On the 29th of this month, August, NBC's "Hannibal" will celebrate (not sure if that's the right word) the two-year anniversary of its Season 3/series finale. The show was cancelled earlier that year so fans knew it was coming, but
The "Hannibal" fan community, who affectionately call themselves Fannibals, have been desperate for a return of Bryan Fuller's psychological thriller series, which was cancelled after its third season. The knowledge that Fuller intended to venture into a storyline that would
Goodbye Is Bittersweet in this Clip from the Hannibal Series Finale Episode 3.13 – The Wrath of the Lamb
Are you guys ready to say farewell to the best damn show on TV? Tomorrow night marks the series finale of "Hannibal" on NBC, and to help get you ready for it, we have a clip from Episode 3.13, "The
We can't stay in denial about "Hannibal's" impending series finale any longer as Episode 3.13, "The Wrath of the Lamb," is on its way next weekend
We're creeping closer to the end of "Hannibal" on NBC, but there are still two more episodes to go, and up now is a sneak peek of Saturday night's Episode 3.12, "The Number of the Beast Is 666
The weeks are ticking away toward the very last episode of "Hannibal," but before we have to say good-bye to the good doctor on August 29th, we have next week's Episode 3.11, "
We have a new "Post Mortem" to share for this week's Episode 3.10 of "Hannibal," entitled "And the Woman Clothed in Sun" (although it probably makes more sense to call it a "Pre Mortem" since it hasn't aired yet), in
NBC is changing things up a bit, releasing a "Post Mortem" for this week's "Hannibal" Episode 3.09, "…And the Woman Clothed with the Sun," before it even airs! Don't worry, though; it doesn't have much in the way of spoilers.
"Hannibal" is about to tackle the storyline fans of Thomas Harris' book series - and the movies based on it - have been waiting for: The Tooth Fairy, portrayed so memorably by both Ralph Fiennes and Tom Noonan in the
NBC has taken a lot of heat from the fan community for deciding to cancel "Hannibal," and the animosity was palpable during the show's recent San Diego Comic-Con panel, where the network was roundly booed by the crowd. But exec