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It ends on a cliffhanger of sorts, but the ending is still satisfying enough that it can serve as a series finale if the revival never happens. There's a very unique mix of emotional closure with a cliffhanger ending that still leaves you wanting more. The only other show I know that pulled off an ending similar to that was Angel.
It's amazing, definitely worth watching and it's as good if not better than the movies.
The final season doesn't have a cliffhanger, but the first 2 seasons do.
It's an amazing show. I was sceptical at first as I thought it would merely be a police procedural. However the acting and visuals are great, and towards the end of season 1 it becomes much more serialised. It also really pushed the boundaries for what they could show on network TV in terms of violence.
Mads Mikkelsen is the defining Hannibal for me. He brings so much nuance to the show, easily switching between comforting, professional, intimidating and even funny. He has great chemistry with Hugh Dancy and the relationship between the two characters is more deep and complex than the films accomplished with either Will or Clarice.
It does end on a cliffhanger, so not every character gets a proper goodbye. However, the show has already mixed different elements of the books/films so it's not really a prequel and more of a different story in a way. If you look at it as it's own thing, it delivers a satisfying ending. If there ever was a revival I'd be open to it, but tbh I'm happy with the way it ended and a fourth season would complicate it. As it stands, it's a great 3-season arc.
I think it's fantastic, great character development, excellent direction, fantastic writing, and wonderful acting. However, it's more a reimagining of the books and has no connections to the movies. Also, the first two seasons are original story material, while season 3 is when proper book adaptations begin. However, if you're not a fan of surrealist filmmaking and don't like seeing many gruesome images (don't let the fact it aired on NBC fool you, this show is more violent than many cable shows and honestly is more violent than the movies), I don't recommend the show to you.
I’d say the show is a different vein than the movies, I was ehhh on the movies but the show is truly great. It’s beautifully shot, parts of the show are basically food porn. Which makes you feel weird in hindsight. To me Mads in Hannibal
The show is WAY better than the movies. One of the greatest tv shows ever made, and it is an absolute shock that it aired on network tv
The first 2 seasons are amazing, season 3 is more divisive though I enjoyed it a lot but for some reason it just didn't hit home with the target audience like the previous seasons. Plus the move to Amazon Video might have hampered viewership a bit as well. Still I'd recommend it Mads is a waaaaay better Hannibal than Anthony Hopkins or the other dude in Manhunter.
Hannibal Lecter creator Thomas Harris announces first book in 13 years. The unnamed 2019 novel will be Harris’s first book since 2006’s Hannibal Rising, but will also be his first in more than 40 years without his famous cannibal
In Silence of the Lambs, Hannibal Lecter tells Clarice that he ate a man's liver with fava beans and "a nice Chianti." All of these foods interfere with MAOI antidepressants, which are used to treat various personality disorders as well. In other words, Hannibal wasn't taking his meds.