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I have added 3 High Quality Stills of Mads Mikkelsen in Hannibal 3×08 – The Great Red Dragon.
NBC has run out of patience with its low-rated Thursday drama tandem of “Aquarius” and “Hannibal,” revealing Monday that they will move over to little-watched Saturday nights.
The scripted series will air from 9 to 11 p.m. on Saturday, flipping timeslots with the net’s popular “Dateline Saturday Mystery” crime franchise. Last week, the first-year Charles Manson-themed drama “Aquarius” and third-year “Hannibal” both delivered tiny 0.4 ratings in adults 18-49, while “Dateline” did double that (0.8) on Saturday.
The network’s advanced schedule shows the timeslot swap taking place in early August, but insiders confirmed Monday that the move is effective immediately.
The network effectively canceled “Hannibal” last month, announcing that “Hannibal” would not return to the network after its current 13-episode season wraps, but renewed “Aquarius” for a second season.
Saturday has long been a final resting place for underperforming series. Over the Independence Day holiday weekend, CBS began airing never-aired episodes of recent comedy failures “The Millers” and “The McCarthys.” Last summer, NBC slid drama “Crossbones” from Friday to Saturday to end its run.
Could there be reason to crack the Chianti? “Hannibal” creator Bryan Fuller left the cabinet just a little open – possibly for a movie – at a panel discussing the recently-canceled series.
According to Variety, Fuller told Comic-Con attendees today (July 11), “We are still looking… We don’t have a lot of answers and we’re looking at the possibility of a feature.”
He added, “We’d like to continue with the show so the way this season ends, there may be an opportunity for a little break and then hopefully we’ll find a way to bring Mads [Mikkelsen] and Hugh [Dancy] back to you.”
The future is still, obviously, in question: Following NBC’s dismissal of the series, Fuller shopped “Hannibal” around to Netflix and Amazon hoping to breathe new life into it. But on July 6, Fuller announced both streaming video services passed on picking it up.