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FX "Pretty Optimistic" About Y: The Last Man TV Show

Written by Tim Midura on Thursday, January 18 2018 and posted in News with Benefits
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The network previously tapped Michael Green to showrun the adaptation.


Source: TV Guide

FX CEO John Landgraf gave TV Guide, which is still a thing apparently, an update on their adaptation of Y: The Last Man and the future is looking bright. 

"[We feel] pretty optimistic, not quite at a final decision point," Landgraf told TV Guide at the Television Critics Association winter press tour. "But we got a script I really like, a draft we really like recently. Michael is available, because he's not involved in American Gods [anymore]."

The Michael in question is Michael Green, former showrunner of American Gods. Both Green and co-showrunner Bryan Fuller left the Starz show in November 2017 over budget disputes, thus freeing him up to showrun Y: The Last Man.

Aside from American Gods, Green's credits in 2017 alone included Logan, Murder on the Orient Express, Alien: Covenant, and Blade Runner 2049.





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