Jordan Peele Leaves ‘Hannibal’

For Jordan Peele, the ‘Nope’ score provides the ‘spectacle and the spectrum’ of what the series has become.

In his first public comment since departing the show, Jordan Peele addresses the fact that he has ‘given no thought’ to leaving the long-running horror anthology series ‘Hannibal’ (FX).

As previously reported, FX renewed the TV show’s first season, which premiered on April 5th. Following the announcement, Peele took to Twitter to express his frustration, announcing his own departure.

In his announcement, Peele shared the following, with an accompanying video announcing that the production company he co-founded, Monkeypaw Productions, will be returning to its ‘creative roots’ in 2017.

“It has been a privilege to work with and be a part of this amazing crew of talented humans over the past 10 years. I will forever be grateful. We will all continue working together and I will continue to write, direct, and produce content for the FX family.”

“It has been a privilege to work with and be a part of this amazing crew of talented humans over the past 10 years. I will forever be grateful. We will all continue working together and I will continue to write, direct, and produce content for the FX family.”

Peele made his debut as director on ‘Hannibal’ in 2010, and returned in 2016, and in 2017 will resume writing, directing and producing content for ‘Hannibal’, which had been one of the only shows remaining on FX during the recent boom in cable horror programming.

“FX, home of some of the best-written, most thoughtfully-produced and most consistently executed horror ever, has had 10 years of great seasons & seasons of great content with one of the best cast’s FX has ever had. It has always been clear they will continue to produce good quality content, though they’d like to expand to more genre-specific shows in years to come.”

According to Deadline, the last episode aired in 2015. Peele’s departure from ‘Hannibal’ comes amidst the season premiere of ‘Cult,’ which is

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