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!
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!
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.
While we wait for NBC to announce the premiere date of its midseason replacement series "Hannibal," the casting news for the show continues heating up with one more addition: "Veep" co-star Anna Chlumsky has signed on for a guest starring role.
A key character in the "Hannibal" universe has been cast, and as has been the case with several other roles in the upcoming show, it's being played by yet another alumnus of a previous Bryan Fuller series. Read on for the details.
When locked in the clink, everyone needs someone to keep them company. In the case of "Hannibal" said company could also end up being breakfast, lunch, and dinner. Read on to find out who the next person on the menu is.
This week's issue of Entertainment Weekly is home to the first stills from NBC's new television show based upon the toothy exploits of one Hannibal Lecter, and we have an early preview of them right here for you. Dig it!
Every good man needs a good mate to stand behind him in times of trouble. Especially times of trouble dealing with a flesh-hungry cannibal with a penchant for fava beans and a fine Chianti. Read on for the latest on "Hannibal."
Of all the women he could pick to eat, everyone's favorite cannibal has set his sights on a former "Saturday Night Live" funny lady with an obscure penchant for ingesting Schweddy balls. You know... in some strange way it makes sense.