NBC executive Bob Greenblatt says that Bryan Fuller’s Mockingbird Lane didn’t have “the right mix” but there might be space for a Munsters reboot in the future.
Creator Bryan Fuller has announced that Mockingbird Lane, his NBC reboot of The Munsters, is officially dead. The pilot aired in October as a Halloween special.
NBC’s pilot-turned-Halloween special Mockingbird Lane gets some added hype with a new preview and images showing off creator Bryan Fuller and director Bryan Singer’s vision for an updated Munsters.
NBC reportedly will try to salvage Bryan Fuller’s Munsters revival by airing the $10 million Mockingbird Lane pilot later this month as a Halloween special.
NBC reportedly doesn’t like what it’s seen of Bryan Fuller’s Mockingbird Lane pilot, but the planned revival of The Munsters could still live on as a series, a Halloween special or a television movie.
Despite reports that Mockingbird Lane, the long-developing remake of The Munsters, is unlikely to move forward at NBC, creator Bryan Fuller contends there’s still life in the project.
At Comic-Con International, Pushing Daisies creator Bryan Fuller revealed footage of his Munsters reboot Mockingbird Lane and also talked about NBC’s Hannibal.
Portia de Rossi has signed on to play Lily Munster in Mockingbird Lane, Bryan Fuller’s dramatic revival of the 1960s sitcom The Munsters.
NBC has signed The Defenders star Jerry O’Connell to play Herman Munster in Mockingbird Lane, a reimagining of the 1960s sitcom The Munsters from Bryan Fuller and Bryan Singer.
Pushing Daisies creator Bryan Fuller discusses his approach to NBC’s police procedural Hannibal, and why his and Bryan Fuller’s television reboot of Star Trek probably won’t get off the ground anytime soon.