The circumstances leading up to Bryan Singer getting mixed up with NBC-TV and doing such an asinine project as a "Munsters" remake would make great fodder for the study of those who sink so low in Hollywood from where there is no return. It's a safe bet that there won't be any "snapping rubber band" effect in Bryan Singer's career after doing "The Munsters" for NBC-TV. I mean, it's a safe bet that he won't bounce back to doing movies with Tom Cruise after doing "The Munsters." The only career option left for Bryan Singer after doing such a tacky project will be to be Shadoe Stevens substitute announcer on "Craig Ferguson", or the substitute voice for "Geoff."
"The Munsters" remake on NBC-TV will be another one of those disposable projects thrown together by the network on the order of the "Bionic Woman" and "Knight Rider" remakes. A half dozen episodes at the most and cancelled after a thousand pre-emptions. The six episodes dumped on a single DVD along with a DVD box set re-release of the actual "Munsters" series from 1966.
I wonder if Universal Studios / NBC-TV realize how often they waste their time with stupid ass projects such as this. Projects so asinine, idiotic, and unnecessary; that it is inevitable that the majority of the viewing public always end up paying such projects no mind.
The Bryan Singer - NBC-TV partnership is gearing up to be as underwhelming and boring as the Ronald D. Moore - SyFy Channel partnership. The end result being appointment television not in the making, to be avoided at all costs.