The mix of humor with the macabre in this sixth season of "Dexter" has been nearly perfect, and it looks like things are continuing on that path next week with Episode 6, entitled "Just Let It Go". Check out a couple of clips and the preview trailer.
So, are we all in agreement that Season 6 of Showtime's "Dexter" finds our favorite serial killer back on track and then some? The set-pieces (or should we say "tableaux") employed for the Doomsday Killers' handiwork are some of the most chilling we've ever seen. Ready for a peek at what's coming up next week in Episode 6.05, "The Angel of Death"?
The only disadvantage to receiving an early screener of the first three episodes of "Dexter" is having to wait almost a month for something new, but finally on this coming Sunday, October 23rd, Episode 6.04 debuts, and we'll be watching along with the rest of you. To help tide us over until then, we have the trailer and two clips that provide a sneak peek at what's coming up.
Per usual, one of the more entertaining panels of the San Diego Comic-Con was the one held for Showtime's "Dexter" on Thursday, July 21st, and we have the highlights for you right here along with a look at the Season 6 trailer that debuted during the show.
Season 6 of the Showtime hit series "Dexter" is filming as we speak, and slowly but surely peeks of the series' new cast additions have been surfacing, this latest one courtesy of this week's Entertainment Weekly.
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.
It's been a little over a month since last we talked about Zebediah de Soto's Night of the Living Dead: Origins, and since then two more stars have agreed to lend their voices to this truly original spin on the classic.
A source close to the pre-production goings-on of Zebediah de Soto's Night of the Living Dead: Origins called in with some exclusive updated casting news that makes the 3D "American anime" sound better and better all the time. Mos Def is confirmed as Ben, and four more parts are in the final stages of negotiation.
More news ... and the first image ... has trickled out about Zebediah de Soto's 3D "American anime" Night of the Living Dead remake. Not only did we get confirmation that Joe Pilato will indeed be portraying Cooper, but we also learned the name of one of the actors being considered for Ben.