Michael C. Hall
Are things looking up for America's favorite serial killer? Difficult to say considering how slapdash the fifth season of "Dexter" felt, but new showrunner Scott Buck recently talked a bit about what fans could expect when the show returns this fall.
Some more casting news coming in for the next season of the hit Showtime series about a serial killer with (kind of) a heart, "Dexter". Who's next to be a fly in Dex's ointment?
It's hard to believe we're already up to Season Six of the hit Showtime series "Dexter", but alas, it's been a long and winding road. Though last season seemed unfortunately longer than most.
She may be known to most people as Alma Garret on HBO's popular series "Deadwood", but this writer became a fan of Molly Parker after her stint on the short-lived 70's-based "Swingtown" so we couldn't be more pleased to pass on the news that she's just signed on to a recurring role in the upcoming Season Six of "Dexter". Read on for the details, scarce though they may be.
What with people like Edward James Olmos, Colin Hanks, Mos Def, and Billy Brown all signing on for "Dexter" Season Six, we were beginning to wonder if Dex was going to have any women at all in his life this year. The answer has come today, and it is a resounding "yes!" as we've learned that actress Brea Grant will be joining the guys in a recurring role.
The fifth season of Showtime's successful serial killer series "Dexter" wasn't exactly a banner year: The show recycled several familiar storylines, featured some bland performances from its guest stars (although Peter Weller was brilliant) and concluded in the most unambitious, frustrating way imaginable. So, hey, who's excited to own it on Blu-ray/DVD?
More casting news coming in for the next season of Showtime's killer television hit show, "Dexter". No bit parts here either (though we know Dexter himself is quite fond of bit parts), we're talking about a key role that has been filled. Read on for details.
Now this is the type of inspired casting we can get behind! Edward James Olmos has just been announced as having a "major role" in Season Six of Showtime's "Dexter". Be still our "Miami Vice"-loving hearts!
Hot on the heels of the news that Colin Hanks has joined the cast of "Dexter" as a recurring character comes word that hip-hop artist turned actor Mos Def has also finalized a deal for a multi-episode arc during the sixth season of the series.
A few days ago we got word on some upcoming characters to be on the lookout for in Season Six of Showtime's "Dexter", and now comes news of another cast member who's signed on for a major story arc: none other than Colin (son of Tom) Hanks.
We're not too sure of the direction in which Season Six of Showtime's "Dexter" is heading, but one thing's for sure thanks to the new teaser the network has unveiled: This fall, hell breaks loose!
Yes, the last season of "Dexter" left a bit to be desired, but we're hoping the gang can pull it together for the show's sixth season. Speaking of which, some new info surrounding said season has just hit online.
Though I dug it myself, a lot of fans were upset about this season of the hit Showtime series "Dexter". Maybe some new blood is in order to keep things interesting again? Apparently Showtime thinks so, too.
The Hollywood Foreign Press Association announced the nominees for its 68th Annual Golden Globe Awards this morning, and it looks like vampires are out but zombies are definitely in as "The Walking Dead" replaces "True Blood" among the Best Television Series - Drama nominees.
We knew it was coming, but still, it's always good to have official confirmation, and today Showtime released the news that "Dexter" has been picked up for a sixth season. What better way to celebrate than by watching two preview clips from the fifth season finale, entitled "The Big One"?