A celebratory feast is in order as Hannibal has been renewed for a third season. After all, it would have been rather rude of NBC to cancel the best drama on network television. Bryan Fuller’s series based on the iconic character manages to top itself each and every episode, so it's reassuring to know that the gorgeous and compelling nightmare won’t be over in two weeks.
Ten episodes into the second season and Hannibal remains the best drama on network television. Friday night’s "Naka-Choko" wasn’t just one of the best of the series but it once again hinted at our hero’s possibly winning hand. How does he plan defeat the devil? Magic. And it's almost time for the prestige. This is Will’s design.
After a terrific first season and a terribly long wait, Hannibal returns to NBC tonight with a highly anticipated second helping. Fans of Bryan Fuller’s take on Thomas Harris’ iconic character have been starving for more ever since the taste of his inspired adaptation left their mouths. And two episodes into Season 2, Hannibal is just as delicious as ever. Maybe more.
Turns out our poor Will Graham’s real-life counterpart, Hugh Dancy, has a bit of a sense of humor about the absolute horror show his Hannibal character has endured thus far. (Thank goodness.) The levity was on display during the actor's recent Reddit AmA in support of the season two premiere, wherein we learned about Mads Mikkelsen's breath, Dancy's favorite lines, and what it's like living with Homeland's Carrie Mathison.
The first season of Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal wasn’t just one of the best new series last year, it was one of the best series on the small-screen, period. Although some were not initially taken with the idea of Thomas Harris’ 'Red Dragon' being adapted for network television, it was clear from the very first serving that this was something special and it's almost time to continue the unique, compelling and oddly beautiful take on the iconic villain.
Hannibal is great, and not in that way that pushes viewers to explain why a show is a guilty pleasure. Carefully crafted and skillfully shot, the show is thrilling and horrifying, and the new look at Season 2 looks as if it will inspire many of those same adjectives, and hopefully a few more eyeballs.
The return of NBC’s Hannibal was already highly anticipated with the drama not only making the list of last year’s best new shows but also the list of the best shows, period. And the anticipation for Season 2 only grows with each eerie trailer or rad casting announcement. Bryan Fuller knows how to populate a series. Of course, if you watched the first season, well, you already knew that.
Last year, NBC’s drama Hannibal closed out its freshman season on a note that was so horrifying—and so well scripted—I wasn’t sure how the show would move forward into Season 2. Nonetheless, if you’ve been dying to see what direction the characters are headed in, you’re in luck. On Sunday, NBC released our first look at Hannibal new season, which will begin airing on the network this spring.
With each new year comes a new set of TV shows to love or loathe. Between cable, network television and Netflix, which falls into its own budding small screen category, 2013 offered us some spectacular TV entertainment. Our favorite new TV shows of 2013 includes robots, clones, informants, politicians and more.
2013 has been a great year for television, so narrowing down our list of favorites was no easy task. As TV Blend has numerous writers with varying tastes in TV shows, we decided to go solo this year in sharing our Top 5 lists of the best series of 2013. This is Jesse's list, which begins with...
2013 has been a great year for television — perhaps one of its strongest in recent memory — so narrowing down a list of favorites was no small feat. Luckily for us, TVBlend is home to numerous writers with a myriad of tastes, which is why we decided to go solo this year in picking and sharing our Top 5 lists of the best series of 2013. Up next here is Assistant TV Editor Alicia Lutes, with a list that starts off with Mad Men at number five.
NBC shared the new teaser poster for the second season of Hannibal today, and in addition to encouraging viewers to “Embrace the Madness,” the poster also reveals the premiere date for Season 2, which is set to air Fridays beginning at the end of February.
The network’s latest project is a miniseries called Hannibal that currently has Halle Berry on board as an executive producer. No, we’re not talking about the tidy cannibal that’s into chianti and human flesh. We’re talking about the ancient African general who forged alliances and fought ferocious battles.
The crime procedural and television go together like peanut butter and jelly, or green eggs and ham. Or, like a serial killer and a jail cell — which is probably why they’re so darn popular. For over fifty years, the crime procedural has dominated television: from Dragnet to Columbo, 21 Jump Street to Law & Order and beyond — all of these iconic procedural dramas made the case for, and canonized, the methodology behind the madness, now and forevermore. In fact, crime procedurals are the number one US television export. We seem to really love them, huh?
Horror’s on the rise in television these days, with numerous TV shows giving us a scary alternative to the funny or dramatic fare that TV usually offers. With Halloween just a day away, we thought we’d share our list of the current -- meaning they've aired new episodes at some point this year -- TV shows that scare us the most, whether it be because they tap into our deepest fears, cause our stomachs to turn or simply because they keep us on the edge our seat, holding our breaths and wondering what might happen next, here are our five favorite scary shows.