Jennifer Carpenter and Michael C. Hall
As the final season of Dexter heats up, the cast and creative minds behind Showtime's serial killer series took the stage at Comic-Con Thursday for one final panel.
On hand to say goodbye were...
Jennifer Carpenter, Michael C. Hall
It's the beginning of the end for Dexter as the long-running Showtime series about a serial-killing blood spatter analyst kicks off its eighth and final season Sunday at 9/8c. Before our favorite killer says goodbye, however, the series will reexamine Dexter's (Michael C. Hall) origin story by introducing the...
Jennifer Carpenter and Michael C. Hall
It's the beginning of the end.
When Dexter kicks off its final season (Sunday, June 30 at 9/8c on Showtime), expect a huge shift in the relationships we've come to know and love over the years. Sure, Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) and Dexter (Michael C. Hall) hit a rough patch last year after she discovered her foster brother is a serial killer, but they will hit their rockiest road yet in the wake of LaGuerta's (Lauren Velez) death.
Mega Buzz: How will Dexter and Deb's relationship change?
Season 8 picks up...
Yvonne Strahovski and Michael C. Hall
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's season finale of Dexter. Read at your own risk.]
Dexter's Season 7 finale couldn't have been more aptly titled. That's because it wasn't Dexter (Michael C. Hall) who made the most surprising move in this season's closing hour, it was Deb (Jennifer Carpenter), who definitely started off the new year on a bad note. But we'll get to that. First, let's take a look at what events landed Dexter in that fateful shipping container that has surely changed Deb's life forever.
Dexter's Michael C. Hall: Will Hannah turn Dexter in?
The finale naturally opened with Dexter visiting his love Hannah (Yvonne Strahovski) in prison to find out if she plans to turn him in, but...
Grimm guest star David Zayas (Dexter) doesn't fear The Reaper; he hangs out with him.
On Friday's episode, titled "Leave It to Beavers" (9/8c, NBC), Zayas plays Sal Burrel, a monstrous troll-like creature known as the Hasslich (aka The Reapers). Sal's a city building inspector who's heading up a racketeering scheme...
Dexter, Michael C Hall, Aimee Garcia
After Dexter's titular character lost his wife to a devious serial killer and his girlfriend to a happier life without her Dark Passenger, Dexter (Michael C. Hall) is on his own this year as he tries to figure out single fatherhood. Fortunately, he'll have the help of the new nanny, Jaime Batista (Aimee Garcia), who happens to be the younger sister of Sgt. Angel Batista (David Zayas).
Dexter Exclusive: In Season 6, Dexter finds... faith?
Last season Dexter finally opened up to the possibility of love, so there's hope that a new relationship could blossom between the blood splatter expert and his child's caretaker, even if their dispositions are polar opposites. TVGuide.com chatted with Off the Map's Garcia, who also discusses Jaime's relationship with her brother and the constant danger a nanny to a serial killer faces, especially when she's practically living with him:
Off the Map star Aimee Garcia has joined Dexter, a show rep tells TVGuide.com.
Garcia will play Jamie, the younger sister of ...
What the Dexter season three opener lacked in explosive excitement it certainly made up for in Jimmy Smits I cannot begin to elaborate on how thrilled I am that the Cane star has graced us with the wonder of his presence The show opened in a very white dentists office with some very white gloves and a very bright white light The dentist is only as important as the new crown he gives Dexter and the query of his boat Remember last season Dex spent an awful lot of time on that boat disposing of the bodies of his victims His summer vacation was spent enjoying sweets and winning prizes though none of this included cotton candy or stuffed bears Dexter has finally succumbed or learned to settle into a nice normal world His relationship with Rita seems better than ever She seems to be over the sexual inhibitions that haunted their early courting She acts sexy and amorous throughout Dexter comforts himself with the thought that Rita is the scaffoldi
Pushing Daisies and Dexter two shows that could seriously keep each other in business, think about it! on Sunday were named outstanding television comedy and drama at the annual Satellite Awards, handed out by the International Press Academy. Acting-wise, Michael C. Hall and Ellen Pompeo (Grey's Anatomy) took the lead drama categories, Stephen Colbert and America Ferrera (Ugly Betty) were the top comedy performers, and David Zayas (Dexter) and Vanessa Williams (Betty) walked away with supporting honors.On the feature side, No Country for Old Men and Juno were named top drama and comedy, while Viggo Mortensen (Eastern Promises), Ryan Gosling (Lars and the Real Girl), Marion Cotillard (La Vie en Rose) and Ellen Page (Juno) won the acting races.Related: Cheers & Jeers takes a stab at Dexter's season finale
If it werent for the last four minutes of tonights final Dexter I might have sworn off the series forever How could he not kill Lila The screen went black I was flabbergasted That false ending gave me a heart attack But alas our dear writers once again rose to the occasion giving us the kill we had been waiting for nearly all season And what a way to go First of all who would open a door to a cabin in the middle of nowhere with someone inside shouting Let me out Thank goodness Lilas as crazy as she is nay was Poor James I understand why he had to go the way he had to go but I am going to miss the big lug He wasnt such a bad guy However Im his soul mate were probably not the comforting words Doakes wanted to hear come of his potential rescuers mouth He should have known it was curtains for him at that point Lila was certainly in her element when Doakes told her that her beloved Dexter was the Butche