All three seasons of Hannibal will be available for streaming on Netflix very soon.Neeraj Chand
The news of The Silence of the Lambs getting a new sequel series has Hannibal fans once again calling for a series revival.Jeremy Dick
Bryan Fuller says he and the cast of Hannibal are still hoping to see the series return in the future.Jeremy Dick
Over three years past Hannibal's final episode, star Mads Mikkelsen says there's still hope for another season.Jeremy Dick
Zachary Quinto will appear in at least one Season 3 episode of NBC's Hanniibal, playing a patient of Gillian Anderson's Bedilia.
NBC chairman Bob Greenblatt confirmed plans to push Hannibal's Season 3 debut, hinting at the network's 'big plans' for this summer.
The Hobbit star Richard Armitage has been cast as Francis Dolarhyde, aka The Tooth Fairy in Season 3 of NBC's Hannibal.
The Wolverine star Tao Okamoto will play the mysterious Lady Murasaki, who is hiding a dark secret in Hannibal Season 3.
Hannibal Lecter's origin story will be changed from the one told in the Hannibal Rising novel for Season 3 of NBC's hit drama.
The network didn't specify how many episodes each show will be receiving. NBC also gave the axe to Crisis, Believe and Growing Up Fisher.
Mads Mikkelsen and Laurence Fishburne square off in the opening moments of the Season 2 premiere, airing Friday, February 28th on NBC.
The truth behind Hannibal Lecter is exposed as the new season debuts Friday, February 28th on NBC.
Michael Pitt joins the cast of this NBC series as Hannibal Lecter returns for all-new episodes Friday, February 28th.
Will Graham is imprisoned for the murders Hannibal Lecter committed. The new season kicks off February 28th.
Mads Mikkelsen returns as Hannibal Lecter in all-new episodes beginning February 28.
Hugh Dancy tries on Hannibal Lecter's famous face mask. Mads Mikkelsen returns as the psychotic cannibal in this NBC series.
Series creator Bryan Fuller designed this image, which represents how Will Graham truly sees Hannibal Lecter in this NBC series.
Series creator Bryan Fuller reveals he is eyeing the music icon for a recurring role if the series is renewed on NBC.