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First Stills From NBC’s Hannibal

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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!

“Hannibal” Synopsis:
One of the most fascinating literary characters comes to life on television for the first time: psychiatrist-turned-serial killer Dr. Hannibal Lecter. In this new drama from Bryan Fuller (“Pushing Daisies,” “Heroes”) based on the characters from Thomas Harris’ classic novels, we see where this incredible story began.

Will Graham is a gifted criminal profiler who is on the hunt for a serial killer with the FBI. Graham’s unique way of thinking gives him the astonishing ability to empathize with anyone – even psychopaths. He seems to know what makes them tick. But when the mind of the twisted killer he’s pursuing is too complicated for even Will to comprehend, he enlists the help of Dr. Lecter, one of the premier psychiatric minds in the country. Armed with the uncanny expertise of the brilliant doctor, Will and Hannibal (known as a serial killer only to the audience) form a brilliant partnership, and it seems there’s no villain they can’t catch. If Will only knew…

Starring brilliant young actor Hugh Dancy as Will Graham and Mads Mikkelsen as Hannibal Lecter, “Hannibal” will breathe new life into a deadly classic. Laurence Fishburne and Caroline Dhavernas co-star.

Visit “Hannibal” on NBC.com for more!

First Still's From NBC's Hannibal

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2 Comments

  1. Ill give the show a chance. But I have a bad feeling about it. I agree that itd be better on HBO or even AMC or FX. Well see what happens.

  2. I think this show would stand a better chance of impressing me if it aired on HBO, or maybe even FX. On NBC, well, I’ll give it a chance, but I’m not expecting much.

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