"Oh, it's been an 11," Jennifer Carpenter says, when asked how intense the last year has been, on a 1 to 10 scale, for her and husband and Dexter co-star Michael C. Hall.
Just working on a show like Dexter would be extreme enough. Season 4 — available as a complete set on Blu-ray and DVD August 17 — ended with Dexter ...
Dexter's fifth season will find its hero struggling with a fundamental question: How does a serial killer react when one of his key connections to humanity is brutally murdered? "The through line this year is Dexter's atonement," executive producer Sara Colleton said at the Television Critics Association fall TV previews Thursday. The journey isn't simple. Read on for the highlights of the panel...
Joshua Gomez and Zachary Levi
If you didn't get a chance to travel to San Diego for this past weekend's Comic-Con celebration, or if you just want to relive some of your favorite moments, TV Guide Magazine has you covered! Check out highlights of the best parties and panels, from Chuck stars Zachary Levi and Josh Gomez at the Nerd Party, to TV Guide Magazine Hot List panelists Summer Glau and Julie Benz.
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Julie Benz, Michael Chiklis
ABC's forthcoming fall drama No Ordinary Family is one part Heroes, one part The Incredibles — but don't expect star Michael Chiklis to don any capes or costumes.
"You don't want to see me in Lycra, believe me.
What happens when you take a couple of aliens, a doofy superspy, two burgeoning superheroes, and a vampire diarist, and throw them all together? A lot of whoopin' and hollerin'. At TV Guide Magazine's Hot List panel at Comic-Con on July 23, some of television's most genre-riffic stars — V's Morena Baccarin, Elizabeth Mitchell and Morris Chestnut; The Cape's David Lyons, Keith David and Summer Glau; No Ordinary Family's Julie Benz; Human Target's Chi McBride; Chuck's Zach Levi; and Vampire Diaries executive producer Kevin Williamson — gathered for the ultimate Con-vergence...
Comic-Con fans were treated to an early glimpse of Dexter's heartbreaking Sept. 26 season premiere, which features the return of Julie Benz as the lifeless body of Dexter Morgan's murdered wife, Rita. "It's heavy," Hall told TV Guide Magazine...
Chandra Wilson, LL Cool J, Jayma Mays
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Will Bailey's boyfriend Ben be back next season on Grey's Anatomy? — Sheena
ADAM: Jason George's role on Off the Map, Shonda Rhimes' midseason show, doesn't necessarily mean the end of Bailey's romance, according to Chandra Wilson. Whatever happens, she says the relationship is important for Bailey's growth. "How many of us go through long-term relationships that end and then you have to sit there and figure out what to do now?" Wilson says. "That's her journey. ... It was about that discovery and how it will change her personality."
Any scoop on the new season of Glee? — Amy
MICKEY: Jayma Mays tells us how she heard that John Stamos had been cast to play a dentist/Emma's love interest. "I got a text message from a friend and all it said was:
Stephen Collins has been promoted to series regular on the upcoming drama No Ordinary Family, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Tate Donovan and Christina Chang exit No Ordinary Family
The 62-year-old actor-author plays...
Tate Donovan, Christina Chang
Tate Donovan and Christina Chang are leaving ABC's upcoming superhero drama No Ordinary Family.
The dual exits are story-related, a source close to the show told TVGuide.com, adding that producers would like to bring Donovan and Chang back ...
Julie Benz, whose character Rita was killed off Dexter in last season's grizzly finale, returns to the set this month to reprise the role in a way she had hoped would be kept secret until airtime. From the sound of it, she may be back for more than just one quickie cameo in a casket. "Rita's presence is definitely going to be felt throughout the season," Julie tells me. "You can't deny that she had an effect on Dexter's life, which is really what this season's about."
One popular theory — which Julie wouldn't confirm, is that Rita will be seen in flashbacks to happier times — a refreshing departure from the final ghastly image viewers were left with of Rita soaking in a tub of her own blood.