Clarice is a CBS TV drama in which the eponymous character is played by Rebecca Breeds, Michael Cudlitz, Lucca de Oliveira, Kal Penn, Nick Sandow, Devyn Tyler, and Marnee Carpenter, among other actors and actresses.
It explores FBI Agent Clarice Starling’s (Breeds) previously undisclosed personal narrative as she returns to the field in 1993, one year after her investigation of serial killer Buffalo Bill failed (Simon Northwood). Clarice’s audacity, in addition to her brilliant and fragile inner light, attracts both monsters and lunatics to her and makes her a target for both.
In season one, Nils Hagen (Peter McRobbie) and his son, Tyson Conway, were the actual criminals off the convoluted conspiracy that Clarice Starling (Rebecca Breeds) confronted at the close of the first season (Douglas Smith).
Hagen’s warped demands, like those of Buffalo Bill and the other homicidal maniacs of the Hannibal world, were the driving force behind Clarice’s horrible crime, which involved a dreadful web of deceit, abuse, and murder. When Starling was working on the River Murders investigation, she rediscovered memories and truths about her family she had kept private since she was a baby.
Even though it has not been officially canceled, Clarice will not be returning to CBS in the fall of 2021. In terms of ratings and viewership, Clarice was the network’s least famous show. Still, it executed admirably when streamed through Paramount.
According to Deadline, Clarice was a part of a contract that brought Seal Team and Evil to Paramount exclusive status on May 14 however, The Silence of the Lambs spinoff was not officially confirmed as joining the streaming platform. There appears to be a disagreement between CBS Studios/Paramount and MGM Studios (which co-produce Clarice) over money.