Nerdist to Host a Reunion Q&A with the Cast and Crew of ‘Hannibal’

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Five years ago, the incredible psychological crime drama Hannibal aired its series finale. Now, the pop culture website Nerdist is giving Fannibals even more content. On June 25, Nerdist hosted a Zoom Q&A that reunited the cast and crew of the show, including: Hugh Dancy, Mads Mikkelsen, Bryan Fuller, Caroline Dhavernas, Gillian Anderson, Martha DeLaurentiis, Hettienne Park, Scott Thompson, Aaron Abrams, and more.

On Saturday, July 11, Fannibals will be able to watch the full Q&A panel, where the cast and crew talk about behind-the-scenes life, hint at the potential future of the show, and discuss Hannigram moments. The panel will be available on the Nerdist YouTube channel at 10 a.m. PT/1 p.m. ET. They will also be hosting a live chat while they air the initial panel, with potential surprise guests making an appearance.

Hannibal ran for three seasons on NBC from 2013-2015. Based on the characters created by author Thomas Harris, Hannibal follows criminal profiler Will Graham and his early relationship with Dr. Hannibal Lecter, as they work with the FBI to profile and catch serial killers. Meanwhile, Hannibal — who also happens to be a serial killer causing problems for the FBI — continues to elude capture. The show stars Hugh Dancy as Will, Mads Mikkelsen as Dr. Lecter, Laurence Fishburne, Caroline Dhavernas, Hettienne Park, Gillian Anderson, Scott Thompson, and Aaron Abrams. It was created by Bryan Fuller.

All three seasons of Hannibal are currently streaming on Netflix and Amazon Prime Video. If you haven’t watched yet and are on the fence about it, read our article about why you should here. Though the show has been effectively cancelled by NBC, Fannibals continue to hold out hope and fight for the show’s renewal.

Make sure to tune in to Nerdist’s YouTube on July 11 at 10 a.m. PT.

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