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‘Amazing Stories’ Executive Producer Hart Hanson Out After Bryan Fuller Exits Apple TV Reboot

Fuller stepped down as showrunner earlier on Wednesday over creative differences

Following the departure of showrunner Bryan Fuller, Hart Hanson has quit as executive producer of Apple’s “Amazing Stories,” an individual with knowledge tells TheWrap.

Like Fuller, Hanson exited the project because of creative differences, though the split is said to be amicable. Hanson’s departure was expected, as the “Bones” creator had been brought in to partner with Fuller on the show.

The anthology series, a reboot of the 1985-1987 NBC series created by Steven Spielberg, received a 10-episode straight-to-series order at Apple last year as part of a deal between Spielberg’s Amblin Television, Apple and Universal TV.

Fuller was to serve as executive producer alongside Amblin’s Darryl Frank and Justin Falvey. He was also set to write, though he had not delivered a script to Apple before his exit.

The Hollywood Reporter first reported Hanson’s exit from “Amazing Stories.”