The second episode of NBC's "Hannibal" is almost here, and with that we've got an all new poster to show you guys that opens its mouth to madness! After you get done taking a look at the new art for "Hannibal" be sure to get caught up on the latest stills from episode 2 right HERE!
The series stars Hugh Dancy as expert criminal profiler Will Graham, who has a unique ability to peer into the mind of serial killers. Mads Mikkelsen stars as Dr. Hannibal Lecter, a psychiatrist who is helping with the cases... also a serial killer himself. Laurence Fishburne stars as Jack Crawford, the head of the FBI's Behavioral Science Unit. Gillian Anderson, Scott Thompson, Lara Jean Chorostecki, Caroline Dhavernas and Hettienne Park also co-star.
Titled "Sakizuki", episode 2 goes a little like this:
The case of the human soup becomes clearer when a victim that has escaped from the killer’s clutches washes downstream after a deadly fall, leaving valuable evidence for the BAU team to uncover. Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) assists on the case, sniffing out clues of his own from of the victim’s body. Meanwhile, Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) begins a plan of manipulation from within the asylum, set on proving his own innocence. Hannibal is able to put the clues together before the BAU team, arriving at the killer’s silo and helping him to carry out his fascinating, yet deadly tableau… just not in the way the killer intended. Jack (Laurence Fishburne) tries to deal with his guilt over not protecting Will and submits to mandated therapy after Alana Bloom’s (Caroline Dhavernas) scathing report. To Jack’s surprise the counseling turns out to be beneficial. The BAU team independently arrives at the silo, finding a human tapestry of forty-seven bodies patched together, the killer hidden in plain sight. Awaiting his upcoming trial, Will is surprised by an unexpected guest - Bedelia du Maurier (Gillian Anderson) - who gives him a much-needed boost to his psyche. Also starring Hettienne Park and Aaron Abrams.
"Hannibal" airs on Friday nights at 10/9c on NBC.