With its eighth and likely final season arriving ahead of schedule on June 30, 'Dexter' has been slicing up all manner of goodies for fans, from new teasers to casting announcements like the recent return of Yvonne Strahovski. Now, we're finally getting our first real footage of 'Dexter' season 8 in the latest 'Ray Donovan' promo for showtime, but who's relationship looks to be on the table this time?
It's been a good long while since we've heard any 'Homeland'-related news, with season 3 set to pick up sometime in September along with Showtime's new drama 'Masters of Sex.' And while season 2 finale "The Choice" left plenty of characters and stories in limbo, now it seems another character won't have a very large story going forward. Find out who's stepping down as a series regular for 'Homeland' season 3 inside!
Few 'Dexter' fans would argue that the past season brought with it a major upturn in quality, bringing Deb up to date on her brother's dark secret, but also through Dexter's mysterious new love interest Hannah McKay ('Chuck's' Yvonne Strahovski). Now, as Showtime's serial killer drama heads into its eighth and likely final season on June 30, we've learned that despite where we left the character, Yvonne Strahovski will indeed return! Find out about the latest addition to 'Dexter' season 8 in the comments!
After wrapping up its sixth season this past Sunday with finale episode "I'll Lay My Monsters Down," Showtime's long-running dramedy 'Californication' has already begun putting together its seventh, and potentially final season. The latest from Hank Moody (David Duchovny)'s seventh season will see former 'The Sopranos' star Michael Imperioli taking on a major recurring role, but who will
Christopher Imperioli be portraying in 'Californication's' future?
Even though 'Dexter' season 8 will treat bloodthirsty fans to its premiere a full three months ahead of usual, we're dying for a real look at the latest (and potentially last) season of our favorite Showtime serial killer. The latest teaser for 'Dexter's' eighth season doesn't show us much in the way of new footage, but promises that Dexter Morgan will have to step things up to keep people from learning his secret, and it isn't going to be pretty!
With 'Dexter's eighth and potentially final season debuting early on June 30, the castings and spoilers have come a bit earlier than we're used to, but we never expected to see a first teaser trailer already! And while Showtime has yet to confirm whether or not 'Dexter' season 8 will be the final outing for our beloved Miami serial killer, an ocean of blood and a long list of Dexter's victims certainly have us feeling appropriately nostalgic...
As 'Dexter' heads into its likely final season, we have little idea of what to expect from an ultimate ending. The acclaimed Showtime serial killer drama could play out in a number of ways, but will there still be new stories along the way? 'One Tree Hill' vet Bethany Joy Lenz has officially joined the "final" season, but will she end up on, or at Dexter's table? Get the latest scoop on season 8 inside!
'Dexter' season 8 will receive an early premiere on June 30 this year to help Showtime launch its newest drama 'Ray Donovan,' so the casting goodies of what could turn out to be the Showtime serial killer drama's final season have been fast and furious. The latest on the table for 'Dexter' season 8 is that of now-cancelled 'Last Resort' star Darri Ingolfsson, but will he prove friend or foe to the Bay Harbor Butcher?
Long before Showtime's fixer drama 'Ray Donovan' debuts even a single episode on June 30, it's packing some hefty star power. Not only does Liev Schreiber lead an ensemble that features the likes of Jon Voight, but movie star and former 'Shark' James Woods is getting in on the series as well. The pay-cable network has tapped Woods for a recurring role on the buzz-worthy series, but with a focus on Hollywood, will he play himself, a la 'Family Guy'?
Yes, you read that correctly. While Showtime's buzz-worthy upcoming drama pilot 'The Vatican' continues to use recent real-world headlines to its advantage, its latest casting might prove the most attention grabbing yet. Sources reveal that the Ridley Scott-helmed drama has tapped 'Downfall' star Bruno Ganz, famed for the internet parody "Hitler Reacts to Things," as 'The Vatican's Pope. Find out all about the latest casting for 'The Vatican' inside!