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Dexter's David Zayas Heading to Gotham

  Dexter alum David Zayas has landed a recurring role on Fox's new drama Gotham , reports. Based on DC Comics characters, Gotham explores...   //

Dexter's David Zayas Joins Gotham as Mob Boss Sal Maroni

David Zayas is crossing the thin blue line in his next role. The actor, best known for playing a homicide detective on Dexter, will join Fox's freshman series Gotham in a recurring villainous role, a show representative told TheWrap . Zayas will play Salvatore Maroni, who should be familiar to comic-book fans as a notorious mobster trying to control the drug trade and corrupt unions. On Gotham, he will battle for supremacy against his rival, Falcone (John Doman).   Read More... //

'Criminal MInds' Season 10: 'Dexter's' C.S. Lee to guest star

Agent Masuka is taking on a new identity. C.S. Lee, who famously played the loveable, and sometimes creepy, agent Vince Masuka throughout  "Dexter's"  series run has been added to " Criminal Minds " Season 10 in a guest starring role, reports  TVline .  The actor will reportedly play a disturbed high school English teacher with a deadly obsession. The obsession stems out of being traumatized by his overbearing father who would lock him and his brother in a shed for hours to punish them for bad grades.  Read More... //

Showtime Boss Says Dexter's Death Was Never Discussed

David Nevins denies speculation that the network rejected the producers' idea to kill off Michael C. Hall's character.   Read More... //

Michael C. Hall Finally Sounds Off on Dexter Finale: "I Don't Think I Even Watched It"

It was the finale that pushed many fans' buttons... but what did the leading man think of the series' endgame? Michael C. Hall comes clean. Michael C. Hall finally sounds off on that controversial Dexter finale. It was the series ender that left many fans outraged, and now the show's star has come clean about his own disapproval for the show's swan song. "Liked it? I don't think I even watched it," the actor tells the Daily Beast. "I thought it was narratively satisfying, but it was not so savory." He went on to admit that the show had lost its "torque" in the later seasons, and that the writers may have run out of gas. Do you agree with Michael C. Hall's take on Dexter's endgame, or do you think it was a fitting finale? Sound off in the comments and stick with us for more TV buzz from Celebified.

Even Michael C. Hall Doesn't Like the Dexter Finale

  Michael C. Hall feels your pain. In an interview with The Daily Beast , the Dexter star admitted that the series finale left more than a little to be desired. "Liked it? I don't think I even watched it," Hall said.   Read More...     //

Jennifer Carpenter Books Post-Dexter TV Gig on New ABC Drama Pilot Sea of Fire

Jennifer Carpenter Books Post-Dexter TV Gig on New ABC Drama Pilot Sea of Fire Although some Dexter fans are still mourning the loss of Deb Morgan, Jennifer Carpenter is ready to put the role behind her, with the help of a new ABC pilot, Sea of Fire. Get the scoop.

Aimee Garcia talks the 'polarizing' 'Dexter' series finale, how Michael C. Hall 'ruined' her

Whether or not you agreed with how "Dexter" ended in the series finale, something that all fans can agree on is that the drama was one iconic show ... and star Aimee Garcia, who played Dexter's nanny and Angel's sister Jamie, knows it."It's really nice to be a part of a show that got such critical claim but also has such commercial success," Garcia told Zap2it at Elyse Walker's Ninth Annual Pink Party on Saturday (Oct. 19). "I joke about how we have more facebook fans than 'Modern Family' or 'American Idol.' I went deep sea fishing in the Cook Islands and the fisherman didn't have a TV but he knew about 'Dexter.' It has that global reach."Garcia is very outspoken over how lucky she is to have been a part of such a huge pop culture phenomenon. "At Comic-Con we had 6,500 screaming fans," Garcia says. "I feel very lucky and honored to... //

‘Dexter’ Slices His Way Onto Netflix in Time for Halloween

Dexter Morgan’s story of a serial killer with a heart of…well less evil than one would expect for a serial killer, came to an end on Showtime this year after eight seasons. That was the end of  Dexter ‘s tale, but for those who prefer to bingewatch television (and perhaps have cut their cable cord), they can relive every visit from Dexter’s dark passenger again on Netflix beginning this Halloween, Thursday, October 31st. Although Showtime has their own streaming service available to subscribers, the channel’s parent company, CBS Corporation struck a deal with streaming giant Netflix to provide Dex with a new home. Seasons one through four will be available to watch instantly on Halloween. Seasons five through eight will follow on January 1st, 2014. It’s a rare deal in an age when premium content providers like HBO and Showtime are increasingly reserving their series for their own exclusive streaming sites. Read More... //

Dexter Producer: Showtime Wouldn’t Let Us Kill Dexter

The Dexter series finale enraged many fans for many reasons; chief among them was the fact that Dexter lived — and became a logger? — despite having driven his boat into a hurricane. "How about that finale?" said Dexter producer John Goldwyn at the NYFF premiere of The Secret Life of Walter Mitty this weekend, when we asked how the writers decided on that ending. "They won't let us kill him," he told us. "Showtime was very clear about that. When we told them the arc for the last season, they just said, 'Just to be clear, he's going to live.' There were a lot of endings discussed because it was a very interesting problem to solve, to bring it to a close. People have a relationship with Dexter , even if it doesn't have the size and the ferocity of the fan base for Breaking Bad . But it has a very core loyal following." Yes, and a mostly disappointed one.   Read More....   //