It's been over a week since Hannibal concluded, leaving a massive Hannibal-sized void in my viewing life.
I still have the finale on my Sky+ box as I can't bear to delete it before the Blu-Rays show up at the end of the year.
Easily the best show on television in recent years, its dark, psychological, lyrical poetry had the power to draw me to the edge of my seat and then slam me back with a revelation or twist I didn't see coming.
It took characters, books and movies I knew well - Hannibal, Red Dragon and Hannibal Rising - threw them in a blender and served them back up in a fresh cocktail, retaining the original flavour but in an almost entirely different combination.
For those, like me, still mourning Hannibal's departure, here's the last episode's bloody highlight (massive spoilers if you are not up to speed with this show):
A multi-textured work of art, where the musical score was as crucial an ingredient as any of the actors, Hannibal was unlike anything we've ever seen before; simultaneously gruesomely horrific and visually beautiful.
In years to come I'm sure the bromance between Dr Hannibal Lecter (Mads Mikkelsen) and Will Graham (Hugh Dancy) will still be talked about as one of the legendary onscreen partnerships (and no doubt an enduring subject of slash fiction).
Show creator Bryan Fuller is a certifiable TV genius in my book - having also been responsible for a previous contender for the title of 'best show ever on television', Pushing Daisies - and so I can't wait to see what he does to bring Neil Gaiman's American Gods to the small screen.
That new project isn't due to appear until late next year, but before then, there's one other new show that I think might help me cope with the loss of Hannibal from our screens... Preacher.
Produced by Seth Rogan (but I won't hold that against it), this is an adaptation of one of the all-time great comic book series (created by Garth Ennis and Steve Dillon), and starring Agent Carter's Dominic Cooper and Misfits' Joe Gilgun.
Preacher is due to begin (in the States) in May and, hopefully, will be shown on a satellite channel or streaming service in the UK around that time as well.