The window to save Hannibal grows smaller with each passing day, leaving fans particularly anxious of the upcoming Comic-Con 2015 panel, which may prove the show’s last. That fate grows only more grim today, as Bryan Fuller confirms both Amazon and Netflix have passed on a fourth season.
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Hannibal fans have had an easy enough time keeping hope alive after NBC’s cancellation, what with universal praise and the potential for networks like Amazon to negotiate another course, but has time officially run out? Options on Hannibal’s cast have officially expired, making the ravenously-desired Season 4 renewal a much trickier prospect.
The shock of Hannibal’s NBC cancellation never quite set in, if only by seeming assurance another network would quickly devour a chance to produce Season 4. Now, series creator Bryan Fuller dissects the chances of Hannibal moving to Netflix or Amazon, when we might finally meet Clarice Starling, and how far the series might last overall.
Netflix made its first original film acquisition a few months ago with Cary Fukunaga’s Beasts of No Nation, which will also mark the company’s first theatrical release. Following in their footsteps, Amazon has also stepped their game up, acquiring the distribution rights to the upcoming film Elvis and Nixon, starring Michael Shannon and Kevin Spacey.
The cancellation of NBC’s Hannibal left us shocked, shocked (well, not that shocked), though given the climate of revivals and rescues, it seemed resoundingly likely the darkly delicious drama might find a new home. Now, series creator Bryan Fuller and producers are on the hunt for a new network, while long-standing rights issues with Clarice Starling may have impacted Season 4’s chances.
If you’ve shelled out for an Amazon Prime subscription, then you’ve got some great new stuff to look forward to in July — several new movie and TV titles are hitting their Instant Video service. From old classics to new favorites, there’s something for everyone. Read on for our guide to the new Amazon Prime Instant Video selections coming in July.
We’d all but forgotten that cinema icon Woody Allen had signed to develop his first-ever TV series for Amazon streaming, and the director apparently wishes we had. A new interview sees Allen candidly admitting complete regret toward signing onto the series, as well that Amazon could be “crushed with disappointment” at the results in 2016.
If you’ve got one of those nifty Prime subscriptions, their Instant Video service is one of the great reasons to take advantage of it. Each month, Amazon releases a new batch of titles available to stream for subscribers, and June brings a handful of great classics along with a few more recent favorites. Read on for our guide to Amazon’s new Prime Instant Video releases for June.
With so many new titles heading to Netflix Instant each month, it’s sometimes easy to neglect your Amazon Prime subscription. Amazon also offers a wealth of new streaming titles free to subscribers each month, and May’s releases offer a handful of classics, new favorites and a few TV shows you’ve been meaning to catch up on. Read on for our guide to the new releases hitting Amazon Prime Instant Video in May.
Here’s your monthly reminder to take advantage of that swanky Amazon Prime subscription. In addition to all the great titles hitting Netflix Instant next month, Amazon Prime is also offering up a batch of new viewing options on their Instant Video streaming service. From old favorites to new, read on for our guide to the new Amazon Prime Instant Video releases arriving in April.