‘Hannibal’: Bryan Fuller Explains Why He Scrapped the Next 4 Scripts After He Saw the Pilot

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Hannibal is a show that, even as I was watching it on the air, confused me as to how it could actually be on the air. The NBC horror-opera aired for three seasons under the tutelage of Bryan Fuller, who yielded some of the most violent, psychologically upsetting, and generally fucked imagery I’ve ever seen on television, network or not. And as Collider’s very own Steve Weintraub recently learned in an in-depth, exclusive 90-minute interview with Fuller and star Hugh Dancy, this singular creative vision changed dramatically pretty early in its shape. Based on Thomas …




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