The long-simmering Y: The Last Man TV show is still underway at FX, with network chairman John Landgraf saying it's "going well" despite the showrunners exiting and a "big reboot" of the project.
"We’ve seen five, six scripts. We haven’t scheduled it because it hasn’t gone into production," Landgraf said at a Television Critics Association event (via Deadline). "We changed showrunners and did a big reboot on it. But that seems to be going well."
That "big reboot" would be original showrunners Aida Mashaka Croal and Michael Green exiting the show in April 2019, following filming of a pilot that previous August. Eliza Clark was hired in June as a replacement showrunner. Langdraf didn't specify if the pilot would be reshot due to the creative changes.
In early 2019, FX announced that Y: The Last Man would debut in 2020.