Hannibal, Pushing Daisies and More: EP Bryan Fuller Talks Creating Corpses
Bryan Fuller is no stranger to death. Having written no less than three shows dealing with the subject, the Hannibal showrunner — and creative mind behind Dead Like Me and Pushing Daisies — has had plenty of time to explore the theme and how it pertains to his characters. Read More
Eye on Emmy: Hannibal's Hugh Dancy on Will and Lecter's 'True Love,' the Possible Meaning of the Stag's Death
Hugh Dancy has always been “an adventurous, not to say foolhardy, eater,” and his appetite has stayed strong and steady despite continued exposure to stunningly beautiful, undeniably horrifying cannibalistic dinner scenes on NBC’s Hannibal. “Nothing’s changed!” he says, with a hearty laugh. Read More
Emmys 2014: Outstanding Drama Series -- Our 6 Dream Nominees!
Things are getting serious as TVLine’s Dream Emmy Nominees series continues. Yes indeed, we’re shifting gears from the comedy categories — and diving headlong into the Outstanding Drama Series race. Read More
Is a New Orphan Hook-Up Ahead? Has Amy Schumer Ruined Chopped? NSA Vs. Nielsens?! And More TV Qs
Hannibal EP Talks Bloody Finale: Who's Dead, Which Brutal Scene Got Moved, Why [Spoiler] Boarded That Plane
Hannibal Season 2 Finale Recap: 'Dr. Lecter Requests Your Company for Dinner'
If you have yet to watch Hannibal‘s Season 2 finale, go directly to a different TVLine story to avoid getting spoiled. Everyone else, jump on in!
Hannibal Exclusive Video: Hugh Dancy Gets Grilled (Not Literally!) by Co-Star Scott Thompson
Hannibal Recap: 'Pity Has No Place at the Table'
You are what you eat.
That’s an old adage that takes on disturbing, oftentimes sickening connotations in the deranged tableau that is NBC’s Hannibal (AKA the prettiest/scariest show on television right this second).
In Season 2′s penultimate episode, “Tome Wan,” Will and Hannibal tackle the subject of Read More
NBC Renews Hannibal and About a Boy
NBC will be serving a third helping of Hannibal during the 2014-15 TV season, the network announced on Friday.
On the decidedly lighter side, the freshman comedy About a Boy will be back for Season 2. Read More