Hannibal "The Cannibal" Lecter got the small-screen treatment in NBC's critically beloved series set between the events of "Red Dragon" and "Silence of the Lambs." Mads Mikkelsen plays the role of the carnivorous doctor instead of Anthony Hopkins as he tries to help FBI Agent Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) solve grisly murders.
From Dusk Til Dawn (Season 3 premieres fall 2016)
The series continues the adventures of Gecko Brothers as they battle a horde of ravenous vampires originally seen in the 1996 Robert Rodriguez movie, with the show airing on Rodriguez's El Rey Network.
Jake McDorman's character takes cues from Bradley Cooper, who starred in the original movie, in this CBS series. But its originally strong ratings trailed off as its first season wore on, leading to its cancellation.
Everybody's favorite Antichrist got all grown up in A&E's follow-up to "The Omen." Bradley James starred as the title character, who discovers his dark roots as he reaches adulthood.
Animal Kingdom (premieres June 14)
Based on a 2010 Australian movie of the same name, the TNT series moves to Southern California. A teenager moves in with his estranged family, only to learn they make their living through armed robberies.
Mike Epps stars as the titular uncle, who is much better at goofing off than he is at helping to raise his brother's kids. Epps takes over the role from John Candy, who played the character in the 1989 John Hughes movie.
Shooter (premieres July 19)
Ryan Phillippe will play Bob Lee Swagger, a veteran sniper framed for a murder. Mark Wahlberg first played the character in the 2007 film and will executive produce the series.
Clive Standen will have to prove he has the particular set of skills necessary to take over for Liam Neeson in this NBC prequel series that will show us how Bryan Mills became the man kidnappers everywhere came to fear.