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!
Moderate though the ratings may be, we're extremely eager to see NBC's 'Hannibal' granted an additional season, especially after all the pickups the network handed out today. So while the first season bleeds on, would you believe that series creator Bryan Fuller wants music legend David Bowie to play a major role in 'Hannibal' season 2? Find out if Ziggy Stardust will end up on a plate inside!
‘Hannibal’ serves up another course with its fourth (technically fifth) episode of the series “Coquilles,” as Will struggles to maintain his effectiveness in the face of a new "Angel-maker" killing spree, while Jack struggles to identify what his wife ('Firefly's Gina Torres) might be keeping from him.
Last week’s ‘Hannibal’ episode “Potage” saw Will Graham Abigail Hobbs (Kacey Rohl) awaken from her coma, placing Will and Hannibal in the difficult position of determining her involvement in her father’s murders, so how the fifth episode of ‘Hannibal’ taste?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Hannibal’s latest episode, “Coquilles!”
Yesterday we caught our first taste of 'Hannibal's' latest episode "Ceuf," which NBC and series creator Bryan Fuller opted to pull, out of sensitivity to the recent Boston Marathon bombing tragedy. Instead, the network will air follow-up episode "Coquilles" in its place later tonight, but in order to fill in continuity, NBC has put near of the entire "Ceuf" episode online in six different webisodes. Get a taste of 'Hannibal's forbidden fruit inside!
NBC's 'Hannibal' won't skip a week despite pulling its next episode in the wake of episode material sensitive to the Boston Marathon bombings, airing Thursday's "Coquilles" in place of the intended "Ceuf." Rather than simply scrap the episode's US distribution, however, NBC and series creator Bryan Fuller have created a "cannibalized" web series taking us through the relevant parts of the episode in order to keep us up to date! Watch the newest 'Hannibal' early inside!
We've heard of multiple programming changes in the wake of this week's tragic Boston Marathon Bombings, including 'Revolution' delaying its finale a week to accommodate continued news coverage and a similar move for CBS drama 'Vegas' tonight, but NBC's latest move might be the most drastic yet. The network has decided to pull next week's 'Hannibal' episode altogether over sensitive content, thereby shifting the season forward and entire week.
‘Hannibal’ serves up another course with its third episode of the series “Potage,” as Abigail Hobbs (Kacey Rohl) awakens from her coma, placing Will and Hannibal in the difficult position of determining her involvement in her father's murders.
Last week’s ‘Hannibal’ episode “Amuse-Bouche” saw Will Graham struggling with his kill of Garret Jacob Hobbs, while a new killer cultivating mushrooms off his victim’s corpses became complicated by the involvement of sleazy journalist Freddie Lounds (Lara Jean Chorostecki), so how the third episode of ‘Hannibal’ taste?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Hannibal’s latest episode, “Potage!”
We make no secret of our unabashed love for NBC's dark and disturbing new drama 'Hannibal,' one which will only grow as the coming weeks introduce a bounty of familiar faces, chief among them former 'X-Files' star
Dana Scully Gillian Anderson! Guesting in four episodes, Anderson will take the treacherous role of Dr. Hannibal Lecter's own psychologist, so take a look at the first photo of the actress served up on 'Hannibal' inside!
‘Hannibal’ serves up another course with its second episode of the series “Amuse Bouche,” as Will Graham struggles with his killing of Garret Jacob Hobbs, while a new killer cultivating mushrooms off his victim's corpses becomes complicated by the involvement of sleazy journalist Freddie Lounds (Lara Jean Chorostecki).
Last week’s ‘Hannibal’ premiere “Apéritif” saw Will reluctantly drawn back into the field to capture the "Minnesota Shrike," aided by the expertise of Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen), so how the second episode of ‘Hannibal’ taste? Does the second layer hold up as well as the first??
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Hannibal’s latest episode, “Amuse-Bouche!”