Warning: Hannibal final episode spoilers below! Hannibal‘s latest reincarnation on television might only have lasted for a mere three seasons before ending this past week, but creator Bryan Fuller’s avant-garde approach to Thomas Harris’ classic novels mean the series will have a shelf life longer than many of its more successful contemporaries. Show More Summary
This week we all plod forward, knowing that a new episode of Hannibal will never grace our TV screens again (they’re “looking into financing for a film,” says showrunner Bryan Fuller, but who knows how long that’ll take- if it takes at all). Show More Summary
Look, we’ve done the whole “Hannibal creator and showrunner Bryan Fuller is sadistically toying with the freshly cancelled show’s devoted audience, just like someone we know, ahem” thing before, but the man just can’t seem to help himself. Show More Summary
Bryan Fuller's "Hannibal" may have come to an end, but is a movie in the works in the future?
Hannibal, Bryan Fuller’s sublime take on everyone’s favorite man-eating serial killer, aired its last episode on Saturday. There are whispers about a follow-up movie, but until then fans will ponder a world where the critically acclaimed drama had won the popular audience it deserved. Show More Summary
Hannibal is over. Here’s a hankie to dry your tears. Oh, sorry, that one has blood on it, try this one instead. But what if… Hannibal wasn’t really over? What if there could be a movie? That’s the sort of thing that cold-hearted series...Show More Summary
This weeks marks our final critique of Hannibal, as after just three short seasons, Bryan Fuller’s baby is dead—presumably eaten in some sort of bourgeois stew. TV editor Erik Adams leaves more impressed—even going as far to say Mads...Show More Summary
On August 29, Bryan Fuller’s gory, critically-beloved Hannibal, adapted from the novels of Thomas Harris, left the airwaves, after being booted by NBC three innovative yet little-watched seasons in. Proponents of the gruesome series—and they are legion—are left to wonder what went wrong. Show More Summary
Bryan Fuller's brilliant Hannibal series might have come to an end on television this past weekend, but it's possible that we have not yet seen the end of the show's impressive continuity. As we learned back during San Diego Comic-Con,...Show More Summary
Welp, it’s time to hang up the amazing show that was NBC’s “Hannibal” as the third and final season has come to a close. Fans have been begging and pleading with nearly every network and streaming operation, such as Netflix and Amazon, to pick up the show and continue the story of Special Agent Will […]
Spoilers ahead for the season three finale of Hannibal. Hannibal fans: It’s all over, but what a ride we had. NBC declined to renew the show for another season, making the third season finale in effect a series finale — at least for now. Like Sherlock Holmes tumbling off of Reichenbach... More »
"I’m still hoping that we get to tell that story in some way," Fuller tells THR about a possible film continuation. "There is something in the novel Hannibal that has not been done in any of the adaptations and I would love to explore that." read more
In the previous episode Will and Jack (Laurence Fishbourne) put someone in harm's way in order to find Francis Dolarhyde also known as The Tooth Fairy killer. Meanwhile, showrunner Bryan Fuller talked about the ending of the series, "There will be a huge move for the show, and it will be as satisfying an ending as it would have been in the first two seasons."
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 »