Kelly Bedard

Before we announce the winners of the 2016 MyCinema Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. Sorry, every other nominee, but our funniest interview of the year award definitely goes to MyCinema Outstanding Supporting Actor nominee Aaron Abrams who questions the purpose of Hollywood “meetings”, praises the genius of his Hannibal captain Bryan Fuller, noshes […]

  Saiya Floyd

Before we announce the winners of the 2015 MyTV Awards, we’re proud to present our annual Nominee Interview Series. Arguably the most challenging and acclaimed drama in recent network TV history ended its shocking three-year run in 2015 with an intense and memorable final episode co-written by Nick Antosca with showrunner Bryan Fuller and Steven Lightfoot. We […]

  Saiya Floyd

It’s done- Bryan Fuller’s beautiful and haunting Hannibal. There’s been time to watch, rewatch, and rewatch again. There’s been time to reflect – to digest, if you will. (I’m not even going to pretend to be sorry about that. As far as I know, this is my last Hannibal review, and when will I next […]

  Saiya Floyd

This week, Hannibal explored some of the titular character’s past. It gave few answers, but raised many more questions, in a typically fascinating and disturbing episode. (Some spoilers ahead). In his search for Hannibal, Will decides to visit Hannibal’s past- the Lecter estate in Lithuania. Hannibal’s childhood home is just as grand, beautiful and creepy […]

  Saiya Floyd

With the aptly titled ‘Antipasto’, Hannibal shows that it continues to be one of the most daring, unique shows on TV. While most shows open their seasons with a bang, this year, Hannibal took its sweet time, focusing on character exploration. More interestingly, it focused on only two of its main characters. When you consider […]

  Kelly Bedard

This was a great year of TV. It was a massively terrible year for network TV with few new hits and tons of stupid cancellations (6 shows on this list have already been cancelled or are in their final season) but it was still a great year of TV because, while the executives were making […]

  Saiya Floyd

Brooklyn Nine Nine (FOX) After binge-watching this comedy series over the summer, I eagerly awaited the second season. It did not disappoint. The characters are zany without being obnoxious. The strong ensemble cast was only enhanced by some brilliant guest stars (including Kyra Sedgwick, perfectly cast as Captain Holt’s nemesis). There wasn’t an episode so […]

  Kevin Dillon

1-Fargo (F/X) I was hesitant to start this show, and after the first episode was a mirror image of the events from the film, I stopped watching. After hearing some buzz to the contrary, I pushed forward as the show had come to an end, and boy was I glad. Fargo was a fantastic twist […]

  Saiya Floyd

The dramatic conclusion to Hannibal‘s second season this past weekend left a big gaping question: what happens next? (Spoilers ahead). Although a cult favorite, Hannibal has a small audience, and was only just renewed a few weeks ago. The season finale felt like it could also have doubled as a series finale. Perhaps after Pushing Daisies’ […]

  Saiya Floyd

Hannibal‘s second season is starting to wind down. And by wind down, I mean in a strictly quantitative sense, because there is only one episode left. (Don’t worry; NBC announced the show would be getting a third season). The episodes themselves are intense, gritty and full of surprises. (spoilers) Part of the show’s charm is […]

  Saiya Floyd

Most of the action of “Mukozuko”, the most recent episode of Hannibal, was fuelled by Beverly Katz’s death at the hands of Hannibal the previous week. If there were any fans holding out hope that she somehow miraculously survived last episode (we never saw her die), this episode was very quick to quash that notion. […]

  Saiya Floyd

This week’s Hannibal really outdid itself in terms of horrifyingness. From taking innocent things like beehives and making them nightmarish, to murdering beloved supporting characters, Hannibal delivered one of its strongest episodes yet. Surprisingly, it felt like Will Graham was barely in this episode. While Will had few scenes, he was still a catalyst for […]

  Saiya Floyd

Hannibal remains one of the most unique, brilliant, and under-appreciated network shows currently airing. Three episodes in, and the second season is proving to be just as addictive as the first. The show has done a good job continuing the format that made it successful the first season, while upping the stakes. Hannibal continues to […]

  Saiya Floyd

Bryan Fuller has a history of creating visually stunning shows with a unique take on death. Hannibal is the latest in this tradition, though it is much darker than his previous work (Dead Like Me, Wonderfalls, and my personal favorite, Pushing Daisies). It’s unlike any other show on TV right now, and for those who […]