Fuller’s take will reinvent the series as a one-hour drama, Variety reports:

Project is said to reimagine the titular family of monsters in a world with a lighter tone […]

Bryan Fuller developing Munsters remake for NBC

Bryan Fuller (“Pushing Daisies”) is developing a remake of the hit TV series The Munsters for NBC. Thus far, the network has only ordered a pilot for the show described as “Modern Family meets True Blood”. Guillermo del Toro (“Hellboy”) is also attached to the project in a behind-the-scenes role.

Source: The […]

Bryan Fuller to write live-action Pinocchio for Warner Brothers

Warner Brothers has hired Bryan Fuller to script and Dan Jinks to produce a live-action adaptation of Pinocchio.

Jinks told Daily Variety that he was inspired by Tim Burton’s “Alice in Wonderland” to begin work on a new version of “Pinocchio.” “I think we’ve found a fresh approach that’s going to be very […]

Bryan Fuller on Pushing Daisies + Working on Comic Series

pushingdaisies-041609Bryan Fuller, creator of the canceled ABC series Pushing Daisies, previewed the final three episodes of the series to SCI FI Wire and added that the story may continue in a comic-book series from Marvel.¬† Here are some excerpts from SCI FI’s Q&A.

Fuller places most of the blame for the demise of the critically acclaimed but low-rated series on the writers strike and its poor time slot:

Fuller: The writers’ strike is the big bully to blame for the plummeting ratings. There was a writers’ strike in 1988, and television shows lost around 30 percent of their audiences. During this one, shows lost 20 percent of their audiences. It was a combination of the writers’ strike and being off the air for 10 months.

The other problem was our timeslot wasn’t good, since we didn’t have a lead-in. When we aired at 9 p.m., we went up by 3 million viewers, which was really dramatic. ABC refused to move us from the 8:00 timeslot, which had worked previously the season before, but after the writers’ strike and the erosion of the audience, it wasn’t sustainable, so we asked them to move us repeatedly. We would have even taken Friday night at 9 p.m., because people don’t watch TV earlier. All the Nielsen ratings indicate people start watching TV at 8:30. That was a big indication, but I certainly don’t think the quality of the show went down. If anything, it got stronger and clearer.

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