Michael Green and Bryan Fuller have chose to leave the Starz drama, American Gods, as its showrunners. The reason why Fuller and Green have exited the series hasn't been confirmed yet, though Deadline reports it is because of the series' budget.
A source revealed that the duo's budget was already nearing $10 million per episode. Their report also says that more than half of season two's scripts have been written and that Neil Gaiman himself may come on as a co-showrunner. Mr. Wednesday seeks to build a coalition of Old Gods to defend their existence in this new America, and reclaim some of the influence that they've lost. "I'm showrunning Good Omens in the United Kingdom until next year, then retiring from showrunning and going back to writing novels for a living". Fuller is also known for his work on Hannibal, Pushing Daisies and Star Trek: Discovery. He will next focus on the Amazing Stories reboot series for Apple; Green is writing a sequel to Murder on the Orient Express.
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Starz no doubt expects that after an initially larger break, things will run a little more smoothly, but there's every chance that "American Gods" could lose momentum altogether without Bryan Fuller calling the shots. The first season premiered in April and wrapped up in June. The premiere for Season 2 is expected to take place sometime next year.
"In her review of the first season for Variety, critic Sonia Saraiya wrote, "['American Gods'] is a sprawling, lovely show that is fascinating, brilliantly executed, and rather hard to follow.
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