Let the mind games begin anew!
Hannibal Season 2 Episode 1 came roaring back with an installment of hair-raising gore and a new, more determined Will Graham.
The premiere's opening, as Jack and Hannibal fought to the death, more
For those who had the misfortune of missing the first season of Hannibal last year (and there were many, based on the low ratings), NBC has done a huge service for television by giving Bryan Fuller at least thirteen more episodes of his preque more
First off, if you somehow managed to see the Hannibal: Season 2 premiere without the opening being spoiled for you, congratulations! NBC sure worked hard to make sure you were spoiled though, including the Jack/Hannibal fight in multiple promos and more
Before Hannibal was set to premiere last spring, there were plenty of reservations about the program. First, it was on NBC Thursday at 10 PM; a notorious dead zone where shows have failed for NBC since ER went off the air. Second, it sta more
In "Savoureux," Hannibal served up the dish he'd been preparing all season: the destruction of Will Graham. Read More... http://www.tv.com/news/hannibal-season-1-finale-review-hannibal-ascendant-137141477089/
First of all, man, I didn’t want to believe it, but it certainly looks like it’s time to say RIP, Abigail. When it was noted that they didn’t find a body, Will, believing he had killed her, said it must have been, “Because I honored every part of her,” ju more
The finale was, much as I expected, delicious. Will is in a very grim place, literally and metaphorically, and Dr. Lecter is, for now, still in control. “Savoureux” continues to play with reality, and time, and seeing and truth. Evidence is truth, we can more
I can’t imagine even the most ardent fans of the “Hannibal”-related Thomas Harris books would have guessed how this first season of the show would have turned out in the end, what with Will ending up behind bars instead of Hannibal himself. In “Savoureux” more