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Revolution, Community, Grimm, The Blacklist And Seth Meyers Headed To SDCC
Names involved with each of the above shows will be in attendence, including Spader, but also Megan Boone, Hugh Dancy, David Giuntoli, Silas Weir Mitchell, and a star-studded Community panel featuring Gillian Jacobs, Danny Pudi, Yvette Nicole Brown, Alison Brie, Ken Jeong, and Dan Harmon, who recently returned to the series as showrunner. SNL and soon-to-be late night host Seth Meyers is also set to appear at the Hulu panel
Hannibal Heads To Comic Con, Psych Gets 2 More Episodes And A Musical Screening At SDCC
Gaumont International Television is serving up something special for Comic Con attendees this year. The production company announced this week that their NBC series Hannibal will featured in a panel at the San Diego-set event this year. And, unlike just about every other SDCC announcement we've heard for TV shows this summer so far, we actually know exactly when and where this panel is taking place. Also coming to SDCC this year is USA's Psych.
Game Of Thrones Tops Most Illegally Downloaded TV Shows List, Again
The good folks at TorrentFreak have compiled their list of most illegally downloaded shows. The company does this once every few months, with the winter list topped by Game of Thrones and featuring the likes of Dexter, The Big Bang Theory, Homeland, and Breaking Bad. During the spring, however, some of the most torrented shows remained the same, while others fell well off of the list.
Hannibal Confirmed To Return For Season 2
Bryan Fuller made two attempts to entertain us at NBC this season. Things didn't work out so well for Mockingbird Lane, but Hannibal turned out to be a keeper. NBC showed faith in the project early on, ordering it to series over a year ago, though the show didn't make its grand debut until April of this year. Given its spring debut, NBC wasn't quite ready to announce the fate of the drama at the up fronts this month, but the news is finally in, and it's good.
Utah TV Station Pulls Hannibal From The Air Due To Graphic Content
Serial killer dramas aren't for everyone. It's one thing to approach a crime drama from the perspective of the investigators trying to track down the killer. It's another to take us inside the mind of the killer on a weekly basis. Hannibal has been doing that, perhaps not as openly as say, Dexter does, but about as graphically. And it is for that reason that Utah's Salt Lake City station KSL-TV has decided to pull Hannibal from the air.
Enjoy A Cannibalized Version Of Hannibal's Pulled Episode Before Tonight's Coquilles
In light of the events that recently took place in Boston, many networks have decided to alter their upcoming schedules out of sensitivity to the tragedy. Hannibal is one of several programs rescheduling episodes that overlap with the situation in any, even minor, way and since replacing the fourth installment with the fifth will also cause some story gaps, NBC has released this 'cannibalized' version of "Ceuf." Enjoy these appetizers before tonight's main course.
Hannibal Episode Pulled From NBC Schedule In Wake Of Boston Marathon Tragedy
In the wake of the tragic Boston Marathon bombings and the subsequent chase to catch the terrorists that has been unfolding this morning, some networks have decided to pull particularly violent and grisly episodes of dramas on television. One of the newest programs to opt to hold off on airing or pull an episode of television from the schedule entirely is NBC’s Hannibal.
Hannibal Ratings Improve Slightly, Community Also Up From Last Week
Without the likes of Olivia Pope and Sherlock Holmes to contend with - or new episodes featuring said characters, anyway - Hannibal Lector didn't do so bad in his second night out at NBC. In fact, the ratings show that Hannibal was actually up from its premiere week, not by much, but given the already soft numbers the serial killer drama brought in, up is most definitely a good thing.
Hannibal Sneak Peek Shows This Season's Psychological Battles
"Did you just smell me?" Probably not the scariest quote from the new Hannibal preview but one that still offers an insightful look at the Odd Couple-esque leads' developing relationship as well as references one of the most famous perceptive tools of Thomas Harris' iconic villain. Do you think it's the cheap aftershave with the ship on the bottle?
Hannibal Premiere Ratings Were OK But Should Be Better
NBC has had a hard time getting anything to stick on Thursday night at 10:00 p.m, which is why we were concerned about their choice to premiere Hannibal in that spot. Once upon a time, their "Must See TV" comedy line-up was a powerful lead-in for that ten o'clock spot. Not that E.R. really needed a rock solid lead-in, but even so, the competition from other networks, added to less than stellar ratings for its comedy block have likely contributed to the steady stream of failed dramas in that later time slot.
Hannibal Series Premiere Clips Introduce Us To Will Graham And Hannibal Lecter
Hannibal premieres tonight! Bryan Fuller's new series airs on NBC and will focus on the start of the relationship of FBI criminal profiler Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) and renowned forensic psychiatrist Dr. Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen). As the clip above emphasizes, Will Graham has an unusually perceptive intuition when it comes to piecing together gruesome murder scenes to figure out how the crime went down.
Hannibal Review: Bryan Fuller's Dark New Serial Killer Drama Premieres Thursday Night
Fox has The Following, Showtime has Dexter, and now NBC has its own serial killer. But Hannibal is no carbon copy of what's already been done, nor does it feel like NBC's attempt to cash in on the interest in serial killer drama. Between its focus on Thomas Harris' classic character Hannibal Lector, and the slow-boil suspense Bryan Fuller is offering us in this adaptation of the characters, Hannibal sets itself apart from what's been done while paying tribute to one of the most notorious fictional bad guys of our time.
Hannibal Gets An Extended Preview: A Killer's Legend Is Reborn
NBC's been busy the last few weeks finally pushing Hannibal, the latest project from Pushing Daisies creator Bryan Fuller, in anticipation of its premiere in three weeks time. To the day. The network has releasing several teases for the small screen adaptation of Thomas Harris' most iconic character, including one just the other day titled "A Killer Reborn." As it turns out, the brief spot was just a small taste of the full two and a half minute "Killer's Legend Reborn" trailer.
New Hannibal Teaser Introduces Hugh Dancy's FBI Profiler Will Graham
NBC released another tasty morsel for Hannibal over the weekend and this preview might be the best one yet. And not just because it opens with the 'viewer discretion is advised' warning, although that doesn't hurt, but since it spends time introducing the show's lesser known lead, Hugh Dancy's Investigator Will Graham. Watch the new spot called "A Killer Reborn"...
Hannibal Serves Up Tasty Treats From A Food Truck At SXSW
Does the thought of NBC's upcoming new series Hannibal make you hungry? Yeah, me neither. But the show is having a little fun with its concept at SXSW this weekend, with a Hannibal-themed food truck, which features the image of series star Mads Mikkelsen dabbing his mouth after his own meal.