Hannibal (NBC)

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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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lepetitmonstresr
Season 3, Episode 9. A dead cat is seen briefly in a cardboard box.
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lepetitmonstresr
Season 2 - Episode 8
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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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Nepeta
Dogs are fed human meat (unsure if this is classified as abuse)
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Freezer7
One woman is forcibly given an abortion/hysterectomy.
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Are there bugs?
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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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Are there incestuous relationships?
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Freezer7
No, but one is alluded to between the verger siblings, but it’s brief and non graphic.
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justinmiles
season two episode four at around 15 minutes in: character gets a flashback to having a seizure with lots of flashing lights
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Ljlj
A human who believes he is is a dragon dies (s3,ep13)
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Greenandsilver
Yes during the last episode of season two and maybe shown in a flashback during season three
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Greenandsilver
Yes a father attempting to kill his daughter is killed before he can succeed
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Freezer7
No, but a pregnant woman is forced to have an abortion and hysterectomy.
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zaidelles
Alana (bisexual) and Margot (a lesbian) survive; Will and Hannibal (confirmed by Fuller to be bisexual and omnisexual/pansexual respectively) appear to die in the final episode of Season Three, but their survival is implied in the post-credits scene and has since been confirmed by Bryan Fuller and the cast. However, Anthony Dimmond, who is shown to proposition Hannibal, and Francis Dolarhyde, who writes about Hannibal in a romantic/sexual context in his journal, are both killed.
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zaidelles
Hannibal and Will's survival has since been confirmed.
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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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lepetitmonstresr
In season 2 Bella attempts suicide by overdose. Hannibal revives her.
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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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Greenandsilver
One character suffers from at least one seizure during the show because he had untreated encephalitis
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Penelope Hutton
There is no eating disorder, but someone is force-fed with a feeding tube
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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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Nepeta
A pig miscarries a human child, and a pregnant woman is forced to undergo a hysterectomy
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jellybean
the major ones are: season two episode 1: a character has a flashback to getting force-fed via feeding tube season two episode 5: a character is briefly hung before being rescued season two episode 9: a character is seen tied up to a tree with a rope around his neck there are other times were a character with lung cancer struggles to breathe, but it is brief.
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professional.triangle
Someone pukes up an ear.
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zdy1994
I think in at least one episode?
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jellybean
season one episode two: very minor characters are buried alive while in an induced coma
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Nepeta
A character in season 2 is set on fire in a wheelchair and set loose in a parking lot, in season 1 a scene opens during a family Christmas and a child has been burnt alive in the fireplace
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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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Greenandsilver
Yes. Hannibal kidnaps bedelia during the last episode of season two.
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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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Penelope Hutton
There are scenes (mostly hallucinations) with characters in mortuary coffins and there is someone murdered and stuffed inside of an animal
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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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Greenandsilver
Dear god yes. It appears in many episodes
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invadermac
Madchen’s character suffers from dysmorphia
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Freezer7
A child is stillborn after a C-Section.
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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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lepetitmonstresr
Season 2 - Episode 12
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invadermac
Everything from preparing human meat, to surgery to filleting a woman. Some shown, some not-
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