The Hannibal fandom extends a cordial invitation to ALL THE FANDOMS in Tumblr to join us for dinner.
Our beloved show is currently struggling with ratings, and as you all understand, that can be quite a sticky situation to be in if you want to have a show you love renewed for another season.
So here we are, asking you people to help us help Will Graham and get the show going for many more seasons. We would be more than thrilled to have more people to share this intelligent, elegant and utterly superb show with, as well as the madness of our fandom.
Watch Hannibal Friday at 10/9c on NBC.
I think “helpushelpwillgraham” just became the tag for this
I know this is a Benedict blog, but this is important to me. This isn’t a “hey turn on our tv show to insult Bieber fans.” This is a legit plee. I understand that the show is gory and trigger-some to people. If you have recording ways on cable or dish, just hit record. It counts as a view. You can delete it right after! No need to even see it! Please, if you can, do this for us!
Ima put it on mute and read fanfic
And remember to watch it on Hulu! Again, no need to actually see it, you can just open the tab, start the episode, mute it, and go about your own business! Please, fandoms, help us!
"That relationship was so intimate for so many years," Anderson said. "The friendship and the camaraderie and the love that these people shared for each other goes beyond any paper they’ll sign or any sex scene. It’s so much deeper than all of that. They should just, you know, leave it alone."
The X-Files doesn’t have to worry about those relationship-threatening sex scenes. Not one remotely lustful glance has passed from Mulder to Scully (or vice-versa), but their bond is the most intimate thing on television. Consummate professionals, they rarely so much as touch, but the space between them is all spark, sexier than any grope-and-tumble cliche Aaron Spelling could ever produce.
*hits nail on the head*
#Thinman is the first episode I’ve felt the need to talk about in a long long while. There is SO MUCH going on in this little piece of shit and I can promise you that every thought I put across here, I’m positive you can find somewhere else written by someone else in a more eloquent manner.
Suffice it to say that the Slenderman myth is not one I find all that scary but I have a friend who is utterly terrified of Slenderman so I watched this episode hoping for the myth to be turned on it’s head like so many myths are in this show.
However, It became clear, early in the episode, that the writers were looking to tell a specific story and that the Ghostfacers were representative of two very different things.
1. The writing/ producing team.
2. The fandom (or viewers in general)
(and 3. because they serve as a direct parallel for Sam and Dean’s relationship woes but that’s REALLY FUCKING OBVIOUS, K? I won’t even be addressing it.)
And, I’m telling you I can’t see it any other way, the Thinman myth explored in this episode is a direct conversation on Destiel.
To say this episode is layered and “is complicated” would be an understatement.
(Long ass meta after the cut)
When I heard Misha will appear only 11 episodes, I counted.
SALT AND BURN CW
Even it is possible only 10 appearances and one directing.