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Netflix: Movies and TV Shows Leaving in June

Netflix is set to remove a number of TV series next month, including the first two seasons of Twin Peaks, all eight seasons of Portlandia, all three seasons of Hannibal and all five seasons of…

Martin Donovan, Kacey Rohl, Amber Anderson Star in Drama ‘Baldy’

Martin Donovan, Kacey Rohl and Amber Anderson are set to star in 'Baldy,' a drama about a fake cancer patient, from writer/directors Calvin Thomas and Yohan Lewis.

‘Mary Kills People’ Star Caroline Dhavernas on Doctor-Assisted Suicide: “Dying Is Not a Crime”

The 'Hannibal' actress is starring in the Lifetime and Global Television right-to-die drama.

Emmys: ‘Games of Thrones’ VFX Guru Reveals ‘Battle of the Bastards’ Secrets

From a 100-foot flying dragon to multiplying horses and extras, Joe Bauer breaks down how the epic fight scenes came together as effects pros from 'Hannibal' and 'Sherlock' also spill on their…

Geena Davis to Star in Indie Comedy ‘Don’t Talk to Irene’ (Exclusive)

The Oscar winner returns to the big screen after a multiple-episode arc on ABC's 'Grey's Anatomy.'

DreamWorks Animation Names Katie O’Connell Marsh to Global TV Post

Marsh, whose built up Gamount's international TV division with series such as 'Hannibal' and 'Narcos,' will head up DWA's new global live-action television business.

TIFF: Drafthouse Takes Mads Mikkelsen Danish Comedy ‘Men and Chicken’

The bizarre family film from 'In a Better World' screenwriter Anders Thomas Jensen screens in Toronto.

‘Hannibal’s’ Bryan Fuller on the “Obscure” Finale, Movie Hopes: “There’s a Few Ways to Go”

"I'm still hoping that we get to tell that story in some way," Fuller tells THR about a possible film continuation. "There is something in the novel 'Hannibal' that has not been done in any of the…

‘Hannibal’s’ Hugh Dancy to Co-Star in Hulu’s Jason Katims Drama

He'll play a cult leader in the 10-episode drama set to begin production in September.

‘Aquarius’ and ‘Hannibal’ Banished to Saturdays

NBC moves the dramas, one renewed and one canceled, away from Thursdays following very low ratings.

Comic-Con: ‘Hannibal’ May Live On as a Feature, Bryan Fuller Says

The showrunner also revealed that Amazon wanted to do a fourth season — but their desire to do it quickly wasn't something that worked for its creative team.