Okay, first thing’s first. Episode 1.04 of NBC’s “Hannibal” isn’t “Coquilles”, it’s “Ceuf”. As we reported earlier, it wasn’t even sent out to critics in a mailer containing the first few episodes, so this call was made a while ago (ostensibly by Fuller himself).
I know a lot of you were upset at the potential of “Coquilles” being pulled because of those flayed out human angel sculptures. Well, no worries – you’ll still see those on Thursday! That’s not the episode they’re sitting on. “Ceuf” features “Molly Shannon’s character brainwashing kids, leading them to kill other children.”
As previously reported, that episode is being broken up into bits, with commentary from Fuller, and posted on the web. The idea here is to bridge the continuity between Episodes 3 and 5. And the first one of these is available now.
Head inside to check it out! “Hannibal” airs at 10/9c on Thursdays.
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