The Bodies Pile Up In 'Dexter' Season 7 Trailer

Featuring the Deftones. In the past few seasons, Dexter has lost the quality level that defined it and made the early years so much fun to watch. But there's hope yet for season seven. For one, the plot is likely to be more interesting because SPOILER we'll see how Dexter reacts now that Deb is on to him and his secret life. Secondly, they used the Deftones in the trailer. That deserves our watching the first three episodes at least. They've earned that much.

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Everyone Looks Less Orange In 'Dexter' Season 8 Trailer

The end begins Sunday, June 30th. Several teasers later, we now have an official look at the eighth and final season of Dexter. From the look of things, Dexter's been getting the cold shoulder from his sister who has chosen the comforts of awesome sex and recreational drugs over eating steaks with her creepy murderer brother who wears a lot of peach. Meanwhile, everyone in Miami who is not a homicide detective are suspicious that Dexter may be the Bay Harbor Butcher making it more and more difficult for him to track down and eliminate whoever is going around town removing people's brains. All in all, the once creepy show looks much more palatable. By that, I mean at least they've scaled back on the bronzer from last season.


A Look At The New Blood In 'Dexter' Season Six

Damn you, Dexter. You've pulled me back in. This behind-the-scenes look at the upcoming season of Dexter-season-five-killer-details/" target="_blank">Dexter gives us a preview of who the players will be. We've got Edward James Olmos and Colin Hanks as a creepy religion professor and his creepier disciple. It's not clear what their plans are but we can see that it involves big knives and the name of God. That's a bad combo. Also, joining this season is Mos (formerly Mos Def) as Brother Sam. At first he' Dexter's target before a common interest reveals itself. Miami Metro is bringing in a moody new detective played by Billy Brown. He's a no-nonsense Chicago native who sees working homicide as a business and doesn't have time for department hijinks or detectives dressing like members of Smashmouth. Boy, he picked the wrong town. And then there's Aimee Garcia, who plays Batista's hot sister and new nanny to Harrison. More importantly, she can be seen in a scene with Deb saying, "I came in here to give you a kiss goodnight. Not to look at pictures of dead bodies." A) Fire that nanny. B) Is Deb in a same-sex relationship this season? Or perhaps a polyamorous couple?? I can so see Quinn being into that. The new season of Dexter premieres October 2nd on Showtime.


Showtime Gives Us A Teaser For Season 8 Of 'Dexter'

Spoiler alert: He's going to live a double life!!! I'm not able to presume too much here without giving away some significant season 7 spoilers, and I just invented a policy where I won't spoil anything that happened in the previous season until the first episode of the next one airs. You know, for the sake of the Netflixers and bootleggers and procrastinators at large. Anyway, Dexter, Deb, etc. This is rumored to be the final season, but seeing as how last season was the first one in a while that wasn't terrible, I wouldn't rule out a season 9 or later.


'Dexter' Has Some 'Splaining To Do In Bloody Season 7 Teaser

It's not that Deb's mad. Just really disappointed... For those not up-to-date with Showtime's Dexter, read no further. SPOILERS AHEAD. Are you gone? Okay. At the end of last season, Dexter was revealed to be a martian. Now, with the government hot on heels he must hide with a suburban family and constantly wrestle with his lust for cat meat. Are you really gone now? Okay. Actual SPOILERS. Season six of Dexter ended with Deb discovering her brother murdering the Doomsday Killer in his macabre ritual. This season, we'll see how both Dexter and Deb deal with his secret being in the open. This teaser plays up that angle rather than focusing on Batista's midlife crisis and his purchase of a vintage muscle car. I think they made the right move. Dexter returns September 30th with Ray Stevenson and Yvonne Strahovski joining the cast.


You Can Watch The Season Premiere Of 'Dexter' Online For Free

Click here to do so... Showtime is continuing its programming model of putting the first episodes of its original series online in their entirety for free with the season 8 premiere of Dexter. It's a bold move, but one that I guess has worked for Showtime in the past. The episode must be pretty good stuff, since they're hoping it will make you want to watch the rest of the season. You can see it for yourself above. And subsequent episodes can be seen on Showtime Sunday nights at 9 PM EST/PST.


‘Dexter’ Season 6 Promo Reminds Us Of Fonder Times

It completely forgets season 5 existed. Remember the last season of"Dexter?" Yeah, I don't really either. The guy from Trainspotting was in it, right? This new promo for season 6 of the Showtime series doesn't seem to remember it either. It concentrates wholly on the big bads in seasons 1-5, and seems to promise we can expect the same in the upcoming season. Praise the TV gods! Let's get Dexter back on the right track, chasing down one truly disturbing, horrific killer as opposed to five "meh" guys with a shared partnership in a sex dungeon. Huh, I guess I do remember season 5. But I promise, only the sex parts. What do we think of the promo? Excited?


'Dexter's' Dark Passenger Has An Announcement

Dexter Morgan and Showtime would like you to know that the new season is not going to suck. Dexter Morgan and Showtime would like you to know that the new season is not going to suck as much as last. After a shaky fifth season, Dexter is back to his old self and that doesn't just mean a renewed interest in Pearl Jam. It also means killing Mos Def and Colin Hanks. I love the show and am ready for a return to form, but it bodes poorly that the new promo is essentially a direct rip-off of the "Teen Wolf" promo that has been airing everywhere these past few months.


John Carpenter Emerges with The Ward, Now Can Go Away Again

By all accounts, John Carpenter has been off his game for the past, I don't know, 20 or so years. Consequently, his hiatus during the past nine hasn't been met with too much public outcry. By all accounts, John Carpenter has been off his game for the past, I don't know, 20 or so years. Consequently, his hiatus during the past nine hasn't been met with too much public outcry. Judging from the reviews of his latest film, The Ward, at the TIFF, that sentiment is unlikely to change in the near future. Reviews of The Ward are unique in that they accuse Carpenter of being derivative of himself, which could be seen as both a  blessing and a curse. His techniques harken back to his 1970's heyday of films such as Starman, Halloween, and Escape from New York, but, like a copy of a copy, the word on the street is that The Ward just isn't that sharp, rarely leaving convention to tell a story the plot of which has been recycled early and often. The film begins, as many horror movies do, with a half-naked woman named Kristen (Amber Heard) running through the woods. She is eventually caught by authorities and thrown into a psychiatric ward in response to a number of fires she had set. Once institutionalized, she is haunted by the ghosts of a former patient and stumbles on to a mystery as to what became of the former patients. Jump scares abound as Kristen negotiates the hospital, still half-naked, we pray. Much of the context sounds painfully derivative of not only Carpenter's work, but many of the B-grade psychological thrillers that have trickled out in recent years. No US release date is set for the film, but the movie drops in Britain on January 21st. (/Film)