Air Date: April 4th, 2013
Criminal profiler Will Graham teams up with Dr. Hannibal Lecter to hunt serial killers.
Genres: Crime drama
Season 3 - Episode 13 : The Wrath of the Lamb Aug 29, 2015
Will orchestrates a plot involving Hannibal in hope of slaying Francis Dolarhyde; Bedelia is concerned for Will and the lives of those close to him.
Season 3 - Episode 12 : The Number of the Beast Is 666 ... Aug 22, 2015
The FBI enlists the help of Dr. Fredrick Chilton in hope of drawing Francis Dolarhyde into an ambush; Will's empathy for Dolarhyde impacts his psyche.
Season 3 - Episode 11 : ... And the Beast From the Sea Aug 15, 2015
With a full moon approaching, Jack and Will are certain that Francis Dolarhyde will strike again but they lack a solid lead; Alana gives Hannibal a chance for redemption.
Season 3 - Episode 10 : And the Woman Clothed in Sun Aug 8, 2015
Carvings retrieved from crime scenes help Will and the FBI learn about Francis Dolarhyde's psychology; Dolarhyde finds a way to communicate with Hannibal.
Season 3 - Episode 9 : And the Woman Clothed With the Sun ... Aug 1, 2015
As the search for Francis Dolarhyde (Richard Armitage) continues, Will starts imagining himself in Dolarhyde's tormented psyche -- and asks Hannibal for help with the serial killer's profile; a new woman (Rutina Wesley) enters Dolarhyde's life.
Hannibal captures your imagination with the prospect of Graham using his imagination to figure a way out. [28 Feb 2014, p.65] Show More
Season three of Hannibal wanders off into dark, unexpected territory in Italy, remaining even more incisively and ambitiously written than the last season, and sporting the most radically expressive imagery currently on television. Show More
Hannibal is the most radical enterprise on network television right now.... Hannibal is also one of the most hilariously ridiculous shows on TV. The fussy perfectionism of Hannibal Lecter, from his impeccable suits with jaunty pocket squares to his smirking murmurs of polysyllabic nonsense, is screamingly camp while lacking the wit of truly accomplished camp. Show More