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Dexter (tv program)

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  • Review: 'John Doe: Vigilante' is 'Dexter'-ish and weightless

    Review: 'John Doe: Vigilante' is 'Dexter'-ish and weightless
    When TV's Dexter, the serial killer who targets other killers, left the airwaves last fall, he left plenty of room for copycats. Into that void strides "John Doe: Vigilante," a pseudo-intellectual exercise in bombast and glorified violence. Kelly Dolen'...
  • U.K.'s Channel 4 Picks Up 'Fargo' Series

    LONDON -- Channel 4 has acquired the U.K. premiere broadcast rights to "Fargo," the 10-part television series inspired by the Coen brothers' film. It will air in the spring. The series is an original adaptation by scribe Noah Hawley ("Bones," "The...
  • Colin Hanks hopes to finally break Mr. Nice Guy mold with 'Fargo'

    Colin Hanks hopes to finally break Mr. Nice Guy mold with 'Fargo'
    Colin Hanks has a knack for playing good guys — which has not always been a good thing. Hanks made his mark in 2002's teen film "Orange County." Since then, his boyish looks, lanky frame and amiable personality have been his calling card and...
  • 'Penny Dreadful' Renewed for Season 2 By Showtime

    Showtime has renewed the horror drama "Penny Dreadful" for a second season. The greenlight comes halfway through the show's initial eight-episode run, which has drawn solid ratings across Showtime's linear and on-demand platforms. The show created by...
  • Review: 'House of Cards' plays new hand with brutal, clear resolve

    The second season of the dark and dastardly inner-Beltway drama "House of Cards" dropped at 12:01 a.m. on Valentine's Day. If Netflix knows as much about its subscribers as we think they do, this pretty much proves what we've long suspected: Binge-...
  • 'House of Cards' recap, Season 2, Episode 9

    'House of Cards' recap, Season 2, Episode 9
    This Jodie Foster-directed episode has a very "Dexter"-esque cold open. We see Freddy, preparing for his day. He does some exercise, before walking to work. When he arrives at his place, he finds the morning paper, with news of Claire's scandal splashed...
  • Author Jackie Collins is still 'Wild' and steamy

    Author Jackie Collins is still 'Wild' and steamy
    Author Jackie Collins still has the steam engine chugging. Her newest novel, "Lucky: Confessions of a Wild Child," released last week, is a prequel to the Lucky Santangelo books and centers on the treasured heroine during her formative teen years —...
  • Barry Chamberlain Promoted to President of Sales, CBS Studios Int'l

    Barry Chamberlain has been promoted to president of sales at CBS Studios Intl., the company announced Monday. Chamberlain will continue to report to Armando Nuñez, president and CEO of the CBS Global Distribution Group, and work with him and the...
  • 'Bates Motel' to 'Hannibal': Taking a Stab at Serial Killer Plots

    From Norman Bates to, well, Norman Bates, it seems every medium has taken a stab at the psycho killer plot device. Still, a show that gets into the mind of a serial killer each week -- examining the high body count and mysterious origin stories -- is...
  • Bryan Cranston: All the World's His Stage

    Spend enough time with Bryan Cranston and he'll show you the imaginary dial he uses to visualize how someone -- anyone, including you -- lives life. "I came up with this gauge 15, 20 years ago," he says, launching into a monologue with the easy...
  • Review: 'Cold in July' ★★★

    Only in Texas could the neo-noir of "Cold in July" be so believable. I say that as a fan of both the state and the style. This striking new entry in pulp fiction stars Michael C. Hall, Sam Shepard and Don Johnson in a tangled tale of crime and...