‘Superman’ Director Bryan Singer To Helm TV ‘Munsters’ Reboot

The news was just announced that Bryan Singer, noted director of superhero movies, is going to revive the populat ’60s sitcome The Munsters for NBC. The twist? Singer’s version will be a "a visually spectacular one-hour drama," according to Deadline. Because nothing says "drama" quite like the eyebrows of Grandpa Munster Al Lewis

If The Munsters looks anything like Singer’s previous forray into television, the criminally underrated Pushing Daisies, it’s bound to pick up a following because, let’s face it: shows about a family of misfits always seems to find a niche on television

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