Hannibal

TV Show • 2013 • Drama  Report
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bugbite
dead birds, pigs, and fish are depicted as livestock and food.
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lepetitmonstresr
Throughout season 1 Will Grahm believes he hears a dog yelping in pain, but these are hallucinations. In Season 2 Episode 9 a dog is injured but survives. Season 3, Episode 11 - Will's dogs are poisoned by The Red Dragon. They are taken to the vet and survive. They are not seen ill on screen.
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Does an animal die?
(besides a dog, cat or horse)
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solklavier
A live fish is filleted. A bird is drowned in liquor. A dead, hanging rabbit gets a nosebleed.
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viabelleh
There are pigs in the second season that aren't kept in the best conditions, and dogs are fed human meat.
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bugbite
there are a few scenes in season 3 depicting snails, very closeup and crawling on humans.
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zdy1994
There are no literal dragons in this show.
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lepetitmonstresr
Season 2 - Episode 8
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lepetitmonstresr
Season 3, Episode 9. A dead cat is seen briefly in a cardboard box.
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river_night
I honestly have the biggest phobia of spiders (to the point where seeing a photo gives me a panic attack) and I was fine watching Hannibal. I don't actually ever remember seeing a spider on screen.
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bellagoth
S3E03: No real snakes but there is a drawing and a sculpture of a snake on some coat of arms. Snakes are also mentioned in conversation.
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MissUtahraptor
S01E04 Abigail gets tea with shrooms various people are drugged through the series (Will's flashbacks in S02, also Will in S03E06, people kept in coma in S01E02...)
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ihatekenbranagh
There is one offhand comment made by character Jimmy Price (somewhere in the first two episodes I think?) alluding to his alcoholism. Also, somewhere in the beginning of season 2, a victim is found to be a recovering heroin addict.
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Ljlj
A character has excessive amounts of alcohol but it is not discussed in the dialogue of the show
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izkm
there's some hand stabbing
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MissUtahraptor
fireplace S01E04, Georgia S01E11, fake Freddie S02E11, Frederick Chilton S03E12
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LGBTRex
Season 2, Episode 4, roughly 23 minutes in. Once the scene containing acupuncture begins, I recommend a skip if you can't handle eye trauma. It ends in a lobotomy, for the sake of understanding the following scene.
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invadermac
Everything from preparing human meat, to surgery to filleting a woman. Some shown, some not-
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mellttpa
A character, having survived a shot in the face, has to use fake teeth in Season 3.
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ElenaLucia
The main character is a cannibal. Others willingy or unwillingly take part in the act. However, no one ever eats raw meat — all plates are carefully constructed under the pretence of "real" food.
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Greenandsilver
One character suffers from at least one seizure during the show because he had untreated encephalitis
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Dock
As far as I have watched, S1E8 (Fromage), someone's neck is snapped and a few moments later, another person's arm is broken after being forced against a ladder.
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OrionWatson
1) amputation of the legs of a man who is being kept alive to slowly eat. pretty gruesome scenes with this one. 2) amputation of a girls arm. the actual act of amputation is not shown on screen but the severed arm is shown as well as the healed spot where her arm used to be. she is given a prosthetic arm and uses this for the rest of the show.
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Dock
S1E05, the Angel Maker performs an orchiectomy on himself, essentially removing both of his testicles and desplaying them next to a victim.
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river_night
This one's a tough one. There's never any actual explicit cheating on screen, but a married man left his wife for another man. Their romance is very subjective for most of the show, but one character confirms the second man is in love with the married man and they end up running away together, plus many people refer to it as a romance.
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Greenandsilver
Yes a father attempting to kill his daughter is killed before he can succeed
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zdy1994
Happens several times throughout the series. Sometimes on screen, sometimes off.
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ihatekenbranagh
At the beginning of Season One, a group of young boys is kidnapped by an adult woman.
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lepetitmonstresr
There are no proper ghosts, but Will Grahm has many hallucinations that might appear to the viewer as, and serve a similar thematic purpose to, ghosts.
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MissUtahraptor
S01E01, S03E01
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Yes
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Snezzpai
A minor character spits at another character.
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cronus.ampora
multiple instances of murders taking place where you can hear gore,
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Dock
S1E04, a boy wets his pants in a store.
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Xonauge
Will Graham vomits up an ear after waking up from taking Abigail back to her cabin. The scene mostly shows the ear, but you do see him throw up and there is some vomit in the sink with the ear when Hannibal comes to see it.
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MissUtahraptor
S01E06 and 11, S02E01-07, S03E08-13
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Crow75
Several times, lots of times in extreme close-ups
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AlexKrueger
Jacks Wife Bella has stage 4 cancer and you see elements of her treatment. There's also a very rough line about her having stage 4 in Season 1 episode 5. It’s near the end and you can just skip over the conversation between Bella and Hannibal if you wish.
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invadermac
Madchen’s character suffers from dysmorphia
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Penelope Hutton
There is no eating disorder, but someone is force-fed with a feeding tube
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lepetitmonstresr
In season 2 Bella attempts suicide by overdose. Hannibal revives her.
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Amy17
In the first season, a character suffers from Cotard syndrome and she's been thinking she's already dead since childhood. Now she's an adult and she becomes violent. She kills a woman (her old friend) in a very crude way, trying to understand if she's real or not.
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jackkastiel
In S2 E5 someone's forearms are slashed (off screen by someone else) but the open wounds are shown. And then they are repeatedly shown over that season as stitched and then scarred.
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ducktoothcollection
I'm part-way into season 2 and Will has had an anxiety attack of some kind in the overwhelming majority of episodes. (*I've* also had a few anxiety attacks over this show, but that's not relevant.)
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Freezer7
Yes. A large premise to the show is the intense gaslighting of one of the characters. He loses his grip on reality, and others do not believe him.
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EzraG
Although I consider this show good about it, untensiles Can be heard clicking against plates but chewing is normally inaudible. Since Hannibal, a main character, is an avid cook, misophonia triggers are in most episodes.
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Jack is incredibly rude in the first episode re: Will and his autism--forcing eye contact, etc. Freddy calls Will crazy and the like through season one. People consistently treat Will as a child. A lot of it isn't autism *specific* but treads the line
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Amy17
Not literally, but it's heavily implied and their intentions are quite certain. The same character later tries to commit suicide, but is "saved" against their will by one of the main characters
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Ulrike Loofs-Samorzewski
In season 1, Georgia Madchen is in an isolation chamber in a hospital. While she's in it, a spark caused by her combing her hair starts a fire, and she is unable to escape the chamber.
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lepetitmonstresr
Season 2 - Episode 12
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ducktoothcollection
I don't have epilepsy so I might miss subtler triggers, but I started keeping a log when I noticed blatant strobing in s2e4, will update as I continue watching. Season 2 episode 4: Strong strobing lights starting around 14:00 (after a character is given an injection) and ending at around 15:50 (should be safe to look when you hear a character say "photosensitive epilepsy"). Season 2 episode 7: flashing lights starting a bit after 4:10 (dialogue: "I could hear his voice, but I couldn't see his face") and continues for a few seconds (should be safe to look when you hear "Why didn't he kill you"). And again a bit after 6:25 (no dialogue, Hannibal looks directly into the camera) for a few seconds (until you hear “It’s not him”). And again at about 22:20 (“And his voice, low and even, would pull me to him”) until about 22:43 (“You and I...are part of his design”). Again after 27:30 (“Would you like to try?”) until about 28:40 (“We found a fingerprint on a flower petal"). Again around 39:10 (“Until my lawyer arrives”) until about 39:35 (furious stammering/sobbing). And lastly, some mild flickering from a fireplace at the very end, around 42:20 (“...my therapy) until the credits roll (all sound cuts out, then is replaced by irregular percussion-dominated music).
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Does a baby cry?
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Xonauge
A horse, dead after childbirth, has a dead human and a love human put back inside it’s womb during the 2nd season.
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Freezer7
One woman is forcibly given an abortion/hysterectomy.
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Freezer7
A child is stillborn after a C-Section.
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Freezer7
No, but a pregnant woman is forced to have an abortion and hysterectomy.
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Lukas Frost
There are some s*x scenes. But they are mostly contorted and/or shown in a way that nothing graphic is shown.
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Nepeta
A characters brother is described as having “torn her” and current abuse by him is hinted at
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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Greenandsilver
The relationship between the verger siblings is implied to have existed in the past and been nonconsensual on the sister's part.
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zdy1994
I think in at least one episode?
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Rev
The show reflects the time of setting and of creation and uses terms like psychopath, sociopath, and psychotic. It is unclear if it is meant in an ableist way or not, but it is something to be aware of in that the demonization of mental illness and personality disorders is unfortunately a big part of the show
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zdy1994
Why was Mason Verger mentioned here if he wasn't LGBT+? Child predators and LGBT+ are no where near the same thing, and since he's not LGBT+, he has no reason to be mentioned in a comment here.
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zaidelles
Hannibal and Will's survival has since been confirmed.
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graywolf2010
MAJOR SPOILERS: The ending is left ambiguous as to whether or not Hannibal and Will survived the fall. The ending scene of Bedelia at a table set for three, about to eat her own amputated leg, implies that the two lived.
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MissUtahraptor
S02E11
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cherry
more than one instance of violence between family members- a husband attacks his wife and daughter with a knife in season, an abusive older brother and his younger sister get into/have been in physical fights with each other
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Yes
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Greenandsilver
Dear god yes. It appears in many episodes
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jellybean
season one episode two: very minor characters are buried alive while in an induced coma
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Xonauge
In nearly every episode. The main characters are FBI and there are murders with guns.
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teethsoup
In season 2, episode 5, Hannibal is briefly hung but is rescued before any serious injury occurs
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additionally, early in season one when Abigail wakes up in the hospital she panics/struggles with the tubes on her/in her throat
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harleenivy
In season 2 a henchman intentionally crashes a car into one of the supporting character's car while she's driving it.
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