Bryan Fuller Departs “Amazing Stories” Reboot

In what has become an all too common bit of phrasing, beloved TV series producer Bryan Fuller has exited one of his series – in this case the “Amazing Stories” reboot in development at Apple.

“Bones” producer Hart Hanson, who had partnered with Fuller, has also exited the anthology drama with Universal Television now searching for a showrunner. Fuller’s departure is said to be amicable and due to creative differences.

Fuller, who became attached in late 2015, reportedly wanted to do a “Black Mirror”-type show, which sources say is not what Apple had in mind.

The departure comes after Fuller and Michael Green were fired from Starz’ “American Gods” after one season following a budget dispute, and after Fuller was asked to step down from “Star Trek: Discovery” over issues with budget, casting and more.

Fuller is now working with Paramount Television to adapt Anne Rice’s “Vampire Chronicles” to the screen.

Source: The Live Feed