Clarice is a psychological drama series with a talented cast, so it’s no surprise Netflix subscribers want to know if they can watch the exciting police procedural on the streaming service.
The Thomas Harris novels about Hannibal Lecter have resulted in some stellar live-action adaptations, including The Silence of the Lambs, Hannibal Rising, Red Dragon, and the Hannibal TV series, which was very popular on Netflix.
This newest attempt at recreating Harris’s words for the small screen moves away from the infamous cannibal and focuses on FBI agent Clarice Starling, famously portrayed by Jodie Foster in the 1991 Academy Award-winning Silence of the Lambs, and Julianne Moore in the 2001 follow-up titled Hannibal.
This time around Rebecca Breeds stars as the titular character; viewers will recognize from her work on such hit shows as The Originals and Pretty Little Liars. She takes on the role of Clarice a year after the events of The Silence of the Lambs, showing what happened when Starling went back into the field after bringing down Buffalo Bill.
The rest of the cast includes The Walking Dead‘s Michael Cudlitz, Designated Survivor’s Kal Penn, Orange Is the New Black’s Nick Sandow, Big Love’s Douglas Smith, and House of Cards’ Jayne Atkinson. There is no denying there are plenty of reasons for subscribers to get excited about seeing what happens in this series, and it’s really no surprise there is a need for answers as to whether or not it is available on Netflix.
Is Clarice available on Netflix?
While it isn’t as scary as waking up in Hannibal’s Crock-Pot, the show’s Netflix availability will be a bit terrifying for some. Clarice is not available to view on the streaming service.
There are other options available on Netflix for people who are looking for a new psychogical drama series to get engrossed in, including Mindhunter, Ratched, Behind Her Eyes, and Marcella.
Where you can stream Clarice
Clarice can be streamed on Paramount+. Episodes are also available on premium TV services like fuboTV and video-on-demand (VOD) platforms such as Google Play.
You can check out the trailer below:
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