The Showtime series "Dexter" was great when in its prime, but the last season? The final season? Holy cow, was that bad. If you haven't seen it yet, count yourself as one of the lucky ones. In any event...
Dread regulars know that I'm one of the few who absolutely loved the finale of "Dexter." I'll make no concessions about the final season being rather lackluster, but the show ended its run in a way that was both poetic and fitting for the titular character. Regardless, here's a fan-made proposition for the final season.
Maybe you never got around to watching "Dexter," or maybe you're one of the lucky ones who stopped watching a few seasons ago but are curious about the outcome. Well, if you're a Netflix subscriber, you can see what you've missed beginning on Halloween!
Of all the possible outcomes of the Showtime series "Dexter," the one that we actually got was probably the most shocking and not at all in a good way. If you haven't seen it yet, consider yourself lucky and know that this story contains spoilers.
A new Dinner for Fiends, and it hasn’t even been six months? How did that happen? Well, it did. And after last episode’s scream-a-palooza, you’ll find this installment either refreshingly mellow or disappointingly not a seething cauldron of nerd rage.
Debra Morgan. There's no doubt this wondrous character was as lethal with her mouth as Dexter was with his knives. Now that Showtime's much beloved show "Dexter" has come to a close, YouTube user Adam Eyster has created a compilation video that can easily get you fired from your day job.
While I wasn’t thrilled with the final season of "Dexter" on the whole, I loved the finale. It ranks just behind "The Sopranos" and "The Shield" for me in terms of shows that brought their stories to an effective close.
The name Clyde Phillips might not ring a bell, but he's a former "Dexter" executive producer/showrunner from the early years. He recently chatted with E! News and shared his own ideas of how the show should have ended.
Now that the "Dexter" series finale has aired, it's time for a post-mortem "Wrap-Up" podcast with producer Scott Reynolds and executive producer Scott Buck for Episode 8.12, "Remember the Monsters?"
Award-winning composer Daniel Licht scored the final episode of "Dexter," and he made a companion video of the final scoring session that ends with a rather bloody finale itself! Check it out, and get ready for the show's last episode tomorrow night.
“Dexter” is finally coming to an end this Sunday, and fans are hoping that the series concludes with a worthy sendoff for a character that is now deeply beloved by a multitude of people around the globe.
I know exactly one person who thinks this season of "Dexter" has been on par with what's come before it; methinks she needs to watch this recap video of all eight seasons to remember the glory days. Check it out, and let us know what you think.
After eight years of slashing his way through the pop culture landscape, "Dexter" finally comes to an end this Sunday, Sept. 22nd. And for those of us who've sat through this god-awful final season, it’s not a moment too soon.
Preview, Clips, and a Few Photos from Dexter Ep. 8.12- Remember the Monsters?; Wrap-Up of Ep. 8.11- Monkey in a Box
Just one more episode of "Dexter" remains, and we have a sneak peek of what's ahead in the series finale, "Remember the Monsters?" But first here's a wrap up of tonight's Ep. 8.11, "Monkey in a Box."
If there's anyone on TV right now who can relate to Jason Voorhees, it's Dexter. Our favorite serial killer since 2006, Dex pays homage to Friday the 13th in this new photo which popped up on the "Dexter" Facebook page this morning.