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Dexter's Baby Spills the 'Blood' in New Promo

A short but right-at-the-spot promo of " Dexter " was aired on Showtime . It shows Dexter and his gleeful baby during feeding time with red food, which almost resembles blood, spilling all over the place. The tagline "Not his usual mess" bears the right pun for Dexter's job as a serial killer. "Dexter" is premiering September 27 before another season premiere of "Californication". This time Dexter is dealing with fatherhood, which forces him to go to the drugstore even if he is in the middle of a killing mission. He takes residency in the suburbans with Rita and her kids, leading a seemingly normal life. Although coming a notch lower, Dexter's life will be made more complicated with the arrival of a new villain calling himself Trinity. John Lithgow, who takes the role, said during San Diego Comic-Con International , "I can't tell you anything about this marvelous character, but he has many layers and colors." His first victim would be High Commander Dick Solomon. It was also announced during the convention that there would be 12 animated webisodes titled "Earl Cuts" which is narrated by Michael C. Hall to be released this Fall. It will chronicle the time Dexter learns how to be a serial killer. Source & Promo

Dexter Season 4 Trailer

Check out the first official television trailer for the upcoming series " Dexter " season 4. The hit Showtime series "Dexter" season 4 stars Michael C. Hall ( Game ), Julie Benz ( Saw V, Punisher: War Zone ), C.S. Lee and Jennifer Carpenter ( Quarantine ). Dexter Season 4 premieres Sunday, September 27th only on Showtime. Watch Trailer

Dexter: Michael C. Hall Talks About Season 4 & Webisodes - Featured

"Can I have it all?" Dexter tells his first season 4 victim before killing him, and in his interview with Entertainment Weekly, Dexter star Michael C. Hall reaffirms this premise of the upcoming season, set to kick off on September 27. Following Showtime's release of the dark comedy's trailer for season 4 recently, Hall maintains that it's going to be "tough" for the new father cum blood splatter analyst cum serial killer. "A lot of sleep deprivation. I think the idea was one thing, but the reality of being a suburban family man and maintaining an allegiance to his dark passenger is for Dexter proving to be daunting, at times overwhelming, at times reprieved, but something's gotta give." That something, says some critics, is still hard to figure out at this point, when the team behind Dexter is still in the middle of production. Most, however, are expecting a lot from John Lithgow, who is set to play the main villain in Dexter season 4. Walter Simmons, the Trinity Killer is described as "the most prolific serial killer ever" or "the most successful serial killer to ever get away with it." Hall, for his part, says that Dexter is "definitely fascinated" and that his competitive juices are "stoked" especially after hearing how the Trinity Killer is characterized. "They're on a bit of a collision course right now," teases Hall. Lithgow, 63, is a multiple Emmy-winner and is best known for his role as Dr. Dick Solomon on the NBC sitcom 3rd Rock from the Sun . Hall also confirmed that he recently did some voice-over narration for Dexter's animated webisodes, following the serial killer's life prior to the pilot. The first one, for instance, will focus on the first time he "collects the trophy" of his first kill. Source Here

Comic-Con 2009 -Get the scoop on all the TV shows, movies, special guests, panels, and more

EW has been very nice to as all and made a page only for this year's Comic Con video-interviews. Check it out to hear more on Dollhouse , Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog, Dexter , V , Lost , Bones , Astro Boy and Wonder Woman Comic Con 2009

Dexter Season 4 Comic Con Panel Video

Actor Michael C. Hall reflects on the different reactions Dexter receives overseas. The hit Showtime series " Dexter " season 4 stars Michael C. Hall ( Game ), Julie Benz ( Saw V, Punisher: War Zone ), C.S. Lee and Jennifer Carpenter ( Quarantine ). Dexter Season 4 premieres Sunday, September 27th only on Showtime. watch now

Comic Con 2009: Trailer of 'Dexter' Season 4 Shared - Featured

A new trailer of " Dexter " was shared during the 2009 San Diego Comic-Con International on Thursday, July 23. Presented before the panel was started, the new footage serves as the promotion to the fourth season. It shows the changes within Dexter as he juggles his newly-found experience as a father, and John Lithgow appearing as the new villain, The Trinity. In the trailer, Dexter is seen rocking his baby and says to him softly, "Wanna know a secret? Daddy kills people." It continues with Dexter living an apparently normal life on the suburbans with Rita and her kids. "Dexter Morgan has everything he wants, except the one thing he needs...time to kill," so the caption is read. Glimpses of Trinity and how he is about to kill a boy's mother were then shown. Lithgow came in support of the panel, talking more about his character including spilling that he has not shared screens with the rest of the stars Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter and Julie Benz who also attended the panel. "We've done five episodes now," he said. "I still lurk and stalk .. I haven't worked with any of these people yet. I can't wait to have scenes with them." He talked more about Trinity, saying "On 'Dexter' I play a serial killer and his first victim is High Commander Dick Solomon. ...I can't tell you anything about this marvelous character, but he has many layers and colors." Hall then took time to answer some questions including whether his baby has the tendencies to inherit his serial killer blood. "The baby has yet to exhibit any signs," Hall said. "It's possibly there, lurking." One interesting clue of what to expect from the future 12 episodes came from Lithgow. He said, "I'm the only person on the set who knows what's going to happen in all 12 episodes. I could speak two sentences right now that would make this entire building explode." "Dexter" panel at this year's Comic Con was one of the biggest ones held at Ballroom 20. Shortly before the session was run, it was announced that there would be 12 animated webisodes titled "Earl Cuts" which is narrated by Hall to be released this Fall. It will chronicle the time Dexter learns how to be a serial killer. Source & Trailer Here

Check Out E!Online's Tag-Team TV Tweets from Comic-Con! - Featured

Want to know what's happening at Comic-Con right this minute? Then stay tuned to the module in the article below because Team Watch With Kristin is going to be tweeting everything all weekend long! They'll have celeb sightings, panel highlights, interview previews, secret Comic-Con-only footage, key moments from the convention floor and everything else you need to know, straight from the scene. Check Out Our Tag-Team TV Tweets From Comic-Con! Photo courtesy of

Countdown Starts Until Return of 'Dexter'

Surely, fans of Dexter cannot wait for the return of their favorite serial killer. And a second Emmy nod for Michael C. Hall doesn't seem to be enough to satiate their craving for some killing (and baby) that awaits us when the Showtime dark comedy returns on September 27, which is roughly still a good two months away. For the mean time, Showtime has made sure that fans will never cease to get their constant Dexter fix, including a couple of the first three seasons' episodes every Sunday en route to September 27 and all three seasons on Showtime On Demand. The DVD for its season 3, meanwhile, will hit stores, online or otherwise, August 18. Hall, 38, is up for an Emmy this year for lead actor in a drama, running against last year's winner Bryan Cranston of Breaking Bad , Gabriel Byrne of In Treatment , Jon Hamm of Mad Men , Hugh Laurie of House , and Simon Baker of The Mentalist . Dexter the show is also up for a best drama prize, against last year's winner Mad Men, Big Love , Damages , House, and Lost . Source Here

'Dexter' To Keep His Apartment

Things are looking pretty different for Dexter on season 4, as evidenced by the adorable promotional photo for the upcoming season of the Showtime dark comedy featuring Dexter 's (Michael C. Hall) baby with Rita (Julie Benz). Now that the two are married, however, Hall said don't count on Dexter to give up the apartment. "In the first episode we discover that, without revealing it to Rita, he's committed to keeping his apartment. I'm not sure how he pays for it, but we never get into that." Hall adds that Dexter and Rita will occupy a new home that they will share together alongside "Astor and Cody and Dexter's new baby son, Harrison." As for his affliction, though, he said it "remains" despite the baby. "I don't know if we'd be able to keep our audience if Dexter woke up one day and said, "I don't really feel like killing anybody anymore." Source Here

Jimmy Smits Remembers Dexter Run as a Great Challenge, Reflects on Past TV Roles

Jimmy Smits' run on Dexter was both short and sweet, presenting as it did a choice opportunity for the Emmy-winning actor. "It was one of the great rewards to be able to do that show," Smits shares in this video Q&A. As Season 3's ill-fated ADA Miguel Prado, Smits welcomed the chance to offer a fresh spin on what could have been just another officious and entitled politician-type - especially as he grew closer (and darkly so) with Michael C. Hall's titular killer. "They asked if I'm ready to be challenged," Smits recalls, "and I'm more than up for it." Also in this on-camera sit-down: * Smits talks of Miguel and Dexter's "bromance." * Looking back on his NYPD Blue days, what did Smits think of Bobby Simone's protracted send-off? * Smits wraps things up by recalling one of TV's greatest, pre-Internet watercooler moments: the shocking death of L.A. Law's villainous Rosalind Shays. Source & Video