Black Mirror: Bandersnatch- Inside Netflix's Live-Action Interactive Experience

So it looks like the rumors were true: Charlie Brooker's latest Black Mirror: Bandersnatch is officially Netflix's first live-action interactive experience. Directed by David Slade  (American Gods, Hannibal) and starring Dunkirk's Fionn Whitehead, the Black Mirror "special event" dropped early Friday morning and follows computer programmer Stefan as he adapts childhood fantasy novel Bandersnatch into a video game. When things begin to change […]

American Gods Season 2: Neil Gaiman Tweets God Squad Pic, Video Confirms 2019 Premiere

Finally! The Rock…is coming back…to American Gods! With production on the second season of Starz's hugely successful American Gods adaption currently underway, author/executive producer Neil Gaiman tweeted out a behind-the-scenes video and self-described "God Squad" group pic that made one thing crystal clear to Gods fans: we're going to "The Rock" – and I'm not […]

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Mads Mikkelsen Wore a Fannibal Flower Crown at Silicon Valley Comic Con

Danish actor Mads Mikkelsen is the most recent gent to portray the fictional character Dr. Hannibal Lecter, and has arguably spent the most time (consecutively) portraying the not-so-good doctor. This is something of which Mikkelsen is highly aware, and boy-howdy does he know how to appease the rabid Hannibal fanbase (aka Fannibals). All photos in this piece […]

American Gods' Ricky Whittle, Yetide Badaki Update Season 2 at C2E2

After a rough couple of months that saw: FremantleMedia's highly publicized switch in showrunners from Bryan Fuller (Star Trek: Discovery) and Michael Green (Y: the Last Man) to Hannibal's Jesse Alexander; a contentious online exchange between author/executive producer Neil Gaiman and The Hollywood Reporter; and the departure of Gillian Anderson (The X-Files) and potential departure […]

American Gods: Jesse Alexander New Showrunner; Season 2 in 2019

After a contentious few months that saw Bryan Fuller and Michael Green leaving the series over presumed budget issues with production company Fremantle, The Hollywood Reporter is reporting exclusively that Hannibal's Jesse Alexander will be assuming showrunner responsibilities alongside author and executive producer Neil Gaiman on Starz's American Gods. Aside from Hannibal, Alexander has also […]

Did Bryan Fuller Exit American Gods for Anne Rice's Vampire Chronicles?

Fans of Anne Rice's The Vampire Chronicles were excited when the author announced in 2016 that she had reclaimed the rights to her novels, writing on her Facebook page at the time, "A television series of the highest quality is now my dream for Lestat, Louis, Armand, Marius, and the entire tribe." With Rice's son, novelist and columnist Christopher Rice, […]

Before They Were Gods: Our Halloween Edition With Ricky Whittle

For American Gods fans, it's still a very "plus/minus" time that's tough to reconcile. On the plus side, they feel great knowing that Starz renewed the series for a second season that's expected to begin filming January 2018. On the minus side, they find themselves stuck knee-deep in the long haul that is…The Wait Between […]

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An Interview With Gillian Anderson at New York Comic Con

(Editor's Note: Bleeding Cool staffer Danielle Mick reporting from New York Comic Con and speaking with X-Files star Gillian Anderson.) When I arrived for the X Files press room after a moment of fangirling, I was immediately blown away by Gillian Anderson's beauty and presence. She carried herself with an air of grace and importance, not […]

A BC October: Bryan Fuller On 'Hannibal' Murder NBC Wouldn't Allow

NBC's Hannibal was one of those shows that you had to keep reminding yourself was actually a network show, and not a product of a premium cable channel (HBO, Showtime) or streaming service (Netflix, Amazon). Originally running from 2013-2015, Bryan Fuller's take on FBI profiler Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) and cannibalistic serial killer Dr. Hannibal […]


The Weekly Static 08/18/17: A Look Back At The Past Week In TV Land

Welcome to the first (and hopefully not last) edition of The Weekly Static, a comedic (fingers, toes and every other available and cross-able body part crossed) look-back at the week that was in the land of television. The goal of The Weekly Static? Why, that's a simple three-point answer: (1) to offer commentary on roughly […]

Bryan Fuller Has Confirmed That Talks Have Begun For Hannibal Season 4

Hannibal was one of the best shows on television, period. Like most great television shows it didn't get its due and was canceled not long before it won a Saturn Award. Creator Bryan Fuller along with the extremely dedicated fanbase have never really given up hope that the series would return someday. Fuller has said […]

Bryan Fuller, Michael Green And Their 'Temple Of The (American) Gods'

Even with Starz's American Gods wrapping-up its highly-watched  and critically-acclaimed first season only a few weeks ago and Emmy buzz around the series continuing to grow, co-creators and showrunners Bryan Fuller and Michael Green are already at work on the show's ten-episode second season (expected to premiere in mid-2018). But even in the midst of […]

Bryan Fuller Is Evil And Teases A "Great Idea" For 'Hannibal' Season 4

Bryan Fuller you are an evil human being. The current showrunner for the fantastic American Gods was on the podcast Post Mortem with Mick Garris (quote via Entertainment Weekly). He spoke about an idea he has for season 4 of the beloved NBC show and how he is "excited" that they might get to return […]

Hugh Dancy Says Hannibal Might Return But Could Benefit From 4 Or 5 Year Break

There has been some talk circulating about Hannibal of late. It seems showrunner Bryan Fuller wants the show to return semi-infrequently for little mini-series around the characters. Well, Will Graham himself, Hugh Dancy doesn't seem adverse to the idea either, although he did say he might prefer it to be a couple years from now. […]

Showrunner Wants Hannibal Series To Continue As Occasional Mini-Series

Bryan Fuller's Hannibal was quite something. The series has an incredibly dedicated fan base, and while it never lit the viewing figures on fire, it survived for three good series. Still, many certainly wish there was more to the show to come despite it being cancelled. It seems Fuller agrees. Speaking on Blumhouse's Shock Waves Podcast (via ScreenCrush), […]