Well, here we are. After months of speculation and rumors, the premiere of NBC's 'Hannibal' is right around the corner and the first trailer has arrived to prove it. Can the iconic character of Hannibal Lecter be brought to the the small screen without (pardon the pun) loosing his teeth? Check out the trailer for yourself below!
At long last, NBC's forthcoming 'Hannibal' TV series exploring the partnership between FBI agent Will Graham and his secretly serial killer mentor Dr. Hannibal Lector announced its premiere date for Thursday, April 4, unsurprisingly in the timeslot recently vacated by dud doctor drama 'Do No Harm.' Now, to commemorate the announcement, NBC has released our best look yet at the iconic titular serial killer, doing what else but serving up a feast! Take a look at 'Hannibal' and his suggestive decor inside!
For months now we've been hearing all about NBC's straight-to-series 'Hannibal,' a new take on the classic Thomas Harris characters of Dr. Hannibal Lecter and Will Graham helmed by 'Pushing Daisies' creator Bryan Fuller. In the time NBC initially declined to set a premiere date, the series has amassed an impressive cast for regular and recurring roles alike, but when will we finally see the premiere? Break out the Chianti and guard your livers, because 'Hannibal' will arrive on NBC Thursday, April 4!
Now that NBC's messy doctor drama 'Do No Harm' has officially been taken off the schedule, and effectively laughed into the history books with its record-setting low ratings, we're continuing to wonder if the peacock will move toward introducing its buzz-worthy drama 'Hannibal' into the vacant slot. Despite some incredible casting, NBC has given out relatively few looks at the adapted series of one of cinema's most iconic killers, but is the latest artwork from 'Hannibal' a sign of things to come? Get a new look at NBC's 'Hannibal' inside!
What's this? 'Do No Harm,' the show that no one expected to do anything out of the gate...isn't doing anything! Yes, it seems after achieving the worst ratings debut in recorded history, and and even less-impressive follow up this week. NBC has officially pulled the plug on future airings of its "Jekyll and Hyde"-style medical drama 'Do No Harm.' The show's epic fail marks the latest in a particularly troubled recent run for NBC, but could good news be on the horizon? Might the good doctor 'Hannibal' save the day?
Acclaimed show-runner Bryan Fuller may have gotten a bit of short shrift at NBC this fall, the network quietly airing 'Munsters' reboot 'Mockingbird Lane' as a Halloween special before passing on the series altogether, but it seems the upcoming 'Hannibal' has become a playground for Fuller alum. The latest to join the hotly-anticipated Hannibal Lecter project is that of 'Dead Like Me' star Ellen Muth, but who will the one-time grim reaper play? Learn the latest 'Hannibal' scoop inside!
Even though NBC has yet to set an official premiere date for its forthcoming 'Red Dragon' TV prequel 'Hannibal,' the Bryan Fuller-helmed series remains one of the more anticipated offerings of 2013. The 10-episode series today continues adding to its all-star genre cast, serving up 'Aliens' and 'Millenium' star Lance Henriksen for a one-episode guest stint. Find out the latest details on NBC's 'Hannibal' and what Lance Henriksen has to do with it inside!
For all NBC's comeback success this year, one project that's certainly caught our eye is that of the Bryan Fuller-helmed re-imagining 'Hannibal,' depicting the iconic killer (Mads Mikkelsen) in his earlier days alongside FBI partner Will Graham. Yet for all its buzz, NBC seems hesitant to schedule out the 10-episode season's premiere, even as it heads into its mid-season lineup. What does the NBC president have to say about the scheduling of 'Hannibal,' and when might we finally get a chance to see it?
NBC hasn't given much beyond a few rounds of photographs when it comes to upcoming drama 'Hannibal,' a modern re-imagining of the relationship between the infamous Dr. Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) and FBI Agent Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) but it may have just given us its best gift yet. Former 'The X-Files' star Gillian Anderson will make her first return to broadcast TV in a decade, appearing in 'Hannibal' as an original character with a unique relationship to its title character. Find out Gillian Anderson's role inside!
Earlier today we were excited to learn that NBC's buzz-worthy upcoming drama 'Hannibal' had cast a famous character from the novels, an intriguing departure after the number of of original castings in recent months. Well, what better way to get things back on track than with another famous face? 'Veep' and two-time 'My Girl' star Anna Chlumsky will be next to meet the good Dr. Hannibal Lecter, but will she pique his interest or wind up on his table?