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Only FX’s “American Horror Story” beats the Bryan Fuller show for the most in-demand horror series

"Hannibal" was canceled in 2015 after three seasons. (NBC)

Bryan Fuller’s “Hannibal” was the second most in-demand horror series in the United States going into October, according to Parrot Analytics‘ data, which takes into account consumer research, streaming, downloads and social media, among other engagement.

Despite having concluded on NBC in 2015. The show’s dedicated community of “Fannibals” has helped keep interest in the show alive well after its finale. 

But the most in-demand horror series in the U.S. going into October was FX’s “American Horror Story,” which had 26.4 times the average series demand for the month.

10 most in-demand horror series, September 2022, U.S. (Parrot Analytics)

The anthology format seems to be a natural fit for horror series.