All three seasons of Bryan Fuller’s Hannibal are coming to Netflix.
Fans of the former NBC drama will be able to begin streaming the gory horror series on June 5. Netflix announced its arrival with a straight-to-the-point tweet on its See What’s Next Twitter account. “All three seasons of Bryan Fuller’s bloody brilliant Hannibal will be available on Netflix in The US starting June 5,” it wrote.
Developed by Fuller, Hannibal follows psychiatrist and cannibal Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelson) in the prime of his killing spree. He is recruited by FBI profiler Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) to help catch a rather elusive serial killer. However, Graham does not realize that Lecter is harboring a dark and gruesome secret.
Co-starring Caroline Dhavernas, Laurence Fishburne, Scott Thompson, Aaron Abrams, Gillian Anderson and Hettienne Park, the show gained a cult following during its run, earning a 92 percent overall rating from critics on Rotten Tomatoes.
Despite the high scorings, NBC still chose to cancel the show after three seasons in 2015, leaving fans unsure of the fates of the two characters after the final episode ended with a literal cliffhanger. Fuller has kept high hopes for the return of the series over the past five years, mainly looking to streaming services to save the popular series.
All three seasons of Bryan Fuller's cult hit Hannibal will arrive on Netflix in early June.