In an interview with TV Line, Dancy confirms suspicions that if #Hannibal were to return, Will Graham would be in tow.Showrunner #Bryan Fuller has been the most vocal on a possible revival, even teasing late 2017 talks, while the rest of the stars have been more reserved on their comments. '”So, given Dancy's words, we could possibly expect a Hannibal revival somewhere around 2019/2020.He has won it all already and his natural acting has wowed audience in the past years.He will keep on giving awesome performances in near future too and his work will be loved more.w=300" data-large-file="https://pmctvline2.files.wordpress.com/2014/06/hugh-dancy-hannibal-emmy-buzz.jpg? w=540" / Hugh Dancy has always been “an adventurous, not to say foolhardy, eater,” and his appetite has stayed strong and steady despite continued exposure to stunningly beautiful, undeniably horrifying cannibalistic dinner scenes on NBC’s THE BLACKLIST — “Berlin Conclusion” Episode 121 — Pictured: James Spader as Raymond Reddington — (Photo by: Virginia Sherwood/NBC) " data-medium-file="https://pmctvline2.files.wordpress.com/2014/06/james-spader-dream-emmy-nominee.jpg?
And it's not just that," Danes told Harper's Bazaar U. While tumbling off a cliff to his apparent death, in the arms of a cannibalistic #Mads Mikkelsen, may have seemed like a pretty surefire way to end his tenure on the show, #Hugh Dancy seems ravenous to return to his role as Will Graham.#NBC's stylistic showstopper was cut short after just three seasons, with fans sharpening their knives for more ever since.His first television appearance was in "Trial and Retribution II" which lead to a role on the hugely popular UK series "Cold Feet".These smaller roles lead Hugh into a starring role in the George Eliot classic "Daniel Deronda" series produced by the BBC.