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Bryan Fuller Producing 'Dead Girl' For Showtime

By Caillan
December 21, 2001 - 9:48 AM

Showtime yesterday announced it has ordered a two-hour pilot from former Voyager writer-producer Bryan Fuller, entitled 'Dead Girl.'

The series chronicles the adventures of an under-achieving 18-year-old girl who is killed in a freak accident and returns to Earth as a 'grim reaper,' Zap2it reported.

Her task is to remove the souls of people once they have died, but in the process she becomes entagled in the day-to-day lives of the people she vists. In this way, the girl learns the true meaning of life.

Showtime has ordered a two-hour pilot and several additional scripts for the series, which is to be produced by MGM Television Entertainment. If 'Dead Girl' is picked up, it could repleace the recently-canclled Showtime series Leap Years or Going to California.

Fuller has written for both Deep Space Nine and Voyager; he also served as executive story editor and co-producer on the latter series. His episodes included 'Empok Nor,' 'Living Witness,' 'Drone,' 'Barge of the Dead' and 'Flesh and Blood.'

The original article can be found here. Thanks to David Henderson at Discuss this news item at Trek BBS!
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