Hannibal Gives ’13 Hour Devour’ to Allow Fans to Catch Up On Season One

Promotional Picture for the upcoming Season 2 of "Hannibal." Photo Credit: NBC

Promotional Picture for the upcoming Season 2 of “Hannibal.”
Photo Credit: NBC

The time is almost upon us, ladies and gentlemen. There is just five more days before our favorite serial killer returns to our televisions for the Season 2 premiere of the NBC series Hannibal. So, what are we supposed to do in the meantime, you may ask? Well, NBC and Amazon are giving fans of the show an immersive experience all Sunday long. They are calling it the 13 Hour Devour.

NBC has partnered with Amazon Instant Video to give fans of the show a chance to catch up on all their favorite episodes from the first season of the show. Starting at 12:00 p.m. ET, they will begin offering up all 13 episodes of the first season via Amazon Instant Video. During this time, they will be having contests on Twitter for all kinds of prizes like T-Shirts, DVDs, and even autographed copies of the script.

There is one tiny little catch. In order to watch all of these episodes, you must have an Amazon Prime account. The good news is, if you do not have an Amazon Prime account at the present time, you can try it free for 30 days in order to take part in all the action.

NBC will also be having live tweets with the cast and crew as well as celebrity fans of the show. They will also be hosting a Q&A with series star Hugh Dancy, who as you probably already know, plays Will Graham.

So, what are you waiting for Fannibals? Head on over to Twitter to join in on the action, and don’t forget to catch up on every episode of your favorite NBC show during today’s #13HourDevour!

Hannibal returns for Season 2 on February 28th at 10:00 p.m. on NBC.

Topics: 13 Hour Devour, Hannibal, NBC, TV Show, TV Shows

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