Bryan Fuller and Michael Green exit American Gods season 2 as showrunners

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The new head apparently was looking to impose budget cuts for American Gods' second season.

Michael Green and Bryan Fuller, the masterminds behind Starz's American Gods, have exited the big-budget drama series.

Variety reports that the duo left after "clashing with producer FremantleMedia over budget and creative direction".

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Fuller is working on other projects, including Apple's Amazing Stories.

Gaiman responded via Twitter that he has no intention of stepping in to run the series in Fuller and Green's stead. The decision comes a year after Fuller exited his role as showrunner on CBS' "Star Trek: Discovery" amid multiple production delays. It's a world where magic is real, where the Old Gods fear both irrelevance and the growing power of the New Gods, like Technology and Media. Reportedly, more than half of the second season's scripts have been written.

Fuller and Green created the adaptation of Neil Gaiman's 2001 award-winning novel and served as executive producers/showrunners on the show, which debuted this past spring and earned a quick Season 2 renewal.

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Starz boss Chris Albrecht previously said he saw "no end in sight" for the series, which stars Ricky Whittle and Ian McShane. Starz senior vice presidents of original programming Marta Fernandez and Ken Segna are the executives in charge.

It's unclear how many episodes, if any, of Season 2 is complete, though the writers' room has been active for several months, since at least August. There's a narrator who never is introduced, a series of gods who do not take the trouble to introduce themselves, and a sense of electric possibility in a landscape that is otherwise boring beyond belief.

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