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Hannibal season 2 episode 7 review: Yakimono

5 hours ago | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Review Laura Akers 17 Apr 2014 - 09:16

Some of the characters in Hannibal are acting pretty stupid, for such supposedly smart people. Here's Laura's review...

This review contains spoilers.

2.7 Yakimono

Hannibal is a show about smart characters.

We know that there are many kinds of intelligence, and Bryan Fuller’s series represents several of them. There’s Katz, Zeller, and Price - all clearly keen at critically evaluating evidence. They may not know what that evidence means, but they are rarely wrong about what it says. Then there’s the craven but quite cunning Freddie Lounds. You obviously do not stay in her line of business without being particularly skilled at reading people and determining what weakness will be most effective to exploit. There’s Will's ability to pick so much up from so little trace and imagine not just what happened but why. And of course, the intellect driving so »

- sarahd

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New Stills Provide First Look at Katharine Isabelle in Hannibal Episode 2.08 - Su-zakana

15 April 2014 10:41 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

We knew Katharine Isabelle would be joining "Hannibal" this season, and her first appearance comes on Friday in Episode 2.08, "Su-zakana." Check out this new batch of stills from the ep that gives us our first look at Isabelle as Margot Verger.

Margot is a patient of Dr. Lecter who has suffered years of abuse at the hands of her serial-killer twin brother, Mason Verger (played by Michael Pitt). As the season progresses, the unstable, wealthy Mason will engage in a dangerous cat-and-mouse game with the good doctor while Margot is a potential new love interest for Will.

"Hannibal" Episode 2.08 - "Su-zakana" (airs 4/18/14; 10-11Pm)

Jack Invites Will To Rejoin The FBI Team - When a young woman’s body is discovered inside of a horse, Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen) suggests to Jack (Laurence Fishburne) that Will (Hugh Dancy) be brought in to help crack this peculiar case.

Will has seemingly cast aside his suspicions of Hannibal, »

- Debi Moore

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Mad Men, Ep. 7.01: “Time Zones” – the bicoastal final season starts strong

14 April 2014 4:29 AM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Mad Men, Season 7: Episode 1 – “Time Zones”

Written by Matthew Weiner

Directed by Scott Hornbacher

Airs Sunday nights at 10 on AMC

As the United States swears in its new president, Richard Nixon, the country finds itself in a transition period, caught between the two worlds of its past and uncertain future. “Time Zones” splits is central characters up in a similar way that exposes just how noticeable the precipices are that they stand on. Don Draper isn’t just living an existence that has him dividing time between his New York life and the Californian one he shares with his wife, Megan. He’s also in a rough limbo, biding his time until Sterling Cooper & Partners calls him back to the office. Roger Sterling is even more lost at sea. Our re-introduction to the man–completely naked in a room full of post-coital men and women–poses plenty of questions »

- Sean Colletti

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Hannibal Ep 2.07 “Yakimono” touched with moments of crazed inspiration

12 April 2014 7:35 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Hannibal Season 2, Episode 7 “Yakimono”

Directed by Michael Rymer

Written by Steven Lightfoot

Airs Thursdays at 10pm Et on NBC

We knew it wouldn’t be long before Frederick Chilton was a goner for several reasons, but one can’t help but think it came a little too soon. Not only has Raúl Esparza provided the series with some much needed dark humour and a superb performance, but his character has a prominent and important role in both Thomas Harris’s novels and in their cinematic adaptations. That said, this is an adaption and a very different medium, and so Fuller is wise in deviating away from the original source material. Nobody needs a page by page, word by word, reenactment of the books; so while Fuller is using Harris’s novels as inspiration, this is his baby, and based on the week to week quality of the show, we shouldn’t complain. »

- Ricky da Conceição

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It's Nothing Personal in this Promo for Hannibal Episode 2.08 - Su-zakana

12 April 2014 8:00 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

The tables are turning as we head deeper into this season of "Hannibal," inching toward the ending we saw (or think we saw) at the beginning. In any event, here's a preview of the next step on our journey: Episode 2.08, "Su-zakana."

"Hannibal" Episode 2.08 - "Su-zakana" (airs 4/18/14; 10-11Pm)

Jack Invites Will To Rejoin The FBI Team - When a young woman’s body is discovered inside of a horse, Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen) suggests to Jack (Laurence Fishburne) that Will (Hugh Dancy) be brought in to help crack this peculiar case.

Will has seemingly cast aside his suspicions of Hannibal, resuming their doctor-patient relationship, but Alana (Caroline Dhavernas) remains skeptical regarding Will’s true intentions and worries that Hannibal may still be in danger.

The FBI questions the man they suspect to be the killer in their case, but lack of evidence forces them to let him go. Will and Hannibal »

- Debi Moore

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Hannibal Postmortem: Where Do Will and Hannibal Go From Here?

11 April 2014 8:00 PM, PDT | TVGuide.com - Features | See recent TVGuide - Features news »

[Warning: The following story contains spoilers from Friday's episode of Hannibal. Read at  your own risk.]

"I'd like to resume my therapy."

With those words, NBC's Hannibal reverted back to the familiar Season 1 dynamic between troubled FBI consultant Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) and cannibalistic serial killer/psychiatrist Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen). But nothing is the same as the last time these two men sat across from one another in Hannibal's well-appointed office.

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After Will was locked up for Hannibal's crimes in the Season 1 finale, he spent the first part of the season trying to prove his innocence from inside the Baltimore State Hospital for the Criminally Insane. When those efforts failed (and led to the death of former colleague Beverly Katz), Will took a new approach: He tried to have Hannibal killed.

On Friday's episode...

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- Adam Bryant

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Hannibal Postmortem: Where Do Will and Hannibal Go From Here?

11 April 2014 8:00 PM, PDT | TVGuide - Breaking News | See recent TVGuide - Breaking News news »

[Warning: The following story contains spoilers from Friday's episode of Hannibal. Read at  your own risk.]

"I'd like to resume my therapy."

With those words, NBC's Hannibal reverted back to the familiar Season 1 dynamic between troubled FBI consultant Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) and cannibalistic serial killer/psychiatrist Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen). But nothing is the same as the last time these two men sat across from one another in Hannibal's well-appointed office.

Spring Preview: Get scoop on your favorite returning shows

After Will was locked up for Hannibal's crimes in the Season 1 finale, he spent the first part of the season trying to prove his innocence from inside the Baltimore State Hospital for the Criminally Insane. When those efforts failed (and led to the death of former colleague Beverly Katz), Will took a new approach: He tried to have Hannibal killed.

On Friday's episode...

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- Adam Bryant

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Review: 'Hannibal' - 'Yakimono'

11 April 2014 8:00 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

A review of tonight's "Hannibal" coming up just as soon as my dog likes applesauce... There was a point in "Yakimono" where I began to worry that the show was finally falling prey to the problem it had very graciously avoided until now: that in order for Hannibal to keep getting away with it, the heroes have to be stupid. Now, Bryan Fuller and company have done decently with the idea that Alana is both not a cop and someone with a longer history with Hannibal, but you're still watching her steadfastly side with the bad guy. And Jack seems to alternate at random between believing that Hannibal is the bad guy and that he's not. (Why on earth do you bring Miriam Lass to be hypnotized by the guy who may have brainwashed her?) Will always knows the truth, and that carries things to a point, but one of »

- Alan Sepinwall

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Photos from Hannibal Episode 2.07

11 April 2014 4:33 PM, PDT | DailyDead | See recent DailyDead news »

As the Chesapeake Ripper’s body count continues to increase, will Hannibal be able to evade Jack Crawford for much longer? A discovery last episode and a change of fortunes this episode might be the beginning of the end for Hannibal. For a tease of what’s to come, take a look at our photo gallery for Yakimono:

Hannibal Episode 2.07 – Yakimono: “When Jack Crawford’s (Laurence Fishburne) star pupil Miriam Lass (Anna Chlumsky) is found alive, she becomes the FBI’s best hope to identifying the Chesapeake Ripper, but her foggy memory complicates the search. Evidence found at the site of Miriam’s rescue exonerates Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) of any involvement in the Ripper and Copycat cases, and he is released from the asylum. Will warns Dr. Chilton (Raúl Esparza) that he could be in danger due to his intimate knowledge of the Ripper case, but when Chilton tries »

- Jonathan James

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Hannibal Star Caroline Dhavernas Thinks Fans Should Be “Very Concerned” For Alana Bloom

11 April 2014 9:30 AM, PDT | TheFabLife - Movies | See recent TheFabLife - Movies news »

Caroline Dhavernas first became a favorite amongst television nerds when she starred as Jaye Tyler in Bryan Fuller‘s much-loved, but short-lived, series Wonderfalls. Now, she’s carved out a place in Fuller’s magnificent and macabre tv take on Dr. Hannibal Lecter: Hannibal. Dhavernas co-stars as Dr. Alana Bloom and we got her to open up about the character’s recent hookup, why Alana Bloom has given up on Will Graham completely and why she thinks the fans find Hannibal so sexy. Warning: Hannibal Season Two spoilers abound.

First things first: after last weeks episode, what was your personal reaction to the Hannibal and Alana Bloom hookup?

Well, I think it makes sense. It was a long time coming. Because last year we had that scene in the kitchen when he was trying to flirt with Alana a little bit. She wasn’t falling into that game because of »

- Meghan O'Keefe

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The Walking Dead, Hannibal, The Mindy Project: Tube Talk Q&A

10 April 2014 7:56 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Need to know when your favourite post-work TV indulgence will be back? Don't go to incompetent and unreliable sources like Barry from daaaahn the pub who claims to know someone from the BBC, come straight to us here at the Tube Talk Q&A. We'll welcome you with open arms. There's room in our hearts for all of you.

Read on for this week's scoop on shows including The Walking Dead, The Mindy Project and more...

Will Fox continue to show The Walking Dead the day after Us broadcast for series five?

No official confirmation on this just yet - season five won't be airing anywhere till October - but we'd be very surprised if Fox UK didn't keep up its new scheduling pattern.

When season four premiere '30 Days Without an Accident' aired over here five days after Us transmission, it pulled in 709k viewers. Compare that to midseason opener 'After', »

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8 spinoffs we want to see: Hunger Games, Doctor Who, Game of Thrones

10 April 2014 5:00 AM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - Movie News news »

The news that Jk Rowling's upcoming Harry Potter spinoff will be turned into a new movie series came as no great surprise - spinoffs are all the rage in Hollywood right now, although many of the big-hitters are still theoretical.

Disney's new Star Wars series and Sony's Spider-Man are among the franchises with potential standalone movies in the offing, while over on the small screen The Vampire Diaries has spawned a successful spinoff in The Originals, and its CW bedfellow Supernatural is hoping to follow suit.

So what other current properties and characters are crying out for a spin-off? The Digital Spy staff have round up a few ideas across movies and TV below...

1) The Hunger Games: Haymitch - Emma Dibdin, Features Editor

One of the great strengths of Suzanne Collins' Hunger Games books – and by extension their big-screen adaptations – is the efficiency with which they flesh out supporting characters. »

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Marc Warren joins The Musketeers series 2

10 April 2014 2:29 AM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

News Louisa Mellor 10 Apr 2014 - 10:15

A new villain has joined The Musketeers' second season, and Marc Warren is playing him...

Contains spoilers for The Musketeers series one finale.

Now that Peter Capaldi's swapped 17th century Paris for the Tardis, a villain-shaped hole was left in the now-filming second series of The Musketeers. Enter Marc Warren (Hustle, Mad Dogs), who has joined the BBC Sunday night drama as a series two regular.

Warren plays Rochefort in the second series, a man described by the official press bumf as "nursing many secrets and a dark past". Dangerous and charming, Rochefort also has, we're told, "a sinister web". Nasty.

The Comte de Rochefort is an antagonist created by Alexandre Dumas and has appeared in a number of Musketeers adaptations over the years, played by the likes of Christopher Lee (in the 1970s Musketeers trilogy) and most recently, Hannibal Lecter himself, »

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Hannibal season 2 episode 6 review: Futamono

8 April 2014 11:27 PM, PDT | Den of Geek | See recent Den of Geek news »

Review Laura Akers 9 Apr 2014 - 07:10

There's a chink in Hannibal's dramatic excellence, Laura argues: the show's treatment of its women...

This review contains spoilers.

2.6 Futamono

At this point, I don’t think it’s a secret that I am really enjoying Hannibal and think it’s excellent both from a technical and story-telling viewpoint. Unfortunately, that doesn’t mean that it’s perfect. In fact, it has one glaring issue that I otherwise try to look past, but this week’s Futamono highlighted it rather spectacularly.

That issue is women.

I get that this is a show primarily about male characters: Will Graham, Jack Crawford, and of course, Hannibal Lecter. But let’s be clear: just because a show’s writers choose to focus on a limited number of characters does not mean that we should expect the rest of the characters to be one-dimensional or otherwise throwaway. »

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Hannibal season 2 UK air date announced by Sky Living

7 April 2014 12:47 PM, PDT | Digital Spy | See recent Digital Spy - TV news news »

Hannibal season two has been given a UK air date.

Sky Living has announced that the horror drama - starring Mads Mikkelsen as Hannibal Lecter - will return to screens on May 6.

Series two of the NBC show premiered in February in the Us, with showrunner Bryan Fuller promising that this run will "strike new territory".

Fuller commented that the second season would have "a completely different flavour and structure and style of storytelling" than its first run.

"We shift everything so dramatically that it keeps the audience on their toes because they now don't know what to expect," he added.

Eddie Izzard - who starred as psychopathic killer Abel Gideon in two episodes of the show's debut series - confirmed to Digital Spy last year that he would return for season two, while Sex and the City star Cynthia Nixon will also appear in a recurring role.

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TV Recap: 'Hannibal' Episode 206 - 'Futamono'

5 April 2014 5:35 PM, PDT | FEARnet | See recent FEARnet news »

Hannibal Episode 206

“Futamono”

Written By: Andy Black, Bryan Fuller, Steve Lightfoot, and Scott Nimerfro

Directed By: Tim Hunter

Original Airdate: 4 April 2014

In This Episode…

Jack goes to see Will, and tells him that Hannibal was nearly killed by the man who killed the bailiff and the judge. The only important part of that “story” is that the orderly didn’t kill the judge - that was the Ripper. And nothing Will said made that happen - it just happened. He also knows why the Ripper kills in quick succession: if he waits too long, the meat spoils. Jack is surprised that the Ripper eats his victims, and equates him to Hobbs - a likeness that Will quickly erases: “Hobbs ate his victims to honor them. Hannibal eats his victims because to him, people are no better than pigs.” Will thinks he is going to hold a dinner party soon, and »

- Alyse Wax

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Hannibal Ep 2.06 “Futamono” a leg up on most TV episodes

5 April 2014 5:26 PM, PDT | SoundOnSight | See recent SoundOnSight news »

Hannibal Season 2, Episode 6 “Futamono”

Directed by Tim Hunter

Written by Steven Lightfoot

Airs Thursdays at 10pm Et on NBC

“Futamono” marks the halfway point in season two of Bryan Fuller’s small screen masterpiece Hannibal. The plot burns forward, setting up the romance between Hannibal and Alana, and placing enough proof of Lecter’s crimes directly in front of Jack and Chilton. There are lots of clever nods to Silence of the Lambs, from Will’s talk with Jack mirroring Hannibal’s conversation with Clarice about Buffalo Bill’s motives, to the discovery of Miriam Lass, trapped in a cellar. “Futamono” inches forward at such a speedy rate that it won’t come as a big surprise if the events in the season’s cold open take place before the finale. “Futamono” isn’t the most exciting instalment of the series, but there are a number of interesting twists, and »

- Ricky

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See the Promo and Some Stills from Hannibal Episode 2.07 - Yakimono

5 April 2014 8:30 AM, PDT | DreadCentral.com | See recent Dread Central news »

Free at last... and it tastes so good! Will is out of Chilton's asylum, unbound and looking for justice. Here's the promo along with a baker's half dozen stills from next week's Episode 2.07, "Yakimono," to whet your appetites.

"Hannibal" Episode 2.07 - "Yakimono" (airs 4/11/14; 10-11Pm): Will Is Released While The Discovery Of Miriam Lass Gives Jack New Hope - When Jack Crawford’s (Laurence Fishburne) star pupil, Miriam Lass (Anna Chlumsky), is found alive, she becomes the FBI’s best hope of identifying the Chesapeake Ripper, but her foggy memory complicates the search.

Evidence found at the site of Miriam’s rescue exonerates Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) of any involvement in the Ripper and Copycat cases, and he is released from the asylum. Will warns Dr. Chilton (Raúl Esparza) that he could be in danger due to his intimate knowledge of the Ripper case, but when Chilton tries to »

- Debi Moore

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Review: 'Hannibal' - 'Futamono'

4 April 2014 8:00 PM, PDT | Hitfix | See recent Hitfix news »

A review of tonight's "Hannibal" coming up just as soon as I play "Chopsticks"... It is really remarkable the ways in which "Hannibal" manages to be simultaneously restrained and cuckoo bananas in an episode like "Futamono." On the one hand, it's an episode where Dr. Lecter turns one murder victim into a human tree, guts another and hangs him with fish hooks, forces Abel Gideon to eat his own amuptated (and cooked-in-clay!) leg, and features the shocking last-second revelation that Miriam Lass is alive (minus the arm Hannibal chopped off to taunt Jack). Oh, and there's also the matter of Will imagining himself growing a massive set of antlers when Hannibal comes to visit him at the hospital. It's an hour full of insane, baroque imagery, even by "Hannibal" standards, and mixed with huge plot twists that feel genuinely surprising and fun rather than a contrivance to make people want »

- Alan Sepinwall

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SyFy Orders 12 Episodes of '12 Monkeys' from 'Nikita' Writers

4 April 2014 1:08 PM, PDT | Indiewire | See recent Indiewire news »

Two pilots based on movies go in, only one comes out. SyFy has decided to move forward with the television adaptation of Terry Gilliam's 1995 film "Twelve Monkeys" and pass on "High Noon" from "Hannibal" creator/writer Bryan Fuller, according to Deadline Hollywood. Both shows received pilot orders, but the network announced today they would only be ordering 12 episodes of "12 Monkeys" (fittingly) for a premiere in January 2015.  "12 Monkeys," the TV show, revolves around a time traveler played by Aaron Stanford ("Nikita," "X-Men 2") who's trying to save the world from a deadly plague destined to wipe out most of humanity. The role was played by Bruce Willis in the '95 film, but it was Brad Pitt who earned an Oscar nomination for his part as bug-eyed, mad as a hatter, Jeffrey Goines. No word on if Goines will appear in the show or who will be playing him, but Amanda Schull, »

- Ben Travers

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