Y: The Last Man's showrunners have quit, adding to its endless list of setbacks

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News— Here at The A.V. Club, we’ve seen countless TV shows and movies that get stuck in development hell and never manage to make any actual forward progress. FX’s adaptation of Y: The Last Man was one of these projects, having been in development for nearly a decade, but back in February we reported that—against all odds—the show had actually received a series order and was really going to happen for real. It was a nice surprise for fans of the book, and it was definitive proof that just about any...

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TVLine—Y: The Last Man Showrunners Exit FX Adaptation Due to Creative Differences. There’s been a shakeup behind the scenes at Y: The Last Man, FX’s forthcoming adaptation of Brian K. Vaughan and Pia Guerra’s comic book series. Co-showrunners Michael Green (American Gods) and Aïda Mashaka Croal (Marvel’s Luke Cage) announced Monday that they have parted ways with the project, which snagged a series order from the cabler [

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