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Hannibal 3 Seasons 2013

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Season 1
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4.7 out of 5 stars (8,946) IMDb 8.6/10

Before SILENCE OF THE LAMBS, before RED DRAGON, Hannibal Lecter was a brilliant psychiatrist in the employ of the FBI.

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Hugh Dancy, Mads Mikkelsen

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Season 1
1. Aperitif
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Unorthodox profiler Will Graham is enlisted by the FBI's Jack Crawford to catch the Minnesota Shrike, a serial killer who targets young women.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: April 4, 2013
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2. Amuse-Bouche

Will and Jack hunt a killer who is burying his victims alive as fertilizer for his intricate garden of fungus, while Hannibal tries to shield Will from prying tabloid journalist Freddie Lounds.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 11, 2013
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3. Potage

Determined to give Abigail closure, Will and Hannibal travel with Abigail back home to the scene of her father's crimes.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: April 18, 2013
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4. Ceuf

After the brutal murder of an otherwise happy family, Will and Jack uncover a string of child kidnappings where it seems the children have turned against their parents.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 29, 2013
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5. Coquilles

The Team tracks a killer who is turning his victims into "angels," while Jack deals with a personal crisis.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: April 25, 2013
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6. Entrée

Dr. Abel Gideon, an inmate at the Baltimore State Hospital for the Criminally Insane, claims to be the real Chesapeake Ripper. Will and Jack set out to test his assertions.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 2, 2013
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7. Sorbet

After a man is found dead in a hotel room with his kidney missing, Jack believes the serial killer known as the Chesapeake Ripper has resurfaced.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 9, 2013
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8. Fromage

Will and Jack pursue a murderer who makes instrument strings from the gut of humans.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: May 16, 2013
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9. Trou Normand

A human totem pole is found on a beach, comprised of seventeen different bodies.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 23, 2013
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10. Buffet Froid

Will questions his sanity as he gets inside the mind of a killer who believes that she herself is already dead.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: May 30, 2013
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11. Rôti

Having escaped custody, Dr. Abel Gideon seeks revenge on his former therapists, as Will battles his own escalating mental crisis.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 6, 2013
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12. Relevés

Hannibal consults his own therapist about his complex relationship with Will, while Will's newly expanded theory on the Copy Cat killer makes Jack question his grasp on reality.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 43 minutes Release date: June 13, 2013
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13. Savoureux

Will's mental decline results in tragedy, when it appears he may have murdered Abigail Hobbs. With himself as his only defender, Will desperately tries to prove he's being framed by the real Copy Cat killer.

TV-NR CC Runtime: 42 minutes Release date: June 20, 2013
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By K. Harris HALL OF FAMETOP 100 REVIEWER on May 24, 2013
Format: DVD
I think it's fair to say that Hannibal Lecter became an American horror icon for most people with the Oscar winning film "The Silence of the Lambs." Personally, I discovered Lecter back in 1981 when author Thomas Harris introduced him in "Red Dragon." As a kid, I read this novel with a sick fascination and it was easily the scariest book I had read up until that point. Michael Mann adapted it into the film "Manhunter" in 1986 with character actor Brian Cox in the Lecter role, but it wasn't until 1991 and Anthony Hopkins that Lecter became incredibly popular. Hopkins revisited the role with another interpretation of "Red Dragon" and then "Hannibal," and has owned the role ever since. When I heard that NBC was helming a drama based on Lecter, I thought it was a disastrous idea! Network television is no such place for such evil! But I must say that the program has far exceeded my rather limited expectations. Created as a prequel to the events of "Red Dragon," the show has a thoughtful slow burn appeal that shows surprising restraint. The program might have some gore, to be sure (especially by traditional network standards), but it succeeds most spectacularly as a psychological study of two men with more in common than they'd like to admit.

The plot centers around a FBI profiler named Will Graham (Hugh Dancy). Graham can literally get into the mindset of a killer, and the show stages vivid and brutal recreations as Graham uses these skills to analyze crime scenes. This innate ability to think like a monster has taken an emotional toll on Graham, and he is an absolute mess. Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) is a brilliant psychiatrist who aids in an early investigation but is drawn to the darkness within Graham. Through the course of the episodes, Graham and Lecter become closer.
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This is one of the best shows on TV. Great cast & writing. The special effects are the best there is. This is not a series for children. This is NOT a family show. It is for adults period. I have heard lame parents complain that the series is not family friendly... DUH!!!! It is Hannibal! It is not a show about rainbows and unicorns.
This is strictly adult TV.
Intelligent, well developed stories and characters. It is a series that knows what it is and exceeds audience members expectations. If you like shiny crappy vampire TV this also may not be for you, because the characters aren't bed hopping blood suckers. Hannibal's characters are actually interesting and they actually have depth.
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Binged through 13 episodes of Hannibal last night. Wow. For the record, this is my first review ever on Amazon EVER and I felt I owed it to the actors and the producers and all the talent involved to tell everyone how incredible this show is. If you have ever read the books, this show is extremely loyal to the text, and therefore the character development and build-up is fantastic. The production and visuals are absolutely GORGEOUS, I mean flat-out delicious to look at. And they all serve a purpose, from Hannibal's exquisite dining dishes hand-prepared, to walking through a crime scene in the volatile mind of Will. The crime scenes are even more disturbing than Seven, you will be immersed completely into a beautifully dark world. The soundscapes are chilling. The tone is wonderfully dark. And the acting is top-notch. I've recently been such a huge fan of the extremely talented Mads Mikkelson, and he carves out a brilliant Hannibal Lecter that I absolutely find irresistible. Fascinating, scary, uber-cool and collected, dangerous, intelligent, refined, and primal all at the same time. The anticipation for when and how he will strike is worth every episode. His rendition of Lecter is iconic. Hugh Dancy no less does a magnificent job as Will. The way you see his character becoming engrossed into the minds of killers and the crime scenes, his descent towards madness and his inner delusions taking him over symptom by symptom becomes unsettling to watch simply because his performance is that genuine. Bravo to the leads for such committed performances, the chemistry between the leads is irresistible. Gillian Anderson and Eddie Izzard also make for wonderful supporting characters and guest appearances.

I can't even wait for Season 2.
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Absolutely brilliantly done with a cast of characters whose acting talents are far superior to nearly every other on network television. You cannot surpass the level of depth of character development, the writing, where as they discuss real theories of psychology; build up, and character development between Will Graham and Dr. Lecter is unlike anything else on television and cannot be done with a movie.

Eventually we will view shows like this one not to be just a show, but rather a series of movies, each telling a story, where at one point a 2 hour movie will not be enough anymore to satisfy our palate for something as savory as this series.

This will become a classic.
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This show is a masterpiece. It is one of the most beautiful productions I've ever seen. Every frame is a work of art. The sets, the styling, the animation, and yes, the gore, are reminiscent of Dali or Hieronymous Bosch. The lighting is often like chiaroscuro, and the scenes seemed to be filtered in a blue-green tint to give it an almost underwater, surreal feel. The writing and editing are not formulaic and linear, but go back and forth in time with dream sequences, flashbacks, visions, and loads of symbolism. Even the pacing isn't like anything on TV: it unfolds slowly, subtly, and in its own time. As for the gore, it is disturbingly graphic, but so artfully done and dreamlike, you somehow feel removed from it. The animation is absolutely breathtaking. ( An indelible image: the symbolic Ravenstag clip-clopping through Will's dreams.) But it is Hannibal himself who makes this series riveting. What a genius choice to bring in an actor who is major star in Europe, but not well-known in the US. Americans only know Danish actor Mads Mikkelson as the charismatic villain in "Casino Royale," but he is widely regarded as one of the finest actors in the world. His performance as Hannibal is without precedent. It's the polar opposite of Anthony Hopkins' borderline campy Hannibal. This Hannibal is quiet, elegant, inscrutable, and seductive. And dare I say it--sexy. (I mean, seriously? Those cheekbones could have a show all their own!) To me, Mads' Hannibal is much more subtle than his predecessors, and therefore, much more dangerous. -He he is not a caricature of a psychopath, but a complex personality who is something of a mystery. The show is intellectually ambitious and asks many questions: can a psychopath care about someone? Can a person be both good and evil?Read more ›
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