Silence of the Lambs sequel series Clarice is not allowed to use the word Hannibal in any of its first episodes.Neeraj Chand
Hannibal star Mads Mikkelsen would love to see Dr. Lecter meet Buffalo Bill in a potential fourth season of the show.Jeremy Dick
The Silence of the Lambs is about to celebrate its 30th anniversary in January and Buffalo Bill's house is currently on the market.Kevin Burwick
Hannibal TV showrunner explains how studio in-fighting prevented them from adapting The Silence of the Lambs storyline.Neeraj Chand
Hannibal creator Bryan Fuller claims NBC refused to hire Mads Mikkelsen at first, opting for what the network considered bigger names in the U.S.Neeraj Chand
Bryan Fuller discusses the potential revival of Hannibal and what's holding things back.Jon Fuge
The creator behind Hannibal discusses a possible fourth season.Jon Fuge
An evil Star Wars character has become a popular baby name, Fright Rags debuts new Teen Wolf shirts and Hannibal gets skewered in Nerd Alert.
Hannibal series creator Bryan Fuller reveals that Netflix and Amazon have passed on Season 4, but they are still exploring other options.
Creator and producer Bryan Fuller confirms that Hannibal may return on a streaming service after being canceled by NBC.B. Alan Orange
The third season of NBC's Hannibal will continue to air in its entirety, but the show will not be back for a fourth season.
A preview for Season 3 of NBC's Hannibal gives us our first look at Richard Armitage as Red Dragon, along with a new trailer.
Bryan Fuller revealed that the Season 3 premiere of Hannibal takes place in four different time periods, while confirming two directors.
Hannibal Will return for all-new episodes starting June 4th, with several new additions to the cast.B. Alan Orange
Will Graham heads to Italy to track down the elusive Hannibal Lecter in the first footage from Hannibal Season 3, debuting this summer.
Watch as series stars Hugh Dancy, Mads Mikkelsen and Laurence Fishburne flub their lines in a special feature from the Hannibal Season 2 Blu-ray set.
Lionsgate Home Entertainment announced the Blu-ray and DVD set will be released on September 24th.
The series creator also revealed Hannibal Lecter has a more 'cheery disposition' in this NBC series based on the Thomas Harris novels.