Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller is bringing Amazing Stories back to TV

When NBC decided to cancel the critically acclaimed Hannibal (and no streaming service jumped in to save the day), the question became what would series mastermind Bryan Fuller dive into next? It turns out he’s keeping quite busy: along with the TV adaptation of American Gods, Entertainment Weekly reports that he’s also developing a new version of the classic anthology series Amazing Stories for NBC.

Created by Steven Spielberg, the original Amazing Stories served as a more family-friendly version of The Twilight Zone, telling hour-long fantasy and sci-fi tales in a weekly anthology format. It debuted in 1985 and ran for just two seasons, but was known for attracting some of the most prestigious filmmaking talent of its time. Martin…

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