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Bryan Fuller Is at Work on a TV Pilot for Anne Rice’s Vampire Chronicles

The creative mind behind Pushing Daisies, Hannibal, American Gods and a good chunk of Star Trek: Discovery is working on bringing Anne Rice's literary vamps to the small screen.

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Things We Saw Today: Amber Tamblyn Would Like to Focus More on Women, Less on “the Redemption of Men”

Tamblyn's new piece addresses how quickly many people, especially many men, seem to want to move past this uncomfortable moment and let these accused men find redemption. As Tamblyn states, though, "I'm not ready for the redemption of men."

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American Gods Team Teases “Much More Energy,” Deeper Character Stories, in Season 2

American Gods showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green sat down with Nerdist to hint at their plans for the second season and discuss how the show will continue to explore the expanded stories of female characters like Bilquis, Laura Moon, and Easter.

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Star Trek: Discovery’s Female Lead Character Is Named Michael Burnham and I Can’t Stop Thinking About It

Names have power: just ask Rumpelstiltskin. As someone with a longstanding interest in the meaning of names, the first thing that caught my attention while watching Discovery was that the first officer played by Sonequa Martin-Green has a traditionally masculine name. I had to know more.

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Bryan Fuller Accidentally Outs Heroes‘ Thomas Dekker at Outfest 2017

"Outfest" doesn't mean you get to out people.

In the video after the jump, Bryan Fuller gives a moving speech about what it's taken to get to this point in his career. He also outs a cast member of one of his previous shows, which isn't exactly okay.

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Bryan Fuller Celebrates Making TV Gayer in His Outfest Acceptance Speech

In his acceptance speech as the Outfest Achievement Award Honoree, Bryan Fuller looked back at all the opposition he's faced to gay characters on his shows - and how his experience with American Gods demonstrates how much things have changed.

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Bless You, Starz: American Gods Renewed for Season Two

Not that this should come as a surprise to anyone, byt STARZ has renewed American Gods for a second season.

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New Clips from American Gods Show How Beautiful and Weird It Will Be

Hello and happy weekend, my American Gods friends! I know many of you are as psyched as I am for this show, and Starz just saved us from the doldrums of Friday afternoon with two delicious extended clips.

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I Can’t Stop Yelling About the First Episode of American Gods


Reviews and plot details from American Gods are on pause until later in April, but I've started watching the show and let me tell you, friends: HOLD ON TO YOUR HATS.

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The American Gods Cast and Crew Talked Politics and Representation at SXSW Panel

During the American Gods panel at SXSW, the cast and creators discussed politics, changes to the source material, and representation.

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Things We Saw Today: These “Roverwatch” Stickers Imagine the Heroes of Overwatch As Dogs

These puppy stickers bear an uncanny resemblance to the heroes of Overwatch, don't they? They're a fan-made creation by Lily Nishita.

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Prepare to Scream: A New Teaser for Star Trek: Discovery Has Arrived

And it's harking back to its roots.

We may not have a premiere date in sight, but production for Star Trek: Discovery has already begun and a new teasers is offering up our first behind-the-scenes glimpse.

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New Photo From Starz’s American Gods Introduces All-New Character Not In Neil Gaiman’s Original Novel

Something we have to look forward to in 2017 (other than it not being 2016) is the arrival of Bryan Fuller's American Gods on Starz. Fans of the Neil Gaiman novel are looking forward to seeing their favorite characters brought to life, and non-fans are glad they now don't have to read nearly 800 non-Harry-Potter pages to see what the fuss is about. Something they both have to look forward to? The introduction of a new character, conceived by Gaiman, but not in the original novel.

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Bryan Fuller Clarifies His “Bittersweet” Departure From Star Trek: Discovery and His Current Focus on American Gods

In a disappointing piece of news about Star Trek: Discovery, former showrunner Bryan Fuller has officially clarified his lack of involvement with the ongoing production.

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Bryan Fuller Steps Down As Showrunner For Star Trek: Discovery, But Don’t Worry — He’s Still Involved

We've been really excited for the upcoming Star Trek: Discovery, the first Star Trek series to come to television (well, to CBS All Access, anyway) in over a decade in large part because of the involvement of Hannibal's Bryan Fuller. However, it seems as if Fuller doesn't have the time to devote to the day-to-day running of the show, and it was announced yesterday that he will be stepping down from the showrunner role.

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Premiere Date For CBS All Access’ Star Trek: Discovery Pushed Back

It was already a long wait for Star Trek fans when it was announced that Star Trek: Discovery would be premiering in January 2017 on CBS Access. Well, it looks like we'll have to wait a little bit longer.

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Bryan Fuller Continues to Tease Us With Hints About Star Trek: Discovery

Effectively raising our excitement levels to warp five.

Ever since Star Trek: Discovery co-creator Bryan Fuller promised to "spoiler it up" in the months leading up to the series' January 2017 premiere, he's certainly delivered on that front so far.

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Star Trek: Discovery Writers Discuss the Title, the Timeline, and the Launch of Accompanying Books & Comics

At the Mission New York Star Trek Convention this afternoon, Kirsten Beyer and Nicholas Meyer, who are two of Star Trek: Discovery’s writers, appeared on a panel to describe a few more upcoming details about the show.

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How Star Trek: Discovery Can Blaze a Trail for Diversity in Science Fiction

More to beam up.

Star Trek fans have been eagerly awaiting the new Star Trek: Discovery series due out next year. Recently Bryan Fuller, co-creator and executive producer of the new series, announced that the lead character will be played by a woman, and many news outlets are indicating the actress will likely be a person of color. If true, this revelation would be the first of its kind for a major science fiction series or film.

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Bryan Fuller Delivers On Promise to “Spoiler It Up” About Star Trek: Discovery at TCA Summer Press Tour

Bryan Fuller, currently in the enviable position of showrunning the first new Star Trek series since Enterprise, was true to his word of a couple of days ago when he promised to "spoiler it up" regarding CBS All Access' upcoming Star Trek: Discovery. At the show's TCA Summer Press Tour panel late yesterday afternoon, Fuller gave some substantial details about what fans can expect from the series.

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