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Hannibal (tv program)

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  • Thursday: LeBron James, Clint Eastwood, Hannibal Lecter

    Thursday: LeBron James, Clint Eastwood, Hannibal Lecter
    A few programs to keep in mind Thursday: LeBron James may deliver the most drama in prime time as his Miami Heat take on the Indiana Pacers in Game 5 of the NBA Eastern Conference Finals. The series is tied. The pivotal fifth game in Miami starts at 8:...
  • NBC renews 'Hannibal'

    NBC renews 'Hannibal'
    Looks like Hannibal Lecter has a few more dinner parties to look forward to. NBC announced Thursday it has renewed its drama "Hannibal," centered on the iconic villain who grew to prominence following the 1991 film "The Silence of the Lambs," for a 13-...
  • Q&A: Henry Winkler wants another season of 'Arrested Development'

    Q&A: Henry Winkler wants another season of 'Arrested Development'
    Henry Winkler has managed to stay in the comedy zeitgeist for more than 40 years, from his star-shot to fame on "Happy Days" in 1974 to the fourth season of "Arrested Development" on Netflix. These days Winkler continues to make recurring appearances on...
  • 'Hannibal' on TV: In decorating, he's a man of good taste

    "Hannibal," the recently renewed NBC drama about psychiatrist-serial killer-cannibal Hannibal Lecter, may be as fiendishly gory as TV gets, but the interior decorating is undeniably elegant. Series creator Bryan Fuller, a partner in L.A. design store...
  • Review: 'The Hunt' a searing study of a single lie's aftermath

     Review: 'The Hunt' a searing study of a single lie's aftermath
    "The Hunt" is a terrifying cautionary tale about the loss of innocence, sexual abuse and children. But in a chilling twist, the innocence lost is that of a single father, a respected member of the community, a beloved kindergarten teacher suddenly...
  • NBC talks about cable competition, Hillary Clinton mini-series

    NBC talks about cable competition, Hillary Clinton mini-series
    With cable television taking more chances with edgy content, NBC Entertainment President Jennifer Salke said it was important for the network to let producers know that it too will stand by programs that push the envelope. Responding to a question at...
  • 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...
  • 'The Blacklist' gets early renewal from NBC

    NBC is putting "The Blacklist" on its renewed list. The peacock network announced Tuesday it has ordered a full 22-episode second season of its breakout fall drama.  The Monday series has established itself as the biggest debut of the season,...
  • Review: 'Hannibal's' next course is tastier than the last

    Serial killer dramas are strange and guilty pleasures. Whether penned by a master or cranked out by a hack, there is no beauty and little insight to be gained from the story of an actual socio- or psychopath, beyond the obvious horror that such people...
  • Women deserve better than TV's murder and mayhem shows

     Women deserve better than TV's murder and mayhem shows
    For those of us grown weary of the tortured white male detectives/criminals who occupy so much prime television real estate, "Those Who Kill," which premieres Monday on A&E, offers some small comfort. Not only is the tortured detective lead a woman, she's...
  • NBC's fall TV 2013 schedule: 'Parenthood' moves to Thursdays, 'Revolution' on Wednesdays, 'Hannibal' fate unclear

     
    NBC's making some big changes for its 2013-14 schedule, moving several established shows, including "Parenthood" and "Revolution," to new nights....