Discussion in 'Entertainment Forum' started by cwhit, Oct 4, 2016.
rest in peace you beautiful beast of a perfect television show
Bryan Fuller spends his free time tweeting about everyone's favorite murder husbands and it makes me both happy and sad.
bryan fuller is the biggest genius in television
gonna watch the star trek show even though i don't like star trek solely because he's attached
Seriously though, season 3 got a little out there, visual-wise. Kaleidoscope sex scenes and what not.
edit: or was that S2? Jesus I can't remember and that's sad
End of s2 p sure
No other show was ballsy enough to do what this show did...on network television!!!!!
The finale of season 2 remains to be one of the best episodes of television I've ever watched.
Hey this is my favorite series of all time and the Italy arc is incredible
This will come back some day. I know it. Primetime just wasn't quite ready yet. Plus I really want to see what Fuller does with Clarice Starling.
That was early/mid season 3. Alana and Margot didn't happen until after Alana's fall.
Thank you. I'm due for a rewatch.
these are very factual comments
at this point i really doubt it (hey we still haven't even gotten the party down movie yet) but ugh, can't believe we never got fuller's silence of the lambs
This show is better than Westworld will ever be.
In my version of this story, the gap in time between seasons is being used to get the rights to Silence and we'll all live happily ever after, except Dr. Chilton.
I need to finish this someday, I watched the first few episodes when it first came on and remember thinking it was really cool
This show was so perfect and only got better. I'm really happy to see Mads doing so great now.
I'll watch anything Mads is in now. I highly recommend watching The Hunt if you haven't seen it yet.
He was awesome in Casino Royale.
How much of this show do I have to watch before it gets good? I've tried starting it like 3 different times and I think the furthest I've made it is episode 5. It's definitely visually striking, but that's really all I can say about it.
it gets past the "monster of the week" style around episode 9 or so and becomes a little less episodic and more plot driven at that point
My brother has a huge Mad's tattoo on his leg from Casino Royale. Top 5 movie for me and he was excellent.
I remember I got into this when I first got a Roku. My roommate had to work real early the next morning and I didn't want to be too loud, so I took advantage of the headphone jack in the remote for the first time. I got so incredibly immersed. I miss this show all the time. It's inevitable that it gets a revival down the road, and I can't wait. The worst part is nothing else out there even close to in the same league of this in terms of a psychological thriller, so I have nothing to fill the void.
Bryan Fuller Teases 'Hannibal' Miniseries Based On 'Silence On The Lambs'
That would be the greatest
Oh my God, Fuller don't fucking do this to me, be still my beating heart. The rights become available in August ahhhhhhhhhhhh.