The universe of the silence of the lambs will expand again. Failing to see Hannibal for a season 4, fans will be able to discover Clarice. The series devoted to the character played by Jodie Foster in 1991, will land on February 11 on CBS.
A year ago, CBS announced its plan to develop a new series devoted to the universe of Silence of the Lambs. Now the channel unveils the first images and gives us a preview of what awaits us. Baptized Clarice, the series will follow the adventures of the FBI agent played by Jodie Foster in 1991. A year after the events recounted in Jonathan Demme’s film, Clarice Starling is back in the field and hunting down murderers and sexual predators. CBS gives very little clue as to the plot that will unfold in the first season, other than through a short synopsis. “Clarice’s bravery gives her an inner light that attracts watches and crazy people. But her complex psychological makeup, a legacy of a difficult childhood, allows her to find her voice in an essentially male world and to escape the family secrets that haunt her. “ On the other hand, we should not wait for Hannibal to appear, the rights to adapt the character still being held by MGM.
To play Clarice, CBS called on Rebecca Breeds. The actress, who had notably made a notable appearance in the series The Originals on CW, will respond to Jayne Atkinson (House of Cards) and Michael Cudlitz (The Walking Dead). In writing, Alex Kurtzman and Jenny Lumet stick to it. The duo have already collaborated on the writing of several episodes of Star Trek : Discovery in 2020. To discover this new series, you will have to wait until February 11 in the USA. In France, it does not yet have a distribution platform. It remains to be seen whether the series will have the same success. qu’Hannibal.
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