Hannibal Is Still One Of The Most Popular Shows On Netflix

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Bryan Fuller’s incredible show, Hannibal was cancelled after just three seasons and it’s now on Netflix and still one of its most popular shows.

I was a huge fan of Hannibal back when it was on NBC.

The horror-thriller TV show was unlike anything I had watched before and I was a bit obsessed with it.

I loved Mads Mikkelsen’s performance and Hannibal Lecter.

I know a lot of people will disagree with me on this, but I still think his performance as Lecter is the best of all time.

Yes, I also love Anthony Hopkins’ take on Hannibal, but Mikkelsen’s version is even more sinister in my eyes.

The show was cancelled after just three seasons and it’s now available to stream on Netflix.

It’s been revealed to be still one of the ten most-watched shows in Netflix over in the US.

Hannibal is still one of the most popular shows on Netflix

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Hannibal is still one of the most popular shows on Netflix – Credit: NBC

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This is pretty crazy since one of the reasons why the Bryan Fuller show was cancelled was because it didn’t have the best ratings.

Fuller has spoken about trying to get the show revived by the likes of Netflix, Hulu or Amazon Prime Video.

I think it would be the perfect show to revive and I’m pretty sure most of the actors would want to return.

The show was cancelled right before it was supposed to tie into the Silence Of The Lambs story, which was a huge shame.

I would love to see them do that storyline with Mad Mikkelsen’s version of Hannibal.

It would have been utterly terrifying and engrossing.

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