This season of Hannibal is going to be more disgusting and more dark than the last. Eating food while watching this show is at the risk of your own stomach. The darker it gets, the more intriguing it becomes as Bryan Fuller pulls the audience into Will’s and Hannibal’s descents into madness. Watching this episode, I […]
Hannibal Episode 202 “Sakizuke” Written By: Jeff Vlaming and Bryan Fuller Directed By: Tim Hunter Original Airdate: 7 March 2014 In This Episode… The “mosaic man” victim, Roland Umber, wakes to find himself in this hideous pile of bodies. Show More Summary
Every week of its second season, series showrunner and developer Bryan Fuller will be talking with The A.V. Club about that week’s episode of Hannibal, in a more spread-out version of our Walkthrough feature. This week, we’re talking with him about the second season’s second episode, “Sakizuki.” The A.V. Show More Summary
Hannibal the cannibal is back for a second course on NBC. The visually stunning series by executive producer Bryan Fuller had its second season premiere last Friday, Feb. 28, (and the first season was recently made available on Amazon...Show More Summary
Hannibal is not a show for everybody; it takes a particularly morbid person to love this show. I love this show. Bryan Fuller makes such beautiful shows. Hannibal is beautiful, but the darkest beauty one has ever known. I am over the moon that it is back on after teetering on the edge of one and done […]
Hannibal Episode 201 “Kaiseki” Written By: Bryan Fuller & Steve Lightfoot Directed By: Tim Hunter Original Airdate: 28 February 2014 In This Episode… What looks like a quiet dinner between Jack and Hannibal turns into a brutal fight to the death. Show More Summary
Bryan Fuller's Lecter show has returned and all is right with the world. (Unless you're Will Graham.)
Every week of its second season, Bryan Fuller will be talking with The A.V. Club about that week’s episode of Hannibal, in a more spread-out version of our Walkthrough feature. This week, we’re talking with him about the second-season premiere, “Kaiseki.” The A.V. Show More Summary
After a terrific first season and a terribly long wait, Hannibal returns to NBC tonight with a highly anticipated second helping. Fans of Bryan Fuller?s take on Thomas Harris? iconic character have been starving for more ever since the taste of his inspired adaptation left their mouths. Show More Summary
Showrunner Bryan Fuller talks with SPINOFF about Hannibal Lecter's ongoing bromance, his motivations and what's in store for poor Will Graham in "Hannibal" S2.
NBC's Hannibal was far from a ratings powerhouse in its freshman season. But it quickly established itself as one of the most visually and emotionally compelling dramas on television, achieving a level of aesthetic and narrative poise that one rarely finds outside of cable. Show More Summary
Hannibal returns for season 2 with Will behind bars for killings that he didn't do, while Hannibal sort of takes his place with the FBI. That creates an interesting dynamic, since Will is aware of what happened to him.
Bryan Fuller, executive producer of the NBC show Hannibal, told the Salt Lake Tribune the Salt Lake City NBC affiliate’s decision not to run his show doesn’t hurt his feelings. “Well, because they had yanked other things that were less offensive, I didn’t take it quite as personally,” Fuller said. Show More Summary
The first season of Bryan Fuller?s Hannibal wasn?t just one of the best new series last year, it was one of the best series on the small-screen, period. Although some were not initially taken with the idea of Thomas Harris? 'Red Dragon'...Show More Summary
Soon, the "fannibals" of Bryan Fuller's NBC drama will be able to dress like, smell like and even decorate like Thomas Harris' famed serial killer. read more
NBC Orders 13 More Episodes Of Tim Kring’s HEROES!! Read the full article on AICN I am – Hercules!! Huh! In truth I only enjoyed “Heroes” when Bryan Fuller was working on it. (Coincidentally, Fuller is my guest on the “Nerd World Report” radio program tonight. Show More Summary
HERCULES ON THE RADIO!! Ain’t It Cool’s TV Critic Chats Up HANNIBAL Mastermind Bryan Fuller!! Plus Learn What Herc Thinks Of Tomorrow’s TRUE DETECTIVE, Next Week’s JUSTIFIED And More!! Listen And Call In LIVE Saturday 10pm PT / Sunday...Show More Summary
Everyone's favorite mystery-solving, pie-making, dead-rising dreamboat might finally be back!
Pushing Daisies, an American dark-comedy television series originally created by Bryan Fuller, Pushing Daisies Might Become A Broadway Musical - -
Bryan Fuller's whimsical ABC drama Pushing Daisies could be headed for the Broadway stage as a musical. ‘Pushing Daisies’ Could Be Headed to Broadway first appeared on Rickey.org • The Voice • American Idol • The X Factor