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Saturday, April 30, 2011

Michael C. Hall: "Dexter Season 6 Begins Filming in Late May"

Another video interview with Michael C. Hall from 2011 Newport Beach Film Festival. He revealed that season 6 of Dexter begins filming in late May.

Dexter Season 6 Scoop - 3 New Characters

OK Dexperts, the filming of the new season begins very soon and we have the first news about new characters in Dexter Season 6! Read about the three new main characters after the jump...

VIDEO: Michael C Hall on playing Dexter vs. Another Character


Elliot V. Kotek interviews Michael C. Hall and Peter Fonda, stars of the dramedy “East Fifth Bliss,” at the film’s red-carpet premiere at the 2011 Newport Beach Film Festival.

Friday, April 29, 2011

More Photos: Michael C. Hall at the 2011 Newport Beach Film Festival

See more photos of Michael C. Hall at the Newport Beach Film Festival and the premiere of East Fifth Bliss, after the jump...

PHOTOS: Michael C. Hall at the Newport Beach Film Festival

Dexter star Michael C. Hall arrives for the premiere of "East Fifth Bliss" during opening night of the Newport Beach Film Festival at Edwards Big Newport Cinemas in Fashion Island on Thursday. More photos after the jump...

Thursday, April 28, 2011

Michael C. Hall Talks about East Fifth Bliss

Via LATimes: Michael C. Hall was happy to trade in his titular role as a serial killer on "Dexter" for a schlubby underachiever in the new independent film "East Fifth Bliss." The film gets its world premiere tonight at the opening of the Newport Beach Film Festival.

"It was nice to play a character who is completely not spectacular," says the actor. "He is not uniquely capable or afflicted. It was a nice change of pace."

Allowing actors to stretch is at least partly what film festivals are about, and "East Fifth Bliss" is just one of many U.S. independent features being screened for the first time at Newport. Others include a zombie road comedy, "DeadHeads"; "Waking Madison," with Elisabeth Shue playing a suicidal sex phone operator; a comedic superensemble including Horatio Sanz and Ed Helms in "High Road"; and "Balls to the Wall," a new film by "Wayne's World" director Penelope Spheeris about a struggling cartoonist who finds more success as a male stripper.

"We really like to find some of the best films that haven't been screened yet or picked up by a major studio," says Gregg Schwenk, executive director and chief executive of the festival. "For a film like 'East Fifth Bliss,' exposure like this really can jump-start its opportunities for distribution."

In "Bliss," Hall plays 35-year-old Morris Bliss, who is stuck in a bad state of New York ennui. He has no job and no prospects and lives with his laconic widowed father, played by Peter Fonda. A surprising relationship with a precocious daughter of a former high school classmate shakes up his otherwise static life. Full article here.

Wednesday, April 27, 2011

POLL: Do you want Lumen to return in Season 6?

Five months left until the season 6 premiere, and 2 weeks until the filming of the first episode of the 6th season. Soon we'll know if Lumen returns in Season 6 or not. Do you want her to return on Dexter? Vote below!

VIDEO: "Who's the skank?" - Debra

A great Dexter scene from Season 2 Episode 7, "That Night, a Forest Grew".

Tuesday, April 26, 2011

Newport Beach Film Festival 2011 Opens with Michael C. Hall Movie

The TCM Film Festival in Hollywood isn't the only game in Southern California this weekend. The Newport Beach Film Festival, which opens Thursday evening and continues through May 5, boasts 350 full-length and short films from 40 countries, as well as numerous parties.

The movies will screen at several theaters including the Regency Lido, Starlight Triangle Square, Big Newport Theater and even Sage Hill High School.

The festivities open with the world premiere of the comedy "East Fifth Bliss", starring Michael C. Hall of "Dexter" fame, as well as Peter Fonda and Lucy Liu. Hall plays a thirtysomething who has an affair with the daughter of a former high school chum. Other narrative highlights include the West Coast premiere of "Lucky," with Colin Hanks (son of Tom); the Slamdance Award winner "Silver Tongues"; the world premiere of the crime drama "Good Day for It," starring Hal Holbrook and Robert Patrick; and "Balls to the Wall," another world premiere starring Jenna Dewan, Christopher McDonald and Antonio Sabato Jr.

Dexter Season 5 to Premiere in May 5 on Fox Crime Spain

Dexter Season 5 is about to premiere on Thursday, May 5 on the Spanish Channel Fox Crime.

Sunday, April 24, 2011

POLL: Which was your Favorite Seventh Episode of a Season?

Sunday Poll: Which is your favorite 7th episode of a season? Vote below!

Season 1 Episode 7: Neil Perry, the supposed Ice Truck Killer, doesn't live up to his expectations. Meanwhile, Dexter has to deal with his past when a teenager he caught and released murders again. As a result, Dexter sets out to correct this mistake in one of the only ways he knows how. Rita's family life is torn asunder as her paroled ex-husband, Paul, reasserts himself as the father of her children. Paul even confronts Dexter, letting him know that he doesn't like Dexter being around his wife and kids. Rita wishes that Paul would go away forever, something that is definitely possible when your boyfriend happens to be Dexter.

Season 2 Episode 7: A written manifesto from the "Bay Harbor Butcher" sends the Special Task Force in charge of capturing the killer into chaos. All part of Dexter's plan as he tries to be more "pro-active" in keeping Agent Lundy off his tail. But things start to spiral downward for Dexter as Lila's influence begins to take its toll on Dexter's personal life.

Season 3 Episode 7: Miguel offers Dexter a new potential victim, but after properly vetting her, Dexter isn't sure she fits the Code. When he informs Miguel of this, he reacts with anger, making Dexter believe the new friendship is in danger. An old sickly friend of Dexter's, Camilla, reinforces this idea, when she asks Dexter to help end her life, insisting she would never ask a friend to do something against his conscience. Meanwhile, Rita finds out that Sylvia is beginning to suspect her husband, Miguel, is having an affair. Debra ends up revealing to Anton that he is being used as bait to lure the Skinner, forcing her to find new way to find the Skinner. As a result, Anton realizes Debra cares for him more than he thought.

Season 4 Episode 7: Dexter finally managed to strike a balance between work, family... and other pursuits. But he's keenly aware that times like these aren't meant to last. When Miami Metro discovers a string of murders connected to a prominent photographer, Dexter sees an opportunity for a clean kill. However, his plans seem to be thwarted every step of the way. Even Harry disapproves of Dexter's choice of pastime, urging him instead to focus his efforts on the Trinity Killer. Meanwhile, Debra returns to work, frustrated to find everyone treating her with kid gloves. She decides to concentrate on her pursuit of the Trinity Killer as well as delving into her father's checkered past — investigations which Dexter fears might lead her to danger — or worse, the truth.

Season 5 Episode 7: While helping Lumen, Dexter finds himself on a collision course with Debra and the rest of Homicide when he is called to investigate a horrifying crime scene. Meanwhile, the Santa Muerte case leads to a violent standoff between Debra and the Santa Muerte killers.

Dexter Season 5 DVD - Blu-ray Release Date

The release date of the DVD and Blu-ray of the fifth season of Dexter is Tuesday, August 16 2011. You can also pre-order the DVD's of season 5 on most multimedia websites. Showtime plans to announce the release date soon.

Saturday, April 23, 2011

Former 'Dexter' Showrunner Chip Johannessen Joins Showtime's 'Homeland'

Via THR: Chip reunites with "24's" Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa on the CIA drama with Claire Danes. Johannessen has sealed a deal to join Showtime’s Homeland as a writer-producer.
Johannessen, who was the showrunner on the net’s top-rated Dexter last season, will join Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa’s CIA thriller, according to sources.

Showtime has ordered 12 episodes of Homeland, which stars Damian Lewis, Claire Danes and Mandy Patinkin.

Loosely based on the Israeli television series Prisoners of War, Danes plays a CIA agent investigating the circumstances involving the rescue of a U.S. soldier (Lewis) missing in Iraq and presumed dead. Patinkin co-stars as a veteran CIA Division Chief and her superior officer. The two begin to suspect the soldiers’ reappearance is part of an Al Qaeda plot and that he may be colluding to perpetrate an attack on U.S. soil.

In an earlier interview with The Hollywood Reporter, Showtime entertainment president David Nevins described Homeland as “a psychological thriller with a real ticking clock and real edge-of-your seat elements.”

Gordon, Gansa and Johannessen worked together on Fox’s 24; Johannessen joined the show in 2009 as a producer, rising to co-executive producer in 2010.

Friday, April 22, 2011

Michael C. Hall talks about East Fifth Bliss, his health & Dexter

Via OCWeekly: Michael C. Hall's growth and range as an actor can be tracked by three much-lauded roles: as the flamboyant emcee in director Sam Mendes' Broadway revival of Cabaret in 1999; as repressed gay mortician David Fisher on all five seasons of HBO's Six Feet Under (Mendes famously recommended Hall to series creator Alan Ball); and, of course, as the title character in Showtime's Dexter, which is about a serial killer with a heart—literally!

It's a busy time for the 40-year-old. Peep World, a comedy he co-starred in with Sarah Silverman and Rainn Wilson, opened last month. Hall heads the cast of the dramedy East Fifth Bliss, which opens the Newport Beach Film Festival on April 28. And in late May, he returns to the Dexter sets for a sixth season, which will air in late September. Producers, of whom Hall is one, have said there will be a seventh season.

On top of everything else, there was Hall's bout with Hodgkin's lymphoma early last year, something Jennifer Carpenter, his real-life wife and Dexter-life sister, announced in April 2010 was in remission. She filed for divorce in December. No wonder he sounded tired during a morning phone call from his home in Los Angeles. Or maybe it was too early to slip out of his slow North Carolina drawl.

OC Weekly: Can you describe East Fifth Bliss?
Michael C. Hall: It's a . . . I think the tagline for the movie explains it best. They call it a coming-of-age story for someone who should have come of age a long time ago. Morris Bliss, the character I play, has been spinning his wheels for some time. He's still living in the apartment he grew up in with his father. You learn pretty early on that Morris' mother died while he was a teenager. He never really moved past that; part of him is frozen inside. Then certain things conspire, and he is propositioned by a very young girl. Simultaneously things become crazy that force him to start moving forward. Read more after the jump...

Thursday, April 21, 2011

"Double Dexter" by Jeff Lindsay Coming in October 18

The 6th book in the killer New York Times best-selling series, and inspiration for Showtime's #1-rated show, Dexter,  returns with a completely new, disarmingly dark double take of a novel.

Jeff Lindsay: "For those of you Dexperts who love the series — help pick the cover art! Vote here for your favorite cover for the upcoming book, Double Dexter, and sign up for a chance to receive an author-signed copy of the book hot off the presses."

Julia Stiles to Star in Film Adaptation of 'Between Us'

Melissa George and David Harbour also tapped for the movie, being directed by Slamdance co-founder Dan Mirvish.

Julia Stiles, Taye Diggs, Melissa George and David Harbour will star in Between Us, an adaptation of the off-Broadway play being directed by Slamdance Film Festival co-founder Dan Mirvish.

Joe Hortua wrote the play and is co-writing the script with Mirvish. Between Us is described as dark ensemble comedy exploring the bittersweet friendship between two couples who meet as old friends and discover their lives are tarnished by money, sex, success and children.

Production is scheduled for May in Los Angeles. ICM packaged the film and reps the actors. George (In Treatment) is additionally repped by 3 Arts Entertainment while Diggs (Private Practice) by A Management Company

Stiles (Dexter) is additionally repped by Untitled Entertainment while Harbour (The Green Hornet) by Principal Entertainment.

Producing the movie are Hans Ritter, Barry Hennessey and Dana Altman as well as Mirvish and Hortua.

Source: THR

Wednesday, April 20, 2011

Latest from Ausiello - Scott Buck and Season 6

Tell as something about Dexter Season 6. Is there any news? - Johndextergr
Ausiello: The show isn’t going to self-destruct under new boss Scott Buck, who took the showrunning reins from Chip Johannessen. “Scott had been with [Dexter] since the very first season as a writer, so I wouldn’t consider it a change in direction,” maintains Showtime president David Nevins of the behind-the-scenes shakeup. “Chip came in for one season — I love Chip, and he may well be working with us again soon — but Scott, and actually the staff around Scott, has been [around since] Season 1. There’s a lot of continuity to the old days of that show.”

Tuesday, April 19, 2011

Michael C. Hall's "East Fifth Bliss" to Premiere on April 28

Via: mchdaily. East Fifth Bliss for snagged opening-night screening at the 2011 Newport Beach Film Festival. Michael C. Hall’s latest movie “East Fifth Bliss” will have its world premiere on April 28 at 7:30 p.m. at Edwards Big Newport Cinemas.

Michael C. Hall, Peter Fonda and writer-director Michael Knowles, along with other cast members, will be at the red-carpet arrival and post-film Q&A. Click here to buy tickets.

Monday, April 18, 2011

PHOTOS: Desmond Harrington at the "Taste for a Cure 2011"

Desmond Harrington (and Michael C. Hall) at the UCLA Jonsson Cancer Center Foundation's 2011 Taste for a Cure event at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on April 15, 2011 in Beverly Hills, California. More photos after the jump...

PHOTOS: Julia Stiles at Silver Rose Awards Gala

Julia Stiles at Silver Rose Awards Gala with Grey Goose in LA. Soon we will know if she returns for the sixth season of Dexter. Click the link below for more photos...

Sunday, April 17, 2011

POLL: Which was your Favorite Sixth Episode of a Season?

Sunday Poll: Which is your favorite 6th episode of a season? Vote below!

Season 1 Episode 6: Dexter is called to the scene of the crime at the Castillo junkyard. The Ice Truck Killer has returned Valerie Castillo's body putting Dexter in danger of being caught. A boy is found who witnessed the crime.

Season 2 Episode 6: Dexter is none too pleased to discover a copy-cat killer has started his own attempt at vigilante serial murder in Miami. He is even less pleased to learn the new killer claims to be inspired by the "Bay Harbor Butcher." As Dexter sets out to stop the imposter, he finds himself drawn into the arms of Lila. When Rita discovers the truth, it could be the end of their relationship.

Season 3 Episode 6: Miguel is put to the test by Dexter. Rita is forced to reconsider her choices. Debra begins to feel like she had some part to play in a homicide case she's working on.

Season 4 Episode 6: Dexter knows it's only a matter of time before the Trinity Killer's latest handiwork is discovered by Miami Metro. He has to work doubly hard to stay one step ahead of their investigation. Debra is shut out from her own case. She considers risking her career and bending the rules in the name of justice. LaGuerta and Batista realize that by playing by the rules they may have painted themselves into a corner. Dexter gleans relationship advice from a most unlikely source when the friction between Rita and Dexter comes to a head.

Season 5 Episode 6: Striving to bring some normalcy back into his shattered life, Dexter figures the answer lies in finding a new serial killer to bring down, but his quest gets thrown off course when his troubled new acquaintance requires his help. Meanwhile, Batista uncovers a revealing new lead in the Santa Muerta homicides, and Quinn gets a tip about Dexter, but is not sure he can trust his source.

Saturday, April 16, 2011

PHOTOS: Michael C. Hall Attends Taste for a Cure 2011 Event

Michael C. Hall attends the UCLA Jonsson Cancer Center Foundation's 2011 Taste for a Cure event at the Beverly Wilshire Hotel on April 15, 2011 in Beverly Hills, California.

The Jonsson Cancer Center Foundation hosted its 16th annual signature fundraiser, Taste for a Cure. David Nevins, President of Entertainment, Showtime Networks, received the 2011 Gil Nickel Humanitarian Award. Award-winning actress Laura Linney served as Honorary Co-Chair, while Julianne Hough and Matthew Morrison provided vocal entertainment for the evening. This year's event featured premier wines and signature dishes from Willamette Valley. One more photo of Michael after the jump...

Friday, April 15, 2011

VIDEO: "Deb I'm the Bay Harbor Butcher" - Dexter

One of the best scenes ever of Dexter from Episode 11 of Season 2.

"Dexter"-Like Serial Killer Taking Lives in Long Island

Via: A real-life "Dexter" may be murdering prostitutes in Long Island, New York. Thus far, eight bodies have been uncovered by police, and authorities are suspecting the serial killer may have ties to law enforcement, akin to Showtime's hit show.

The show follows the title character (played by Michael C. Hall), a blood-splatter analyst working for the Florida Police Department. The product of a heinous tragedy involving his mother’s death when he was a child, Dexter has learned to only take his blood lust out on those who “deserve” it – a.k.a. murderers of the innocent.

In recent months investigators in Suffolk County, NY discovered human remains of eight persons, half of which have been identified as prostitutes. Authorities have hypothesized that the killer could have ties to law enforcement, maybe even a cop, due to a seeming understanding of police investigative techniques – such as making calls to victims’ families from highly populated areas. Read more after the jump...

Desmond Harrington to Guest Star on "Gossip Girl"

Desmond Harrington is about to Guest Star on CW's Gossip Girl. This is the second time he plays to this show. The episode will air in April 25.

Wednesday, April 13, 2011

Dexter Creator James Manos Jr. to Direct Michael C. Hall and Vera Farmiga In "Love, Scotch And Death"

Via "Dexter creator James Manos Jr and Michael C. Hall will collaborate on the big screen after Hall wraps the sixth season as the strangely likable serial killer title character. They will team on the independent feature Love, Scotch and Death, with Hall playing a character based on Manos, during a most stressful week filled with unimaginable mishaps. Vera Farmiga will star with Hall. Manos will make his feature directing debut, with shooting to begin in November.

When Manos first wrote the script, he called it The Slow And Complete Decompensation of Jim Manos. It covers a rather bizarre week in the man’s life. After returning from a stressful vacation, he discovers his parents have died of natural causes together in bed, which forces him to navigate his way past an unsympathetic funeral director, his bewildered children and manic wife, an eccentric priest and some over-sexed neighbors. There is also an arrest for assault and the death of his wife’s beloved dog.

Manos is an Emmy winner for his writing work on The Sopranos and was also a writer and consulting producer on The Shield before creating Dexter for Showtime. Hollywood Studios International is handling worldwide sales, with HSI’s Dave Brown will produce along with Paul Schiff. Manos’ head of production, Michelle Trump, will also be a producer. Authentic’s Jon Rubinstein will be exec producer with HSI’s Steven Saxton and Eric Christenson.

HSI will finance the film and sell territories at the upcoming Cannes Film Festival. HSI is getting more active in generating its own projects, and it has made a first-look deal with Schiff, producer of Rushmore and Solitary Man."

Michael C. Hall on "East Fifth Bliss" - Movie Trailer

The official trailer of East Fifth Bliss. We don't know yet the official release date of the film.

A guy in his mid-thirties watches as his life comically unravels after he enters into a relationship with the daughter of a former high school classmate. Cast: Sarah Shahi, Michael C. Hall, Lucy Liu, Brie Larson, Chris Messina.

Tuesday, April 12, 2011

Dexter Season 5 to Premiere in June 17 on FX UK

FX Channel announced the official premiere date of the fifth season of Dexter in United Kingdom, via Facebook: "Dexter fans remember this date! The chilling fifth season of Dexter will premiere on Friday 17th June at 10pm, only on FX. Don't miss it!"

Sunday, April 10, 2011

POLL: Which was your Favorite Fifth Episode of a Season?

Sunday Poll: Which is your favorite 5th episode of a season? Vote below!

Season 1 Episode 5: While the rest of the police department are focused on finding the Ice Truck Killer, Dexter is busy gathering evidence for his next victim. It turns out he will also discover more about relationships, love and how to make a success of it all. In doing so he gets some hilarious advice from unlikely sources and we see the first time that he actually kills two people at one time.

Season 2 Episode 5:Dexter finds out that the man who killed his mother, right in front of him, is still alive. When he tells this to Lila, she suggests he faces the man, as part of his road to addiction recovery. But then as his sponsor she insists on tagging along.

Season 3 Episode 5: Rita wants Dexter to move in with her and the kids. Miguel gives Dexter his next mission to find the culprit who murdered his two wives for money.

Season 4 Episode 5: Debra recovers from the shooting but is emotionally distraught from Lundy's death and other life events. Dexter believes that it was the Trinity Killer and not the Vacation Murderer as the rest of the police force thinks. He gets closer to the Trinity Killer than he has ever been before.

Season 5 Episode 5: Dexter is saddled with an unwanted conspirator; Dexter worries about how Rita's death will affect Harrison; Deb works alone; Quinn enlists an old friend's help.

PHOTOS: Michael C. Hall Attends the Celebration of Kiehl's

Michael C. Hall attends the celebration of the Environmental Partnership of Kiehl’s Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque Benefiting Waterkeeper Alliance at Kiehl’s Since 1851 Santa Monica Store on April 7, 2011 in Santa Monica, California. Chloe Sevigny and Michael C. Hall Team Up with Kiehl’s for a Good Cause.
The actors designed labels for the brand’s Rare Earth Collection to benefit Waterkeeper Alliance.

Via THR: Earth Day isn’t until April 22, but Kiehl’s is already doing its part to raise eco-awareness. The beauty brand, which is a favorite of celebs such as Julianne Moore and Entourage’s Adrian Genier (both have appeared in Kiehl’s ads), unveiled a special limited-edition of its Rare Earth Deep Pore Cleansing Masque with labels designed by Chloe Sevigny (HBO’s Big Love) and Michael C. Hall (Showtime’s Dexter). Kiehl’s will donate 100% of net proceeds of the water-inspired designs to the Waterkeeper Alliance (an organization that works to protect waterways around the world from pollution). The goal is to raise $100,000 for the cause. Read more and see more photos after the jump...

Friday, April 8, 2011

Michael C. Hall in a Facial Mask Promo Picture

Michael C. Hall in a promo picture for Kiehl’s new “Michael C. Hall Limited Edition Rare Earth Pore Cleansing Masque.” Below the article from
"In honor of Earth Day, we are pleased to announce a Limited Edition Label Art series, where 100% of net proceeds will benefit the WATERKEEPER ALLIANCE, a charity long supported by Kiehl’s for the past 30 years.

Our Rare Earth masque helps purify and detoxify skin while minimizing the appearance of enlarged pores. Formulated with Amazonian White Clay to gently draw out oil, dirt and toxins that can clog pores. The addition of Oatmeal and Aloe Vera will help soothe, hydrate and protect sensitive skin."

In the video below, Michael C. Hall signs a Dexter 'bobblehead' before attending an environment-related event in Santa Monica hosted by Kiehl's where his new Limited Edition Rare Earth Pore Cleansing Masque will be unveiled.

Photo source: mchdaily

Wednesday, April 6, 2011

PHOTOS: Michael C. Hall goes for Yoga in L.A.

LOS ANGELES, CALIFORNIA - Sunday April 3, 2011. Michael C. Hall, who is best known for his title role as the serial killer star of Showtime's TV series 'Dexter', can be seen looking healthier than ever as he heads to a Yoga class in Hollywood - one year after he announced that he had fully recovered from Hodgkin's lymphoma -a form of cancer. Last month, Michael was named the new ambassador for the Leukaemia & Lymphoma Society. More photos after the jump...

Tuesday, April 5, 2011

Michael C. Hall talks Peep World and Dexter Season Six

Thanks to Liz for the heads up. Michael C. Hall has an indie movie opening this weekend. Peep World is about a family dealing with one sibling authoring a thinly veiled tell-all book about their problems. Hall plays a frustrated husband who goes to peep booths in the middle of the day. He’s getting ready to shoot season six of “Dexter,” so we got to talk a little about that too.

Q: Since “Dexter,” have you been getting more leading man movie offers or more of these quirky, comedy or otherwise different sorts of roles?

Michael C. Hall: I don’t know. I certainly get my share of things that I pass on because they involve me being in one way or another in the same room with a dead body, but I don’t know. I’d say when I was doing “Six Feet Under,” everybody associated me with that character and “Dexter” started. That character was my first victim and now everybody associates me with Dexter but maybe the spectrum that exists between those two characters is something that people consider when they think of me for things. I don’t know, I think I’ve been attracted to maybe stuff like this where a person is not uniquely internally afflicted. They’re just more of a relative everyman dealing with external chaos. Full interview after the jump...

Sunday, April 3, 2011

POLL: Which was your Favorite Fourth Episode of a Season?

Sunday Poll: Which is your favorite 4th episode of a season? Vote below!

Season 1 Episode 4: The Ice Truck Killer begins leaving pictures from Dexter's childhood at the crime scenes. Is the killer trying to tell Dexter something about his own past?

Season 2 Episode 4: Rita's estranged mother visits and senses something is wrong with Dexter. Masuka thinks he's developed a lead in the Bay Harbor Butcher case, which has Dexter concerned. Angel's interrogation of a witness crosses a line.

Season 3 Episode 4: After a failed marriage proposal, Dexter attempts to convince Rita that he wants more than a financial merger and fatherhood. He wants a family with Rita. Deb lands a new case. Miguel's brother, Ramon, is dead set on finding Oscar's murderer, which worries Dexter and Miguel.

Season 4 Episode 4: Dexter is left home alone and with free time as Rita takes the kids on a vacation which may prove interesting for Dexter in several ways. In the meantime two other relationships are on the line: LaGuerta and Batista debate about their future and Debra's own, as she helps Lundy with the Trinity Killer investigation.

Season 5 Episode 4: Dexter catches a mysterious woman who may have witnessed him in the act of killing a killer; Deb has a frightening run-in with a murder suspect in the Santa Muerte homicides; and Quinn uncovers more striking similarities between Kyle Butler and Dexter Morgan.

Saturday, April 2, 2011

PHOTOS: Jennifer Carpenter Stays Fit

We still have quite a long time before we get any new episodes but actress Jennifer Carpenter is making sure she stays in optimal shape. She was photographed while on a jog in Beverly Hills, California on Thursday, March 31st, 2011. Showtime‘s drama about a Miami serial killer is not the only thing on Jennifer’s plate. Earlier this month it was announced that she was cast in the Summit Entertainment thriller, Gone alongside Red Riding Hood star Amanda Seyfried, Wes Bentley, and Emily Wickersham. Click the link below for more photos...

VIDEO: "Lara Croft, Tomb Raider!" - Rita

In that scene from season one, maybe Dexter thought that it's an April fool's Joke!

Friday, April 1, 2011

BREAKING: Jennifer Carpenter Leaves Dexter

UPDATE: Happy April Fools' Day Dexperts!

According to EW, Dexter star Jennifer Carpenter (Debra) no longer belongs to the cast of Dexter, since she seems to have had a fight with her co-star and ex-husband Michael C. Hall, regarding their common scenes next season. Carpenter had at first agreed at less scenes with Hall,but it's clear now that she demands changes to the main Season 6 story. Her agent confirmed today her leaving from the series,since she's looking for other projects. These are shocking news to Dexter fans around the world,because her absence from the series massively influences the plot. Plans are currently being made in Showtime for her replacement.