Bryan Fuller revealed that the Season 3 premiere of 'Hannibal' takes place in four different time periods, while confirming two directors. [...]
Fans of the hit psychological thriller TV drama series "Hannibal" might need to review the events of the past seasons as recent news indicated that the upcoming third chapter of the show will be filled with time jumps.
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Just as a serial killer’s modus operandi can evolve over time, Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller has grown bored of tormenting fans with casting news about the show’s forthcoming third season and has moved onto tweeting tantalizing details about the new directorial hires. Show More Summary
Hannibal Season 3 begins on June 4, and now series creator Bryan Fuller is offering up some details on the new batch of episodes. First up, he has revealed a couple of the directors for this season. One is returning helmer Vincenzo Natali, who directs the first three episodes of Season 3. Show More Summary
Fans of NBC's "Hannibal" rejoice. The wait will soon be over. June 4...that's when "Hannibal" serves out season 3 of the best damn horror show on TV (in my opinion). I've got my calendar marked and my reservations made, and I can't wait to see what Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen) will be serving up this season!... Read More...
Huge Hannibal news has dropped! In anticipation for the third season this June, series creator Bryan Fuller made a series of tweets last night that revealed three exciting tidbits of information. First he revealed that the Hannibal season premiere is set over four time periods: Next he revealed that Vincenzo Natali (Cube) will be directing […]
“Hannibal” continues his reign of terror in its third (and final) season on June 4, 2015. Created by Bryan Fuller and produced by the Dino De Laurentiis Company, the series stars Mads Mikkelsen, Hugh Dancy, Laurence Fishburne and Gillian Anderson. Richard Armitage was recently cast to portray serial killer Francis Dolarhyde, a.k.a “The Tooth Fairy.” […]
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‘Are You Here To Take Someone From Him??’ Teaser For Season Three Of Bryan Fuller’s HANNIBAL!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! While seasons one and two were bound tightly together chronologically, the third leaps ahead...Show More Summary
Showrunner Bryan Fuller said at Comic-Con in July that Hannibal would pick up a year after the brutal events of the Season 2 finale, and now here’s our first look at the upcoming third season of NBC’s grisly drama. The dark and eerie images foretell more mayhem as Will Graham and Dr. Show More Summary
"Hannibal" fans rejoice, because Will Graham's wife Molly Foster has been cast.As Bryan Fuller promised Zap2it, the woman who captures Will's heart will be introduced in Season 3. TVLine reveals Broadway vet Nina Arianda booked the part...Show More Summary
Just when you didn’t think Hannibal could get any better, the Bryan Fuller series — which is blessedly in its third season — goes and casts Richard Armitage (AKA Thorin Oakenshield). Armitage will appear in six-episodes, starting with 3×08, as serial-killer Francis Dolarhyde, known by his moniker the Tooth Fairy. Show More Summary
Bryan Fuller's "Hannibal," which has managed to survive two seasons on NBC despite its relatively low ratings and its often-sickening gore, is a treat for Hannibal Lecter fans and horror-movie buffs alike.
If you're an avid watcher of Bryan Fuller's Hannibal (as we are), then we have some bad news: Michael Pitt, who plays the psychopathic rich kid Mason Verger, won't be back. That doesn't mean his character is gone, though. TV Line reports that Joe Anderson (pictured here), who comes to... More »
Another year in the books, everyone! This week, Vulture will be publishing our critics' top-ten lists. Enjoy. 1. Hannibal (NBC)Bryan Fuller’s TV adaptation of Thomas Harris’s fiction is a total vision — mournfully expressionist, shockingly violent, and strangely tender. Virtually alone among television dramas, network or cable, it demands that... More »
The dream of the "Pushing Daisies" movie is still alive and strong. After first revealing that he wanted to Kickstart a movie back in March 2013, Bryan Fuller confirms to Zap2it that he's still fighting the good fight to resurrect his...Show More Summary
Oh Bryan Fuller, how we love you. In addition to giving us beautiful works of television like "Hannibal" and "Pushing Daisies" and "Dead Like Me," you also always give a killer interview.The showrunner recently spoke with Complexabout...Show More Summary
So it turns out the operative word in Bryan Fuller's loose adaptation of The Lotus Caves, the TV pilot-turned-TV movie High Moon, is not the word "moon." It's "high," as in "everyone who worked on this show was clearly high." Read more...