When "Hannibal" returns for Season 2 this February, it will do so with a hungry zeal.
The macabre NBC drama returns in February and picks up right where we left off, with poor Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) behind bars, framed by the nefarious cannibal Dr. Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) for a series of murders. Read More > Other Links From TVGuide.com Hugh Dancy Mads Mikkelsen Grimm Hannibal
One of the best food shows of last year wasn’t really a food show at all. In fact, all of the food on it was stuff you’d never, ever want to eat. But the way Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) expertly crafts his meals and then plates them just so… our stomachs couldn’t help but rumble […]
Everyone’s favorite gourmet serial killer/psychiatrist, Hannibal Lecter, will slide into the post-Grimm timeslot (10/9C) currently occupied by Dracula on NBC’s Friday night schedule when that series completes its run in February. The Bryan Fuller series stars Hugh Dancy as gifted profiler Will Graham, Mads Mikkelsen as Dr. Show More Summary
"Hannibal" is gearing up for its second 13-episode season and, today, NBC has announced a February 28, 2014 premiere date. You can catch the return of Hugh Dancy's Will Graham and Mads Mikkelsen's Hannibal Lecter at 10pm ET/PT that night...Show More Summary
Having brought Hannibal Lecter and Dracula to television with some success, NBC’s now got its sights on another classic horror property. The Peacock is turning Rosemary’s Baby into a four-hour miniseries, to be directed by Agnieszka Holland (HBO’s The Wire, Europa Europa). Details on the new version, including how it’ll differ from Roman Polanski‘s iconic 1968 film, […]
In some crazy brief news, TVLine reports that “X-Files” fav Gillian Anderson, pictured below, will be back as Hannibal Lecter’s shrink in the first two episodes of Season 2. Eddie Izzard recently revealed his return. “Hannibal” will return in early 2014 with a 13-episode season... Read More
Halle Berry and screenwriter Jeffrey Caine (The Constant Gardener, GoldenEye), are teaming up to develop a miniseries about Hannibal, the legendary Carthaginian general famous for marching elephants through the Alps to invade Rome, and for loving it when a plan comes together. Show More Summary
Post by Rebecca Stokes. If The Real Housewives of Beverly Hills has been deliberately doling out only bite-sized morsels of Kim Richards this season is so that we might all more fully appreciate tonight's hearty-serving of excellence, then I applaud the efforts of all those involved. Show More Summary
Have you ever wondered why characters like Hannibal Lecter are so compelling? Almost despite ourselves, we’re drawn to them regardless of their deeply evil nature. But they have a charisma that’s born from an unshakeable sense of self-confidence. Show More Summary
Anthony Hopkins Sent Bryan Cranston a Fan Letter via Rickey.org Remember that time Hannibal Lecter sent Walter White a fan letter after binge-watching Breaking Bad? Yeah, that's now a thing that happened. The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor
Hannibal Lecter is just like us! In addition to enjoying his fava beans with a nice Chianti, Sir Anthony Hopkins also likes to spend his free time binge-watching entire TV series. His latest obsession? “Breaking Bad,” which just came to its dramatic conclusion a few weeks ago. Sir Anthony was apparently so impressed by the series [...]
What is it about Hannibal Lecter, Tony Soprano and Walter White that makes us root for them? How is it that a cannibalistic serial killer, a sociopathic mob boss, and a ruthless drug kingpin became the protagonists in three hugely successful...Show More Summary
Reviewed by Gordon Sullivan Quote: "Now that Hannibal Lecter is on prime-time network television, the serial killer has arrived."
After giving NBC the Hannibal Lecter they craved without all the off-putting Hannibal Lecter stuff, the network has rewarded its breakout freshman drama The Blacklist with a full season pickup after only two airings, guaranteeing a back-nine...Show More Summary
Thrillers usually live or die by their sinister villains. We adore memorable antagonists like Alan Rickman’s Hans Gruber, Gary Busey’s Mr. Joshua, and Anthony Hopkins’ charming Dr. Hannibal Lecter. Will Luca Calvani soon join their ranks? I know what you’re thinking. Show More Summary
If you’re one of those people who didn’t watch NBC’s Hannibal in its first season because you feared it would get cancelled A) you’re part of the problem and B) you missed out on the best network drama since, well, I can’t even remember the last time I felt compelled to watch a network drama. But don’t worry, this is just a wrist slap.
The entertainment industry is entranced by sequels, reboots and remakes, so it makes sense it would throw its arms around prequels. The last few years have seen the early days of Michael Meyers, Hannibal Lecter Norman Bates, and even the Wicked Witch of the West on the big screen, television and the stage, respectively. Show More Summary
In this week's episode of FX's The Bridge, viewers finally learn what happened to Sonya's (Diane Kruger) sister years ago, and about the "mistake" related to the case that brought Sonya and Hank (Ted Levine) together. "It's an interesting past, these two, in the way that they met, and it is a lot to be revealed," Levine tells TVGuide.com. Show More Summary
Today is an extraordinary day: Adriano and Ronaldo are off the hook as South American footballers with an for a bit of ill-advised nibble, and post-retirement Ronaldinho is probably safe too. Luis Suarez? Jury’s out. (Is that literal? Does he have an open court case right now? I don’t know.) Meet Edwin Hurtado, an Ecuadorian [...]