Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller also adapted a classic novel of extraterrestrial discovery for television — and tonight, we'll get our one and only chance to see High Moon. But also, two incredibly weird comedians are bringing you a new spin on the Twilight Zone. And that's not all television has in store for you this…
Many moons ago, Bryan Fuller (Hannibal and Pushing Daisies) developed a TV adaptation of John Christopher's The Lotus Caves for Syfy. Alas, the pilot never made it to the small screen, until now. Syfy is finally airing their lost Lotus Caves adaptation titled High Moon.
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Pushing Daisies' Bryan Fuller is rumored to be adapting John Christopher's novel The Lotus Caves for Syfy. No word whether it's a miniseries or ongoing series, but we'd love to see Fuller's take on a futuristic Moon colony. [Entertainment Weekly]