‘Hannibal’ serves up another course with its ninth episode of the series, “Trou Normand,” as Jack and Will's pursuit of a gruesomely artful killer (Lance Henriksen) takes an increasing toll on Will's psyche, while Abigail Hobbs (Kacey Rohl)'s decision to write a tell-all book threatens the relationship between she, Hannibal and Will.
Last week’s ‘Hannibal’ episode “Fromage” saw Will struggling both with the nature of his work and his relationship with Alana, while Hannibal confronted a fellow killer on his sloppy technique, so how does the ninth course of ‘Hannibal’ taste?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Hannibal’s latest episode, “Trou Normand!”
All this week we've attempted to allay fan concerns about the fate of NBC's Bryan Fuller-created 'Hannibal' series, whose season 2 renewal or cancellation won't arrive until some time after NBC's main upfront presentations. While the outlook remains good, we're hearing that both cable networks and the expanding Amazon have expressed an interest in picking up the series should NBC decline, so find out the future of NBC's 'Hannibal' inside!
While NBC's Upfront presentations have delivered conclusive renewal and cancellation reports, as well as fall scheduling placements, 'Hannibal' fans have noted the absence of either a season 2 announcement or a place on the schedule in the immediate future. NBC has yet to decide whether Bryan Fuller's darkly delicious 'Hannibal' will live to see a second season, but find out when the decision will be made inside!
‘Hannibal’ serves up another course with its sixth (technically seventh) episode of the series “Sorbet,” as Will and Jack continue to hunt for the Chesapeake Ripper, finding instead a copycat organ thief, while Hannibal prepares a dinner party and spends time with his own therapist ('The X-Files' Gillian Anderson).
Last week’s ‘Hannibal’ episode “Entrée” saw incarcerated killer Dr. Abel Gideon (Eddie Izzard) suddenly take credit for the Chesapeake Ripper murders, while Jack found himself haunted by the memory of trainee Miriam Lass (‘Veep‘s Anna Chlumsky), lost to the killer, so how does the seventh course of ‘Hannibal’ taste?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Hannibal’s latest episode, “Sorbet!”
A few weeks ago we heard the surprising news that 'Hannibal' creator Bryan Fuller had an eye on casting glam rock icon David Bowie as Hannibal's uncle should the NBC drama be granted a second season, but it seems Fuller has far more familiar faces in mind. Should NBC decide to serve 'Hannibal' a second course, Fuller will do his best to reunite the 'Pushing Daisies' cast by bringing in actors Lee Pace, Kristin Chenoweth and Anna Friel! Find out about the big 'Pushing Daisies' reunion on 'Hannibal' inside!
‘Hannibal’ serves up another course with its fifth (technically sixth) episode of the series “Entrée,” as incarcerated killer Dr. Abel Gideon (Eddie Izzard) suddenly takes credit for the Chesapeake Ripper murders, while Jack finds himself haunted by the memory of trainee Miriam Lass ('Veep's Anna Chlumsky), lost to the killer.
Last week’s ‘Hannibal’ episode “Coquilles” saw Will struggling to maintain his effectiveness in the face of a new “Angel-maker” killing spree, while Jack tried to identify what his wife (‘Firefly‘s Gina Torres) might be keeping from him, so how does the sixth episode of ‘Hannibal’ taste?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Hannibal’s latest episode, “Entrée!”
Though the Kickstarter fanfare of the 'Veronica Mars' movie seems to have died down, Bryan Fuller's cancelled ABC dramedy 'Pushing Daisies' remains along the frontrunners for fan-funded film treatment. When last we heard, the 'Hannibal' showrunner worried the prospect might prove too expensive, but new reports about the potential film's plot might just prove why a 'Pushing Daisies' movie would be difficult to get off the ground. See how 'Pushing Daisies' meets 'The Walking Dead' inside!
Unless you live in Utah, much of the fun of NBC's 'Hannibal' lies in identifying references and homages to both the classic film series and author Thomas Harris' Hannibal Lecter novels. That scavenger hunt will take a huge leap forward in this Thursday's all-new episode "Entrée," in which Will Graham pays a visit to an awfully familiar Baltimore state hospital! Comedian Eddie Izzard also stars, so how would you like a first look at the most delicious 'Hannibal' episode yet?
Oh, relax. Critics have been over the moon for NBC's darkly delicious Bryan Fuller drama 'Hannibal,' and while ratings have occasionally proven soft, most would agree 'Hannibal' has a good chance of returning for season 2. Less agreeable is that of infamous Utah broadcasting station KSL TV, which has flatly refused to air the NBC drama for its dark content. Find out about the latest 'Hannibal' scandal inside!
Though NBC's removal of last week's intended 'Hannibal' episode "Ceuf" over sensitive materials, and subsequent replacement with follow-up episode "Coquilles" had little impact on the narrative overall, fans of the series will no doubt seek to view the completed episode over NBC's truncated web-series version. Now the episode in its entirety has debuted online, so find out what's so shocking about NBC's 'Hannibal' "Ceuf" inside!
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