Both a gift and a curse, Graham has the extraordinary ability to think like his prey—he sees what they see, feels what they feel. But while Graham is pursuing an especially troubling, cannibalistic murderer, Special Agent Jack Crawford teams him with a highly respected psychiatrist – a man with a taste for the criminal minded – Dr. Hannibal Lecter.
Bryan Fuller departs Starz 'American Gods'; 'Hannibal' revival on the horizon?
Bryan Fuller - co-showrunner on Starz drama American Gods is departing the series based Neil Gaiman's 2001 self-titled novel. — Fuller along with co-showrunner Michael Green are said to be departing after clashing with producer FremantleMedia over "budget and creative direction" after reportedly pushing for a budget increase for season two. Sources close to production indicate American Gods per-episode budget for the second season is close to $10 million, on par with Netflix' The Crown and HBO's Westworld but far beneath Game of Thrones astonishing $15 million per-episode figure.
'Hannibal' conversations have begun according to Bryan Fuller
This is all I ever wanted for you, Will. For both of us. — Exciting news Hannibal fans (I will not say "Fannibal" - sorry Fannibals). Not all is lost with what ever vital organ of yours The Wrath of the Lamb so beautifully carved out and tossed to the sea. Just this week, series creator Bryan Fuller continued to wet our appetites with news that fellow Hannibal executive producer Martha DeLaurentiis has started official discussions for a Hannibal revival - season 4. Fuller's response to a fan Tweet revealed:
When Bryan Fuller - and We - Can Start Hoping for a 'Hannibal' Return
Collider spoke with Hannibal creator and showrunner Bryan Fuller on the dormant show's potential for return, and while the cast has been released and Fuller busy on American Gods (not to mention Star Trek), the creator gives us some hope.
Mads Mikkelsen keeps 'Hannibal' hopes alive
While Hannibal departed prematurely, and much to the dismay of fans everywhere, modern streaming services ensure that nothing is ever forever anymore.
Was Piracy to Blame for 'Hannibal''s Premature End?
It seems that Hannibal won't be making a return, probably ever, after 50,000 signatures voiced their interest and streaming services were rumoured to pick the show up for a future. Its been a number of months now, and the dust has seemingly settled.
Hugh Dancy Talks Hannibal, What Season 4 Might Have Looked Like
During the Television Critics Association Panel while promoting his upcoming series The Path, Hugh Dancy discussed the season four that's not to be for Hannibal.
Bryan Fuller Talks Hannibal Movie Hopes, Clarice Starling
'Hannibal' has reached its short-lived end with a finale that is both satisfying and vague. Hollywood Reporter got a chance to chat with Bryan Fuller, who had this to say regarding the potential of the series were it given a revival.
NBC Gives 'Hannibal' the Final Blow, Moves it to Saturday
Proving ratings rule at the NBC headquarters, the network announced it's moving the cancelled Hannibal Series from primetime Thursday to Saturdays at 10pm.
Fans Slam NBC Over 'Hannibal' Cancellation at Comic-Con
Fans of the recently cancelled television series Hannibal made their feeling known to NBC executives during the networks Comic-Con panel. — When the subject of the shows cancellation was brought up during the session, fans loudly booed . However, the shows executive producer, Bryan Fuller, came to the networks defence. "Hey, NBC let us do some crazy shit for three years, they deserve our applause."
Amazon and Netflix Pass on 'Hannibal' Season Four
NBC cancelled Hannibal less than two weeks ago, and inevitably, the showrunners have been looking at possible streaming services to continue the shows lifespan. Devoted fans have been using the hashtag #SaveHannibal. Fans have also been tweeting creator and showrunner Bryan Fuller asking about updates. Unfortunately, Fuller had some bad news for die-hard fans.
NBC Cancel 'Hannibal' After Three Seasons
NBC has opted to not pick up a fourth season of Hannibal. Creator Bryan Fuller and NBC released the following statements: — "NBC has allowed us to craft a television series that no other broadcast network would have dared, and kept us on the air for three seasons despite Cancellation Bear Chow ratings and images that would have shredded the eyeballs of lesser Standards & Practices enforcers. Jen Salke and her team have been fantastic partners and creatively supportive beyond measure. Hannibal is finishing his last course at NBC’s table this summer, but a hungry cannibal can always dine again. And personally, I look forward to my next meal with NBC,” said Bryan Fuller.