This episode of "Hannibal" took a bit of a slower pace than the last few episodes, but it was no less thrilling. We get to see more of how everyone in this crazy cast of characters is dong on an emotional level years after Hannibal’s capture.
Digestivo is being hailed as the best episode of not just season 3 of "Hannibal," but the entire series! There are so many surprising moments that take your breath away, it kept you literally on the edge of your seat the entire time.
While Fannibals such as myself drown themselves in tears over the cancellation of the show, episode 5 of season 3 presented one of the bloodiest episodes of the season! It felt long over due as this season found itself tipping way too far over in to being meta.
What a horrible week its been for us Fannibals. In a scary foreshadowing event, I wrote that if they didn’t pick up the pace on Hannibal the show might face cancellation. It was then revealed on Monday (of all days) that the show is officially canceled on NBC.
Another slow episode in season 3, Secondo just scratched the surface of Hannibal’s troubled past. It also posed the question of why Hannibal is the way he is. The episode uses the themes expressed in Thomas Harris’s Hannibal Rising novel to try and explain why Hannibal is the cannibal serial killer he is.
Hannibal’s season 3 episode 2 entitled Primavera might be the first time I ever felt like falling asleep during an episode. This season is already off to a very slow start and I can only hope that the third episode is the charmed (and more exciting one).
If you’re a die hard fanibal like me, then you’re breathlessly awaiting the season 3 premiere of Hannibal on June 4th. The season opener on June 4th is set to run on NBC at 10PM est with the intriguing title “Antipasto.”
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