My favorite show of last season is finally on blu-ray: Hannibal. I was eager to get my mitts on this set so I could check out the unaired episode “Ceuf” (which was awesome) and to see extended scenes that NBC would have cut out due to gruesomeness.
If you didn't get a chance to catch 'Hannibal' during it's initial TV run, or even if you did and you've been dying to revisit it, you're in luck. The complete first season is now available both on Blu-Ray and DVD, as well as via digital outlets.
The crew from Hannibal was at Comic Con this year, so we got some hints for what we will see in season two.
It was a nail-biter, but NBC just announced that they have ordered a second season of Hannibal.
Bryan Fuller, Martha De Laurentiis, and David Slade talk about bringing "Hannibal" to the small screen.
Hannibal is an intelligent, fascinating, immersive, and stylish show. It is horrifying for all the obvious reasons - and for some less obvious reasons. I cannot recommend Hannibal enough.
One of the most fascinating characters in literature and cinema is Hannibal Lecter, the refined cannibal psychiatrist. Bryan Fuller, creator of such darkly visionary shows like Dead Like Me, Pushing Daisies, and Mockingbird Lane returns with his darkest vision yet: Hannibal. The series follows Hannibal as envisioned in Thomas Harris’s Red Dragon: before anyone knew Hannibal was a killer. We chatted with Bryan about the nature of darkness, the psychological toll the subject matter takes, cannibalism, and dogs. Don’t worry; no dogs were harmed in the making of the show or this interview.