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We spoke exclusively to star of the show Hugh Dancy, who plays Will Graham in our gripping new crime drama series.
Watch our video to find out more then tune in to the premiere showing from Tuesday 7th May at 10pm.
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I have also added captures from the preview posted earlier to the photo archive.
NBC is giving Hannibal fans a chance to feast on the show’s fourth episode, which was pulled from the schedule ahead of this week’s airing in the wake of the Boston Marathon bombings.
The network is incorporating footage from the lost hour into a series of ”cannibalized” webisodes that will serve as a narrative bridge between Episode 3 and this Thursday’s Episode 5 (NBC, 10/9c) — and TVLine has an exclusive first look at the debut installment (featuring an introduction from exec producer Bryan Fuller).
As Fuller explains, Ep 4 “details the relationship between Hannibal Lecter and Abigail Hobbs, played by Kacey Rohl,” explains Fuller. “As the series goes on, this relationship gets much more complicated and becomes a load-bearing element of our storytelling. So we wanted to make sure that you have all the scenes to follow the story along.”
In the first part below — more clips will debut on NBC.com — Dr. Lecter has a therapy session with Will Graham, and then secretly inspects the profiler’s home before getting a taste of blood.
We’re only three episodes into the addictive first season of “Hannibal,” but it’s already become clear that being able to empathize with the twisted thought process of a serial killer isn’t a particularly enviable talent, and being out in the field is definitely not easy for FBI profiler Will Graham (Hugh Dancy).
In this week’s episode, “Coquilles,” Will and the rest of the Behavioral Science Unit are on the trail of a particularly sadistic killer whose bloody ritual includes cutting the victims’ back flesh and stretching it to look like angel wings. In The Huffington Post’s exclusive clip above, it becomes apparent just how much of a toll each case is taking on Will, much to the concern of his supervisor, Jack Crawford (Laurence Fishburne).
Elsewhere in the hour, Hannibal (Mads Miikkelsen) tries to drive a wedge between Will and Jack, while Jack’s wife Bella (Gina Torres) pulls away from him and begins seeing Hannibal as her therapist.
“Hannibal” airs on Thursdays at 10 p.m. ET on NBC.
I have added images of Hugh and Claire Danes attending the TIME 100 Gala on April 23rd to the photo archive.
Public Appearances > 2013 > [April 23] TIME 100 Gala
I have added a rather large amount of images to the photo archive. You can view them all here or look through the categories or albums. The additions include productions stills, promotional shoots, photo sessions, public appearances, photo calls, screen captures and more.
I have updated the photo archive with additional images (all high quality) from the promotional shoot, on set and episode stills in season one of Hannibal. Thanks to Dany for the heads up and farfarawaysite for the images. (stills from episode 1×04 and 1×05 are not included in the preview below due to possible spoilers)
Television Series > Hannibal > Season One > On Set/Behind The Scenes
Television Series > Hannibal > Season One > Promotional Shoot (Solo)
Television Series > Hannibal > Season One > Promotional Shoot (Group)
Television Series > Hannibal > Season One > Episode Stills > [1×01] Apéritif
Television Series > Hannibal > Season One > Episode Stills > [1×02] Amuse-Bouche
Television Series > Hannibal > Season One > Episode Stills > [1×03] Potage
Television Series > Hannibal > Season One > Episode Stills > [1×04] Œuf
Television Series > Hannibal > Season One > Episode Stills > [1×05] Coquilles
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NBC has pulled next Thursday’s grislier-than-usual episode of Hannibal in the wake of this week’s Boston Marathon bombings, Variety reports.
The decision came after exec producer Bryan Fuller phoned the network to express his concern about the content of the episode, this season’s fourth, which involves children-on-children murder.
NBC will instead jump ahead to Episode 5. Viewers shouldn’t expect any continuity issues, per Variety.
As a result of the move, Hannibal‘s season finale will now air one week earlier on June 20
Source: TV Line