NBC, Bryan Fuller Remaking The Munsters
Time to move back into the Munster Mansion: NBC and Pushing Daisies creator Bryan Fuller are remaking the 1960s classic sitcom The Munsters, Entertainment Weekly reports.
NBC has ordered a pilot for the project, described as "Modern Family meets True Blood," according to EW. (So, funny and full of unsexy sex scenes?) Director Guillermo del Toro (Hellboy) is also said to be interested in a behind-the-scenes role.
Watch clips from The Munsters
The Munsters — which revolved around an average blue-collar American family who just happened to be monsters — aired from 1964-66 on CBS, running concurrently as ABC's spooky satire, The Addams Family. Shot in black and white, the show was canceled after Batman premiered in color. The show has since spawned several TV movies and the '80s series Munsters Today.
Pushing Daisies' Bryan Fuller heads to Syfy
The Munsters will be Fuller's second TV project this year: He's also adapting the sci-fi novel The Lotus Caves for Syfy.
An e-mail to NBC was not immediately returned.
Would you watch the remake? Which actors would you like to see play the Munsters?