Although “Buffet Froid” was not quite on the same level of quality the show has been recently, it was, nevertheless, a welcome look into Will Graham’s character. I can’t really decide if this show is truly about Will or Hannibal, and I think that contrast is intentional, but the scales have definitely been tipped in Hannibal’s favor as of late. In “Buffet Froid” we learn that there is more going

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After announcing to his podcast audience over the weekend that Sony had offered him the opportunity to return as show runner to Community, Dan Harmon has finally announced via his Twitter account that he will, in fact, be returning to the show for its newly announced fifth season, a development that will no doubt delight fans of the show who were somewhat disappointed by the critical and commercial decline of the

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I’ve said before in my reviews of Hannibal that Hannibal himself is by far the most interesting character in the show, but after watching “Trou Normand” it’s safe for me to say that the rest of the cast is falling into place nicely around him in their own compelling ways. After two Hannibal-centric episodes, the focus of “Trou Normand” shifts instead towards Will’s psychological decline and a welcome and revealing

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Hannibal is an interesting show in the way it walks the line between serial structure and episodic structure. For the past three weeks or so, I’ve been expecting the show to really knuckle down and start the whole “chase for the Chesapeake killer” where every episode will build on the events of the last one, tension rising as Will and the FBI get a little bit closer to discovering Hannibal at the center

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