The Season 4 finale of Dexter pulled in the show's largest audience ever and was the best telecast for Showtime in more than a decade.
The finale was watched by 2.6 million viewers, a 71 percent increase from the previous season's final episode. The strong audience also led alifornication to its best numbers ever (1.1 million viewers) and a similar increase over the previous season-ender.
On the networks, football remained the Sunday night king, as NBC's coverage of the Philadelphia Eagles-New York Giants matchup averaged 18.1 million viewers. While CBS aired repeats ...
Just after Charles Gibson stepped down from ABC's anchor desk, he'll sit down with President Barack Obama.
Charles Gibson's last day on World News Tonight set for Dec. 18
On Wednesday, Dec. 16 (6:30/5:30c), Gibson will interview Obama at the White House to discuss various issues, including...
Over the past three seasons, Dexter has chilled the Ice Truck Killer, made mincemeat of the Bay Harbor Butcher and even straightened out a putatively straitlaced assistant district attorney (Jimmy Smits) who had a homicidal bent. As Season 4 concludes, Dexter hopes to number the unholy Trinity Killer (played with perfectly diabolical menace by John Lithgow) among his victims before the police can get to the serial slayer. And to do so, Dexter is more than willing to take the law into his own hands.
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