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  1. Did You Ever Think, “There Should Be A Hannibal Cookbook?” Well NBC Is Making One.

    Damn, I'm out of fava beans!

    I personally have never had such a thought. Nope. Never.

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  2. Bryan Fuller Promises American Gods Adaptation Will Have A Similar Scope To Game of Thrones, Says Gaiman “G.D. Better” Write Episodes

    Everything's coming up Gaiman.

    It just keeps getting better: For Gods fans who might have been worried that the spirit and enormous scope of the novel would be lost in its transition to the small screen, Fuller made some statements today that should reassure even the most intense of Gaiman purists.

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  3. Bryan Fuller Teases Pushing Daisies Revival On Twitter, Is Cruel

    Quit playing games with my heart, Fuller.

    Stop messing with our feels, Bryan Fuller. Either you're bringing back everyone's favorite pie-maker or you're not. Stop toying with our pie-motions.

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  4. Hannibal Blooper Reel Is Just as Hilarious as You’d Hoped, Plus Season Three Info From SDCC

    The best kinds of spoilers!

    Yesterday afternoon at SDCC there was a panel on everyone's favorite murder drama, Hannibal. The best reveal was this condensed version of the season two blooper reel, the full version of which will appear on the DVD. Even this shorter version showcases how much more hilarious bloopers are when delivered by characters that are supposed to be so serious. Mads Mikkelsen forgetting how to tie a tie as Hannibal somehow manages to make such a creepy character seem so endearing!

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  5. Starz Picked up the American Gods TV Show, and Bryan Fuller Is Co-Showrunning

    EVERYTHING IS GOOD AND RIGHT WITH THE WORLD FOREVER AND EVER AMEN.

    Here’s where we left the American Gods TV show: HBO was going to do it, but then didn’t, because reasons. FremantleMedia picked up the slack and started developing their own version, but with no network attached. And here’s where are are now: Starz picked it up. Neil Gaiman will executive produce with Bryan Fuller and Michael Green who are showrunning. Fuller will write the pilot. Everything is beautiful and nothing hurts.

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  6. Things We Saw Today: Leather Armor Corsets For You To Drool Over

    Things We Saw Today

    I'm probably never going to own one of these leather corsets by Andrew Kanounov, and that makes me sad. io9 has more pictures if you're feeling masochistic.

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  7. Things We Saw Today: John Barrowman On an Adult Big Wheel

    Things We Saw Today

    Yes, they make adult big wheels. (Fashionably Geek)

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  8. Arrow, Teen Wolf, Bryan Fuller’s Syfy Show Get New Cast Members

    The Boob Tube

    Doug Jones! Jean Loring! Moon colonies! It's a cast-a-pa-looza!

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  9. Bryan Fuller Releases Pushing Daisies Scripts Online, Expect a Kickstarter Movie Campaign Soon

    Just don't touch the series again after it has been revived, or it will stay dead for good.

    In between desperately trying to get a second season for his critically acclaimed series Hannibal, Bryan Fuller had admitted that he wants to launch a Kickstarter campaign for a movie version of his once critically acclaimed but-also-brutally-cancelled show Pushing DaisiesNow it's starting to look more and more like Fuller's going to make that campaign happen, because last night he announced via Twitter that he's put up all the scripts for every Pushing Daisies episode on his website. Who does nice things like that for a four-year-old cancelled series out of the blue like that without hoping to get some money out of it? We're on to your tricks, Fuller!

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  10. Hannibal Gets Renewed, Will Give Us a Second Season of Gory Murders and Cannibalism Puns

    Peanut Butter and Chocolate

    A few weeks back NBC went through the process of renewing, canceling, and picking up shows for their fall schedule, and Hannibal fans were a little worried to find that their show was nowhere to be found. We can now put our fears to rest (aside from the fears caused by the show itself, that is). Hannibal is getting a second season.

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