After three seasons, "Hannibal" has finally wrapped up. Just a few episodes into the start of season 3, fans had already been crushed with the news that they will no longer be having a dose of Will Graham and Hannibal Lecter weekly after this season finishes. Although possibilities of the series continuing is slowly dwindling, the hopes of a movie happening may still push through.
According to Screenrant, showrunner Bryan Fuller recently gave an update about this news, he is quoted saying, "[Executive producer] Martha De Laurentiis is looking into financing for a film. I'm still hoping that we get to tell that story in some way. There is something in the novel Hannibal that has not been done in any of the adaptations and I would love to explore that with Will Graham and Hannibal Lecter. I'm hoping that someday, whether it's a year from now … two years from now … that we will continue to get to tell that story. I feel like if Will Graham did survive that plunge, his most interesting chapter is yet to be told."
Season 3 did have an adequate ending, although it was never told if Hannibal and Will had met their end, so the return of the characters will not be surprising. Fuller's intention for a film may be to close the story properly with a definitive ending. However, fans feel unconvinced that a movie would satisfy the series and that the only way to continue on after the great run Hannibal has had would be to continue the show. more >>
"Grimm" season 5 is only two months away, and spoilers and updates are now available for the popular NBC fantasy series.
In an interview at the 2015 Comic-Con, Grimm star Russell Hornsby revealed a few details about his character Hank Griffin's fate in the show's fifth season. The recent death of Nick Burkhardt's loved ones will bring out his darker side and will put a rift between him and his friend Hank, according to Movie News Guide.
In season 4, Trubel killed Nick's girlfriend Juliette (Bitsie Tulloch) to save him. Nick had unsuccessfully tried to kill Juliette to avenge his mother, but found himself unable to do it because of his love for her. Trubel then stepped in and finished the job and the scene ended with Juliette dying in Nick's arms, the Latin Post reports. more >>
"Downtown Abbey" is only a couple of weeks away from its sixth and final season, and its recently released trailer hints at a very dramatic end for the series.
The trailer for the last installation of Downtown Abbey will evoke feelings of both sadness and joy in the heart of its viewers, especially with its very melancholic background song. The trailer begins with Lord Grantham, who is played by Hugh Bonneville, talking to Mr. Carson (Jim Carter), and telling him that he could not stop time even if he wanted to, according to E! Online.
"If I could stop history in its tracks, maybe I would. But I can't, Carson. You nor I can hold back time," Lord Grantham said. more >>
The recent decision to make Ronda Rousey fight earlier than expected just shows how strong of a draw she is.
Undoubtedly one of the biggest names in mixed martial arts, the UFC women's bantamweight champion was slated to fight in January 2016 for UFC 195.
However, she will be fighting Holly Holm now on November 14 at Melbourne, Australia. more >>
Monday was a dark event for professional wrestling and fans of the sport as it is reported that a man was shot near a WWE Performance Center in Orlando, Florida.
According to reports, the man was in the area as he was trying to reach a female wrestler, with many people classifying him as "fixated" on his target.
His run-in with the law resulted in a gunshot that required surgery. According to Sheriff Jerry Demings, the wound he obtained was life-threatening. more >>
The first season of "Married at First Sight" was considered a success because two out of the three pairs have remained married after six months. But with a zero marital success in the second season, a third installation for the reality show is now doubtful.
Married at First Sight season 2's three couples got divorced in the end, and one of the stars filed a restraining order against her spouse. This situation threw the reality show in a doubtful light and there are now speculations that the experimental show will not be renewed, according to Realty Today.
In an interview with Entertainment Tonight, Married at First Sight executive director Sam Dean explained that their four experts are behind the love matches, not the producers. The candidates all go through a stringent process involving record checks and personality and psychological tests. more >>