Monday Apr 7
The Star Online
Can Will Graham make it out of the darkness?
IN a strange twist of events, the first season of Hannibal ends with FBI criminal profiler extraordinaire Will Graham sent to a dungeon cell at the Baltimore Psychiatric Hospital on murder charges, while Hannibal Lecter remains a free man.
Both real-life and fictional serial killers have fascinated audiences for decades with stories that pit the ability of society to keep order against hidden evil that's an affront to that order.
The best TV show you're (probably) not watching
The idea of resurrecting a popular horror movie in the guise of a serialized prequel for television is not one that inspires confidence, but two shows that do just that have made it to a second season and enjoy varying degrees of commercial and critical success.
Television Without Pity
Before we get into this week's episode, I have a bonus recap for you! As you may know, Hannibal is officially an adaptation of the Thomas Harris novel Red Dragon .
A second serving of dinner and death
Hugh Dancy, as Will Graham, has gone from helping convicted serial killers to being behind bars himself.