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AVClub: Typically a new show uses its first three episodes to hook the viewer. There’s some establishing exposition to be sure, but for the most part, a new show will make sure that it’s first few episodes are representative of the larger season while also deploying some narrative strategies to make sure the audience comes back for more. It’s why so many shows start off one way and then shift gears after a few episodes; look no further than Hannibal, which started out as a grim procedural but slowly morphed into a meditation on death and intimacy complete with ambitious visuals and episodes that work like tone poems.

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