Entertainment Weekly has scored your first look at "The X-Files"' Gillian Anderson in the NBC series "Hannibal." Hint... she looks just like she always has. Only now she's on NBC and there's no weird smoking man hanging around.
We still have to pinch ourselves every now and then to make sure we're not dreaming about how great "Hannibal" is. Here's hoping NBC keeps it on the schedule! Show your support and watch this new clip from Episode 1.03 - "Potage."
With its second episode NBC's "Hannibal" is beginning to gain ground in the ratings. If you're not watching this, to say that you're missing out is a bit of an understatement. Thankfully everyone's catching on to this superb series.
Pardon the pun, but we're really eating up "Hannibal" around these parts as the show is truly surprisingly good. Could NBC actually have a winner on its hands? Take a sneak peek at next week's Episode 1.03 - "Potage."
Excited for Episode 1.02 of "Hannibal," entitled "Amuse-Bouche"? If you're already a fan of the show - and enjoy shrooming - this new clip from the ep should be right up your alley!
When you're dealing with a criminal genius like "Hannibal," it's always good to stay one or two steps ahead of the man, so we're taking a look at what's coming at us in the third course... er... episode of the new series on NBC. Here are some tasty morsels... er... stills from "Potage."
Two more courses are on the menu for "Hannibal" in the coming weeks: First is some soup on April 18th in "Potage," followed by a bite of egg in "Oeuf" on the 25th. Reserve your place at the table, and in the meantime here are the synopses of both episodes.
Did the first taste of NBC's "Hannibal" prime your palate for another bite? If so, here's a look at what's coming up in Episode 1.02, "Amuse-Bouche," in which Will faces a new case after a bizarre discovery in the woods, along with a promo for the whole season.
With "Hannibal" debuting in just a few hours, NBC seems to be done teasing us with tidbits from the show, instead opting to provide us with three nice, juicy clips from the premiere. Check 'em all out right here!
Here we are, just a day away from the premiere of "Hannibal" on NBC, and what should be the last teaser for the show has arrived. All we want to know is if director David Slade has finally put his Twilight days behind him and crafted something horror fans can really sink their teeth into!
Looking for more scraps of information prior to the debut of "Hannibal" next Thursday night? Then pour yourself a big mug of your beverage of choice, get comfortable, and check out these ten interviews with series creator Bryan Fuller, director David Slade, and all the regular cast members.
Tastier than liver and fava beans, the first trailer for NBC's "Hannibal" has arrived online in advance of its network premiere on "Saturday Night Live" later today. Pour yourself a nice glass of Chianti and check it out along with some new artwork for the show.
Bryan Fuller just took to Twitter to announce that a premiere date has been set for NBC's "Hannibal." Read on for all the details straight from the horse's mouth... or fingers... or would that technically be hooves? Anyway, get to reading!
NBC has released some new key art for its upcoming TV show based upon the exploits of everyone's favorite flesh-munching miscreant, Hannibal the cannibal, and we have it for you right here with a fine Chianti.
Some quick casting news is coming in for NBC's "Hannibal." TVLine is reporting that Ellen Muth (the soul escort, George, on "Dead Like Me,") will guest star in an episode of the forthcoming show, playing a character named Georgia. Nifty!