‘Y’ (The Last Man): Brian K. Vaughan Says “Very Good” News Is Coming Soon Regarding The TV Series

FX’s adaptation ‘Y’ based on Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s comic book ‘Y: The Last Man’ has had quite a struggle coming to the small screen.  In April, showrunners Aïda Mashaka Croal and Michael Green stepped down due to creative differences.  In June, it was announced that Eliza Clark (‘Animal Kingdom’, ‘Extant’, ‘The Killing’) had replaced them.  Since then, there hasn’t been much news, but Vaughan just revealed: “The show must go on!  I’m very pleased to say the series is in excellent hands with new showrunner Eliza Clark and her intimidating squad of all-stars. TV is goddamn hard, and if the last 17 years have taught co-creator Pia Guerra and me anything, it’s that our story is particularly challenging to adapt, so I’m very grateful to everyone who’s helped get Yorick & Co. this far, especially Michael Green and Aïda Croal. Anyway, stay tuned, very good (monkey) shit coming your way soon.” Vaughan and Guerra’s comic book series ran from 2002-08 and an adaptation of some sort has been in the works since 2007.  It was originally eyed as a potential film, or film series.  (Which would have been terrible.)  FX’s television adaptation has been in the works … Continue reading ‘Y’ (The Last Man): Brian K. Vaughan Says “Very Good” News Is Coming Soon Regarding The TV Series