Well now, here's something to be thankful for: Eddie Izzard has confirmed that he will be returning in Season 2 of NBC's "Hannibal"! All we need now is for the network to finally announce the show's return date, and we'll be really happy.
Now that NBC has given "Hannibal" a second-season pickup, we can relax and enjoy the final three installments of Season 1, beginning with next week's Episode 1.11, "Rôti," which sees the return of Eddie Izzard. Check out a few stills and the ep's preview.
Well, "Hannibal" fans, it's now or never to have your voices heard if you want NBC to renew the show as in overnight results, last night's ep tied the series low with a 1.0 adults 18-49 rating, down 9 percent from last week’s 1.1. Can Eddie Izzard's return in Episode 1.11, "Rôti," help save it?
Unless you're one of the unfortunate souls who live in Salt Lake City and need someone to monitor your TV viewing, you'll be able to watch "Hannibal" Episode 1.06, "Entrée," tomorrow night. Here's a sneak peek of the ep featuring psychopath Dr. Gideon (guest star Eddie Izzard), who keeps Will and Alana guessing.
On this coming Thursday's installment of "Hannibal," it's time for the "Entrée" course of the deliciously decadent and depraved meal NBC is serving up to us - although with pretty much everyone on the show seeing a shrink, it's starting to resemble "In Treatment" with serial killers! Check out a preview right here.
Hands down the best thing about NBC's failed "Mockingbird Lane" was Eddie Izzard so we're pretty stoked to see him pop up in next week's episode of "Hannibal" and also to hear he's attached to a new take on "Jekyll and Hyde."
While we are enjoying Mads Mikkelsen's portrayal of "Hannibal," we've been looking forward to seeing guest stars like Eddie Izzard and Gillian Anderson pop up on the show so when NBC posted photos from the upcoming episodes in which they appear, of course we had to share.
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!
Good news for fans of Lance Henriksen as TVLine is reporting that he has been tapped to guest star in an episode of NBC’s Bryan Fuller-produced drama "Hannibal" in a "top secret role" which may or may not have him on the menu!
On tap for you fans of everything that goes well with fava beans and a fine Chianti is a new promotional image from Bryan Fuller’s NBC serial killer thriller “Hannibal." The table is set! Sit down and dig in!
Ever since NBC aired its reinvention of "The Munsters," "Mockingbird Lane," as a Halloween special instead of a series, we've all been wondering if the network would decide to give the show a regular spin. Today the answer has come.
More casting news for "Hannibal" has come in as EW is reporting that sci-fi fan favorite Gillian Anderson of “X-Files” fame is set to join Bryan Fuller’s NBC serial killer thriller “Hannibal." Read on to find out just what she'll be doing.