Sci Fi TV Status Report: Talks in Progress on Hannibal S4, Wayward Pines Update, and More

By | August 15, 2017

NBC cancelled the low-rated but critically acclaimed horror/crime drama Hannibal back in 2015, but showrunner Bryan Fuller has not given up hope on continuing the story into a fourth season. He had previously indicated that nothing could happen for two years after the cancellation due to rights issues, but we are now at that point. And in a recent tweet, he mentioned that talks of a revival have now begun:

Conversations couldn’t start until 2 years after the final airing of season 3. @neoprod has started those conversations. This takes time. –@BryanFuller

According to Fuller, the principal actors are onboard for a revival run, so if he can find a network willing to pick up the show, that fourth season (and possibly more) could happen. Fuller is currently working on the well-received American Gods for Starz, and that premium cable net would be a good landing place for Hannibal because it is not subjected to the same restrictions as the broadcast networks. One of the streaming services might have an interest in the show as well. But for now, fans should know that talks are in progress and that an announcement could be forthcoming over the next few months.

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Prior Week Posts:

August 2nd: Killjoys Improves, Game of Thrones Holds Strong, People of Earth Returns Down, and More

July 25th: Renewals for Wynonna Earp and Iron Fist, The Originals To End, and More

July 18th: Game of Thrones Slays Peak TV, The Strain Has Decent Return, Slasher Season 2 on the Way, Ratings Improvements, and More

July 11th: Zoo Could Be in Trouble, Castlevania Gets a Second Season, The Mist is Fading, and More

One thought on “Sci Fi TV Status Report: Talks in Progress on Hannibal S4, Wayward Pines Update, and More

  1. pamela white

    Glad of that, but you do keep getting ridof great programs, look at ..Haven…town called eureka….originals….grimm..just to name a few….

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