Hannibal Season Two: First Look

Posted by The Daily Zombies Wednesday, October 2, 2013

With the deliciously macabre Hannibal set to return next year, showrunner Bryan Fuller tease fans with a brilliantly creepy First Look at the Season Two of the critically acclaimed TV series from NBC. 



Without a doubt one of the biggest surprises we had on the television screen this year, Hannibal, Bryan Fuller's intriguingly sophisticated and often sinister take on the infamous serial killer from Thomas Harris' Red Dragon (among other appearances) has been one hell of a ride as our love/hate relationship with Mads Mikkelsen's wonderfully portrayal of Hannibal Lector continues to intensify with the descent of Hugh Dancy's Will Graham. With the critically acclaimed television series set to return with another 13-episode season confirmed, Fuller has unveiled a new poster of the upcoming season that is designed by him in collaboration with the show's F/X team at RocketScience. Hit the jump to check out the wonderfully creepy image.





Speaking with Entertainment Weekly, Fuller has this to comment on the image:

After a horrifying descent into madness in season 1, this image ironically represents the perspective of a scrappier, clearer-minded Will Graham in season 2.  The scales have fallen from his eyes and he finally sees Hannibal Lecter for the monster he is.

Hannibal is currently scheduled to return next year with an episode entitled "Kaiseki".

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