Bryan Fuller has left Apple’s Amazing Stories reboot

Bryan Fuller has stepped down as showrunner for Apple’s science fiction anthology show Amazing Stories, reports The Hollywood Reporter. Fuller, the creator of Pushing Daisies and Hannibal, began developing the revival of the 1980s show in 2015 with NBC. Apple picked up the series in 2017 in its bid to create its own original content.

The Hollywood Reporter says Fuller departed the project over creative differences with Apple, which wanted a more family-friendly take than the darker Black Mirror-style show Fuller envisioned. This is a familiar story: Fuller spearheaded CBS’ revival of Star Trek, but stepped aside due to his workload on Amazing Stories and Starz’s American Gods. In November, he and Michael Green stepped down from work on A…

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Apple’s ‘Amazing Stories’ revival loses showrunner Bryan Fuller

Apple has yet to launch any of the original shows funded by its $ 1 billion war chest, but it's already losing part of its production team. Hollywood Reporter has learned that showrunner Bryan Fuller (of Star Trek and American Gods fame) has left Ste…
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Bryan Fuller Has Abandoned Apple’s ‘Amazing Stories’ Over ‘Creative Differences’

Bryan Fuller is a legendary producer in Hollywood, bringing stories like Hannibal to the small screen, and working on several other projects. Continue reading
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