When we last left "Dexter" and Deb, Hanna had reappeared in their lives, drugging them and now apparently leaving Dexter in the middle of nowhere. What does she want? For Dexter to kill her new husband Miles, of course. He's a yacht-owning control freak whom Hannah cannot poison because she'll be the no. 1 suspect, especially because he knows about her past (he helped her get a new identity and she's going by "Maggie" now). But in the end, Hannah kills Miles when he talks about, basically, kidnapping her and never letting her off his yacht for the rest of her life. Dexter helps her clean up the mess and it's maybe looking like Dexter's lady love is back in his life? How do you feel about that, "Dexter" fans? Personally, we think Dexter could use the love of a good woman who knows who he really is, so we'd be OK if they end... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/08/dexter-season-8-episode-7-dress-code-im-a-psychopath-ask-me-how.html
Dexter “Dress Code” Season 8 episode 7 airs on Sunday August 11, 2013 at 9:00 PM ET/PT on Showtime. Episode Synopsis : “Dress Code” – Dexter takes on a protégé and starts teaching him the code. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2013/08/11/dexter-season-8-episode-7-dress-code/
Dexter's protege books a role on FOX's The Following. Actor Sam Underwood is clearly a fan of the serial killer shows, as he's migrating from his season 8 role on Dexter to a series regular role on season 2 of The Following. TV Line reports that the actor will play Luke, a very complicated and dangerous young man who may be a cult follower of first season antagonist Joe Carroll. In addition to this new gig, Underwood will also appear in the upcoming third season of Homeland as a trouble friend of Dana's. Don't miss The Following when it returns to FOX next January, and stick with us at Celebified for more TV buzz.
brightcove.createExperiences();The people who bring "Dexter" to life visit "The Writers' Room" on Monday (Aug. 12), and it appears they like their dialogue short and not so sweet.In this clip from the Sundance Channel series (which is exclusive to Zap2it), host Jim Rash asks "Dexter" star Michael C. Hall and the show's writers and producers what their favorite line from the series is. Rather than some artfully written monologue, they agree on two lines, totaling just five words. One is "Surprise, motherf***er!," delivered by Doakes (Erik King) in the Season 7 finale that takes its title from the line.The other comes from John Lithgow in the Season 4 episode "Hungry Man." An unbelievably tense Thanksgiving dinner is punctuated by Arthur (Lithgow) telling his wife (Julia Campbell) to shut up, followed by just about the worst thing you can call a woman. "Coming out of John Lithgow's mouth, that is such a shock," executive producer Sara... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/08/the-writers-room-dexter-writers-share-their-favorite-line-from-the-series.html
Christian Camargo and Emma Lahana will recur on the upcoming season of the Syfy drama. http://feedproxy.google.com/~r/thr/television/~3/CG8pFRwCJ8U/story01.htm
"The Following" may have found itself a junior bad. Sam Underwood will join the dark series for Season 3 as Luke, Fox told TheWrap . The character is described as "a very complicated and dangerous young man." Though it sounds like he would be a follower of Joe Carroll (James Purefoy), producers are staying mum as to whether he is a devotee. Read More... http://www.thewrap.com/movies/tv/article/dexters-sam-underwood-joining-foxs-following-108996
Dexter wants to know why Hannah is back in Miami but Deb wants her gone, and Zach is eager to learn the Code from Dexter. Read More... http://www.aceshowbiz.com/news/view/00062918.html
The family theme of the final season of "Dexter" keeps plugging along, as Dexter bonds with his real son and finds himself a surrogate son, one with whom he can share the dark passenger.So, Zach Hamilton killed Norma Rivera and is the type of young psychopath in whom Dr. Vogel sees potential to be another Dexter. At first, Dexter balks because Zach killed an innocent, but Zach's table-side (table-on?) confession about caring for his mother (since his dad's affairs are causing her to drink herself to death) and also the dark urges he can't control convinces Dexter he can adopt Zach as a mentor (son, intern, what have you). (Though PS -- if Zach gets jealous of Dexter's real son and tries, or succeeds, to hurt Harrison, we immediately renounce him and hope Dexter kills him slowly and painfully.)And as Dexter is finding another familial addition to his darker side, his relationship with Deb is... http://blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/08/dexter-season-8-episode-6-a-little-reflection-its-all-about-family.html
Dexter “A Little Reflection” Season 8 episode 6 airs on Sunday August 4, 2013 at 9:00 PM ET/PT on Showtime. Episode Synopsis : “A Little Reflection” – Dexter monitors a young psychopath. Dexter and Debra get back to normal. Read More... http://www.tvequals.com/2013/08/04/dexter-season-8-episode-6-a-little-reflection/
A former Dexter creeper is paying a visit to Hart of Dixie's Bluebell. According to The Hollywood Reporter, the CW medical drama has recruited actor Josh Cooke for a recurring role in Hart of Dixie's upcoming third season. Cooke, who you may recognize as Jamie Batista's Dexter-obsessed cheater of a boyfriend from seasons 6 and 7, will make his Hart of Dixie debut in the season 3 premiere this fall. He'll play Joel, a New York City native who finds himself feeling like a fish out of water when he ends up in Bluebell. Sounds like he'll have a lot of in common with Zoe! Don't miss Hart of Dixie season 3 when it premieres on October 7th on The CW, and stick with us at Celebified for more TV scoop.