The Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s fantasy novel aims to be “as detailed and integrated as the Marvel Universe is,” teases co-showrunner Bryan Fuller.
The director will reunite with “Hannibal” showrunner Bryan Fuller on the Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed fantasy novel.
Hopes for a fourth season of “Hannibal” diminish as Amazon and Netflix pass on the series, and the options expire for stars Hugh Dancy and Mads Mikkelson.
The author of the critically acclaimed fantasy novel will not only executive produce the Starz adaptation, he’ll write some of the episodes.
The art depicts a key setting from Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed 2001 fantasy novel. The adaptation is expected to debut on Starz in late 2016.
Neil Gaiman will serve as an executive producer of the adaptation of his acclaimed 2001 fantasy novel.
Although Starz hasn’t given the green light just yet, the “Hannibal” creator says the adaptation of the acclaimed fantasy novel could debut in late 2016.
FremantleMedia has announced Bryan Fuller and Michael Green as showrunners for the Starz Network adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s American Gods.
HBO’s Michael Lombardo explains that, while the cable channel loves Neil Gaiman’s 2001 fantasy novel, it ” just couldn’t get it right.”
FremantleMedia North America has acquired the rights to adapt Neil Gaiman’s novel American Gods for television.
The adaptation of Neil Gaiman’s award-winning 2001 fantasy novel is envisioned to run at least six seasons, with a budget of $30 million to $40 million per season. The author is on board as an executive producer and writer. Updated!
The cable channel is negotiating to develop Neil Gaiman’s award-winning 2001 novel as a fantasy series, with Gaiman and renowned cinematographer Robert Richardson writing the pilot.