With an immensely successful career spanning almost three decades, Brannon Braga is a Peabody Award-winning and Emmy-nominated writer, director and producer that has established himself as one of the most revered genre television creators. He is perhaps best known for being one of the key creative forces of the “Star Trek” franchise series, for which he wrote or co-wrote more episodes than any other writer and received an Emmy nomination. He went on to produce and direct the award-winning “Cosmos: A Spacetime Odyssey,” which earned him a Peabody Award, PGA Award and two additional Emmy nominations, and created WGN America’s first-ever drama series “Salem.” He is currently an Executive Producer on HULU’s Emmy-nominated space adventure series “The Orville” and the upcoming installment to the Cosmos franchise “Cosmos: Possible Worlds,” which he also co-wrote and directed. Braga is making his feature directorial debut with the anticipated film Books of Blood, which he also wrote and executive produced, that will be released on Hulu October 7. The psychological thriller was inspired by Clive Barker’s acclaimed books of the same name and takes viewers on a journey through the telling of 3 of the tales originally told by Barker.