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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


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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