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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professional.triangle
Someone pukes up an ear.
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zdy1994
I think in at least one episode?
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zdy1994
That wheelchair character was already a corpse before it was set on fire. The person they claimed it was later turned up perfectly fine. There was the girl in the oxygen chamber though, who gets ignited by a spark from static electricity. I skipped that scene so I don't entirely know what happened. Oh, and the fireplace kid. The actual death happened offscreen, but the charred body is shown.
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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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