The fifth season of Showtime's "Dexter" came to an end last night, and reactions have been mixed to say the least. Some were disappointed while others (like yours truly) were satisfied overall. Chiming in with their reflections are both showrunner Chip Johannessen and this season's primary guest star, Julia Stiles.
In what should come as a surprise to no one, AMC's freshman series "The Walking Dead" has scored an award nomination (its first of many we're sure!) from the Writers Guild of America, as has one of our other favorite genre TV shows, Showtime's "Dexter". In addition, ABC's "Lost" nabbed a nomination in the Episodic Drama category. From the Press Release:
Hard to believe there are only four more episodes left of "Dexter" Season Five, but the way things have been heating up for our favorite serial killer and his protégé, we expect this season to go out on a major high. Here are two clips from the upcoming Episode 9, "Teenage Wasteland", along with a new behind-the-scenes chat with showrunner Chip Johannessen.
Now that the viewers of Showtime's "Dexter" have a better idea of exactly how Julia Stiles' character, Lumen, is fitting in this season, showrunner/executive producer Chip Johannessen has filmed a short interview discussing Dexter's relationship with her, which you can see here. In addition, we have two sneak peeks of next week's episode, "First Blood".
Episode Two of the fifth season of Showtime's "Dexter", entitled "Hello Bandit", premieres this coming Sunday, October 3rd, and we've got two sneak peeks of the ep along with a chat with the show's new Executive Producer, Chip Johannessen, who discusses Dexter's first words at Rita's crime scene and how Dexter grieves after her death.