In the shocking season finale, Will and Jack risk everything to set an elaborate trap to finally catch Hannibal.
Bedelia returns and accepts immunity to testify against Hannibal, while Will and Mason devise a deadly plan to destroy Hannibal.
Jack discovers the truth about Freddie Lounds, while Will and Hannibal get further entangled with Mason and Margot. Michael Pitt guest stars.
Will and Hannibal cover up the death of Randall Tier. Freddie Lounds pursues a dangerous investigation. Hannibal meets Mason Verger.
Margot Verger seeks out Will as she tries to understand Hannibal. The FBI searches for an animalistic killer who tears his victims' bodies apart.
Will rejoins the FBI team to help investigate a peculiar case. Meanwhile, Will resumes his doctor-patient relationship with Hannibal, yet Alana questions Will's true motives; Will and Hannibal scramble to keep a witness safe.
As Miriam Lass begins her recovery, Will is released from prison and resumes his pursuit of Hannibal.
Jack suspects Hannibal might be the Chesapeake Ripper as two more victims turn up. Hannibal and Alana distance themselves from Will.
The BSU investigates Beverly's death after her body is found displayed in a gruesome tableau. Abel Gideon returns to the Baltimore Hospital for the Criminally Insane. Will seeks a horrific revenge for Beverly's death.
The FBI is called in when a dead body is discovered, the skull converted into a beehive. Meanwhile Beverly Katz finds a clue about the mural killer that sends her down a deadly path.
Will Graham’s trial begins, but when an avid fan starts recreating crimes similar to those Will is accused of committing, even Will’s strongest detractors are forced to reconsider the case against him.
The BAU team narrows in on the origin of the discarded bodies from the soupy crime scene, working to discover the killer’s artful plan, while Will Graham begins an artful plan of his own from within the asylum.
Workers make a grisly discovery—bodies discarded in a river, creating a soupy crime scene for the Behavioral Analysis Unit (BAU) to decipher. Hannibal Lecter assumes Will Graham’s FBI duties, assisting on the case, while Will sits in the Baltimore State Hospital for the Criminally Insane awaiting trial for the very murders he investigated.
Season finale! Hannibal frames Will, convincing Jack and Alana that Will's the copycat killer.
Will’s mental decline results in tragedy, when it appears he may have murdered Abigail Hobbs. With himself as his only defender, Will desperately tries to prove he’s being framed by the real Copy Cat killer.
Hannibal consults his own therapist about his complex relationship with Will, while Will’s newly expanded theory on the Copy Cat killer makes Jack question his grasp on reality.
Will pays Mason Verger a visit to reveal Hannibal's deceptions.
As a tabloid blogger coaxes confidential information out of a detective, Will finds out the hard way that the victims aren't all deceased.
As Freddie Lounds looks on, Dr. Gideon operates on his old psychiatrist as a means of coaxing the real Chesapeake Ripper out of hiding.
Alana makes a shocking discovery.
Mason has Hannibal right where he wants him, but he hasn't counted on Will Graham.
A trapdoor in Hannibal's house leads Beverly to a horrifying secret.
Beverly Katz visits Will in prison to ask for his help in finding a killer.
Will Graham's gift is also his curse. Warning: contains graphic, violent imagery.
After months of investigation and now a fugitive himself, Will realizes he isn't the copycat killer... Hannibal is.
Hannibal prepares a dinner guest for a feast.
Will wants a lawyer who is not associated with the FBI.
When Will Graham realizes Abigail Hobbs murdered Nicholas Boyle, he's forced to decide between his oaths as an officer and his duties as a surrogate father to the abandoned girl.
When Abigail gives the investigators a tour of her father's cabin, they make a terrifying discovery in the attic.
Will puts himself horrifically in the mind of hospital killer, Dr. Gideon.
Will Graham discovers that the killer he's looking for may have an unsettling appetite.
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