'Hannibal' Season 3: Bryan Fuller, Richard Armitage & Cast React To Cancellation, What's Next? [VIDEO]

Hannibal the cannibal will say goodbye to NBC when season 3 comes to a close.

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The network announced on Monday that the psychological-thriller will not return for a fourth season - at least not on NBC. Although the Bryan Fuller series has received low ratings, Hannibal has a dedicated fanbase and the showrunner is hoping to keep Dr. Lecter's (Mads Mikkelsen) story going.

"I would love to see the show continue," Fuller informed BuzzFeed. "The plan for Season 4 was perhaps my favorite season arc yet."

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In the wake of the unfortunate news, the cast and crew took to Twitter in a unanimous diplay of class. Instead of bemoaning the possible end of Hannibal, every one from the production company to long-time members of the Toronto-based crew had nothing but positive messages to share:

As Fuller stated above, season 3 is nowhere close to over. Fans can continue to tune in to NBC Thursdays at 10 p.m. ET to see 10 more adventures with Hanni, Will Graham (Hugh Dancy), and, set to make his debut in episode 8, the Red Dragon (Richard Armitage). Click the video below to see a preview for the series' next episode.

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