Dexter Revival Will Be Set In [Spoiler]
Oregonian lumberjack Dexter Morgan is packing up his chainsaw and heading READ MORE
Dexter Revival Finds Its Big Bad, Taps Clancy Brown as Series Regular
Big Bads don’t come any bigger or badder than this: Clancy Brown is joining Showtime’s forthcoming Dexter revival as the primary villain opposite Michael C. Hall‘s titular vigilante, TVLine has learned exclusively. READ MORE
Michael C. Hall Hopes Upcoming Dexter Revival Will Atone for 'Extremely Dissatisfying' Series Finale
Michael C. Hall agreed to reprise his titular Dexter role for Showtime’s upcoming revival in part because of the sour note the original series ended on seven years ago. READ MORE
Dexter Revival Won't 'Undo Anything,' But It Will Make Things 'Right,' Says EP
If Dexter‘s original series finale didn’t quite cut it for you, the newly announced revival hopes to make things right. READ MORE
Dexter Revival Ordered at Showtime; Michael C. Hall Returning for 10-Episode Limited Series
Dexter Morgan’s second act as a lumberjack is coming to an end: Showtime has ordered a 10-episode Dexter revival, with Michael C. Hall on board to reprise his role as the killer vigilante. READ MORE
The 15 Worst Series Finales of All Time — House of Cards, Pretty Little Liars, Seinfeld, Gossip Girl and More
Sometimes good series not only go bad, they do so at the worst of all possible times — as in, right when they’re coming to an end. As a result READ MORE & VIEW PHOTOS
Madam Secretary's Keith Carradine Talks Dexter, Deadwood, Damages — and That Time He Wooed Madonna
By his own estimation, Keith Carradine “wasn’t much of a horseman” when he landed his first TV role, on Bonanza in 1971.
Not that READ MORE
TVLine Items: Eva Longoria Visits Jane, The Royals Return Date and More
Jane the Virgin‘s Marbella Hotel will welcome a very famous guest in Season 3: Eva Longoria. READ MORE
March BADness Tournament Finals: Outlander's 'Black Jack' Randall vs. Dexter's Dexter Morgan
And then there were two — and they were really, really, really bad.
Yes, we’ve reached the finals of TVLine’s March BADness Bracket Tournament, which means you need to answer the question, READ MORE & VOTE
March BADness Tourney Final Four: Kilgrave vs. Jonathan 'Black Jack' Randall! Dexter Morgan vs. J.R. Ewing!
It’s a question famously asked by Michael Jackson — but TVLine’s March BADness Bracket Tournament is posing a slightly more specific query. READ MORE & VOTE