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Thursday, October 31, 2013

VIDEO: Michael C. Hall Talks 'Kill Your Darlings'

Over the last few months we posted various videos of Michael C. Hall talking about his new film 'Kill Your Darlings' which has already released. The following video is kind of different once Michael C. Hall and the rest of KYD's cast discuss the movie with... strong language! See it below:

Happy Birthday, Vanessa Marano!

Today, Vanessa Marano turns 21! She was born on October 31st 1992 in Los Angeles, California. On Dexter she played Arthur Mitchell's daughter, Becca, in Season 4, and on episode 6.07 "Nebraska". Happy B-day Vanessa!

Wednesday, October 30, 2013

VIDEO: John Lithgow Talks About His Latest Children's Book on 'FOX & Friends'

John Lithgow aka the Trinity Killer visited 'Fox & Friends' to talk about his role on ABC's 'Once Upon a Time In Wonderland' and to promote his new kid's book. Watch the interview below:

Dexter Season 8 Re-Write - A Different Storyline For the Final Season of Dexter [Video]

It's been more than a month since the end of the eighth season (and the series), and lots of fans are still disappointed with the whole final season, and the way things wrapped. In the video below which was released on YouTube one week before the series finale, a fan of the show reveals his own alternative version of Season 8, which is pretty awesome. Hit the play button or click here, and tell us your thoughts about it in the comments section.

John Lithgow Arrives at the Wallis Annenberg Center For the Performing Arts Inaugural Gala [Photos]

Dexter alum John Lithgow arrives at the Wallis Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts Inaugural Gala presented by Salvatore Ferragamo on October 17, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California. Hit the 'read more' button to view more photos.

Tuesday, October 29, 2013

POLL: If Rita Ever Learned About Dexter's Secret, What Would She Do?

Rita's shocking death in the season 4 finale of Dexter left us with our jaws on the floor. Back in the third season and after an episodic divorce from the ex-husband Paul Bennett, Rita decided to marry Dexter. If she ever learned about her husband's dark secret how would she react? Vote in our poll below and discuss in the comments!

Netflix & CBS Corporation Announce Streaming Deal For Dexter - Press Release


America’s Favorite Serial Killer Arrives on Netflix in the U.S. on Halloween

Beverly Hills, Calif., October 28 – Netflix and CBS Corporation announced today a content licensing agreement in which all eight seasons of the SHOWTIME drama “Dexter” will become available for Netflix members in the United States.  Beginning on Halloween (Oct. 31, 2013), the first four seasons of the award-winning series will be available to watch instantly; seasons 5-8 will begin on Jan. 1, 2014.

Starring Golden Globe winning actor Michael C. Hall, “Dexter” tells the story of Dexter Morgan, America’s favorite serial killer. As a Miami forensics expert, he spends his days solving crimes, and nights committing them. But Dexter lives by a strict code of honor that is both his saving grace and lifelong burden. Torn between his deadly compulsion and his desire for true happiness, Dexter is a man in profound conflict with the world and himself.

“We’re thrilled to have ‘Dexter,’ one of SHOWTIME’s highest-rated shows on Netflix, and so quickly after it completed its record-breaking run,” said Ted Sarandos, Chief Content Officer for Netflix.  “This is one of the great serialized dramas of the past decade and we know our members will enjoy discovering or reliving the twisted world of Dexter Morgan anywhere and anytime they want.” Read the rest after the jump.

Monday, October 28, 2013

Dexter's Complete 8 Season Run Coming to Netflix

Great news! Dexter is coming to Netflix this Halloween in a deal announced Monday with CBS Corp. Beginning Thursday, the first four seasons will be available to watch instantly. Seasons 5 though 8 will begin on January 1st.

Sunday, October 27, 2013

John Lithgow Explains Trinity Killer's Continued Popularity

John Lithgow has had plenty of iconic television roles, but the one that continues to follow him was his one-season arc on "Dexter" as the Trinity Killer. During an interview on "Live with Kelly and Michael," he recalls the continued popularity of that character.

"The Trinity Killer perversely was so popular. Everyone just loved that season of 'Dexter,'" he says. "It was just this extraordinary expression of gratitude."

He continues, "It was a fascinating character -- a psychopath with a real compulsion who wishes he didn't have it. It tortured him; being that bad tortured him. ... There was a strange kind of sympathy for the devil about that."

Now Lithgow is working on "Once Upon a Time," though his role as the White Rabbit is a bit more hands off than his arc on "Dexter." According to him, he does all of his work from a recording studio.

"I feel like cat who ate the cream," Lithgow says. "I haven't even met the actors who I've been working with."

Friday, October 25, 2013

Aimee Garcia Dishes on Dexter Finale: "It Was Hard For People to See Their Favorite Antihero So Sad"

via Zap2it: 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 be part of something like that. People can go through their whole careers without experiencing something like that." Hit the 'read more' button for the rest of the interview.

PHOTOS: Yvonne Strahovski Attends the 2nd Annual Australians In Film Awards Gala

Dexter alumna Yvonne Strahovski attends the 2nd Annual Australians in Film Awards Gala at Intercontinental Hotel on October 24, 2013 in Beverly Hills, California. View more photos after the jump!

Thursday, October 24, 2013

Michael C. Hall Talks About His Life and Career For Paste Magazine

via, by Michael Dunaway and Brendon Kelly: "It’s a funny thing sometimes, how the public’s perception of someone can be so at odds with how they see themselves. To much of the public, Michael C. Hall is a Golden Globe-winning television actor, and a brilliant one best known for two iconic roles in two groundbreaking series—as David Fisher in Six Feet Under and as the title character in Dexter. But Hall is also a classically trained actor, renowned for his interpretations of Shakespeare, hand-picked by Sondheim to star in the workshop version of one of his new plays, becoming the toast of Broadway with his lead performance in Sam Menges’ legendary revival of Cabaret.

It’s a dichotomy Hall is aware of, but he’s philosophical about it: “I think a lot of the specific things that confront you, if you have some sort of presence in the public’s consciousness through work that you’ve done, encourage you to check yourself in the same way that you’d encourage yourself to do it otherwise. We all struggle not to project onto other people an idea of who we are, and to act either in accordance with, or in a way that is resistant to, that imagined perception. I don’t know. I’m glad that people associate me with stuff that I’m proud to have done. While maybe they don’t have a sense of who I am as a person more broadly, or of what I’ve done as an actor beyond those two roles, I’m just glad they don’t associate me primarily with something that I see as way down on my own list of accomplishments. I think I’ve been lucky that some of the things that have been the most artistically viable for me have also been the most commercially viable things I’ve done. But I challenge myself generally not to concern myself too much with what other people are thinking of me; that’s always an inherent preoccupation, admittedly. But when it comes to people’s perceptions of me as an actor, if someone comes up to me and says they’re a fan of Dexter, I don’t feel compelled to recite a soliloquy or anything.” Read the rest of the article after the jump!

POLL: Dexter Series Finale: One Month Later - Do You Still Have the Same Opinion About the Ending?

It's been more than a month since the series finale of Dexter. People's first reaction to the ending was not very satisfying, considering the comments and the voting on polls. What do you think of the Dexter finale now? Did you change your mind about it? Vote in our poll below and sound off in the comment section!

Wednesday, October 23, 2013

VIDEO: Michael C. Hall Interview on Conan

Michael C. Hall was Conan's guest last night. He talked about the series finale of Dexter, Kill Your Darlings, Harry Potter and Daniel Radcliffe. Watch the first video below, and skip the jump to view another one.

Hit the 'read more' button to watch one more video!

Tuesday, October 22, 2013

Michael C. Hall Will Be Conan's Guest Tonight

Michael C. Hall will be Conan O' Brien's first guest tonight. Don't miss his all-new interview at 11/10c on TBS.

Monday, October 21, 2013

POLL: Which Season Finale Episode of Dexter Is the Best?

Eight season finales of Dexter. Which of them is the best/your favorite? Vote in our poll below!

Season 1 finale. Dexter follows the clues left for him by the Ice Truck Killer in an effort to rescue his kidnapped loved one, while Rita's ex tries to convince her that Dexter is too dangerous to be around their children.

Season 2 finale. Lundy and the FBI settle the case of the Bay Harbor Butcher once and for all but the heat's not entirely off Dexter as his world literally becomes an inferno. Can he rise from the ashes once again?

Season 3 finale. Dexter attempts to calm the emotionally unstable Ramon now that Miguel is out of the picture; Debra is about to receive her detective's shield but is blind-sided with information that could derail her promotion.

Season 4 finale. Dexter and Arthur find themselves on a collision course, as Debra unearths a shocking long-hidden truth, Rita admits her marriage to Dexter is troubled, and Batista and LaGuerta face the consequences of an ethics breach.

Season 5 finale. Dexter realizes that he and Lumen are being lured into a trap and risks everything to escape; Debra lets her personal feelings overwhelm her instincts in the Barrel Girls case; Quinn needs help that only Dexter can provide.

Season 6 finale. Dexter and Homicide race against a lunar eclipse to catch the Doomsday Killers before their final gruesome act; Debra struggles with a new emotional reality.

Season 7 finale. As LaGuerta closes in on Dexter's secret, Dexter struggles to protect himself, Debra and the life he's built.

Season 8 finale - Series finale. Dexter is faced with impossible odds as a brewing hurricane makes its way towards Miami.

Michael C. Hall Receives a Parking Ticket In Beverly Hills [Photos]

Michael C. Hall gets a ticket after failing to put enough money in his parking meter, on October 18 in Hollywood. View more images after the jump.

Sunday, October 20, 2013

PHOTOS: Aimee Garcia Attends Elyse Walker Presents The Pink Party 2013

Aimee Garcia attends Elyse Walker Presents The Pink Party 2013 hosted by Anne Hathaway at Barker Hangar on October 19, 2013 in Santa Monica, California. View more images, below!

Dexter Season 8 Premieres Tonight on FX Brasil

Tonight's the night for the Brazilian fans! The eighth and final season of Dexter debuts tonight on FX Brasil. For more info and promos click here.

Saturday, October 19, 2013

Happy Birthday, Desmond Harrington!

Today, Desmond Harrington turns 37. He was born in Savannah, Georgia, but when he was 3-years old, his parents decided to move back to their birth place, The Bronx, New York. After high school, Desmond attended Manhattan college for 6 weeks before dropping out. Over the years, Desmond has appeared in dramas and comedies alike. Since 2008 he plays the role of Joey Quinn on Dexter. Happy birthday Desmond!
Image credit: Showtime

Happy Birthday, John Lithgow!

Today, John Lithgow turns 68! Born John Arthur Lithgow on October 19, 1945 in Rochester, New York, USA, son of a retired actress and a father who was both a theatrical producer and director, he moved frequently as a child while his father founded and managed local and college theaters and Shakespeare festivals throughout the midwest of the United States. Read more after the jump!

Michael C. Hall Dishes on 'Kill Your Darlings', His Role as David Kammerer and More [Video]

Michael C. Hall talks about his new film 'Kill Your Darlings', Dexter and more for DP/30. Watch the 20 minute interview below:

Friday, October 18, 2013

POLL: Which Season of Dexter Is Your Least Favorite?

Last week we asked you to pick your favorite/the best season of Dexter. In today's poll you can vote for your least favorite/the worst season of the show:

Thursday, October 17, 2013

Happy Birthday, Dora Madison Burge!

Today, Dora Madison Burge turns 22! She was born in Hutto, Texas on October 17, 1991. On Dexter she played the role of Niki Walters aka Masuka's daughter, in the eighth and final season. Happy b-day, Dora!
Image credit: Showtime

Wednesday, October 16, 2013

Michael C. Hall Set to Star on Broadway's 'The Realistic Joneses'

Michael C. Hall, along with Toni Collette, Marisa Tomei and Tracy Letts have been announced to star in the Broadway production of Will Eno's The Realistic Joneses, which will arrive at a theatre-to-be-announced in early 2014, according to the New York Times.

The Realistic Joneses will mark the Broadway playwriting debut of Eno, whose works include Middletown, Title and Deed and the solo show Thom Pain (based on nothing), which was a 2004 finalist for the Pulitzer Prize. Performances are expected to begin in late February with a targeted late-March opening night.

Happy Birthday, Brea Grant!

Today, Brea Grant turns 32. Born Brea Colleen Grant on October 16, 1981, in Marshall, Texas and holds Bachelor's and Master's degrees in American Studies from the University of Texas at Austin. In the sixth season, she played the role of Masuka's intern on Dexter! Happy b-day Brea!

WATCH! Michael C. Hall on 'The Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson'

Michael C. Hall returned the CBS' 'Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson last night, to promote his new film 'Kill Your Darlings', discuss Dexter and more. Watch the video below!

Tuesday, October 15, 2013

POLL: Which Season Premiere Episode of Dexter Is the Best?

Which season opener of Dexter is the best/your favorite? Vote in our poll below and discuss!

Series Premiere. Forensic analyst Dexter Morgan hides his double life as a vigilante serial killer from his vice squad officer sister, his coworkers at the Miami Metro Police Department, and his commitment-minded single-mom girlfriend.

Season 2 premiere. Dexter finds himself unable to kill again after the harrowing conclusion to the Ice Truck Killer case, and strays from his personal code with disastrous results; Debra returns to work but may not be ready.

Season 3 premiere. Dexter's life seems to be smoothly back on track, until he targets a dope dealer who is also in the sights of Assistant D.A. Miguel Prado; Internal Affairs pressures Debra to rat on her new partner.

Season 4 premiere. Dexter sleeplessly struggles to balance his new family life with his dark, murderous drive for a fresh victim, and his busier-than-ever forensic career pursuing a new target, "The Trinity Killer."

Season 5 premiere. Dexter reels from Rita's murder and makes a choice that will affect everyone's lives; Quinn stirs up trouble by suggesting that Rita's death doesn't fit Trinity's profile and offers much-needed support to Debra.

Season 6 premiere. Dexter attends his 20th high school reunion to hunt a former Prom King; Homicide's investigation into a gruesome, faith-based murder causes Dexter to ask some spiritual questions and consider his son's legacy; solid in her relationship with Quinn and her role as detective, Debra becomes an unexpected hero.

Season 7 premiere. After witnessing her brother kill Travis Marshall, Debra attempts to reconcile with Dexter while struggling to cover up their involvement with the murder. Meanwhile, Detective Mike Anderson has an unfortunate run-in, Quinn and Batista begin to make amends, and LaGuerta finds evidence that causes her to re-think the closed Bay Harbor Butcher case.

Season 8 premiere. Six months after LaGuerta's death, Dexter is still managing life as a dad, brother and serial killer. Meanwhile, Miami Metro investigates the murder of a man who's had pieces of his brain removed.

VIDEO: Michael C. Hall and Dane DeHaan Talk 'Kill Your Darlings'

With Michael C. Hall's new film opening in Los Angeles and New York theaters on October 16th, here's another video interview with Michael discussing 'Kill Your Darlings'. Hit the play button below to see it.

Monday, October 14, 2013

Michael C. Hall Addresses Dexter Spin-Off Rumors, Answers Fan Q's on 'Larry King Now' [Videos]

Michael C. Hall (and Daniel Radcliffe) answer social media questions from fans, including rumors of a Dexter spin-off series. Watch two videos from Michael's from the 'Larry King Now", below!

 One more video after the jump!

Daniel Radcliffe Talks About Michael C. Hall and 'Freaking People Out' by Hanging Out Together

via TV3:  Daniel Radcliffe and Michael C. Hall enjoyed confusing Dexter and Harry Potter fans and they "freaked people out" by hanging out together.

The actors have both played iconic characters, with Michael portraying Dexter in the popular TV series and Daniel starting his career as Harry Potter in the wizard franchise.Starring alongside each other in Allen Ginsberg biopic Kill Your Darlings means the two recognisable faces often spent time together - much to the amazement of fans.

"Michael and I hung out a bit, and when we were together, it definitely freaked people out, because we didn't have trailers on this film set, so we were just hanging out on sidewalks and stuff," Daniel laughed to Collider.

"People were walking by and going, 'Is that that Harry Potter guy and Dexter chatting over there?' I do think we freaked a few people out but, I like to think we sort of run blocking for each other." Since starring as the boy wizard, the 24-year-old has branched out into edgy projects such as Horns and The Woman in Black.

Daniel has found it a challenge to shake his Harry image, which is something Michael can relate to. "Also, it was nice for me to talk to Michael because he is in a much later stage in his career, and he'd done loads before he ever did Dexter, but he is in a similar position," he explained.

"He has a huge amount of attention for one thing. He probably gets called Dexter as much as I get called Harry Potter, so it's nice to just talk to him about that and see how he handles it, which is quite similar to mine. It doesn't really bother him. He's obviously very proud of Dexter, and I'm very proud of Harry Potter. But yeah, it's always nice to talk to somebody who's in a similar boat."

POLL: Will Dexter Kill Again?

Dexter is still alive, and after Deb's death he decided to start a new life as a lumberjack in Oregon. In episode 8.11 Dexter said that he doesn't have the need to kill anymore. Is he completely changed now, or he will return to his old habits as a... successful serial killer? Vote below and discuss!

Sunday, October 13, 2013

Michael C. Hall on 'George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight' [BTS Photos]

Here are to behind-the-scenes photos from Michael C. Hall's appearance on 'George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight'. In case you missed it, view it here. Click the photo below, to enlarge:

Happy Birthday, Katia Winter!

Today, Katia Winter turns 30! She was born in Stockholm, Sweden on October 13, 1983. On Dexter she played the role of Nadia in nine episodes of the seventh season. Happy b-day Katia!
Image credit: Showtime

Saturday, October 12, 2013

Michael C. Hall on George Stroumboulopoulos Tonight [Video]

Michael C. Hall was George Stroumboulopoulos guest on CBC's talk show. He talked about his life after Dexter, 'Kill Your Darlings', 'Six Feet Under' and more. Hit the play button below to watch it!

Michael C. Hall Dishes on 'Kill Your Darlings': "It Was Nice to Turn the Tables on Myself"

via Press Telegram: This seems familiar. I’ve spent a lot of time with these guys. That’s Harry Potter and Dexter sitting across from me. Well, not really. It’s Daniel Radcliffe and Michael C. Hall, and they play very different characters in “Kill Your Darlings,” which opens Wednesday.

The film, created by first-time director John Krokidas from a script he wrote with Austin Bunn, tells a little-known true story of the founders of the Beat Generation. Radcliffe portrays a young Allen Ginsberg, the famed poet, and Hall is David Kammerer, whose murder is revealed early on in the film.

“It was nice to turn the tables on myself,” says Hall, who played an amiable serial killer for eight seasons on Showtime’s recently departed “Dexter.” The slaying of Kammerer by Lucien Carr, a classmate and friend of Ginsberg’s at Columbia University in the mid-1940s, was for various reasons little talked about until Carr’s death in 2005.

As it happens, Hall had been fascinated with the Beat Generation for some time and knew the story, but wondered why it hadn’t been told more widely. The actor had even met Ginsberg, who died in 1997, a couple of times in the early 1990s. Read more after the jump.

Friday, October 11, 2013

POLL: Which Season of Dexter Is the Best?

Eight seasons of Dexter, a lot of blood, and great villains. Which season do you think is the best? Vote in our poll below and discuss!

Happy Birthday, Sean Patrick Flanery!

Today, Sean Patrick Flanery turns 48. He was born in Lake Charles, Louisiana on October 11, 1965. On Dexter he played the role of Jacob Elway in 12 episodes of the final season. Happy b-day, Sean!
Image credit: Showtime

Thursday, October 10, 2013

Lauren Velez Is Spokeswoman For 2013 International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival

via Daily News: Lauren Velez made her name as a TV star thanks to such cutting-edge series as “Oz,” “Dexter” and “New York Undercover.” Now, the Queens native is currently lending her name to support a fledgling film festival.

Velez was named the official spokesperson of the 2013 International Puerto Rican Heritage Film Festival taking place in New York in November — which is also the island’s heritage month.
“I’ve always been proud of Puerto Rican heritage month,” Velez says. “For me, the festival is a wonderful way to celebrate the month and also a way to give Puerto Rican artists a chance to shine and come together and display their talent.”

In its second year, the IPRHFF will feature nearly 50 films of varying lengths, with the requirement that they be about Puerto Rico and its people, including those in the diaspora, or have included personnel of Puerto Rican descent in a key production role on either side of the camera.

As the face of the festival, Velez was reunited with its founder, Veronica Caicedo, who two years ago directed a stage version of the actress’ solo show, “They Call Me La Lupe,” based on the life of the controversial Cuban singer. “The opportunity presented itself for me to work with Veronica again,” says Velez, who is currently in pre-production on a film version of the “La Lupe” show. “I told her, ‘I’m so proud of what you're doing and I’m very proud of all the movement that’s going on in the neighborhood.’ ”

Running Nov. 13 to Nov. 17, the festival will take place at a handful of uptown venues, including the Mist Harlem Studios in East Harlem — not far from where Velez recently moved to. “That’s also why this is such an important thing to me, because it’s connecting all of these things together and helping the community,” Velez says. Supporting the Latino community within the entertainment industry is something the actress has always regarded as highly important.

“We not only have to keep making films but we have to go and support them, which is one of the most important components,” she says. “It’s really important for us to start owning it, and not just Puerto Ricans but Latinos in general.”

Dexter Season 8 Premieres Tonight In France

Tonight's the night for you French fans! The eighth and final season of Dexter debuts tonight on Canal+. Watch a promo below:

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VIDEO: An Awkward Interview With Michael C. Hall

Michael C. Hall visited Bangladesh few weeks ago, to assist with a documentary he is presenting about climate change. While he was there, he gave an extremely awkward interview to an extremely rude journalist of 'Independent Channel'. Hit the play button below to see it, and compare it with Zach Galifianakis' Funny or Die show, "Between Two Ferns". (See here.)

Wednesday, October 9, 2013

C.S. Lee: "I Knew That Dexter's Popular Outside the U.S., But I Never Realized How Popular Is In Israel"

via algemeiner: The first visit by C.S. Lee – popularly known as Vince Masuka from the American TV show “Dexter” – to Israel, was an inspiring one for the Korean-American actor.

In an exclusive interview, Lee told Tazpit News Agency that there were many moving points during his trip to the Holy Land. “The visit to Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial was particularly special,” recalled Lee during his last evening in the country.

Lee was part of a contingent of acclaimed prime-time TV and movie stars led by award-winning actress Lea Thompson (Back to the Future, Switched at Birth), her husband Howard Deutch, a music director and producer, and their two actress daughters, Zoey (Vampire Academy: Blood Sisters) and Madelyn Deutch. Vivian Bang (Sullivan & Son), Anson Mount (Hell on Wheels), and Malik Yoba (Revolution) were also part of the trip, which was organized by America’s Voices in Israel.

“There was something very different about visiting the Holocaust museum here in Israel than in the U.S.,” said Lee. “At the museum in D.C., the tragedy seemed a lot more distant, whereas in Israel, it felt a lot more close and personal.”

In addition to touring Jerusalem and Yad Vashem, the actors and actresses also visited the Golan Heights and Tel Aviv, and met with notable Israeli personalities including hi-tech and business luminaries. Read the rest of the article after the jump.

Tuesday, October 8, 2013

POLL: Who Was the Worst Main Dexter Antagonist?

Few days back we asked you to vote for the best Dexter foe. The majority of you picked Season 4's Arthur Mitchell (definitely not a surprise). Now it's time for you to choose the worst/your least favorite villain from all eight seasons of Dexter. Take our poll below and sound off in the comments! In case you're in dilemma you can pick more than one.

PHOTOS: Aimee Garcia Attends the Fourth-Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic

Aimee Garcia attends The Fourth-Annual Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic, Los Angeles at Will Rogers State Historic Park on October 5, 2013 in Pacific Palisades, California. See more photos after the jump!

Michael C. Hall Doesn't Seem Excited to Return as Dexter

Watch the man himself answer the burning question of whether he would return as Dexter Morgan and draw your own conclusions. He seems quite ambivalent to the prospect of coming back to the character, and if he did it would be years down the road.

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Monday, October 7, 2013

POLL: Did Showtime Make the Right Choice For Dexter?

Since producer John Goldwyn revealed that Showtime wouldn't let the infamous serial killer die at the end of the series, everyone's is wondering if the network did the right choice. "They won't let us kill him," Goldwyn explained. "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.'" So, it turns out the majority of viewers weren't the only ones dissatisfied with the series finale, the writers were, too. What do you think? Did Showtime make the right decision for Dexter's fate? Vote below and discuss!

Dexter Producer John Goldwyn: "Showtime Wouldn’t Let Us Kill Dexter"

Dexter producer John Goldwyn was asked about the series finale at the NYFF premiere of The Secret Life of Walter Mitty this weekend, on 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."

PHOTOS: Michael C. Hall Visits Young Hollywood Studio

Michael C. Hall and co-stars Dane DeHaan and Daniel Radcliffe stopped by Young Hollywood Studio on October 4 in Los Angeles to promote their new film “Kill Your Darlings.”. View more images after the jump.

Sunday, October 6, 2013

POLL: Dexter's Love Interests - Who Was the Best For Him?

Lila: Dexter's mentor, she thought she knew his secret, she became irritating and dangerous.
Rita: Dexter's wife. She had no idea about Dexter's dark side.
Lumen: A special woman for Dexter, she found out and accepted who he really is.
Deb: She realized that she's in love with her brother, then she found out about his secret.
Hannah: Serial killer, she knows about Dexter's dark side, she was about to live a life with Dex and Harrison.

We posted a similar poll few months back, but without the 'Deb' option. Well, now that the show is over, which of these women from Dexter's life do you think was the best for him? Vote in our poll below, and sound off!

LOOK: Yvonne Strahovski Photo Shoot With New York Times

Check out after the jump, more images from Yvonne Strahovski's latest photo shoot with New York Times by Stephanie Diani!