The third season of Hannibal was initially to be about Hannibal Lecter as a fugitive in Europe, mirroring the Hannibal novel. With Bryan Fuller realizing that this would probably be the final season of Hannibal on NBC, with its future after that still unknown, he reduced this to about half the season so he could [...]Show More Summary
Earlier this week, Bryan Fuller gave Hannibal fans an early look at the show's first episode of the Red Dragon arc, featuring Richard Armitage as the Tooth Fairy/Red Dragon, at a Film Independent screening in Los Angeles. Here's what we learned. Expect to see a lot of Armitage as his character,... More »
The future of NBC's hit psychological-thriller TV drama series "Hannibal" is currently on a limbo. Despite the cancelation move from the network, executive Bryan Fuller believes that that there's still a lot of story to tell about the cannibalistic doctor.
41 Minutes of Comic Con’s HANNIBAL Panel!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! See? You don’t have to haul yourself down to San Diego’s Hall H to enjoy the Comic Con panels! “Hannibal” mastermind Bryan Fuller was joined by...Show More Summary
Though we may never see it on network television again following its last episode on NBC, Bryan Fuller?s lush interpretation of Hannibal will remain in our memories for ages for its disturbing imagery. But was it a murder scene that NBC once balked at? Nope. Click To Continue Reading
Hannibal Executive Producers Bryan Fuller and Martha De Laurentiis, along with cast members Hugh Dancy and Richard Armitage, were the featured guests for a Comic-Con 2015 panel on the second half of Hannibal’s third and final season....Show More Summary
While the future of Hannibal lingers in limbo, #Fannibals can still lick their lips in anticipation of the upcoming Red Dragon arc, which will purportedly take up the second half of the third season. Bryan Fuller’s gorgeous Grand Guignol reimagining of the Hannibal Lecter mythos will return to Thomas Harris’... More »
The show may be homeless, but Hannibal is alive and well, and more creepy than ever. At Comic-Con on Saturday, a panel that included the show's writer, Bryan Fuller, debuted a seriously intriguing glimpse of the remainder of the third season. See also: Warner Bros. Show More Summary
Executive producer Bryan Fuller has hopes for more "Hannibal" even on the small screen if the show's stars can find time in their schedule.
Bryan Fuller says they’re looking into it! Read more...
During the “Hannibal” panel at Comic-Con Saturday afternoon, showrunner Bryan Fuller divulged that the recently cancelled NBC series could have had a second life on Amazon. Amazon “would like to have done it,” Fuller said to a room full of Fannibals, according to The Hollywood Reporter. Show More Summary
Going into its final half-season, NBC’s recently canceled Hannibal isn’t pulling any punches. As revealed during this evening’s “Pannibal” at Comic-Con, Bryan Fuller’s blood-spattered critical darling is about to completely upset its...Show More Summary
The showrunner also revealed that Amazon wanted to do a fourth season — but their desire to do it quickly wasn't something that worked for its creative team. read more
Things are looking increasingly dire for BMD's favorite cannibal. Read more...
Unless Bryan Fuller has a Season 3 surprise ending, those #Hannigram dreams may be over.
Bryan Fuller makes the best television shows that no one is watching. His series all follow a similar trajectory: He makes a brilliant show, a small group of extremely loyal people love it, the critics rave. And then it gets canceled. It happened with “Pushing Daisies,” “Wonder Falls” and “Dead Like Me,” and “Hannibal” might […]
Bryan Fuller tweeted Tuesday that streaming players Amazon and Netflix declined to pick up Hannibal for a fourth season. (Fuller had previously told us that Netflix would not be able to pick up the show because of streaming rights.) NBC cut the show after three violently strange, avant-garde seasons. Hannibal didn't have... More »
'Hannibal' series creator Bryan Fuller reveals that Netflix and Amazon have passed on Season 4, but they are still exploring other options.
It seems that two of the first saviors we all thought of when Hannibal was cancelled - Amazon or Netflix - aren't in the Hannibal-saving biddness.
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