More casting news coming in for the upcoming fifth season of Showtime's smash series "Dexter", and things seem to be rolling along quite nicely for everyone's favorite dark passenger.
Every good guy, or in this case, every good bad guy needs someone even worse to chase around. "Dexter" has long been a tale of fighting fire with fire, and in the wake of John Lithgow's chilling stint on the show, a new villain has reared his head.
With the new season of "Dexter" gearing up to give fans more of what they love about the exploits of everyone's favorite family man serial killer, a couple of new developments have popped up, including the return of the nagger!
We don't know about you guys, but we are still REELING from the season finale of Showtime's hit serial killer series "Dexter". Now that Julie Benz is out of the picture, the show has room for a new lioness.
As we already knew from the "Dexter" panel at Paleyfest 2010, Season 5 will pick up right where Season 4 ended, but now a few more details have come to light, including who'll be assisting our favorite serial killer with child care. Proceed with caution, however, as there are some spoilers if you're not caught up with the show.
Back in January of this year we posted a pretty hilarious early look at the concept art for the upcoming bobble head figure based on the Trinity Killer from Dexter, and now finally the real deal is available.
The filming of Season Five of Showtime's "Dexter" doesn't start up until June so it's going to be a bit of a wait before we get to reconnect with America's most lovable mass murderer. But thanks to Dark Horse Deluxe collectibles, a 7-inch version could be yours to bring home this summer.
The Dexter panel at Paleyfest 2010 ended just a short while ago, and while not a lot was revealed about what the writers have in store for us during Season Five, Andrew did report back with a few choice tidbits, including the much debated time frame in which the new episodes will be set.
There's no denying that John Lithgow's portrayal of Arthur Mitchell, a.k.a. the Trinity Killer, was the best thing that happened to Showtime's Dexter since the series' first season. And now you can bring him into your own home ... if you dare!
This past season of Showtime's hit series "Dexter" was everything that a television show should be. With equal parts comedy, drama, and horror, it delivered an absolute knock-out punch to fans of the series with its final episode.
Still reeling from the way things went down in the Season Four finale of "Dexter"? Showtime wants to help by providing a couple of video interviews with both Dexter and the Trinity Killer themselves. Once you're done watching, read on for a chat with Julie Benz.
If you missed last night's finale to what arguably was the best season yet of Showtime's excellent series Dexter, then you better do your best to avoid spoilers until you can catch up. After all, considering 2.6 million people watched it, odds are pretty good someone you know was among them.
This season of Showtime's "Dexter" has been nothing short of pulse-pounding edge-of-your-seat craziness, and it all comes to a head next Sunday! Looking for a preview? We've got it for ya!
This season "Dexter" has gone from being "Must See TV" to "Holy Shit, I'd Rather Drive Needles into my Eyes Than Miss an Episode TV" and things are only getting more and more intense as we bring you two clips from next Sunday's episode.
Last Sunday's episode of "Dexter" was some of the most intense TV we've ever seen. Now Showtime takes us behind-the-scenes of that bit of craziness with writer/producer Clyde Phillips. "Dexter" Synopsis: Based on the novel Darkly Dreaming Dexter by Jeff Lindsay, “Dexter” follows Michael C. Hall as Dexter Morgan, an employee at the Miami Metropolitan Police Department's Crime Lab, but by night he is a self-proclaimed psychopath who meticulously murders the very same serial killers he tracks by day.