Hannibal Season Two Buffet! Two New Clips, Two Trailers, And Disturbing Screen Caps For You To Devour

Hannibal will begin its second season next Friday, February 28th, and we can’t wait. Last Friday, IGN dropped two new clips from the premiere, and the first one, titled “Not My Friend”, seems to pick up where the breathtaking Season One finale left off:

In the second, “The 4th Body,” Hannibal helps police look at some grisly remains:

Here’s two great, image-rich, and very unsettling full trailers for Season Two… the first one is more exposition-heavy than the other.

I’m guessing NBC runs these after the all the little kids have all gone to bed (at least I hope so)…

Here’s that gallery of screencaps from the two trailers (plenty of the grabs were taken from the sections where a series of graphic shots just flash by). Click any of the images (which I do NOT own or claim any creative credit for). Say, have you eaten yet?

“Kaiseki” (airs 2/28/14; 10-11PM); here’s the official description from the season premiere from NBC:
Will (Hugh Dancy) is determined to fight for his innocence as Hannibal (Mads Mikkelsen) and Jack (Laurence Fishburne) try to wrap their heads around the fact he’s behind bars.

Hannibal Back For Seconds in February

It’s about time Hannibal ‘s back! We’ll need something to fill the void after the American Horror Story Coven finale at the end of January, too (unfortunately, we’ll have to wait for Friday, February 28th for the Hannibal season 2 premiere). The tagline for Hannibal Season Two premiere teasers? “Embrace the Madness.

As soon as they start running raw new footage in the promos, we’ll let you know! Bring it on.



hannibal episode pulled boston bombingsHungry for more Hannibal? Good news — NBC announced Thursday that the acclaimed thriller’s 13-episode second season will launch on Friday, Feb. 28 at 10/9c.

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Dracula, which is currently occupying the 10 pm perch, airs its season (series?) finale on Jan. 24.

“Bryan and his team are running on all creative cylinders once again and have delivered episodes full of intrigue, scares and surprises,” said NBC prez Jennifer Salke. “The show continues to astound us with its incredible aesthetic beauty and its amazingly talented cast.”

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