Yes, Will could finally see Hannibal, but it didn't help him in the end. Dr. Lecter's smile promised a challenge, which wasn't that easy to accept when you supposedly lost the one person you could trust.
Savoureux's final scene concluded with the Vide Cor Meum "Here's my heart", a song, fans of Hannibal (2001) recognize. It represented a moment of victory and a moment of bliss, but it also introduced the major conflict between the two protagonists. The consumption of a heart in a metaphorical way is referenced in Dante's Vita Nuova, and it seems fitting to see Hannibal consuming the moment. It does present a twisted act of love and appreciation for Will who is finally able to truly challenge Lecter (despite being a prisoner).
Bless the parallelsThe show managed to combine continuity and symbolism, which also supported my impression that the devil lies in the details.
And one of the most memorable scenes was Will's reference to Garrett Jacob Hobbs and his last words. Jack Crawford couldn't see. But Hannibal and Will could.
Season 2One of the most disturbing questions we have to ask ourselves is the mystery surrounding Abigail's demise and Bedelia's knowledge. Does she truly know? And Abigail's death was also somehow ambiguously framed, but hopefully her story didn't end on the dining table.