FX CEO John Landgraf reveals why “Y: The Last Man”, a fan favorite, was canceled after only one season. “Y: The Last Man” had already been in the works for significantly longer than many other shows on television when it finally appeared
A cinematic version of “Y: The Last Man” could have gone horribly wrong in a number of ways. The idea of Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s acclaimed comic sounds perfect for the Golden Age of television in theory (or at least
Early reactions to “Y: The Last Man” has been overwhelmingly positive, hailing the tv show as a trans-inclusive version. Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s popular graphic novel series was originally purchased by New Line Cinema in 2007 with the intention of
The television series “Y: The Last Man” will air on Hulu on September 13th. The show is based on a 60-issue comic book of the same name that ran from 2002 to 2008. So, here are some “Y: The Last Man” facts
It’s no surprise that Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s comics series “Y: The Last Man” was picked up for a TV adaptation, given the dramatic increase in page-to-screen adaptations over the last decade. It offers an immediately enticing hook: What happens
While the live-action Y: The Last Man series is set to premiere on FX on Hulu shortly, the iconic Vertigo comic still leaves a lot of unanswered mysteries.
FX chairman John Landgraf and showrunner Eliza Clark have described how Y: The Last Man has been modernized for today’s world, including covering a wide variety of gender identity, as a take on the classic ‘last man on Earth’ premise. Y: The
Ben Schnetzer and Diane Lane star in a new teaser for the upcoming post-apocalyptic series Y: The Last Man, launched by FX networks. The new teaser focuses on the mystery of Yorick Brown’s survival as the surviving women strive to figure out
Let’s break down the action, drama, and politics from crucial moments in the debut trailer for FX on Hulu’s TV version of Y: The Last Man.
FX’s adaptation of comic book series Y: The Last Man on Hulu has a new trailer. It shows the beginning of the post-apocalyptic future. Y: The Last Man television series was originally inspired by the comic book series of that name. The
Do you recognize the characters in the new poster? Finally, they’re building up some tension. The new poster for the future Y:The Last Man series looks epic. The poster suprisingly represents its characters in silhouette format, but it is easy to recognize