Exclusive Hannibal Video: The FBI Chases a Killer Who Uses Victims to Harvest... Mushrooms?!

You’ll never look at mushrooms the same way again.

On Thursday’s Hannibal (NBC, 10/9c), Will Graham and the FBI investigate a murderer who turns his victims into Shiitake incubators, and we’ve got your exclusive first look at the disturbing crime scene.

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Warning: The following grotesque clip is best viewed on an empty stomach.

Oh, and a quick FYI before you push PLAY — if you missed the premiere of Hannibal, NBC is reairing it this Wednesday at 10/9c.

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  1. Bob says:

    Sorry, Bones beat them to it last week with a mushroom corpse.

    • April says:

      I think this Hannibal episode was written and shot many months ago, which would mean that it likely predates the Bones episode.

  2. mmartian says:

    The problem with hannibal, at least so far. is he has absolutly no redeeming qualities.

  3. Saint Alicia says:

    Ugh, such a good show and so smart. It’ll probably end up being canceled because that’s what happens to good/smart shows, especially on NBC. :(

    • Androme says:

      The real reason why it may be canceled is because no one wants to watch a show that they have to use their brains for.
      The don’t want to see complexity and intelligent interaction and behavior between characters. They want to see sex and violence that might throw off everything. If you put it all together the right way, then you get a show that gets a few eyeballs. Hannibal should be one of them.

    • Dr. Van Nostrand says:

      The good thing about this show is that it has only 13 episodes so the writers can can concentrate on a prolonged story arc instead of trying to satisfy viewers every episode.

  4. katrina says:

    NBC has nothing else besides Revolution. I think that Hannibal has a decent shot at a second season. I wonder if Ausiello agrees?

  5. K_C_K says:

    I can’t find the rebroadcast of the pilot that you talk about for Wednesday