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July 11, 2015 AT 12:00 PM EDT

NBC canceled Hannibal in June, but that doesn’t necessarily mean the story as told by showrunner Bryan Fuller is over: He thinks there could be a future for the drama, which features Mads Mikkelsen as the title character.

“I think this finale wraps up the television series in a really good way and also is a platform for a launch in a new version of telling the story,” Fuller shared when he dropped by the Entertainment Weekly Lounge at Comic-Con in San Diego on Saturday.

Fuller tweeted July 6 that Amazon and Netflix have passed on streaming the show’s fourth season, but clarified that they’re “still investigating possibilities.”

Whatever happens, however, fans still have at least a few episodes left: Season 3 concludes Aug. 27.

Watch EW’s full interview with Fuller, Hugh Dancy, Richard Armitage, and executive producer Martha De Laurentiis above.

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