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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 13/4/2014 2:31:45 PM   
buffster28


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When does S2 start on SKY Living??


I heard Tues may 6th

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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 13/4/2014 4:18:03 PM   
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I hate to be that guy (lie!) who's seen seven episodes of S2, but basically: it's the best thing on TV right now.

It is pretty amazing.

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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 21/4/2014 12:50:33 AM   
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I hate to be that guy (lie!) who's seen seven episodes of S2, but basically: it's the best thing on TV right now.


Just got up to date with it and I've got to say the above statement is true. It's gone up a notch.

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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 11/5/2014 5:37:33 PM   
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Really enjoyed the season 2 opener - not so sure about the spoiler that was the opening scene though , just thought it was a dream at first not 12 weeks in the future.

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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 20/5/2014 2:50:14 PM   
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not so sure about the spoiler that was the opening scene though , just thought it was a dream at first not 12 weeks in the future.


I think we can safely assume who is NOT in series 3

Cracking first 2 episodes, very gory, in particular the guy who separated himself from the human palette.
I don't think Scully will last long either (I say Scully, her real name was revealed in episode 2 (unless it had been done before) which was a right mouthful)
It's painful watching Will Graham suffer behind bars - will he get released without proving Hannibal's guilt? Can't see where the writers are going with that one.

A vast improvement on Series 1 (which I loved) and Hannibal is certainly easier to understand this time round without subtitles.

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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 21/5/2014 3:07:20 PM   
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Watched episode 12 of season 2 the other night, the wife nearly threw up ha!

Can't wait for the finale.

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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 23/5/2014 5:42:52 PM   
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Watched episode 12 of season 2 the other night, the wife nearly threw up ha!

Can't wait for the finale.


It's easily one of the best episodes they've done. So glad they're getting a third season.

Rewatching the first season - I love the way you can see the 'Wound Man' drawing on Hannibal's desk when Crawford first meets him. Hannibal had the opportunity to hide it but left it just visible.




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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 27/5/2014 8:57:10 AM   
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Finished.

Best thing on TV this year for me, brilliant.

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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 4/6/2014 8:36:39 AM   
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As soon as I finished the final episode, I wanted to watch season three right away. A years wait for this is going to be killer on a GoT scale! Such a good season, building on the great finish to season one. After a few episodes of the start of season one, I wasnt sure about the show, but it settled in and finished strong - season two has been incredible! Only one or two duff moments all season. Mads now absolutely owns Hannibal now, Hugh Dancy is brilliant and Fishburne hasnt been this good in ages. The supporting cast has been great all round - especially Chiltern and The Vergers!

Possible Spoilers if youre on UK speed (highlight).....


So, season three will apparently be 'new' stuff, with Hannibal on the run, exploring some of his background from the Hannibal Rising work. I guess that means his sister and (was it his aunt?) Lady Murasaki - Is that what the shot of the samurai armour was hinting at?? One thing I've really liked a out the series so far is that it isnt afraid to change things up with the source material, merging the Vergers history with Will Graham, for example, was well done, while managing to stay true to what we know from the source. It makes silliness like drinking martinis with childrens tears seem plausible and not silly too, so bravo for that. So, with that in mind, I expect Hannibal's history to be fleshed out and used and have similar elements to what we saw in Hannibal Rising, but it'll be a thousand times better.

Who do we think will survive - Will, Jack and Alanna? Is Chiltern dead? How will they pursue Hannibal from here??

Bryan Fuller has said that if he gets to season four he wants to do Red Dragon, with Silence of the Lambs being season five. I suspect elements of Hannibal (the novel) will be used in season three - namely Mason looking for Hannibal and the pig revenge, Margots relationship with Mason. I think they'll ditch all the Hannibal/Clarice stuff from 'Hannibal' and if Lambs is indeed season five, that'll be a good place to end it. I just hope it gets that far!! Seeing Red Dragon and Silence of the Lambs in this version of Hannibal could be incredible.


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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 7/7/2014 3:47:27 PM   
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Well, gosh. That certainly was a finale.

Tip for those yet to see it, stay after the credits.

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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 12/7/2014 5:21:10 PM   
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So. SO. SOOOO Good!

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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 12/7/2014 7:49:11 PM   
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Hmmm... I've only just got into this show, watched the first two episodes yesterday... bearing in mind that I'm obviously a newbie, it just seems a bit 'psycho-of-the-week' so far, although I'm surprised how gruesome it is for a US-network TV show, ie not on HBO or the like...

Seems a bit light on Hannibal as well, although Mr Makkelsen (right spelling?) is excellent....

It deffo worth sticking with, right?

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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 12/7/2014 8:51:03 PM   
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It is indeed. There's a long term arc that affects everyone.

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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 13/7/2014 7:18:02 PM   
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It is indeed. There's a long term arc that affects everyone.


OK, I'll get right on it, thanks!

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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 20/7/2014 11:42:13 AM   
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Along with GoT this was definately one of my TV highlights, cannot wait until S3.

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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 30/7/2014 12:54:10 PM   
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Really shocking and very bloody ending - really wasn't expecting them all to get it.

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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 1/8/2014 8:05:33 AM   
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Fabulous end to the series, although we knew how it would end (with the fight) they didn't arrive there, or end up, as I expected.
As well as enjoying the acting and storylines, I've loved the style of this series. The décor, the clothes (Hannibal's suit in the final episode) the food all exquisitely done.
Cant wait for Series 3.

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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 11/8/2014 9:07:48 PM   
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Loving S2 so far (up to E7 so far) - disappointed though that they went and framed Dr Chilton, it was a weak and cheap twist that just felt stupid...

Onwards!

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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 11/8/2014 9:21:48 PM   
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To think this almost got axed!?!
That final episode of season2 was vicious tv gold. Season 3 will be an entirely different animal.

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RE: Hannibal: The TV Series - 16/8/2014 8:24:02 AM   
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Yeah, really enjoyed Season 2. Top stuff. I'd have been happy for them to leave it there but also excited for another season.

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