The fight scene in the season 2 trailer is in the first episode.If it was some kind of big secret, they wouldn't put it so clearly in the first trailer. This troper guesses that it'll be a cold open. A sudden, violent, irresistible cold open. Who isn't going to watch the rest of the season after something like that?
Season 3 or 4 will be Will's last in the main character role.
Francis Dolarhyde was the Angel MakerThe FBI identify the wrong man. The guy we see wasn't the Angel Maker, a we never see him do anything violent or criminal and his ex-wife claims he was't especially religious (near-death experience aside). The murders are also very well organised and require much effort, so its unlikely a man dying of a brain tumor could have pulled them off.His suicide, likewise, might not be impossible but it is pretty improbable. Dolarhyde's grandma threatened to castrate him because he kept shitting himself as a kid (nice lady), and of course they found out that someone at least had just that happen to them. They found it in the spot where a homeless guy used to be sitting- did he just move on and miss the murder, or is he just an extra;, or, is he another victim, or even the killer? Graham said that the Angel Maker was "transforming" or "elevating" the people he killed by making angels out of them; Dolarhyde did the same to his female victims, making them into people who would desire him and be desirable too him. The hallucination of the "angel maker" also mentions the majesty of himself and his work (something like "receive my majesty"), just like Dolarhyde forced Freddie Lounds to say in the movies and the book. And Graham thinks the killer is religious and a Christian, though with an imperfect understanding which fits Dolarhyde because he was raised by a violently abusive but fanatically religious grandmother. And his pathology is more or less that he thinks he is becoming Satan. Word of God was that we would see some "early work" of Francis Dolarhyde; I think this was it (EDIT: Okay, so apparently the break-in at the start of the pilot was Dolarhyde, but this could be him also).
Abigail's hallucination was propheticAfter drinking hallucinogenic tea, Abigail hallucinates that Hannibal Lecter is her father. This was not so much a reflection of her filial feelings toward Lecter as of her awareness on some level that Lecter is dangerous like her father. Abigail's hallucination might be a warning that Lecter will try to manipulate and even kill her in the future, just as her father did.
If he comes to the show, David Tennant will play...Since Bryan Fuller mention that David's audition as Hannibal left him made him amazed and wanted him to play another character, but more psychotic and crazy. Thus he will play:
Dr. du Maurier (Gillian Anderson) isn't real.Or at least, not as she appears in the show. She was indeed Hannibal Lecter's colleague and psychiatrist until she was attacked by one of her patients — Hannibal himself, who murdered her. Now she appears as hallucinations to Hannibal, much like Garret Jacob Hobbes and the Ravenstag appear to Graham.
Hannibal killed Dr. du Maurier's stalker.It's obvious that Hannibal feels some degree of attachment, even affection, for du Maurier. It's entirely possible that when her former patient tried to kill her, Hannibal killed the patient to save her life. This would certainly make du Maurier feel more obligated to come out of retirement to be Hannibal's psychiatrist.
Will knows Hannibal is a killer...sort of.Ever since Will started hallucinating, he's only had a few very specific images appear in multiple episodes. One is the deer covered in feathers. Can anyone say wolf in sheep's clothing? Will thinks it's from Garret Jacob Hobbs but really it's reminding him of the other person he met on that case: Hannibal. Ordinary and seemingly harmless at first, unless you look closer. The only other case that has appeared in Will's hallucinations after the fact is the totem pole. As Will himself says, it's the killer showing off his opus. Who else is a big showoff? Chesapeake Ripper. Basically, Will's subconscious has made the connection even if his awake mind hasn't. He sees the totem pole and seconds later find himself at Hannibal's door. And when he captures Gideon, who he earlier said would want to meet the Ripper he again winds up at Hannibal's door. It's almost like Will is putting a puzzle together upside down. He has all the pieces in the right place but still can't see the picture.
Abigail will die before Hannibal's arrest.While she was mentioned in Red Dragon it was only in passing and her role was nowhere near as significant as in the series. She also helped her father hunt and kill his victims and is seen by Will as some sort of tool for redemption after he killed her father. All points that could potentially lead to a very tragic end.
Hannibal Lecter is an avatar of Nyarlathotep
Will retires from active duty once a season finale.
Molly would be introduced next season as a sort of a Genki Girl type who loves dogs much as he does.
Season 2 will have the FBI Consulting a Convicted Killer in prison.Namely, Will Graham. The price for his insight into the case of the week is a chance to find evidence leading to his exoneration and Hannibal's arrest.
Abel Gideon is Tony P from Mystery Men
Why Freddie Lounds is always wearing gloves
Lecter will use Dr. du Maurier as a scapegoat for his/Will's actions
The veal that Hannibal and Dr. Du Marier ate at the end of Savoreaux was made from Abigail Hobbs.
Abigail Hobbs is alive and on the run
Bedelia Du Maurier is herself a serial killer
Hannibal Lecter is a Nephandus
The Chesapeake Ripper will be the Myth Arc of HannibalAt least until Hannibal's possible arrest.
Hannibal's affair will play a major role later on
Hannibal is somehow connected to the Slender Man
Bedelia is really Mischa Lecter
Hannibal's calm, collected facade will eventually crack
Will, not Jack, will be Clarice Starling's mentor
There will be flashbacks to the events of Hannibal Rising.Count Robert Lecter and Lady Murasaki might be appearing in season 2.
Season 2 will introduce characters from The Silence of the Lambs and Hannibal.
One of Lecter's victims will be put in a private mental hospital in Denver.
Will Graham will visit Shiloh at some point.At the end of Red Dragon, it is mentioned that Will Graham visited Shiloh in spring the year after he killed Garrett Jacob Hobbs and the year before he arrested Hannibal Lecter. Maybe he will travel to Shiloh in his search for Lecter in season 3.
Will will be disfigured at the end of season 4.To match the ending of Red Dragon.
Season 5 will deal with Will's alcoholism.In The Silence of the Lambs, it is mentioned that Will has become an alcoholic. This could be a subplot while the manhunt for Jame Gumb or a Jame Gumb Expy is going on.
Bella Crawford will die from her illness in season 5.This would match the fate of the character in The Silence of the Lambs.
Jack Crawford will die from a heart attack in season 6 or 7.This would match the character's fate in Hannibal. Maybe Graham will visit him before he dies.
Season 7 will deal with Will Graham looking for Hannibal Lecter and Clarice Starling or a Clarice Starling Main/Expy in Buenos Aires.If season 6 is based on the book Hannibal, then season 7 may pick up from the epilogue that takes place three years after the rest of the book.
The show will end with Will Graham killing Hannibal Lecter.This will happen in season 7.
Will's father will debut in season 2.Most likely during his trial. It doesn't seem like the two communicate anymore (or more Will cut off ties with him). Will mentioned in Coquilles that he keeps getting aftershave with a ship on the bottle for Christmas. And throughout his childhood they lived mostly on docks or boats.
NBC will cancel the show.They are trying their hardest to take out Community and now they moved Hannibal, their other cult hit, into the Friday Slot of Death. We're counting on you, Netflix.
It rubs the lotion on its skin or else it gets the hose again.
The flash forward takes place during the season 2 finale.It says "12 weeks earlier" after the flash forward is shown. Season 2 episode 13 airs 12 weeks after season 2 episode 1.
The killer portrayed by Patrick Garrow is Jame Gumb.In "Kaiseki," the killer is obsessed with skin and dumps bodies in rivers. Crediting Garrow simply as "Killer" may be Bryan Fuller's way of getting around using a character owned by MGM without naming the character. Fuller may have also changed Gumb's modus operandi a bit so that he does not seem exactly like the character owned by MGM.
Alternatively, the killer portrayed by Patrick Garrow is a Jame Gumb expy.As stated above, the killer's modus operandi is different from the Jame Gumb with whom we are all familiar. For all we know, this killer may inspire Jame Gumb to commit his murders later on in the show. This expy may meet Lecter in a way similar to how Gumb meets Lecter prior to Lecter's incarceration.
Bedelia will help Will catch Hannibal.In a sneak preview, it shows her saying, "I believe you," to Will. Maybe she wants Hannibal to get caught.
Alternatively, Bedelia is helping Hannibal mess with Will.She will make Will believe that she is trying to help him when she is really studying him for Hannibal, from whom Will does not want a visit.
Season 2 ending.Crawford will survive the fight, possibly due to Graham coming to his aid. Nevertheless, Lecter will escape, thus setting in motion the manhunt for Lecter in season 3.
Kade Purnell will suffer the same fate as Paul Krendler.It was announced that Cynthia Nixon would play Kade Purnell, whose name is almost an anagram of Paul Krendler. She is described as an employee at the Office of the Inspector General of the FBI. In the book Hannibal, Paul Krendler's brain is eaten by Hannibal Lecter and Clarice Starling. Since she may be a Paul Krendler [[Expy]], something similar may happen to her.
The events of Red Dragon will have Adaptation Expansion.The events that appear in the novel do not seem like they can cover thirteen whole episode if everything that is written is covered. Hannibal will probably appear more often than he does in the novel. The show is, after all, named after him.
We will see flashbacks to the childhood of Francis Dolarhyde.In the novel Red Dragon, Dolarhyde's Tragic Backstory is described in-depth for a few chapters. In the show, the flashbacks will probably be spread out throughout season 4.
The Great Red Dragon will be visible to the audience.In the novel, Dolarhyde hears a voice in his head compelling him to kill and identifies it as the Great Red Dragon. We will not only hear the voice, but also see an actor playing him onscreen, similar to what Defiant Theater did for their play of Red Dragon. If they can show us the Wendigo seen by Graham, then they can show us the Dragon seen by Dolarhyde.
We will see Hannibal's memory palace.The show is all about imagination, after all.
Hannibal will relive flashbacks of Hannibal Rising......in his memory palace.
In Hassun, the killer is not Lecter, but is a copycat who is obsessed with the Ripper and believes Will is guilty.First, the killer was friends with one of his victims. Hannibal is not shown to be social with anyone blue collar. Second, Lecter does not use a gun and them mutilate his victims, with rare exception he kills his victims by mutilating them. If he intended to exonerate Will by executing more Ripper murders, he wouldn't use a different M.O. Next, the Wendigo in Will's dream went into a cell, the opposite direction of Lecter. The killer is instead someone who thinks Will is guilty of the crimes, and, wants him to go free, and is obsessed. May not have inside knowledge of the investigation, though, because the mutilation is done after death instead of during, a detail probably not readily available to everyone. Money's on Dolarhyde (who might be following along as in the events of Red Dragon) or a somehow well and free Dr. Gideon (who can make good Ripper knockoffs thanks to Chilton, and might want to humiliate Chilton by freeing Will).
What Beverly saw in Hannibal's basement...Was Abigail Hobbs, incapacitated but alive, sans one ear. The rest of her body was never found, and there are theories saying that Hannibal saw something of his younger sister in her, which would preclude him killing her.
Season 5 visionsSimilar to how Will Graham has visions of the raven-feathered stag and the Wendigo, Clarice Starling (or an expy) will have visions of lambs, her horse, buffalo, and moths as she gets closer to catching Jame Gumb (or an expy). When she meets him and figures out who he is, she will imagine him as Mothman.
Freddie's derringer will be a literal Chekhov's Gun
Hannibal's Armor is a Chekhov's GunAs shown in Futamono, Hannibal apparently owns an elaborate set of samurai armor, complete with a katana. It is in his house. When it is first seen, the camera lingers on it for a little while. You can bet that in the Season 2 finale fight, someone (either Hannibal or Jack) is going for the samurai gear. And it will be awesome.
Alana Bloom will have a nervous breakdown.Because she will realize that Will was innocent and that she slept with a cannibalistic serial killer.
On a related note, Hannibal is drugging Alana Bloom, probably with his "special reserve" beerInt he first few episodes of Season 1, Alana actually gets quite mad at Hannibal when he consistently contradicts her opinions regarding what's best for Will and Abigail Hobbs, culminating when he withdraws Abigail from the mental hospital behind her back and drugs her into a stupor. However, they get along much better in the scene where Hannibal first pours her a beer; when she likes it, but can't identify one of its flavors, he tells her to consider it her own "private reserve." (Hannibal himself always drinks wine.) This is also when Hannibal first brings up the idea of "an affair" with Alana. In the episodes after this one, Alana is noticeable flirtier with Will Graham and Hannibal even against her own better judgement and very far from her worries about hurting Will from the first episode. All of this may suggest that her eventually ending up in an affair with Hannibal and suddenly becoming his defender at a few key points later in S1 and in S2. It's also worth noting that this is Lecter's standard MO when it comes to women: he also drugs Abigail Hobbs, as mentioned above, and in the books he uses drugs and brainwashing to seduce Clarice Starling to his side permanently. Given how often the show takes material from the books and puts a new spin on it or connects it to anew character, Hannibal may be doing to Alana in the show Hannibal what he did to Clarice in the book Hannibal.
Hannibal did not have sex with Alana. He merely drugged her to the point where she was so intoxicated that she would not remember the night with him. He removed her clothes to provide the illusion that they had sex with each other.
The person Alana points her gun to in the previews is WillBecause even if it's been finally shown that he didn't kill anyone, he still put a hit on Hannibal Lecter. And her distrust of him is the perfect fuel Hannibal needs to get her further under his influence.
Miriam Lasshas amnesia Hannibal doesn't leave anything to chance. He took 'credit' for the murders Will was accused of, and left enough clues for the FBI to find Miriam three years after her disappearance. He wouldn't risk her being found unless she'd either been brainwashed or sufficiently traumatized to ensure that she could never identify him.
Dr. Chiltonwill survive being shot in the face. We see the bullet enter on or beneath his cheek, and exit through the side of his neck. His brain and spine could be completely unharmed.
Jack Crawford never believed for a second that the Ripper was Frederick Chilton.
An expy will take Chilton's place for future seasons.That is, assuming that Chilton has, in fact, been killed.
Lounds will die before season 4.If Chilton can die earlier than he should have, then nobody is safe. Fredricka Lounds will be killed and then replaced by an expy by season 4. Better yet, maybe she has a twin brother named Frederick Lounds, who is also a reporter.
Season 5 will not adapt The Silence of the Lambs.Chilton had a major role in Silence. His death could be Fuller's way of saying that he does not believe that he can ever get the rights to that story from MGM.
Jimmy Price will be killed and then be replaced by his twin.In Su-zakana, Price says that his twin is still alive. Perhaps he has a twin brother with the same profession. If Jimmy Price dies, then his twin brother will take over is role in the show and be portrayed by the same actor.
Assuming he is alive, Chilton will sue the FBI upon Hannibal being proven guiltyChilton's childish and petty personality would demand recompense for his false accusation and imprisonment.
Chilton and Lounds are hanging out in witness protection somewhere
If Fredricka Lounds is dead, her family will hold a grudge against Will.She has a brother, possibly a twin named Freddie Lounds, who will take over her duties as writer of The Tattler and harass Will to get more stories.
Will is the last man with whom Margot will have sex.She will come out as a lesbian, which she claims to be in the Hannibal novel.
Mason is training the pigs to eat Margot.That is why he put her suit on the meat.
Mason's disfigurement will leave him unable to pronounce certain sounds that require the use of his lips.This would include sounds made by the letters b, f, m, p, v, and w.
Will Graham is playing his own Long Game against Hannibal.This WMG takes into account several that have come before it, namely a variation of the whole 'Witness Protection' one. After he was released from the asylum, Will went to Jack and told him again about his suspicions about Hannibal, citing that it had to be one of the two of them who killed Abigail Hobbs (it almost certainly wasn't Chilton), and it couldn't have been him. Jack would have been willing to wait for Will to prove that Hannibal really was the Ripper, and when Chilton was framed he didn't believe it for very long.
Will is using Hannibal to set up a trap for Mason.Will was furious about Mason taking away his and Margot's child. He was on the verge of feeding Mason to the pigs, but he decided that Hannibal would give Mason a suitable fate, either because Will cannot bring himself to kill Mason or because he knows that Hannibal could give Mason a far worse fate than Will could ever imagine himself giving him. Hannibal may or may not already be in on the plan.
Will Graham will be a protagonist for all future seasons.If they are really going to adapt all of the Hannibal canon close to the books, it would mean that Will would fade pretty much in the background during the events of Silence of the Lambs and Hannibal, which would be at least two full seasons. For a series that's rather precariously balancing on the cliffs of cancellation, it seems unlikely that they would drop who has arguably been the main character, and who seems to be very well liked by the fans. Also, a greater focus on Will would make it easier to write around copyrights when it comes to Silence of the Lambs. Clarice Starling (or someone like her) will probably still show up, but at the most she will get equal screentime with Will and Hannibal.
Alana will die in the season finale.Word of God says three major characters are going to die in this season. So far we have Beverly and Gideon, and assuming Chilton is alive (which is likely), this leaves one spot open. Alana seems likely to be the third. There has been pretty heavy Foreshadowing and hints that she is going to die, such as the line "Who does he have to kill before your open your eyes?" being directly followed by a cut to her, and the previews for the last episode imply she's going to be in pretty big danger.
Abigail Hobbswill die from the cuts that Hannibal gave her in the season 2 finale. Word of God. Just look at this link:  Fuller says, "'Oh, gosh, we brought Miriam back and we're brining Dr. Chilton back — does that seem like too much?' So we just thought, 'Well, let's just bring her back and kill her on-screen!'" Although later in the same interview he also says, "One of the wonders of this season is: Will Alana survive and will Jack Crawford survive? Will Abigail Hobbs survive? Those are things that are going to be revealed very slowly at the beginning of Season 3."
Will Graham will survive from the wound that Hannibal gave him.Fuller says that they are sticking to the basic outcome, which I believe means Will staying alive and catching Hannibal.
Jack Crawford will survive his wounds, but his fate will not be revealed until much later into season 3.The show has already done stuff like this with Miriam Lass and Abigail Hobbs, as well as Frederick Chilton, apparently.
Hannibal's memory palace will take us to a variation of Hannibal Rising in season 3.The memory palace was mentioned in the season 2 finale. Hannibal is going to France, where Hannibal Rising takes place. Word of God says that we will see Lady Murasaki.
Francis Dolarhyde will appear in season 3.Word of God. "My hope is that not only do we have a completely different Hannibal Lecter story in Season 3, but we will meet some of those great characters like Francis Dolarhyde and Lady Murasaki and weave them into the world in a unique way." - Bryan Fuller.
There will be a time skip between season 3 and season 4.Will needs time to meet Molly Foster and her son Billy, marry Molly, and then move to Florida. It could be a three-year time skip since that's how long Lecter has been incarcerated by the time of Red Dragon.
Jack won't die before Bella dies.Jack is Bella's link to the plot of the show. If Jack dies, then we have no reason to see Bella again.
The show will only have six seasons, and the story of the novel Hannibal will be season 3 instead of season 6.Look at this link:  Bryan Fuller mentions something about collapsing a couple of seasons into one season. He also says that season 3 will have elements of Hannibal and Hannibal Rising, and that he would love to bring the Vergers back for season 3. Mason would probably be trying to catch Hannibal, who will be a wanted criminal pursued by someone like Chief Inspector Rinaldo Pazzi. I could see Hannibal going to France for part of the season and then going to Italy. The season could end with Kade Purnell dying in the same fashion that Paul Krendler dies. Hannibal would, of course, get incarcerated in the season finale. It would be rather repetitive to have him escape yet again.
Season 4 will be both Red Dragon and a composite of The Silence of the Lambs.Fuller has said that he does not want to spread Red Dragon too thin and that he was considering making it 6 episodes. The remainder of the season could be a story similar to The Silence of the Lambs.
Hannibal cannot tell the difference between human meat and animal meat.He seemed to really believe that the meat that Will had brought was that of Freddie Lounds.
The Jame Gumb equivalent of this show will be a woman.She will be names Jane or something and skin fat men.
Possible names for Clarice Starling expy.Alice Darling, Alice Skylark, Alice Sterling, Alice Sterns, Christine Darling, Christine Skylark, Christine Sterling, Christine Sterns, Clara Darling, Clara Skylark, Clara Sterling, Clara Sterns, Claire Darling, Claire Skylark, Claire Sterling, Claire Sterns, Crystal Darling, Crystal Skylark, Crystal Sterling, Crystal Sterns, Marline Clarke, Marline Crystal, Schmarice Schmarling, Stella Clarke, Stella Crystal
Kade Prurnell hoped that Will and Jack would kill HannibalBecause otherwise her actions in the season 2 finale are completely unjustifiable, except with a colossal Idiot Ball. She knows that Jack intended to arrest (or kill, he is not that fussy) Hannibal that evening. Yet when Jack and Will both slip away before she can arrest them, she does not bother in the slightest to send a police team to Hannibal's home (if she didn't want to reveal this to Hannibal, she could just let them wait in cover nearby), even if the chances of them showing up there (and doing what she ostensibly doesn't want them to do) are incredibly high. So the only explanation is that she wanted it that way. She has realized that while Jack and Will made it easy to catch Hannibal, they also made his prosecution a nightmare. It would come to light that Will had been running around mutilating and displaying corpses, with the consent of one of the FBI's top officers, and that he had urged Hannibal on to kill Jack just so that they could catch him in the act. With a good lawyer and no evidence uncovered to link him to his earlier crimes (after all, the case against Chilton as the Ripper is still strong), the whole case might be thrown out, and that would make heads roll at the FBI, possibly including hers. But when Jack and Will, AFTER they've been dismissed, just straight up kill Hannibal (which is a lot likelier than an arrest now, since Jake doesn't have a police force at his back), it's still going to be bad press, but not nearly as much as if it had been a FBI operation. Hannibal (who she clearly considers guilty, but feels unable to prove it) is dead, and the quarrelsome Jack goes to jail himself.
Matthew Brown is a bit of a Barney Matthews expy.Both of them are orderlies at Baltimore State Hospital for the Criminally Insane. If one says Matthew Brown's last name and then first name, it sounds very similar to Barney Matthews. Fuller himself stated that there was a Barney-like character and that they could not have Barney on the show since he first appears in Silence, which is owned by MGM.
Related to the above, Matthew Brown's replacement will be Barney Matthews.That is, if the rights for Silence characters are acquired. I could also see him appearing earlier than Silence events of season 5, just like how Barney was included in the 2002 Red Dragon film. We could see the early stages of his civil relationship with Hannibal Lecter.
If Barney Matthews or this show's equivalent of him ever appears, he will be shown eating a cooked bird.In the novel Hannibal, Barney picks up a dead dove and tells Clarice that he will pluck it and eat it.
Matthew Brown will appear in season 4.Look at this tweet: ◊ Looks like Hannibal Lecter won't be the only killer whom Will consults to catch Francis Dolarhyde, which is refreshing in my opinion. Maybe Brown is similar to Dolarhyde in that they both have experience installing cameras.
Freddie Lounds will not be set on fire in a wheelchair.We already saw that happen with the fake corpse that was used to make people think that it was her. Her death may be done differently.
Alternatively, Francis Dolarhyde will be inspired by the incident with the fire and the wheelchair.He could tell her something like, "This is how you should have died. This is how you will die.
Francis Dolarhyde will be an internet stalker.The Red Dragon novel, Manhunter, and the Red Dragon film took place in 1980, 1986, and 1989 respectively, so having Dolarhyde work in a film lab and select victims in home videos worked for those years. In modern times, however, he would select his victims from photos and videos on social networks such as Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and YouTube. He probably masturbates to women in photos and videos posted on the internet.
Francis Dolarhyde will be working for a real estate company.Thus explaining how he finds the families that he kills. He could be a real estate photographer.
Francis Dolarhyde installs home security systems.Including the one in the opening scene of the very first episode.
The Clarice Starling of this show will only PRETEND to fall in love with Hannibal.Only to reveal later on that she played him so that she could defeat him once and for all.
Hannibal Lecter used to have six digits on his left hand.It is first mentioned in The Silence of the Lambs that Hannibal Lecter has six digits on his left hand. In the next novel, Hannibal, it is mentioned that he removed the extra digit. In the show, we may be shown a flashback of young Hannibal Lecter during season 3, and he will have the extra digit before going to medical school and removing it.
The season 3 finale will leave Hannibal's fate ambiguous.Hannibal will be bleeding fatally from gunshot wounds inflicted on him by Will. Whether or not he survives will not be revealed until Will visits his cell in the middle of season 4.
This is my design.I have written many wild mass guesses on here.
Season 3 will introduce an original major Serial Killer.Along with the chase for Hannibal this will be another way to fill in time for some episodes. Creating two advesaries for Will to deal with. Though the actual capture of Hannibal may take place in a two-part finale. Which gives Hannibal the oppurtunity to...
Satisfy his appetiteSeason 3 will show Hannibal at his worst now that he's been exposed. We will see a more violent and blood hungry Hannibal and with Bedelia as a hostage he may try and turn her over to his side and groom her to be a protege. Not that he'll give her any choice and with his already established penchanct for attempting to transfrom already tettering over the edge individuals (Will Graham, Margot Verger and Randall Tier), this wouldn't seem out of character for him.
Evelda Drumgo will make a minor/supporting appearance in the beginning of Season 4During the Time Skip between Hannibal's arrest and Red Dragon, Will will remain with the FBI and assist in the capture of Drug Lord Evelda Drumgo, a minor character with a large impact from the Hannibal novel.