Bryan Fuller still wants to bring back Pushing Daisies for a movie, and he’s already got the plot down.
It’s no secret that Bryan Fuller wants to bring Star Trek back to TV -- with Bryan Singer no less. Not only that, but Fuller already knows who he’d want as captain!
The schedule at Syfy couldn't be more star-studded this fall, with Ron Moore, Bryan Fuller and Robert Zemeckis all prepping series for the network.
It only lasted two seasons, and has been off the air for about four years, but fan love has yet to wane for Bryan Fuller’s quirky little TV series Pushing Daisies.
With the Kickstarter craze now in full swing, could the next project to get a second lease on life be Bryan Fuller's beloved series Pushing Daisies?
Check out the first creepy trailer for Bryan Fuller's new Hannibal series.
It's taken years to get here, but we finally know the fate of Bryan Fuller's Mockingbird Lane series. So what's next for the long-delayed Munsters reboot?
The intriguing pilot for Bryan Fuller's (Pushing Daisies, Dead Like Me) modern day reboot of The Munsters came and went as a TV-movie a few weeks ago—but it turns out Mockingbird Lane was originally a lot darker than what made it to screen.
We finally learned last week, after months of waiting, that the pilot for NBC's Munsters reboot Mockingbird Lane would get the one-off Halloween special treatment rather than a full series pickup. But according to creator Bryan Fuller, it's not over yet, and you'll think so too after you see the special.
Hot on the heels of those awesome Mockingbird Lane official pics, NBC has released the first footage from that Munsters reboot and it looks ... well, actually pretty darn fantastic.