Twice a year, the Television Critic's Association holds a week-long series of panels with producers and network executives to preview what is on the slate.
Bad news for fans of the one-off special. NBC has officially given Bryan Fuller’s Mockingbird Lane the axe.
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If you are at all a fan of Fuller’s other projects, you won’t be disappointed by what you see in this reboot. According to Fuller and director Bryan Singer, the special combines the classic essence of The Munsters, with a new, more horrifying twist which shows the family actually doing monstrous things.
When I first heard that The Munsters was being rebooted for television, I groaned. While TV reboots tend to do better than film remakes, when NBC announced it would be a “darker, scarier” Munsters, I just lost all hope in the project. Then I watched it. And I loved it.
This Friday sees the premiere of Bryan Fuller's The Munsters reboot, Mockingbird Lane.
This year’s Halloween TV offerings are surprisingly slim. Most of the returning sitcoms are not doing new Halloween episodes, and a few of the new shows I wonder if they will be around by Halloween
As promised, Mockingbird Lane - Bryan Fuller's modern take on The Munsters - will air. But rather than going forward with a full series, NBC is opting to air the pilot as a one-hour Halloween special.
This evening, Deadline and Hollywood Reporter both posted articles saying that Bryan Fuller's The Munsters reboot, Mockingbird Lane, is "all but dead."