'Hannibal' Season 3: Can Cancelled Series Find A New Home? A Move To Netflix Unlikely [VIDEO]

Dr. Lecter is killing it in Florence, but Hannibal is currently in search of a new home.

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NBC gave the Bryan Fuller series the axe earlier this week, meaning the psychological thriller will become homeless following the season 3 premiere. Fuller, however, is confidant Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) and Graham (Hugh Dancy) will find a place in the streaming world, preferably with Amazon or Netflix.

"I know there have been discussions on a couple of fronts with Netflix and Amazon," Fuller told Variety. "But I believe our deal with Amazon, [which will stream seasons 1 through 3], precludes a Netflix component so I think Netflix, who has expressed interest and has expressed great enthusiasm for the show... I don't think contractually with our Amazon contract, they can pick up the show."

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While there has been no official word regarding Hannibal's season 4 future with Amazon, many fans have come to believe that the site has already passed on the offer, if this tweet can be believed.

Fannibal's shouldn't despair just yet, however. Nothing is official until formally announced by those involved with the series.

While execs ponder the fate of Hannibal, viewers can catch up with the cannibal every Thursday at 10 p.m. ET on NBC. Click the video below to see a preview for the series' next episode.

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