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#Dexter10 - 10th Anniversary!

October 1st is here! That's right... it's the 10th anniversary of Dexter! World's favorite serial killer turns 10.

Michael C. Hall: "I Think Dexter's Dark Passenger Is Still With Him!" [Video]

Michael C. Hall talks about the past seasons and reveals that Dexter's Dark Passenger is still here.

10-Episode Anniversary Fan Marathon Coming Today on Showtime

Happy anniversary Dexter fans! Tune in today October 1st for the #Dexter10 Fan Marathon starting at 12pm EST on Showtime!

#Dexter10 - Michael C. Hall Cuts the 10th Anniversary Cake! [Video]

Jennifer Carpenter's first post-Dexter series 'Limitless' has been cancelled after one season. Ratings were pretty strong but not enough for CBS. Both Amazon and...

POLL: Dexter Series Finale: 3 Years Later - How Do You Feel About It Now?

Time flies! It's been exactly three years since the end of Dexter. It was Sunday...

Friday, April 20, 2018

Michael C. Hall Has a British Accent In Netflix's New Series 'Safe' - Watch the Trailer!


Five years after the finale of Dexter, and months after his latest TV Role as JFK in 'The Crown', Michael C. Hall is back with a starring role, and an all-new accent. This time for Netflix's 'Safe'.

The show is about a widowed surgeon Tom Delaney (Michael C. Hall) begins unearthing dark secrets about the people closest to him, after his teenage daughter goes missing.

'Safe' Season 1 arrives at Netflix on May 10th, with all 8 episodes released at once. Watch the official trailer which was released today, down below!

Monday, December 18, 2017

Michael C. Hall on Dexter Season 9: "It's a Conversation That Continues At Its Own Pace"


Michael C. Hall who's currently co-starring on Netflix's 'The Crown' sat down with Entertainment Weekly to talk about his role as the 35th President of the United States JFK, and answers the question he is sick of hearing for the last 5 years: about a reboot or ninth season for Dexter.
Check out the interview, below:

ENTERTAINMENT WEEKLY: What was your first thought when offered this role? MICHAEL C. HALL: I knew the show was very well regarded but I had yet to see it. It was somewhat daunting, obviously, to breathe life into somebody so iconic and who had life breathed into him by so many other people. But that was also exciting. And when I looked at the script I thought the presentation [of Kennedy] was pretty broad spectrum. It’s basically a sketch — I’m there momentarily here and there — but it took some risks in terms of how and what it was depicting. And I was excited in this day and age to give a speech that a lot of people in the states would crave to hear from a leader.

You get out of any interview without being asked this question: Any thoughts on a Dexter reboot? Any moment on that front? 
I don’t think it’s quite time. But it’s a conversation that continues at its own pace.

Head to EW to read the full interview.

Thursday, December 7, 2017

Michael C. Hall Talks About His Role as JFK In Season 2 of Netflix's 'The Crown' [Video]

As you may know from previous posts Michael C. Hall's latest TV gig is a big one. He is playing the 55th President of the United States, John F. Kennedy for the Nextflix hit series 'The Crown'.

The new season debuts tomorrow with all 10 episodes released at once. Check out a featurette with Michael talking about playing such an important role for TV, in the video below and also check out for the official Season 2 trailer!



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Friday, August 4, 2017

Sad News: Daniel Licht Composer of the Amazing Dexter Music Dies at 60

Daniel Licht, the man behind the stunning Dexter soundtrack, died of cancer, late Wednesday. He was only 60.

Licht scored all eight seasons of Dexter from 2006 to 2013. His great music was the heart and soul of the Showtime hit series, and was something that made the show even more special to the heart of the fans. All his soundtrack from Dexter is available in seven albums.


One of his latest achievements as a composer was from the PS4 game 'Dishonored 2' which was released in 2017.

Many of Licht’s scores were mostly in the horror genre, including two installments in the "Children of the Corn" series, two "Amityville" movies, Clive Barker’s "Hellraiser: Bloodline" and the Stephen King thriller "Thinner," all in the 1990s. But he also scored NBC’s 1998 adaptation of Aldous Huxley’s "Brave New World," Showtime’s 2000 Jimi Hendrix biopic "Hendrix," and Hallmark’s 2004 adventure miniseries "King Solomon’s Mines."

He had also branched out into the videogame arena, scoring two in the "Silent Hill" PlayStation series ("Downpour" and "Book of Memories") and the two games in the "Dishonored" series.



In 2015, Licht himself played many of the percussion instruments in a 10-minute orchestral suite of Dexter music performed live at Poland’s Krakow Film Music Festival.

Dexter executive producer Clyde Phillips spoke about Daniel Licht's passing: "Dan was an incredibly talented musician and composer, but most of all, he was a dear friend. His passing leaves all of us a bit quieter, a bit sadder, and without the gift of his music and his love."

Rest in Peace Daniel Licht, and thank you for your incredible music. Down below you can listen to his work from Dexter, via Spotify.

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