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Hannibal (tv program)

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  • 'The Hunt' review: Guilty until proven innocent

    'The Hunt' review: Guilty until proven innocent
    **1/2 (out of four) Early in the Danish drama "The Hunt," Theo (Thomas Bo Larsen) tells his wife, Agnes (Anna Louise Hassing), that she's beautiful because she doesn't know it. Since he neglects to cite One Direction, I assume he wants his word to be...
  • McNamara's Picks: 'True Detective,' 'Girls,' 'Downton Abbey' and more

    McNamara's Picks: 'True Detective,' 'Girls,' 'Downton Abbey' and more
    It's a big week for TV. Not only are a lot of shows coming back from their brief midwinter hiatuses — "Sleepy Hollow!" tonight with a two-hour episode! — the midseason replacements have begun.  Here are a few things you won't want to miss this...
  • Movie stars happily flocking to TV

     Movie stars happily flocking to TV
    The Berlin Wall was a thing of chicken wire and Kleenex compared with the barrier that once stood between film and television in America. Unlike British actors, who moved easily between stage, television and film, American movie stars were essentially...
  • TV Review: 'The Blacklist'

    If "Hannibal" was a prequel to "The Silence of the Lambs," "The Blacklist" plays like a de facto sequel -- which isn't necessarily a bad thing. Creating a toothy vehicle for James Spader, few series can boast such a compelling central figure, even if...
  • Video: 'Parenthood' gears up for its Thursday move

    Video: 'Parenthood' gears up for its Thursday move
    It's nearly time to redirect your tears to Thursday nights. "Parenthood," which has long lived in the shadows on NBC's lineup, returns for its fifth season on Thursday at 10 p.m. ET/PT, its plum new time slot. It will cap off the network's shift in...
  • 'Breaking Bad': 7 Lessons Showbiz Can Learn From the Gamechanging Series

    With "Breaking Bad's" final episode set to air Sunday, consumers and the industry alike are busily discussing the show's impact on television. The AMC drama has overcome numerous hurdles during its five year run on the net, whether it be production...
  • FX's 'The Bridge' at the Center of the DVR Revolution

    Americans' viewing habits have changed markedly since the advent of DVRs, and perhaps no show has benefited from time-shifted playback quite like FX's "The Bridge," which wraps its first season tonight. In what's believed to be a first, the Shine America...
  • Mipcom's Profile Rises As TV Hits Golden Age

    CANNES -- The global boom of upscale cast-driven drama has injected some glamour and timeliness into the Cannes-set Mipcom confab, turning it into a one-stop-launchpad for top sales companies. The looming airstrike, which was eventually cancelled on...
  • COVER STORY: Brave Nude World: Pay TV Pushing Boundaries

    Asked about the trend toward "reprehensible protagonists" -- a la "Breaking Bad's" Walter White, "Boardwalk Empire's" Nucky Thompson or "Dexter's" serial killer -- Showtime Entertainment chief David Nevins offered a surprisingly frank answer. "It's...
  • TV Review: NBC's 'Dracula' Doesn't Suck

    Concocting some playful twists on the well-worn Dracula mythology, NBC's international version of Bram Stoker's bloodsucker transforms him into a revenge-seeking schemer -- someone with a "Death Wish" in more ways than one, waging war against a shadowy...
  • World TV Markets Have Big Love for French Fare

    It's liftoff time. Powered by a crop of established producers, pay TV giant Canal Plus and a surge of international alliances, Gallic fiction production is slowly but surely taking off and landing in other countries -- including the notoriously hard-to-...