We dissect the first season of "Hannibal," and make predictions for season two.
In Will’s latest nightmare, he is walking through the woods and finds a bloody tree. Someone - or something - is there. He wakes to discover his dogs whimpering, and discovers his feet are muddy. He stumbles into the kitchen for water and some pills. His vision becomes jittery and he vomits into the sink. That is when he sees a human ear settled next to the drain.
Will has been bonding with Georgia while they are both in the hospital. When Georgia is released from the oxygen tube, she will get shock treatment. Her memories of her “killing spree” are hazy.
Gideon escapes and taunts the Chesapeake Ripper. The Ripper doesn't give in. Meanwhile, Will's hallucinations are becoming more severe.
It was a nail-biter, but NBC just announced that they have ordered a second season of Hannibal.
In this chilling episode, Will sinks even further into his madness while hunting a killer with Cotard Syndrome.
Abigail has decided to let Freddie tell her story. Neither Hannibal nor Will think this is a good idea - especially since it is Freddie who would be writing it.
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.