Season 2 returns to a low 1.1 in the key demo
The only problem with this season's premiere is that it ends
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TCA 2014: NBC previews show's Feb. 28 return
Berry will executive produce, with Jeffrey Caine ("Goldeneye") writing
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The actress will guest star on the NBC thriller's upcoming second season
The production and distribution studio behind "Hannibal" renews its CEO's contract, announces EVP hire and additional promotion
Her character could shake things up for Jack Crawford on the NBC thriller's second season
Pirate drama will star John Malkovich as Blackbeard
NBC's "Save Me" and Fox's "Does Someone Have to Go" also drop in key demo
"Hannibal" dips, while "Save Me" and "Does Someone Have to Go" rise
13-episode second season will air "no earlier than midseason," NBC says
The Mormon church-owned station also refused to air "The Playboy Club" and "The New Normal"
In light of the terrorist attack and manhunt, the network has pulled Episode 4
NBC's "Hannibal" slips
"Hannibal" draws even with last week's soft premiere
"Big Bang Theory" takes first place in key demo and total viewers
Artisanal killings, more macabre insects, and deer as accessories to murder
The new two-minute trailer for NBC's modern adaptation of Thomas Harris' classic character, which debuts on April 4
New spin on the Hannibal Lecter story will air Thursdays at 10 p.m.
Live adaptation from "Smash" producers expected at end of next year
NBC chief also outlines plans for "Smash," "Sound of Music" project
Mikkelsen just won Best Actor at Cannes
NBC moves low-rated "Whitney" and "Community" to Friday no man's land and passes on Sarah Silverman, Roseanne Barr projects
David Slade moves from vampires to cannibals with NBC's new series "Hannibal"
"Black Hawk Down" star Hugh Dancy will play an FBI agent and protege of Dr. Lecter in NBC's new series "Hannibal"
NBC gives 13-episode series order to "Hannibal," bringing big-screen's iconic cannibal to network TV.