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While it would have been impossible to include every WTF moment that passed in front of our eyes this year, here are the 16 most bonkers surprises, twists, deaths and all around oddities that TV gave us in 2015.
These are the 9 most disappointing cancellations of 2015, a year absolutely full of TV series coming to an end. To be clear, these are shows that were straight-up shut down by the networks, and not ones that ended in an amiable way. Torches are still burning over some of these.
With so much great television on at the moment, you have to have some really captivating characters to differentiate yourself from the plethora of programming thatís available. While of course a series needs to have characters that the viewer really cares about, thereís perhaps an even more effective way of writing awesome characters. Namely: to make a character thatís a downright awful person.
While Hannibal fans may never again get to see new episodes, the universe has thankfully provided us one more peek into that world through an unsettling PETA commercial starring Gillian Anderson.
As a TV network that has existed for over 70 years, NBC has expectedly and understandably brought an end to plenty of shows that fans were pissed to see leaving. Here are 13 series that were too good to ever get canceled, much less canceled so early into their runs. And yes, Matthew Perry shows up.
In August, a slew of shows were pirated on various outlets, but as it turns out, some of the most-pirated shows were some of this summerís most popular programsóor at least some cult hits. You can check out the 10 most pirated shows downloaded on Pirate Bay in the month of August.
Though we may never see it on network television again following its last episode on NBC, Bryan Fullerís lush interpretation of Hannibal will remain in our memories for ages for its disturbing imagery. But was it a murder scene that NBC once balked at? Nope.
Hannibal fans, get ready to drown your sorrows in buckets of Chianti, as some of the most promising avenues for the seriesí continuation have been shut down. Why won't somebody just jump in and save this masterpiece?
Itís been a couple of weeks since Hannibal was cancelled by NBC, and in the time since the internet has been abuzz with the possibility that Hannibal might return on another network. Now, that could be a lot more difficult.
Itís been just a few short hours since NBC revealed the decision to cancel its critically acclaimed drama Hannibal. However, as happens with most shows with passionate fanbases, the potential for the drama to be picked up by another network or streaming service is already being talked about.
Ambition will get you nowhere. At least that seems to be how it goes when it comes to the TV world, as the lovely and lushly horrifying drama Hannibal will apparently be coming to an end after only three seasons on NBC, which has put a fork in the low-rated fan favorite series.
Something Hannibal fans will presumably never stop wondering until it happens is whether or not the iconic heroine Clarice Starling will pop up at some point. While it hasn't looked likely for different reasons in the past, Fuller seems a little less hesitant about it now.
The best TV show last year is finally back for its third season and, judging by the first three dishes, Hannibal hasnít lost a step. Bryan Fuller and his creative team outdid themselves yet again, delivering what could be the psychological horrorís most daring and detectible season.
Television series tend to work in cyclical rhythms, and lately weíve seen a most unfortunate trend of rape stories taking over certain fictional landscapes, such as Game of Thrones. But fans of NBCís Hannibal donít have to worry about seeing it.
Beyond their signature quirks and addictive storytelling, Bryan Fuller projects are always memorable for their visual styles, and Hannibal is no exception. So it makes perfect sense that they would land Guillermo del Toro for an episode in Season 3.