You’ve been watching this story build all season long, but next Thursday, “Hannibal” is going to come to a close on NBC after a thrilling first season on the air. It’s a show that has produced a high quality of work, at least some that certainly deserves a little bit more in the way of viewership than it has received as of late.
So first of all, let’s take a look at the actual title for the episode: “Savoureux.” What does it mean? In translating it from French to English, the word basically means “tasty” or “delicious,” or you could say “savory” being that this is the most literal translation of the group. As for why this word is used, we have to say that the Hannibal character is probably involved in something like that.
For more details, just take a look at the official synopsis via NBC, which suggests that Will is going to really have to fight for both his innocence and his life:
“Suspicions rise about Will being a killer when he returns from Minnesota without Abigail and evidence ties him to murder. Will is soon arrested, then plots an escape and goes to desperate extremes to prove his innocence.”
While the good news here is that we already know the show is coming back for a second season, we don’t know when that will be. Our guess is that it will be another late spring / earlier summer series, since it is not on the fall or the mid-season schedule at the moment.
What do you want to see take place during the “Hannibal” finale? Be sure to share some of your thoughts below, and you can also check out how the show is trying to leverage social media for the Emmys by heading on over to the link here.