Some of the open wounds from Season 2 are sutured while others continue to fester. As the major players converge, their curiosities regarding each other's singular nature bleed out. Ambiguity mounts concerning who is manipulating whom. Meanwhile, the subjects of Hannibal's ultimate 'tableau vivante' each fundamentally altered begin to imitate his twisted art. Jack Crawford receives a chilling condolence.
D Whitney Smith
Did You Know?
The role of Mason Verger was previously played by Michael Pitt
in season 2. Pitt was unavailable to reprise the role, so beginning with this episode, he was replaced by Joe Anderson
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During the season 2 finale when Hannibal leaves his house, it does not appear that there is a wheelchair ramp; therefore, it is improbable that Dr. Bloom could have gotten into the house in her wheelchair. See more
Dr. Alana Bloom
Forgiveness isn't all it's cracked up to be, Mr. Verger. I don't need religion to appreciate the idea of Old Testament revenge.
Peer Gynt Suite No. 1, Op. 46: II. Åses død (The Death of Aase)
Performed by Bergen Philharmonic Orchestra & Ole Kristian Ruud See more