NBC's 2013 Upfront presentation is Monday, the 13th, and we should find out then if "Hannibal" is returning for a second season. In the meantime here's a look at next week's Episode 1.08, "Fromage," which is being presented with limited interruptions due to a later start time of 10:15PM.
When it was announced last January that Lance Henriksen would be guest starring in an episode of "Hannibal," his part was "top secret," and even now that a synopsis for the ep (#1.09) has been released, we still don't know much about it. But at least we learned what a "Trou Normand" is!
We're at mid-season on "Hannibal" so it's time to clear out our taste buds a bit with some "Sorbet" before delving into the sure to be complex and varied flavors to come in the remaining episodes. Check out a preview of next week's Episode 1.07, featuring guest star Gillian Anderson.
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.
Well, well, that didn't take long. For those of us who were bummed to miss out on seeing "Hannibal" Episode 1.04, "Oeuf," in its entirety due NBC's "sensitivity" issues, it's now available on iTunes!
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.
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.
Considering what we've seen thus far on "Hannibal," we can only imagine what "delicacies" comprise the meal Dr. Lecter is feeding Jack and his wife in these new stills from Episode 1.05, "Coquilles." Take a peek and let us know what you think they might be!
As promised a few hours ago, all the webisodes which comprise NBC's edited/watered down version of "Hannibal" Episode 1.04, "Oeuf," have landed online, and we have the six of them right here in a nice, neat package.
As we told you a few days ago, NBC decided not to air Episode 1.04 of "Hannibal," entitled "Oeuf," due to its controversial and violent content, opting instead to run a web-only, edited look at the ep. Here's the first installment - check back in a few hours for the rest.
When NBC sent out press materials for the next episode of "Hannibal" earlier this week, we were a little confused why Episode 1.04, "Oeuf," was skipped over for Episode 1.05, "Coquilles," but now it makes sense.
Another clip from tonight's episode of "Hannibal" has arrived, and of course we have it for you right here. Watch as Will gets a bead on a copycat killer in Episode 1.03 - "Potage."
Tonight the third episode of "Hannibal" airs on NBC, but in case you're hungry for a taste of what lies ahead, we have a trio of stills from Episode 1.05, "Coquilles," to share. Read on for the ep's full synopsis along with the photos.
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."