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While some people obviously have severe problems with nudity and violence on television, I revel in that kind of stuff. But it was still no easy task to put together the 10 most explicit TV series of 2014, because some of these showsí filters seem to either be absent or clogged with hair and viscera. What a year, though.
One of the best and worst things about television is the amount of amazingly horrible gross-out moments. This year we had a ton of scenes that made our stomachs churn, and made us shield our eyes from the TV screens. Check out the list for the grossness!
As a genre fanatic, itís a dream come true to be able to bring together this Top 10 horror series without exhausting every current example on TV. Find out if you agree with my top ten, or if the killer clowns and cannibals should come and get me.
2014 was an especially great year for television which makes this so hard. It feels like there were several series that didn't make the cut that would easily have made it any other year. Which ones? Well, let's not spoil the fun. Here is Jesse's list of the best shows of 2014.
Hannibalwill return to NBC at some point in early 2015. And when it does, there will be one very different face in the usual crowd. Find out who.
Following up on the lengthy list of Emmy nominations that was announced today, we've picked over the choices the Academy of Television Arts & Sciences made with regards to the main categories, and we found quite a few reasons to applaud the nominees, and just as many reasons to to wave our fists and complain over the talented actors and outstanding TV shows that didn't make the cut this year.
Before discussing the insane and incredible second season finale, lets take a second and pretend that NBC didnít renew Hannibal for a third. Yes. Bryan Fuller was willing to let that bonkers finish be the last episode of the entire series. Thankfully, it was picked up and we can all look forward to further adventures of titular villain. As for who is left to chase him? Well, thatís still up in the air.
NBC has officially unveiled their 2014-2015 lineup, which reveals some big changes to their schedule the most notable of which is a very different Thursday night line-up. NBC has traditionally blocked out four half-hour slots for comedies on Thursday night, however this Fall, they've set The Biggest Loser in the 8:00 p.m. slot, followed by two new comedies and then the return of Parenthood...
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 Fullerís 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 wonít be over in two weeks.
Ten episodes into the second season and Hannibal remains the best drama on network television. Friday nightís "Naka-Choko" wasnít just one of the best of the series but it once again hinted at our heroís possibly winning hand. How does he plan defeat the devil? Magic. And it's almost time for the prestige. This is Willís 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 Fullerís take on Thomas Harrisí 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 Grahamís 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 Fullerís Hannibal wasnít 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 Harrisí '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 NBCís Hannibal was already highly anticipated with the drama not only making the list of last yearís 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.