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A New TV Sequel to ‘The Silence of the Lambs’ Is Coming to Your Streaming Queue – Concrete Playground

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2021 marks 40 years since author Thomas Harris first introduced the world to Hannibal Lecter in his 1981 novel Red Dragon. It’s the 35th anniversary of the character initially making the leap to the screen in 1986 movie Manhunter, too. But it was the Oscar-winning 1991 film adaptation of 1988 book The Silence of the Lambs that made the character a pop culture mainstay — and helped ensure that big and small screen versions of Harris’ work were never far from view for long.

In cinemas, 2001’s Hannibal and 2007’s Hannibal Rising each adapted Harris’ books of the same name. 2002’s Red Dragon gave audiences another movie based on that novel, too. And, on television, 2013–5 series Hannibal also focused on the psychiatrist and…



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