Humanity. It might just be one of the most tempting things to believe; that humanity in and of itself will always be burdened by the presence of evil. Though I do not believe this, at all. In a conversation today I explained how I believe humanity as a whole is nothing more than a stretched out representation of a human itself immerged in its own development. If we look at history from the moment we crushed shells to red pastes which we used to paint bisons on the walls, the moments we burned so called witches on pyres and the fragments in time that people of color weren’t able to vote we cannot deny the growth. We cannot deny change, but how do we measure? How do we deal with our own blinding subjectivity? Was it all better back in the days, or is it better now. I’d like to believe we are heading towards the stars, I believe in the potential and beauty of human kind, which has now reached the stage of puberty in the timeline of its own development. And you can patronize the world, but then take in mind that we were once a baby crawling unable to walk and speak. And when you arrive at that realisation, are you ready to accept that the world is you?
TV Revivals: The annual Hannibal season 4 discussion
For what is the third straight year running,we come bearing a feature article about the future of #Hannibal within our TV Revivals series.It goes without saying why the series should come back—this is a visual marvel and a spectacle unlike almost any other.It’s well-written, well-produced,and it manages to make even the most garish into a thing of beauty.
Alas,NBC’s cancellation is now firmly within the rear-view mirror and we are left to wonder exactly what the future is going to hold for the franchise even still.
Is the enthusiasm there for more Hannibal? –Sure.Both creator Fuller as well as stars Dancy and Mikkelsen have made that clear.While there would need to be scheduling issues to consider in the event the series comes back on the air,there is no apparent concern that any major player would balk at the opportunity to come back and dive into this world once more.
Will it actually happen? – That’s long been the issue more than anything else.What is somewhat interesting here at present is that streaming services like Netflix havebecome increasingly resistant to saving shows that were previously canceled — Longmire is one of the last major examples you can give.
Yet,at this point it feels almost as though Hannibal season4 would be best served on basic cable. TNT has been steadily navigating over to more serialized fare over the past year or two and could be a home in a way that it wasn’t previously.Meanwhile,we wonder if FXcould use Hannibal to help supplant the impending departure of Murphy to Netflix.AMC has long been apossible contender in our mind, as is Showtime to a certain extent.Given that they brought on board another atmospheric, haunting series in TwinPeaks,wouldn’t bringing on board Hannibal also give them a massive subscriber lift?
With us living withinan era right now where there are so many different properties being revived,there could still be a future for Hannibal — it’s a somewhat-different future than first envisioned back when the cancellation happened,but both broadcast and cablenetworksshould strongly consider taking alook at the should strongly consider taking alook at the show.