Will begins to piece together clues pointing toward the identity of the copycat, forcing the killer's hand, in 'Hannibal' episode 12: 'Relevés.'
Will's deteriorating mental state has him unsure whether he's chasing Dr. Gideon or Garrett Jacob Hobbs, in 'Hannibal' episode 11: 'Rôti.'
NBC's serial killer drama 'Hannibal' plays with logic and imagery in a manner that not only makes it visually arresting, but also one of the best crime procedurals on TV.
Hannibal takes his manipulation of Will to a new level, using a mentally-ill killer to his advantage, in 'Hannibal' episode 10: 'Buffet Froid.'
Jack Crawford's growing interest in Abigail Hobbs compels Hannibal to trust Will with a secret, in 'Hannibal' episode 9: 'Trou Normand.'
NBC still hasn't decided whether or not to renew 'Hannibal', but if they don't, other networks could pick up the series.
A shared interest in murder could lead Hannibal to a potential friendship, in 'Hannibal' season 1 episode 8: 'Fromage.'
A string of gruesome killings points to the Chesapeake Ripper, but Will's not entirely convinced, in 'Hannibal' episode 7: 'Sorbet.'
Special guest star Eddie Izzard appears as a homicidal surgeon hoping to convince Will and BAU he's the Chesapeake Ripper, in 'Hannibal' episode 6: 'Entrée.'
Will and Jack chase down the Angelmaker, while Jack begins to suspect something is not right with his wife, in 'Hannibal' episode 5: 'Coquilles.'
Abigail Hobbs wakes from her coma, but Crawford and Graham disagree about whether she's a killer or not, in 'Hannibal' episode 3: 'Potage.'
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The full trailer for NBC's 'Hannibal' TV show highlights the disturbing serial killer violence and psycho-drama from Bryan Fuller's alternate take on Hannibal Lecter.
A full trailer and images for Bryan Fuller's 'Hannibal' TV series shows Dr. Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) assisting the FBI on a serial killer case - even while hiding his own horrific pastime.
The first 'Hannibal' preview teases Mads Mikkelsen (Casino Royale) as Dr. Lecter on Bryan Fuller's TV show, which debuts this April.
Veteran 'X-Files' actress Gillian Anderson has joined the NBC adaptation of 'Hannibal' – as none other than Hannibal Lecter's therapist.