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Maybe they're caving and letting Fuller come back. The timeline was their big issue with him - he wanted more.

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4 hours ago, Chris B said:

I still say Fuller is out due to CBS having a different creative vision. 

 

Very possible. But at the same time, the story he and the network have both gone with is "I wanted to take too much time and they wanted it out soon", which is what I also heard from a friend. He is a notorious perfectionist during production and post on style, music, editing, etc. Now they have even more time, the new showrunners haven't really spoken once, and all recent Discovery questions keep being routed by the press to Bryan Fuller, the man who left in October. I just find it very curious, especially since CBS was initially desperate to keep anyone from knowing he'd quit outright until he confirmed it a month later.

 

The funny part is the rationale suggesting they want to keep people from being confused while Sonequa Martin-Green is still on TWD. Yeah, right.

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I just went on the Star Trek: The Cruise (cruise)... Lolita Fatjo (part of the writing team for TNG, DS9, and VOY) said that she knows the creative team in charge of this new series and she 100% believes the new series is in good hands, with strong Trek fans (unlike the new movies).  I'm hopeful...

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Sonequa Martin-Green, Jason Isaacs, Michelle Yeoh, Doug Jones and more of the cast at a birthday dinner for James Frain (Sarek):

 

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