It's hard to fully process one's feelings about the end of a television series that's lasted as long as "Dexter" has. This season started off strong, then took a turn for the worse. Still, I was optimistic that this final hour would be a redemption of sorts, a fitting end to the story of Dexter […]
In a break with TV tradition, the Emmy Awards will have plenty of competition on Sunday from some shows that, ironically, are nominated for numerous awards. Read our rundown …
This Sunday, "Dexter" will make his last kill. After eight seasons, the original serial killer drama will air its series finale. The penultimate episode ended with this season's big bad Saxon (Darri Ingolfsson) shooting Deb (Jennifer Carpenter). Will she survive? Will Dexter (Michael C. Hall)? Should he? Fans have been debating how the show should end […]
Dexter Morgan's life seemed well-ordered at first glance, including the serial killer thing. That turned out to be unsustainable.
BY ALLISON TAKEDA It's her panel, and she can cry if she wants to. Jennifer Carpenter got a little emotional at the PaleyFest "Dexter" Fall Farewell event on Thursday, Sept. 12 - and not just because the Showtime drama is nearing its much-anticipated conclusion after eight seasons and seven years on the air. The actress, […]
Good thing Dexter didn't book that flight. With nearly everyone else grappling with life-altering changes, Dexter spends much of his time paralyzed, as Harry observes.
"The Following" may have found itself a junior bad. Sam Underwood will join the dark series for Season 3 as Luke.
The end is near for "Dexter," as the landmark Showtime drama creeps toward the series finale airing later this summer after eight seasons. But Showtime President of Entertainment David Nevins just dropped a juicy tease during his address to reporters at the Television Critics Association Press Tour Tuesday in Los Angeles. A "Dexter" spinoff may […]
here weren't any kills at the final panel for "Dexter" at Comic-Con, but there were some tears. "Dexter" actresses Jennifer Carpenter and Lauren Velez held back the waterworks as they expressed their gratitude to fans gathered inside the San Diego Convention Center for the pop-culture convention.
Showtime’s new tough-guy drama “Ray Donovan” drew 1.35 million viewers for its debut Sunday night on the pay-cable channel, according to various reports.