Comic-Con regulars know Thursday is usually the calm before the epic storm of Friday and Saturday. And without “Twilight” on the agenda, this year’s first full day of the Con looks even less packed than usual.
Except, of course, for the 20th Anniversary of “The X-Files” which should fill Ballroom 20 past its breaking point and likely have hardcore fans lining up early just to… Continue reading Comic-Con 2013 Thursday schedule: 'X-Files,' 'Divergent,' 'Dexter' among highlights
Nothing shouts “Dexter” like hot dog hand puppets, but that’s exactly what fans who waited until the last minute to prep for Sunday’s Season 8 premiere of the Showtime series have to help them catch up. Nerdist teamed with Henson Alternative for a “Dexter”-themed installment of “Ketchup with the Hot Dogs.” You don’t have to thank us for this gem.
“Dexter’s” final season premieres on June 30 at 9 p.m. ET… Continue reading 'Dexter' Season 8: 'Ketchup' for the premiere with hot dog puppets
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A TV critic took the Dexter team to task for season six, saying that the consensus among reviewers was the it was the show’s weakest outing.
The sixth season’s storyline featured a religion theme, with guest stars James Edward Olmos and Colin Hanks playing a twisted serial killer duo (later revealed to be one delusional person). The drama often… Continue reading ‘Dexter’ stars defend series, tout season 7
This season of Dexter promised to provide an exploration of faith and the potential pitfalls of giving yourself over to a higher authority. But after 12 episodes of muddled, incoherent references to religion, it became clear that only one religious element would be given any serious exploration: redemption. And not for the characters; for this season. Would such a consistently sub-par Season 6 have any redeeming qualities? After “This Is… Continue reading Dexter: Oh, Brother!