Across eight years of TV and hundreds of 'Dexter' kills, near-every fan of the series will share similar stories of their personal favorites: a riveting first season, a few stumbles thereafter, and an all-time pinnacle in season 4 that became all too difficult to match in subsequent years. Now that the series finale is on the horizon, however, why is 'Dexter' executive producer Sara Cottleton already warning fans that "there will be people who hate it"?
With 'Dexter' nearing the end of its final season, talk is brewing about the possibilities of a spin-off. Current showrunner Scott Buck recently signed a development deal with Showtime, prompting talk that the network's hit series could be extended beyond the finale.
Last night's fairly underwhelming 'Dexter' installment, "A Little Reflection," at least teased a dramatic road ahead for the final six episodes of the season, with Dexter's new protege Zach Hamilton (Sam Underwood) on board, and a shocking return for Hannah McKay (Yvonne Strahovski). Before Dexter and Hannah can truly tangle again, however, let's see how last night's cliffhanger plays out in two new clips from "Dress Code"!
‘Dexter’ season 8 slices up the 6th episode of its final year with “A Little Reflection,” as Dexter attempts to prove Zach Hamilton (Sam Underwood) guilty to a reluctant Dr. Vogel (Charlotte Rampling), while Deb goes on a personal sting with Elway (Sean Patrick Flanery), and Hannah McKay (Yvonne Strahovski) finally returns.
Last week’s ‘Dexter’ episode, “This Little Piggy,” saw Deb and Dexter put aside their differences to rescue Dr. Vogel from the "Brain Surgeon," while Quinn hits a wall in a new case and Masuka questioned the motivations of his recently-revealed daughter. So how does “A Little Reflection” continue the 8th and final season?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Dexter’ season 8, episode 6, “A Little Reflection”!
Showtime's 'Dexter' has nearly reached the halfway point of its eighth and final season, with little development on the potential of a spinoff series. Showtime has remained fairly mum on the possibility before, but what does programming head David Nevins have to say, now that 'Dexter' showrunner Scott Buck has an overall development deal at the pay cable network?
We're almost halfway through the final season of 'Dexter,' and it seems as if both the major hurdles of Deb and Dexter's relationship and the mysterious "Brain Surgeon" killer have been put to bed (literally, in the latter's case). So what new challenges will arise in the second half of season 8? Check out two brand-new clips from next Sunday's all-new 'Dexter' episode, "A Little Reflection," to find out!
‘Dexter’ season 8 slices up the 5th episode of its final year with “This Little Piggy,” as Deb and Dexter put aside their differences to rescue Dr. Evelyn Vogel (Charlotte Rampling), while Quinn hits a wall in a new case and Masuka questions the motivations of his recently-revealed daughter
Last week’s ‘Dexter’ episode, “Scar Tissue,” saw the "Brain Surgeon" finally revealed, while Deb began her treatment with Dr. Vogel, and Quinn continued working toward a Sergeant's position. So how does “This Little PIggy” continue the 8th and final season?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Dexter’ season 8, episode 5, “This Little Piggy”!
This past Sunday's 'Dexter' episode "Scar Tissue" saw the conflicts between both Dexter and Deb as well as Dexter and Vogel come to a head, but when one of them becomes threatened by the Brain Surgeon, old wounds are quickly forgotten. Showtime has released the first clips from this coming Sunday's 'Dexter' episode "This Little Piggy," but who's in the biggest danger of all?
Last night's all-new 'Dexter' episode, "What's Eating Dexter Morgan," may not have ended up as game-changing as its previews might have led us to believe, but the Showtime serial killer drama still has some surprises in store for next Sunday's installment, "Scar Tissue." The first clip has emerged from Showtime, and it looks like Dexter still can't get past the thought of losing his sister from his life.