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New 'Hannibal' Season 2 Trailer Promises a Bloody Good Time


New 'Hannibal' Season 2 Trailer Promises a Bloody Good Time


If you thought 'Hannibal's first official teaser was enticing, that's nothing compared to the second course. NBC has released yet another trailer for the psychological thriller's highly anticipated second season, providing a few more highlights into Bryan Fuller's dark and twisted world.

One thing in particular that will certainly catch your eye is the shockingly epic showdown between Dr. Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) and Special Agent Jack Crawford (Laurence Fishburne) in what's sure to be a truly gut-wrenching scene...in more ways than one.

But he's not the only person Hannibal has to worry about. As Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) vows to clear his name from last season’s murders, Dr. Bedelia Du Maurier (Gillian Anderson) begins to get dangerously close to unmasking the true culprit behind all those crimes. She may want to watch her back — or else end up on Hannibal's dinner table.

And let's not forget that we also have the debut of a young Mason Verger to look forward to — a wealthy, unstable patient of Dr. Lecter’s, played by 'Boardwalk Empire' alum Michael Pitt.

Suffice to say, this second installment looks just as gruesome and action-packed as ever. The stakes have never been higher. The acting has never been better. And the plot, much like Lecter's meals, have never seemed more alive.

Feast your eyes on the latest trailer below, and get ready to embrace the madness of Season 2, starting Friday, Feb. 28 at 10/9c on NBC.

- Hugh Dancy
- Laurence Fishburne
- Mads Mikkelsen
- Hannibal

Written by: Kelly_Schremph
Feb 6th, 2014, 4:07 am

Images courtesy of NBC

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