This week’s victim is Douglas Wilson, a trombone player with the Baltimore Orchestra. He is found with his neck broken, dangling almost behind him, a cello neck shoved down his mouth, throat cut open.
The FBI is called in on a case that could be another Chesapeake Ripper victim. If it is, it is likely the start of a new cycle; the Ripper tends to kill three people in quick succession, then lies dormant for a year or more.
Eddie Izzard guest stars as a criminally insane murderer who may or may not be the Chesapeake Ripper. (Well, we know he isn't.)
Last week an episode of Hannibal was pulled for sensitivity after the Boston Marathon bombings. This week, a Salt Lake City NBC affilliate has pulled the show altogether.
A new killer has a truly disturbing signature, and Hannibal tries to (discreetly) drive a wedge between Jack and Will.
NBC pulled the fourth episode of Hannibal for sensitivity. "Ceuf" had a storyline that centered around kids killing kids, and in light of the events in this country in the last few months, the network decided it was in bad taste to air the episode. Or, at least, the complete episode
Abigail Hobbs wakes from her coma, and the Shrike copycat strikes again.
Will investigates the murders of nearly a dozen people who were used as garden mulch - literally.
Bryan Fuller, Martha De Laurentiis, and David Slade talk about bringing "Hannibal" to the small screen.
Welcome to a new vision of Hannibal Lecter.