Julie Benz and Rich Orosco
Dexter vet Julie Benz married Rich Orosco Saturday in Los Angeles, People reports.
In a nod to the groom, who is of Mexican heritage, the wedding, which was held on the Cinco de Mayo holiday, featured a...
Katherine Mayfair is finally coming back to Wisteria Lane.
Former cast member Dana Delany, whose return was announced earlier this season, will appear in Desperate Housewives' series finale, TVGuide.com has confirmed.
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Katherine left the series at the end of Season 6 to run off to Paris with...
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:
Dana Delany, Desperate Housewives
ABC announced Sunday that Desperate Housewives will end after this season, which begs the question: Which characters are returning to Wisteria Lane to say goodbye?
When discussing the series' demise with reporters, Housewives creator and executive producer Marc Cherry said he had already started thinking of ways to bring back familiar faces. "I have an idea for the last episode, in which I want to pay homage to everyone who's been on the show," he said.
Marc Cherry: The end of Desperate Housewives is "bittersweet and lovely"
Dana Delany, who played Katherine Mayfair for two years before leaving to star in ABC's Body of Proof, tells TVGuide.com she would love to...
Michael C. Hall
Over the past five seasons, Dexter (Michael C. Hall) has battled a serial-killing brother, a serial-killing assistant district attorney and even a serial-killing motivational speaker, but nothing will prepare him for what he has to face in Dexter's sixth season: Religion.
You heard that right. Miami's own murderous blood spatter analyst will seek out the meaning of faith in hopes of passing on something good to his son Harrison, who will be heading to school now that the show has jumped ahead one year.
Dexter exclusive: How far will Season 6 jump ahead in time?
Executive producer Sara Colleton discusses Dexter's attempt to discover the light side of his Dark Passenger, and who he'll cross paths with during the journey. Plus, Colleton dishes on whether Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) will finally find out, and if Dexter is ready for a new relationship after the heartbreak from Lumen (Julia Stiles)...
Dexter is (almost) back — and it's time to get bloody!
After several seasons of strife for Dexter (Michael C. Hall), Season 6 will find the serial-killing anti-hero in a new place in his life — both literally and figuratively.
There has been some buzz that the Showtime series would possibly jump ahead in the future (since time jumps are all the rage right now. Looking at you Weeds and True Blood), but executive producer Sara Colleton tells TVGuide.com exclusively just how far ahead the show is jumping...
Julie Benz, best known for her role as Dexter Morgan's wife Rita on the Showtime serial killer series Dexter, is engaged, People reports.
Marketing executive Rich Orosco, 38, proposed over the weekend in...
Forgive that headline, because Julie Benz is actually one of the sweetest actresses I've ever met. And I'm thrilled she's just landed a fun role on USA's Royal Pains...
S. Epatha Merkerson
Law & Order alum S. Epatha Merkerson has joined CBS' untitled medical drama pilot from Susannah Grant, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
The project follows a competitive surgeon (Patrick Wilson), whose life is changed forever when his ex-wife (Jennifer Ehle) dies and begins teaching him about life from the hereafter. Merkerson will play Wilson's administrative assistant.
"V" is for "vamping" — that's been the case for most of the life of ABC's re-imagined, if hardly re-energized, version of V. You know, the show where alien ships hover over Earth week after week, with nothing much happening as Evil Queen Anna coldly plots the destruction of humanity with all those pesky emotional souls while ...