Bryan Fuller, the showrunner of Hannibal, has confirmed that the long-awaited Season 4 of the horror-based thriller is coming.
For those who can recall back to the final episode of Season 3 – and, in the meantime, the series, one might recall what a devastating cliffhanger finished the show with (and somehow realistic). While hugging one other on a cliff following the assassination of their competitor, Francis Dolarhyde, Will and Hannibal fell to their deaths. Even if both of them fail, at least one of them may be able to make it out of this one alive because of Fuller’s previous work on the subject matter.
Is Season 4 of Hannibal on the way?
Speaking about Season 4, Hannibal’s actor remarked on the Happy Sad Confused podcast that “things are developing towards a new season” because the program “found a new home on Netflix.” because it appears like the original collection is still functioning, to be honest. Alive or dead, no one in the cast, Mikkelsen said, will say no to this revival of the show. The actor said, “We were all overjoyed by the news.”
Even though he has been swamped since the end of the program, the actor of Fantastic Beasts has made it plain that he is still willing to reprise his part for Fannibals worldwide. Some of us believe the show ended appropriately. There’s little harm in hoping for a fourth season of Hannibal, knowing the possibilities that may arise later.
Why Is Bryan Fuller So Confident?
He also said that Dancy and Mikkelsen were serious about filming Hannibal Season 4, and it was up to him to make that happen. Bryan Fuller disclosed his plans for the fourth chapter in June 2016. According to Fuller, they began talking Season 2 back in August of last year. Then we have to look at the character’s rights and plot to determine who is interested in how we do it.
A few months later, the Fannibals learned that Fuller had planned to incorporate Clarice Starling and some of the plot twists from The Silence of the Lambs into Season 4 of Hannibal, something he had also discussed in the Shock Waves podcast. He claims that if he is successful, the show will be a miniseries consisting of six to eight episodes. However, he’ll have to borrow the rights to Thomas Harris’ novel from the filmmakers Orion Pictures if he wants to do so. The side story based on Clarice by CBS was unfortunate, however. MGM owns the film’s rights, and Fuller has confirmed his official Twitter account. Fuller’s official Twitter account. That means that Clarice’s narrative will never be told.