Stars Hugh Dancy and Richard Armitage joined executive producers Bryan Fuller and Martha De Laurentiis at Comic-Con for a celebration of the canceled NBC thriller.
NBC moves its two serial killer series to Saturday nights, another signal that “Hannibal” may be as dead as his victims.
Hopes for a fourth season of “Hannibal” diminish as Amazon and Netflix pass on the series, and the options expire for stars Hugh Dancy and Mads Mikkelson.
The author of the critically acclaimed fantasy novel will not only executive produce the Starz adaptation, he’ll write some of the episodes.
Don’t count “Hannibal” out just yet. Following the thriller’s cancellation by NBC, showrunner Bryan Fuller reveals there have been discussions with Amazon and Netflix.
As “Hannibal’s” reportedly shop the canceled thriller to potential buyers, fans petition NBC and launch a social-media campaign.
The third season of the NBC psychological thriller, which concludes in August, will be its last.
The art depicts a key setting from Neil Gaiman’s acclaimed 2001 fantasy novel. The adaptation is expected to debut on Starz in late 2016.
Neil Gaiman will serve as an executive producer of the adaptation of his acclaimed 2001 fantasy novel.
Executive Producers Bryan Fuller & Steven Lightfoot discuss Hannibal’s evolving bromance with Will, guest star Zachary Quinto and lesbian sex.
“Wonderfalls” veteran Caroline Dhavernas discusses surviving Hannibal’s carnage and bringing her lover down on NBC’s returning thriller.
Although Starz hasn’t given the green light just yet, the “Hannibal” creator says the adaptation of the acclaimed fantasy novel could debut in late 2016.