“The Silence of the Lambs” will be the follow-on for the American drama “Clarice” a year after the film version

Hollywood classic The Silence of the Lambs will be a sequel, but the sequel will return in the form of a TV series. The story tells the story of the film’s heroine, Clarice Starling (FBI agent), who returns to the front line to hunt down serial killers a year after the “Silence of the Lambs” episode. The “Silence of the Lambs” sequel, called Clarice, will not be based on the Hannibal novel and will be produced by CBS.

According tomedia, the episode version will be set in 1993, a year after the silent Lamb series. The episode will dig deep into Clarice Starling’s little-known personal story, which will have to drift away from high-stakes American politics while pursuing serial killers and sexual assaults.

“The Silence of the Lambs”, released in the United States on January 30, 1991, lasts 118 minutes and has a film budget of $19 million, but has achieved $273 million worldwide. The film is directed by Jonathan Demme and starring Jodie Foster.

Introduction to the Story of the Silent Lamb:

A series of cases of female skin-stripping took place in the city where Clarice was a trainee agent. Clarice was ordered to visit Dr. Hannibal, a mentally ill psychiatrist in prison, to obtain criminal psychological information. Clarice must try to win his trust before Hannibal can reveal anything.