Articles for Dexter Season 4

Tonight‘s the night! It‘s the start of the new season of Dexter and consequently, we get a whole new Dexter Morgan, at least on the surface. He‘s still America‘s favorite serial killer only now he‘s more relatable than ever because he embodies what it means to be a husband and a father, and a pretty tired one for that matter. "Living the Dream," the title of the fourth season opener of Dexter, is a clever play on words because we all know that Dexter Morgan has everything he could possibly want. A house? Check! A wife? Check! Kids? Check! Work as a blood spatter analyst for Miami Metro Homicide? Check! Unfortunately, life in suburbia is still unfamiliar territory for Dexter and the only thing he really needs right now is time for himself...and time to kill. Read more »
Finally, we get some sort of answer to the question posed by several previews and trailers about Dexter‘s fourth season in which Dexter Morgan is now living life in suburbia as a husband and a father. Is he really living the dream? It certainly doesn‘t look like it, at least based on the season opener, which wastes no time giving viewers a glimpse of the rigors of parenthood while introducing the highly anticipated Trinity Killer.Read no further if you have not seen "Living the Dream." Read more »
Obviously, death is no stranger to a show like Dexter considering that our lead character is a serial killer who moonlights as a blood spatter analyst for the Miami Metro Police Department. But every now and then, we‘re confronted with the reality that someone else will die on the show, besides rapists, murderers and criminals.  And season 4 is no different.If you recall, we‘ve already witnessed the demise of Brian Moser, Dexter‘s biological older brother in season 1, Lila West, Dexter‘s sociopath Narcotics Anonymous sponsor, Sgt. James Doakes in season 2 and senior Assistant District Attorney Miguel Prado in season 3. These deaths, however, are crucial and inevitable for our Dark Passenger to continue his journey.  Read more »
The pressures of fatherhood continue to take a toll on Dexter Morgan as we head to then second episode of Dexter‘s fourth season. This time, however, our favorite serial killer has a bigger challenge to conquer when the remains of his latest victim go missing after crashing his car in last week‘s premiere. Though he‘s bound to weave a web of lies to extract himself from this dilemma, it‘s hard to imagine how Dexter will pull this one off. One thing‘s for sure, he needs to work fast before his dark secret gets exposed to the world.  Read more »
Harry Morgan must have seen it all coming when he said, "You‘ve got a family to support, and people to dismember. You‘re spinning too many plates, Dexter." And we get exactly what he means as the Dexter episode "Remains to Be Seen" picks up right where last week‘s premiere left off: Strapped and trapped in his car, Dexter Morgan wakes up as he is wheeled into an ambulance, fearing that cops will discover the body of his latest victim, Benny Gomez. Aren‘t we all? Read more »
Dexter has a few more twists in store for this season and one of the surprises involves Nip/Tuck actress Roma Maffia, who is best known for her role as Liz Cruz. Maffia has signed on to join the cast of the Showtime series in what might turn out to be a recurring capacity. Details about Maffia‘s role are being kept under wraps but Eonline.com has managed to score a few clues as to how she‘ll stir the plot.Warning: This article contains spoilers!!! Read more »
After crashing his car, getting some edge over Quinn, and losing and eventually finding the remains of his latest victim in last week‘s episode, Dexter Morgan thinks that the worse is over. But we all know that‘s not the case for our favorite serial killer, who always finds himself facing yet another difficult challenge. This week, Dexter tries to keep up his act in his bustling suburban community but this proves to be a difficult task even for someone who is a master at the art of faking. Read more »
Life in suburbia doesn‘t get any easier for Dexter Morgan in Dexter‘s third episode entitled "Blinded by the Light" as he forces himself to blend in with the neighbors and be a father to Astor who‘s gotten even brattier than usual.  It‘s the perfect camouflage though for a serial killer who‘s just waiting to set his sights on the next murderer that gets in his way. Unfortunately, suburban life is ruining his style and it doesn‘t help that all his neighbors are now vigilantly watching out for the person responsible for all the vandals.  Read more »
No offense to Julie Benz, but I never really liked her character Rita on Dexter. She was tolerable during the first season but somehow she has turned into one of the most annoying personalities on the Showtime series. I‘m sure Rita means well but I can‘t help but feel sorry for poor Dexter who‘s obviously suffocating whenever she nags and indulges in a little power trip. On the other hand, the writers must have a pretty good reason for building up her character this way and I wouldn‘t be surprised if Little Miss Homemaker turns out to be someone with a dark secret.   Read more »
Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 /* Style Definitions */ table.MsoNormalTable {mso-style-name:"Table Normal"; mso-tstyle-rowband-size:0; mso-tstyle-colband-size:0; mso-style-noshow:yes; mso-style-parent:""; mso-padding-alt:0in 5.4pt 0in 5.4pt; mso-para-margin:0in; mso-para-margin-bottom:.0001pt; mso-pagination:widow-orphan; font-size:10.0pt; font-family:"Times New Roman"; mso-ansi-language:#0400; mso-fareast-language:#0400; mso-bidi-language:#0400;}Dexter Morgan has been weary from juggling fatherhood and work but it‘s nothing that a new murder won‘t fix. Just thinking about his next victim makes him feel recharged already and it all happens in perfect time as Rita takes the kids out of town for the weekend in "Dex Takes A Holiday." Read more »
With Rita and the kids out on a trip, it‘s time for Dexter to make the most out of his time alone in "Dex Takes a Vacation. After witnessing Dexter reached his boiling point and hitting the neighborhood security lights in last week‘s episode, Rita encourages Dexter to enjoy 72 precious hours and recharge his batteries only she doesn‘t have any idea that he‘s recharging with another woman.If you missed last week‘s episode, check out the recap here. Read more »
Since the beginning of the fourth season of Dexter, Dexter Morgan has kept himself busy, minding his own business and satisfying his Dark Passenger urges. But recent events spur Dexter into his own investigation of the Trinity killer. And this time, it‘s personal.Just after admitting to himself last week that he has real feelings for his family and would rather risk them finding out the truth about him than lose them, Dexter nearly loses a loved one in the episode "Dirty Harry." Find out Deb and Lundy‘s fate tonight at 9pm on Showtime. Read more »
Aside from revealing the fate of Lundy and Deb, "Dirty Harry," the fifth episode of Dexter, offers a pretty heavy twist that serves as an eye opener to Dexter Morgan and to viewers as well. But before we discover the highlight of the night, Dexter gradually breezes through some marital and trust issues courtesy of Rita, a mind-numbing office romance no thanks to Angel and LaGuerta and a hefty number of diversions.    Read more »
Now that Dexter Morgan has found something in common with the Trinity Killer, his curiosity to uncover Trinity‘s well-kept mask is greater than ever. However, getting behind that facade will require some extra prodding on Dexter‘s part and we see it all happening in "If I Had A Hammer," the sixth episode of Dexter‘s fourth season. If you missed last week‘s episode, you can read the recap here. Read more »
The moment we‘ve all been waiting for finally happened in "If I Had a Hammer," the sixth episode of Dexter‘s fourth season: Dexter Morgan finally got up close to Trinity while we learned more about Arthur Mitchell‘s personal life. Last week, it was revealed that Trinity is a husband and father, proving that he and Dexter aren‘t so different at all. This week, however, we learned that Trinity is so much more than Dexter thought he would be because as it turns out, he‘s also a teacher, humanitarian, and deacon of his church. Read more »
If there‘s one thing we‘ve learned from last week‘s episode of Dexter it‘s that Dexter Morgan can‘t kill Trinity just yet. Dexter knows he has a lot to learn from Arthur Mitchell, who has been juggling suburban family life with serial killing and is doing a pretty good job at it for nearly three decades, so he continues playing Kyle Butler, the divorced family man who has found refuge under Arthur‘s fellowship. While this little setback may cost others their lives, it gives Dexter a fresh perspective on the rules that have kept Arthur a free man and thus, turning Trinity into some sort of mentor. Read more »
Ever since Dexter Morgan found out about Trinity‘s life as Arthur Mitchell, we‘ve been treated with somewhat leisurely sub-plots as a substitute for Trinity‘s deferred- death-at-the-hands-of-Dexter. And it seems that Showtime‘s Dexter is just taking its sweet time trying to give viewers a chance to get to know Trinity a little bit more while Dexter picks up a thing or two from his newfound mentor. "Slack Tide" the seventh episode of Dexter‘s fourth season, is just about that. By the end of the episode, however, our favorite serial killer is left with even more hurdles than he can seemingly handle. Read more »
This morning the People‘s Choice Award nominations were revealed, andas always, it‘s populism at its best.  On the TV side, the nomineesoften look like the top of the Nielsen ratings list, with a few notableand surprising exceptions.  Shows like True Blood and Gossip Girl crept into the Favorite TV Actress categories while Favorite Sci-Fi/Fantasy TV Show features Lost, True Blood, The Vampire Diaries and Supernatural.However, those are the very cool exceptions.  For the most part, the list is full of CSI, NCIS, Grey‘s Anatomy, Two and a Half Men and other top-rated shows.  Here are the major television nominees for this year‘s People‘s Choice Awards. To vote for the People‘s Choice Awards, CLICK HERE. Read more »
After killing an innocent man, Dexter Morgan wonders if the Code of Harry has been designed to protect him not just from exposure but something far more dangerous--- human emotion. It seems that Dexter is becoming more and more susceptible to risks and it‘s no wonder he‘s seeking refuge in a fellow monster.   Read more »
Serial killers aren‘t supposed to care whether their victims are innocent or not but Dexter Morgan‘s recent mistake has turned him into one uneasy and uncomfortable monster. But it‘s not just because he defied the Code of Harry. Guilt is gradually eating him up now that he‘s killed an innocent man, making him more susceptible to risks and human emotion. On the other hand, Dexter isn‘t the type who laments and dwells on his blunders. In fact, he determined to quickly get past this unpleasant phase of his life and tries to move on by killing Trinity, the man who should have been on his killing table.  Read more »
The characters on Dexter have never been much for family holidays or Thanksgiving for that matter. But we learn what the timely occasion signifies in "Hungry Man," the ninth episode of Dexter‘s fourth season. For Dexter Morgan, Thanksgiving is an opportunity to get closer to Trinity--- his most dangerous adversary yet. For LaGuerta and Angel, on the other hand, the holiday is all about spending time together at work "unfortunately." Read more »
What kind of father keeps a coffin in his garage? He‘s the kind of father who also beats up his son, locks up his daughter and basically puts a leash on his entire family. And that‘s exactly the kind of person Trinity is. In "Hungry Man," the ninth episode of Dexter‘s fourth season, we learn that underneath Trinity‘s picture perfect family is an unbearable nightmare waiting to explode. This gives Dexter Morgan more than enough reason to kill Trinity because not only will he be avenging Lundy and his sister Deb, in the long run he‘s also saving Trinity‘s family from the monster that is Arthur Mitchell.  Read more »
James Remar, who is perhaps best known as Richard, the on-off tycoon boyfriend of Kim Cattrall‘s character in Sex and the City, as well as serial killer Dexter Morgan‘s father Harry on Showtime‘s Dexter, has joined the cast of The Vampire Diaries to spice up the drama in the key role of Giuseppe Salvatore, Stefan and Damon‘s father.Remar is expected to start filming his scenes early next month.  Read more »
Normal 0 false false false MicrosoftInternetExplorer4 Just as Dexter Morgan finally believes he understands the monster that is Trinity, he is forced to question everything he‘s learned up to this point when a 10-year-old boy goes missing in "Lost Boys," the 10th episode of Dexter‘s fourth season. We‘ve learned a lot of creepy stuff about Trinity so far, including his disturbing killing pattern, but that‘s all about to change tonight as we learn that Trinity‘s kill pattern actually contains four victims. Hopefully, that should top last Sunday‘s reveal that Christine is Trinity‘s daughter.  Read more »
Ever since Dexter kicked off its fourth season, Lundy, Deb, Dexter, as well as the viewers, have been led to believe that Trinity follows a certain murder pattern of three: A young woman in a bathtub bleeding to death, followed by a mother of two falling to death, and a man bludgeoned to death. But it looks like Lundy overlooked some details about Trinity‘s case as Dexter makes a startling revelation about Trinity‘s real killing cycle.I‘ve decided to refer to Trinity as "Arthur Mitchell" since that‘s his real name and "Trinity" doesn‘t seem appropriate anymore considering our most recent discovery. It turns out Arthur has been killing in groups of four and the cycle always starts with the abduction of a 10-year-old boy who represents young Arthur.  Read more »
BuddyTV would like to introduce Fan Contributor, Alison Stern-Dunyak, a big Dexter fan. Read her first recap of Lost Boys below. If you‘re interested in writing about your favorite TV show, click here for details.Following the shocking discovery at the end of last week‘s Dexter--Christine is Arthur‘s daughter!--this week‘s "Lost Boys" featured quieter, but just as satisfying, plot and character reveals. Among other things, we may have seen the true birth of Dexter Morgan, family man.After seeing Dexter and Rita with baby Harrison at the doctor‘s office getting booster shots, we learn that Dex has moved his trophies and gear out of the family shed to an old shipping container, like the one where he witnessed his mother‘s murder. He decides it‘s time to take care of Arthur once and for all and follows Arthur‘s van to a parking garage. Arthur trails a nanny with two children into an arcade, and Dexter follows close behind. Dexter is concerned that Arthur wants to kidnap another young woman to start the cycle of three killings again. But it turns out Arthur wants the young boy. By posing as "Officer Carney," Arthur persuades the little boy, Scott, to come with him. Dexter follows him, calling out to stop, but Arthur drives away with the boy in his van. Read more »
Welcome Liz, a big fan of Dexter and BuddyTV Fan Contributor. If you‘re interested in becoming a Fan Contributor click here. In episode ten of Dexter, "Lost Boys," we begin to see a new side of Trinity. Raked with guilt for not killing Trinity when he had the chance, Dexter tails Trinity to an arcade. Dexter is not the only one on the hunt, as Trinity seems to be eyeing a young babysitter with two children, Scott and Abby. Dexter believes Trinity is starting the cycle all over again, and while he is looking for the babysitter, Trinity has his sights on Scott, a ten-year-old boy. Posing as a police officer, Trinity tells Scott his parents are in a car accident. Scott, strangely apt for a ten-year-old, is a bit skeptical, but Trinity insists that everything is fine, citing Scott‘s family member‘s names that he saw on a bumper sticker on the boy‘s car.As Trinity leads a still skeptical Scott to his car, Dexter sees him, makes his presence known and attempts to chase down the car. Trinity is too fast and tears out of the parking garage and Dexter loses him. Trinity realizes what Dexter, or "Kyle" as Trinity calls him, is up to and makes a phonecall asking Dexter to leave him alone, stating that whatever Dexter/Kyle saw, he will "preserve the boy‘s innocence."  Read more »
BuddyTV would like to introduce Fan Columnist, AlisonStern-Dunyak, a big Dexter fan. Find out why having Dexter as your neighbor might not be so bad. If you‘re interested in writing about your favorite TV show, click here for details.Main characters on TV shows used to be reliably good guys, from Detective Joe Friday on Dragnet onward. But the last decade has seen the anti-hero take center stage. And let‘s face it--they make watching much more fun.Some point the finger for the original "guy we should love to hate but instead we just love" at Tony Soprano, so let‘s start there. For several memorable years Tony killed, cheated, stole, extorted, and terrorized. But we didn‘t really want to see Tony get whacked did we? Not me--he was too much fun to watch.  Read more »
Welcome Liz, a big fan of Dexter and BuddyTV Fan Contributor. If you‘re interested in becoming a Fan Contributor click here. Christine Hill, Det. Joey Quinn‘s girlfriend, a reporter and most recently revealed: Arthur Mitchell‘s (Trinity‘s) daughter, seems to be in over her head these days. In "Lost Boys," Hill reveals to her father that she saw him kill a woman in a bathtub when she was five. Due to her dutiful reporting skills, she discovered that there has been a bathtub murder in every state from where Mitchell has sent her a postcard for the past thirty years. Due to her not-so-dutiful reporting skills, she has yet to connect the dots between the bludgeonings and women falling to her death, but we‘ll cut her some slack for the time being.Seeing as how she wants to prove to her father that she is the child that loves Daddy the most, she takes it upon herself to kill FBI Agent Frank Lundy, because well, he was getting in the way. Mitchell seems to be pleased and willing to protect Hill, who is now paranoid of the police eventually catching on (incidentally, they have). But, as soon as Hill tears out of the parking lot, confident that her father will protect her, Mitchell gets into the car and has a fit of rage, punching his steering wheel--yet again the Trinity killer reveals himself for just how unstable he really is. Read more »
What kind of person witnesses child abduction but doesn‘t call the police? Arthur Mitchell can‘t seem to grasp why Dexter Morgan didn‘t simply turn him in after the botched kidnap killing last week but we all know that Arthur‘s arrest would only deprive Dexter of a satisfying kill. Unfortunately for Dexter, this quandary leads Arthur to start his own investigation into his alter ego, Kyle Butler, in tonight‘s episode called "Hello, Dexter Morgan." Read more »
This is it, Dexter fans. It‘s the moment we‘ve all been waiting for. In next week‘s season 4 finale, Deb finally gets the dirt on another one of Harry‘s CIs and stumbles on the scary truth about Laura Moser, also known as Dexter‘s biological mother--- which could all lead to her discovery of Dexter‘s real identity.  If you don‘t want to be even remotely spoiled, go no further. Read more »
Now that the cat and mouse chase is shaping up nicely on Dexter, it‘s safe to assume that next week‘s finale will leave us at the edge of our seats.  Will Deb finally learn the truth about Dexter‘s mom? What will happen to Arthur and Dexter? Your guess is as good as mine. However, Jennifer Carpenter, also known as Deb Morgan on the Showtime series, hints that the fourth season of Dexter is nothing like what you‘ve imagined so far. Read more »
Nowadays, it‘s rare to find a show that makes villains, particularly serial killers, look good in the public eye. But Showtime‘s Dexter manages to do just that, effectively turning blood spatter analyst Dexter Morgan into America‘s favorite serial killer by giving his gruesome passion for thrill killing a constructive direction: killing people who deserve it. Unfortunately for some fans, they are so engrossed on Dexter that they can‘t distinguish the thick line between TV fiction and reality.  Read more »
AlisonStern-Dunyak, BuddyTV Fan Columnist,  recaps one of the final episodes of the season. If you‘re interested in writing aboutyour favorite TV show, click here for details.Throughout this outstanding season of Dexter, the notion of identity has become increasingly central to the action, no more so than in this episode, "Hello, Dexter Morgan."As the show opens, Dexter watches Battista interrogate Christine Hill--daughter of Arthur Mitchell and killer of Frank Lundy--and mulls over the nature of identity. Everyone has a public life, a private life, and a secret life, he thinks. But what is Christine‘s secret? Read more »
The final episode of Dexter season 4 is set to air this upcoming Sunday at 9 PM on Showtime. The episode is titled "The Getaway," and looks poised to bring to a head the escalating conflict between our protagonist serial killer and his current nemesis, the Trinity Killer, played by guest John Lithgow.Ratings have been way up for the season, and anticipation is mounting for fans in these final days as they speculate on the impending outcome of what will surely be an explosive showdown between two murderous foes.Further proof that next week‘s episode will blow the minds of Dexter fans: the network and show heads are being even more cautious than usual to protect any spoilers or footage of the finale from leaking before airtime. Read more »
We‘ve already seen one clip from Sunday‘s season 4 finale of Dexter.Now check out two more clips from what Showtime and the Dexter bosses are calling the show‘s best episode yet. Anyone who‘s been watching the season, which guest-stars John Lithgow as the incredibly creepy Trinity Killer, knows that the bar has been set extremely high for the finale, the tension is near breaking-point, and the anticipation is approaching unbearable. Judging from these clips and the finale promo, the claim that Sunday‘s "The Getaway" is the best Dexter episode yet seems more and more like the honest truth.Spoilers ahead. Read more »
AlisonStern-Dunyak, BuddyTV Fan Columnist, talks about family. This time, mothers . If you‘re interested in writing aboutyour favorite TV show, click here for details.A lot has been said about how daddy issues dominated Dexter this year. But let‘s talk about the flipside--the (lack of) mommy issues. Is Dexter, nominally a black comedy/thriller about a serial killer, secretly about the virtues of the traditional family? Think about it--for want of a few loving mothers, many of the show‘s characters suffer or make others suffer.Father-child issues aren‘t new to the Morgan family. Heck, Dexter‘s dad is dead, but still wants to be his dad. Fortunately for Ghost Harry, Dex usually welcomes his father‘s advice. Sister Deborah Morgan tried so hard to please Harry that she joined the police force, a job that‘s nearly gotten her killed several times. She fell in love with a man (Frank Lundy) old enough to be her father (not very subtle). Dex‘s long-lost brother Bryan--AKA the Ice Truck Killer--never forgave Harry for saving Dexter but not him. Bryan almost killed both Deb and Dex over his "issues." Read more »
If you‘ve already seen the horrific season 4 conclusion of Dexter, then you‘re probably wondering why the show took such a tragic turn with one of its major characters. The shocking twist, according to executive producer Clyde Phillips, was made quite late in the season as the writers didn‘t really know how to wrap up the show with a bang. Spoiler Warning: Do not read this article if you haven‘t seen the finale.  Read more »
This season, we saw Dexter Morgan make several mistakes, including killing an innocent man. We also witnessed the death of Lundy, got a glimpse of Trinity‘s real life as Arthur Mitchell, and saw how Arthur‘s daughter Christine ended her life. It really has been a wonderful fourth season so far but it looks like Dexter is without a doubt saving the best for last.Read More about the Dexter Season Finale:Video Preview>>Finale Spoilers>>Which Dexter Character Are You?>> Read more »
AlisonStern-Dunyak, BuddyTV Fan Columnist, recaps the season 4 finale of Dexter. If you‘re interested in writing aboutyour favorite TV show, click here for details.Rather than "The Getaway," a better name for this week‘s episode of Dexter might be: The Game Changer. After this, everything is different. Mind-blowingly, heart-breakingly different. Warning! Spoilers if you haven‘t watched the finale yet.We picked up where we left off, with "Trinity Killer," Arthur Mitchell, confronting Dexter at the station. Surprisingly, rather than cause a commotion, Arthur simply tells Dexter to disappear from his life--"like a ghost." Dexter ignores Arthur‘s request and follows him, driving like a madman and knocking off the mirror of another car. He catches Arthur in a bank parking garage and sedates him. Dexter finds wads of cash in an envelope Arthur carried and assumes he intended to use it to flee the country.  Read more »
Dexter‘s fourth season was easily its best yet, a taut and suspensefulride ending in one of the most shocking moments on television.  Whileit‘s easy to reflect on how superb the Trinity Killer storyline was,there are many serious questions left for the writers to address.While Dexter Morgan may think the worst is behind him, his rush to killthe Trinity Killer left more loose ends and open plot holes than everbefore, and at this point it seems almost impossible for him to escapeunscathed.  Read more »
Dexter really was saving the best for last. The gripping fourth season concluded with a horrific episode that didn‘t just leave fans in shock, but pushed the entire series into a whole new direction for next season. If you haven‘t seen the season 4 finale, stop reading this article now.Final warning: Spoilers ahead!!! Read more »
Coming on the heels of the most shocking season finale from Dexter comes yet another unexpected news: Clyde Phillips is leaving the acclaimed Showtime series he spearheaded since 2006! According to The Hollywood Reporter, the man behind Dexter is leaving to spend more time with his family in Connecticut.  Read more »
The Golden Globe nominations were revealed this morning, and on the TVside, returning dramas ruled while new comedies pushed old favoritesaside.  Glee claims to top spot with four nominations, for BestComedy Series as well as individual nominations for stars MatthewMorrison, Lea Michele and Jane Lynch.  Read more »
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Just two days after the Golden Globe nominations, the Screen ActorsGuild nominations were this morning, and the TV results are a mixedbag.  The awards are a bit less experimental than the Globes,nominating old favorites like Julia Louis-Dreyfus and Charlie Sheen,but they also have a little bit of new mixed in as well.  Glee and Modern Family both earned noms for their ensembles while The Good Wife picked up nominations for both Julianna Margulies and the ensemble.  Read more »
A lot of loopholes and questions were left unanswered when Dexter concluded its fourth season, and as we head into the fifth season, it‘s obvious that the new direction of the show will only get darker and complicated now that Dexter Morgan is forced to deal with a tragic loss and a haunting image that will change his life forever--- all courtesy of Trinity. Though the Dexter writers will likely not begin to brainstorm for the new season until February of next year, executive producer Sara Colleton tells TVGuide.com what might possibly happen, or at least be discussed in the writers‘ room, for Dexter season 5.Read on for those and other Dexter Season 5 spoilers and theories as we get a hold of them! Warning: Possible spoilers ahead! Read more »
The dark crime drama whose characters are based on the novels of Jeff Lindsay returned for its fourth season on September 27, and will wrap up with a finale episode deemed by executive producer as their "most exciting yet." Whether you want to catch up or just relive the excitement of season 4, we‘ve got you covered with recaps of every episode, plus all our coverage of Season 4‘s explosive finale. Up against his most dangerous foe yet, the Trinity Killer (John Lithgow), Dexter must navigate his many lives as serial killer,  blood spatter analyst, father, husband, and brother, yet still come out of the finale alive, with his secret intact. But at what cost? No immediate spoilers are below, for anyone who has yet to watch the Season 4 finale, but be wary of any links leading you to finale articles, as the twist at the end of this season is just too huge to not be discussed! But what are we saying? If you haven‘t seen the finale, hurry up and go finish Dexter Season 4, right now! Read more »
Dexter is about to wrap up the fourth season with an explosive ending that will send various characters into unexpected directions. Based on the promos for the season ender, it looks as if it‘s going to be the most action-packed and suspense-filled chapter in the life of America‘s favorite serial killer. So before season 4 comes to a close, here‘s everything you need to know to gear up for the big finale.Warning: Dexter spoilers ahead!!! Read more »
AlisonStern-Dunyak, BuddyTV Fan Columnist, has some great gift-giving ideas of Miami-Metro. If you‘re interested in writing aboutyour favorite TV show, click here for details.It‘s that time of year, and we‘re wishing a very happy holiday season to Dexter Morgan and his pals. This year, some of them were naughty, some of them were nice, but we want to make sure all of them get something special in their stockings.For Vince Masuka, America‘s most vulgar yet loyal forensics guy. This year, Vince continued to (unsuccessfully) come on to Deb and any other woman in his field of vision. Yet his painful need to be Dexter‘s friend makes him oddly (and we do mean "oddly") sympathetic. For Vince, we have a copy of "How to Win Friends and Influence People," plus a real-live girl.  Read more »
Well, Chrismukkah has come and gone--we hope everyone got what they wished for (or what they deserve). So now it‘s time for our little (and getting littler by the moment) Dexter family to look toward 2010. That means working on their New Year‘s Resolutions, those self-help thoughts that give us hope for the coming 12 months. A peek into the diaries, Blackberries, and log books of the Miami-Metro crew reveals all.Vince Masuka: I don‘t have any New Year‘s Resolutions. I‘m cool the way I am. Just ask anyone. Especially Deb. Read more »
New Year‘s Eve is a time for celebration, reflection, and of course, new (or renewed) determination to make this coming year even better than the one before. In other words, it‘s almost RESOLUTION time!We here at BuddyTV are always striving to bring you even closer to the TV characters you know and love so well, so we personally spoke* with 20 of your favorites and found out: what do they resolve to do differently in 2010?We also made some resolutions of our own, and hope you‘ll share yours with us. Have a safe, healthy, happy, and TV-filled new year, from your buddies at BuddyTV. Read more »
Julie Benz‘ character Rita may have died one of the most gruesome deaths in recent television memory, but count on a Dexter character to jump out of a rut and into something possibly even more gruesome - Wisteria Lane. Do I hear yikes?Benz, 37, who abruptly departed the Showtime series on its fourth season closer, was cast in a recurring role on Desperate Housewives. She‘ll play Debbie, a stripper with a heart of gold and a Masters degree in education, whom Susan (Teri Hatcher) offers a chance to transition into a more legitimate and maybe less sparsely dressed career. Deb, of course, jumps at the opportunity.Don‘t forget to catch: BuddyTV‘s Best of 2009 Read more »
Here at BuddyTV, we really like ships. We get invested in the relationships or potential relationships of our favorite characters and we definitely get a bit obsessed. We‘ve already told you our rankings for the Best Ships of 2009, but we want you to be able to convince us otherwise. We decided to put together a video contest for the best (relation)ship of 2009. Simply watch the video below for the rules and then submit your entry.UPDATE: Due to the large number of entries winners will be announced Friday January 15! Thank you to everyone who submitted. Read more »
Michael C. Hall, best known for his starring roles on cable hits Six Feet Under and Dexter, is in treatment for cancer, and the disease is currently in remission."I feel fortunate to have been diagnosed with an imminently treatable and curable condition, and I thank my doctors and nurses for their expertise and care," says the actor, 38, in a statement released today.Hall has been diagnosed with Hodgkin‘s lymphoma, a cancer that affects the body‘s immune system. The disease is considered highly treatable with the potential for full recovery. Read more »
It was a victorious night for Dexter star Michael C. Hall who not only won his first Golden Globe award but also revealed that he‘s now doing much better. Just last week, the 38-year-old actor revealed that he‘s been undergoing treatment for Hodgkin‘s lymphoma, a type of cancer originating from white blood cells, and that the disease is currently in remission.Check out other Golden Globe winners here.  Read more »
The results are in! The 67th annual Golden Globes, the first Hollywood award ceremony of the year, kicked off tonight at 8pm EST on NBC with several fashion hits and misses, teary acceptance speeches and some witty punch lines served by British comedian host Ricky Gervais. Read more »
Good news, Dexter fans! Michael C. Hall is "fully recovered" from Hodgkin‘s lymphoma and is now cancer-free. His wife and Dexter co-star Jennifer Carpenter confirmed the news, The Associated Press reports.  Read more »
EW‘s scoop-guru Michael Ausiello reports that actress Julia Stiles is in talks with Dexter execs to join the murderous Showtime hit when it returns this fall.According to Ausiello, Stiles is "in advanced talks to play a major, top secret role in the show‘s upcoming fifth season."What kind of role? That‘s part of the "top secret," of course, but new show-runner Chip Johannessen told Ausiello that Stiles won‘t be tasked with following in John Lithgow‘s big, bad season 4 footsteps:"We‘re not going to have a single Big Bad this season," revealed Johannessen. "We don‘t want to try and top John Lithgow, so we‘re going to change up the forces that Dexter‘s going to be dealing with."More Dexter casting news follows for those who are fully up-to-date with the series‘ major plot developments at the end of season 4:  Read more »
Freshman comedies Modern Family and Glee, as well as critically-acclaimed drama Breaking Bad, lead the nominees for this year‘s Television Critics Association Awards.Modern Family got five nominations, with Glee and Breaking Bad following closely with four each. Also getting nods are critical darlings Party Down and Friday Night Lights, and surprise appearances from newcomers The Good Wife and Sons of Anarchy. Recently-concluded series Lost and 24 also scored nominations for the Heritage Award.  Read more »

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