Jun 25, 2015 04:27 PM EST
Hannibal Could Go On, According to Showrunner
Bryan Fuller, showrunner for "Hannibal", has been speaking to various outlets about the future of the series. As we know, NBC made the decision to cancel after three seasons.
Fuller, however, has a distributor behind him, and they are looking for another venue to keep the series alive. One possibility is to keep the series going on Amazon, since they already have the streaming rights for the first two seasons.
When asked about the possibility of finding Hannibal a new home, Fuller said, You know? I think there's probably, it feels like maybe a 50/50 chance. There's certain places that can't do it for various reasons. There's other places that are interested in doing a fourth season. I'm very curious which way it will go. I honestly have no idea. With "Wonderfalls" in particular, when that was canceled, it was a sense of seeing the back 9 so clearly, and being surprised at the hopelessness of it all. I guess because the show had been about hope in a strange way. So that one was probably the one that stung the most, and then "Pushing Daisies," that stung, but it felt like was a tale left to be told with it. "Wonderfalls," I felt like I can't imagine this quirky show finding life beyond the television show."
So, for those of you that are fans of the show, don't lose hope yet!
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