Hannibal: postmorten thoughts on artrtainment.
Ricardo Bustamante E.

Luckyly, I didnt have to go through the angst of a cancellation. In my country, Hannibal was only available to Sky subscribers, and budgetary constraints (as well as a self-imposed moratorium on TV entertainment) spared me what would have been a torrid love affair with this magnificently produced TV series.

I was so lucky that way, because i got to BINGE on Hannibal, all 4 seasons, 40 chapters back-to-back 4 hours daily for 10 days. and Oh that was SO good. Wherever corporate greed deprives us of beauty, beauty finds a way. And for me the way was shamelessly torrenting the whole thing, and I don’t regret it one bit.

I’ve been a fan of the character since i was first exposed to it with Silence of the lambs. I loved all the books, every last letter printed on them. I should have the person responsible for the “Hannibal Rising” movie for dinner.

Now I could go on, but I would like to ask you first. Did you finish watching the series?

Haha, now I feel compelled to write my own review of the series as a whole and how it fits into the Hannibal Lecter Franchise.

Best regards, H-Lo.

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