Prepare for the Red Dragon, and say goodbye to Hannibal, in final SDCC trailer
Trent Moore

NBC’s beloved thriller Hannibal might be headed to serial killer heaven, but that doesn’t mean the acclaimed series is over just yet.

Show creator Bryan Fuller debuted a lengthy new trailer for the final season (which is currently airing), showing off a ton of footage of new baddie the Red Dragon, aka Francis Dolarhyde. The character is being played by The Hobbit alum Richard Armitage, and he is looking extremely intense and creepy. It’s classic Hannibal, and a depressing reminder that this show is coming to a premature end.

Le sigh. Enjoy.

Hannibal just stole Daredevil's director AND Thor 2's villain
Trent Moore

That new Hannibal TV series may be a serial killer drama, but it sure is making some waves in the comic book world. Since NBC has opted to pick up the series, it has nabbed both an actor and director from two high-profile superhero flicks currently in the works.

Bryan Fuller: 50/50 chance Hannibal is resurrected by a streaming service
Trent Moore


The show might not be a ratings juggernaut, but Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal remains one of the most critically beloved shows of this decade — and it ain’t dead yet.

Want to save Hannibal from cancellation? This petition might help
Nathalie Caron

Now you can take a bite out of trying to save Bryan Fuller's freshly canceled Hannibal.

Hannibal is cancelled, but producers are already looking for a new home
Don Kaye

After three succulent seasons of defying the ratings odds, Hannibal won't be back for a fourth course.

5 reasons fantasy and horror fans should be watching Hannibal
Matthew Jackson

Hannibal is not a supernatural show, but it is supernaturally good. 

The Hobbit star Richard Armitage signs on for killer role in NBC's Hannibal
Trent Moore

It might be consistently low-rated, but NBC’s serial killer thriller Hannibal is still one of the best shows on television — and the next season will be bringing in some big-screen talent.

Hannibal returns up, Walking Dead drops + 48 other genre shows
Matthew Jackson

All our shows are back from their Olympics hiatus this week, so we've got a lot to talk about, including the season-two premiere of Hannibal.