Hannibal and Six Feet Under's Bryan Fuller is stepping back from his showrunner role on the upcoming Star Trek TV series, though he will still serve as executive producer.
Showrunner Bryan Fuller confirmed today that the new series "Star Trek Discovery" will be set between "Enterprise" and "The Original Series."
New details have been revealed about the main characters of CBS All-Access' upcoming "Star Trek" series.
CBR spotlights the gods you need to know before Starz's television adaptation from Bryan Fuller & Michael Green arrives on TV in 2017.
Key figures from "Star Trek's" five-decade history shared memories of the venerable sci-fi franchise’s profound influence on fans and popular culture.
Bryan Fuller was joined by William Shatner, Brent Spiner, Michael Dorn, Jeri Ryan and Scott Bakula for a discussion of the sci-fi franchise.
In celebration of "Star Trek's" 50th anniversary, a slew of familiar faces are set to attend a commemorative panel for the franchise at SDCC.
The "Star Trek" showrunner revealed more details about the new series' production.
Bryan Fuller is adding a "Star Trek" veteran to his writing staff for CBS All-Access' upcoming 2017 series.
CBS announced today that they will be boldly going to Toronto, Canada to film their new "Star Trek" series, which debuts in 2017.
Pegg opens up about the help he got from the fan wiki writers, the film's relationship to the upcoming TV series and more.
The "Hannibal" producer will return to his roots, serving as co-creator and showrunner of CBS's upcoming "Star Trek" series.
The Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman's fantasy novel aims to be "as detailed and integrated as the Marvel Universe is," teases co-showrunner Bryan Fuller.
The creator of the fan-favorite "Dead Like Me" and "Pushing Daisies" chats with SPINOFF about teaming with Steven Spielberg for a new "Amazing Stories," and his hopes for "Hannibal."
The director will reunite with "Hannibal" showrunner Bryan Fuller on the Starz adaptation of Neil Gaiman's acclaimed fantasy novel.
Stars Hugh Dancy and Richard Armitage joined executive producers Bryan Fuller and Martha De Laurentiis at Comic-Con for a celebration of the canceled NBC thriller.