'Hannibal' To Take a Bite Out of Comic-Con International

Despite the show's recent cancellation, NBC will bring "Hannibal" to this year's Comic-Con International for one last panel, Deadline reports.

The network announced today that "Hannibal" and newcomers "Blindspot" and "The Player" would join their Comic-Con International schedule alongside the previously announced "Heroes Reborn" and "Grimm" panels. The "Hannibal" panel will take place on Saturday, July 11 in Ballroom 20 and offer a glimpse at the "Red Dragon" storyline, which will be followed up by a Q&A with actors Hugh Dancy and Richard Armitage as well as executive producers Bryan Fuller and Martha De Laurentiis.

"Blindspot," starring "Thor's" Jaimie Alexander, will screen its pilot on Wednesday, July 8 in Ballroom 20 and feature a Q&A session with Alexander and executive producers Greg Berlanti, Sarah Schechter and Martin Gero. On Thursday, July 9, "The Player" will also screen its pilot and offer a Q&A wit  stars Wesley Snipes and Philip Winchester and executive producer John Rogers.

"Blindspot" will premiere on NBC on Monday, September 21 at 10 pm EST. "The Player" will premiere on Thursday, September 24 at 10 pm EST.

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