Michael C. Hall
‘Dexter’ Revival Teaser Reveals the Killer's New Life
Everyone, meet “Jim Lindsay.”
‘Dexter’ Is Back In Revival Series’ First Teaser
Check out Michael C. Hall as the new, not-improved Dexter.
‘Dexter’ Returning For a New Limited Series on Showtime
Everyone’s favorite prestige TV serial killer is back.
Michael C. Hall Is in for a 'Dexter' Revival
The possibility of a Dexter revival has been whispered for some time, and it might be surprisingly easy to get star Michael C. Hall onboard. The erstwhile Bay Harbor Butcher says enough time has passed that he’s willing to return, and all it will take is a solid pitch.
'Dexter' Season 9 Revival Poster Confirmed as Fake
Dexter could easily join TV’s ongoing revival fad, but Showtime won’t return to Miami just yet. In spite of new rumors and a poster making the rounds, Showtime confirms Dexter hasn’t given up the lumberjack life just yet.
'The Crown' Season 2 Trailer Sets December Premiere
If you’re feeling an absence of prestige in your Netflix account, The Crown will come to the rescue this December. The revered Queen Elizabeth II drama has booked a winter premiere with its first Season 2 trailer and photos, adding yet another Dexter alum in a famous role.
Michael C. Hall Lands 'Safe' New Netflix Thriller Series
The Crown Season 2 and Dexter reruns aren’t the only places Netflix viewers can catch Michael C. Hall. The erstwhile Dexter Morgan will Safe-ly lead a new series from Harlan Coben, joined by a familiar Sherlock star.
Michael C. Hall Joins Netflix 'The Crown' Season 2 as JFK
You might not be alone to have only caught Netflix’s The Crown after its surprising Golden Globe wins, but Season 2 of the historical Royal Family drama is nonetheless going to turn some heads. Among the attention-grabbing additions of late is none other than Dexter and Six Feet Under star Michael C. Hall, playing none other than John F. Kennedy.
‘Christine’ Trailer: Rebecca Hall Sensationalizes the News
That headline is slightly misleading: Most people aren’t familiar with the name Christine Chubbuck, the subject of the new film from Afterschool and Simon Killer director Antonio Campos. But to her former co-workers, certain morbid corners of the internet, and a handful of cinema fans, her name is synonymous with one of the most tragic and harrowing events in television history. That event is teased to a chilling degree in the first trailer for Christine, starring an absolutely compelling Rebecca Hall in the title role.