On Hannibal, Will resumes his patient care with Hannibal and Jack heads into his own form of therapy over Will. Read our review to find out more!
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Hannibal Review: Reckoning
On Hannibal's season premiere, Will is still in jail thanks to Hannibal. But he vows to bring a reckoning.
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Hannibal Review: The Truth Comes Out
On the Hannibal season finale, Will finally begins putting together the pieces of Hannibal's murders. Read our review of "Savorueux" to find out how Hannibal reacts!
Hannibal Review: Curiosity Kills
On Hannibal, Lecter's true intentions for Will begin to take form just as his curiosity with Abigail reaches an impasse. Read on for our review of "Releves."
Hannibal Review: Collapse
On Hannibal, Dr. Gideon escapes and begins to kill those who wronged him. With Alana in Gideon's sights, read our review to find out how Will handled the situation.
Hannibal Review: Unmasked
Will's mental stability further deteriorates on Hannibal, while a mysterious girl witnesses Lecter in action. Read on for our review of "Buffet Froid."
Hannibal Review: A Totem Pole of Corpses
On Hannibal, Jack and Will investigate a totem pole of corpses while Abigail makes a startling confession to Hannibal. Read our review of "Trou Normand."
Hannibal Review: This Plane is Goin' Down!
It was all guts and glory on tonight's Hannibal. Mostly the guts, but you can learn more in the review.
Hannibal Review: A Very Well Tailored Person Suit
As Hannibal fills his refrigerator, Jack is certain he is on the verge of catching the Chesapeake Ripper. Meanwhile, a subtle dance of psychiatry ensues.
Hannibal Review: The Ripper
Lecter's true nature is revealed on Hannibal. Read our review to find out how it happened!
Hannibal Review: Left Behind
Hannibal dealt with some tragic news for Jack this week, while Lecter tried to drive a wedge between Jack and Will. Read on for our latest review.
Hannibal Review: Origins
On Hannibal this week, Will unknowingly closes in on Lecter's motives, while Lecter makes a move to cover up a crime. Read our review of "Potage."