Gannibal

Last Updated on: December 4th, 2023

Here is everything you need to know about the amazing Disney series Gannibal including casting, episodes, fun facts and more. I hope you find this listing informative and helpful!

Gannibal Description

After causing a major incident, police officer Daigo Agawa takes his wife Yuki and daughter Mashiro to live in the remote mountain village of Kuge. It seems the perfect place for the family to recover from the ordeal, despite the mysterious disappearance of a previous officer posted there. The village thrives on forestry, with the residents making their living from cypress timber. In charge of this whole operation is the Goto family, who own most of the village. One day, the body of an old woman is found on the mountain. The Goto family says she was attacked by a bear, but Daigo notices a human bite mark on the arm. Daigo begins to suspect something is not quite right with the village.

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Gannibal Cast:

  • Yûya Yagira: Daigo Agawa
  • Sho Kasamatsu: Keisuke Goto
  • Riho Yoshioka: Yuki Agawa
  • Mitsuko Baishô: Gin Goto
  • Seiji Rokkaku: Kiyoshi Goto


Gannibal Crew:

  • Directors: Shinzô Katayama and Hayato Kawai
  • Writers: Masaaki Ninomiya and Takamasa Ôe


Gannibal Details:

  • Year of Debut: 2022
  • Type of Series: Live-Action
  • TV Channel/Platform: Hulu
  • IMDB Link

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