The most important thing you need to know about this episode of Hannibal is that Hannibal Lecter gets beat up. A lot.I mean, other stuff happens too, but that's really the most significant thing. And the beat down comes courtesy of Jack, so he's basically my hero now. But anyway...
Watch Alana Bloom and Mason Verger track down where Hannibal Lecter is hiding.
The "Geek's Guide to the Galaxy" panel discusses the cancellation of NBC's show about Hannibal Lecter. The post Hannibal Is Dead, and It’s All NBC’s Fault appeared first on WIRED.
We all mourned the news that Hannibal was cancelled by NBC. But while we eagerly await more from Bryan Fuller (who suggested a second life may be in store ), we still have several episodes left of what’s been a delicious third season thus far. And last night’s “Aperitivo” did not disappoint. Read more...
Will Graham forgave Hannibal for gutting him, but not all Lecter's victims want to do the same.
Dr. Hannibal Lecter will be serving his last meal at NBC in August. NBC has announced that the series will not return for a fourth season after it completes its 13-episode Season run two months from now.
HANNIBAL LECTER : Hello, Will, I’m so glad you’ve come. WILL GRAHAM : Evening, Doctor Lecter. HANNIBAL : Have you had breakfast? I was just about to make some eggs and huma—forgive me, I meant to say ham. Wink wink. WILL : I don’t think...Show More Summary
Hannibal Lecter's reign of terror is over at NBC. The network and executive producer Bryan Fuller announced on Monday that the series will not be renewed for a fourth season. The series will finish its Season 3 run on Thursdays at 10 p.m. Show More Summary
Hannibal’s third season will be its last on NBC. Multiple sources are reporting that the network has declined to order a fourth season of Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal Lecter adaptation, which managed to defy low ratings and the laws of standards and practices until this afternoon. Show More Summary
WHO’S HUNGRY? Seriously, after “Secondo,” I may never eat anything but peanut butter sandwiches for the rest of my life. While Hannibal cooks his way though Italy, Will travels to his dearest frenemy’s ancestral home, and another season two survivor shows his face. Spoilers await! Read more...
A visit to Lecter Castle.
In episode three of the third season of Hannibal, Will goes looking for insight about Hannibal Lecter by visiting his childhood home, and while the cannibalistic doctor might not be there, the place isn't totally abandoned. Meanwhile, Hannibal murders another dinner guest!
Is Will Graham alive? The question lurked around the edges of the season three premiere of Hannibal, at least in the minds of Lecter and Bedelia. You and I, of course, knew that scrappy fella was alive, because as much as we love Hannibal, there’s no Hannibal without Will. But how did he survive? Read more...
Last night's "Primavera" episode got back to the body horror of previous seasons. The post Hannibal GIF and a Graf: Dr. Lecter’s Got a Broken Heart appeared first on WIRED.
Last week saw the amazing season 3 premiere of Hannibal. After being discovered and going on the run, Hannibal Lecter and his lady-friend/doctor, Bedelia Du Maurier eventually settled in Europe. Hannibal got himself a nice little job working as a curator for a museum (thanks to a rather timely dinner party), Bedelia was going a […]
Will Graham may have been missing in action in the season three premiere episode of Hannibal, but this episode more than makes up for it by featuring Will and his international search for Dr. Lecter.
Last year, the second season finale of Hannibal pulled out all the shocks: Not only is Dr. Lecter anticipating an FBI ambush, but he’s so far ahead of the feds that he’s arranged an escape alongside Will Graham and… Abigail Hobbs? Who...Show More Summary
Crimes of passion and crimes of gastronomy are often inextricable. Consider some of the scandals that have made headlines just during the past month: “Cinnamon Bun Argument Escalates, Myrtle Beach Woman Charged With Attempted Murder,”...Show More Summary
With Hannibal season three shifting gears as Dr. Lecter goes on the lam in Europe, NBC doesn’t need to hold onto all of those old bloodied suits, knives, and other weird stuff it’s got in storage. So instead of leaving it there to creep...Show More Summary
One of the most interesting aspects of NBC's "Hannibal" is the incredible amount of attention paid to the meals prepared by the show's titular character. We all know Dr. Hannibal Lecter is a cannibal, but the series presents his obsession in a new light by presenting the man as a master of the culinary arts as opposed to a human-eating savage. Show More Summary