They always say that a hero (or anti-hero in this case) is only as good as his villain. And 'Dexter' has seen his fair share of villains over the course of the show's now 8 year history. Each individual season has boasted a "big bad," a main killer whose story arc is spread across the entire 12 episode run. Here are Our 10 Favorite Killers on 'Dexter'.
We have featured Johnny Blades' gorgeous horror-inspired jewelry on FEARnet in the past, but he has a new one that is perfect as we lead up to the season premiere of Dexter.
This upcoming Sunday, Jun 30th, Showtime's 'Dexter' returns for its 8th and final season! And one of the things I’ve always loved about the show is the time it takes to set up its key story threads for the entire season; meaning it usually takes a good 3-4 episodes before I get a feel for the overall direction they’re heading in.
One of the most memorable parts of Dexter has always been Deb’s creative use of curse words and blasphemous utterances. Most of the time, it didn’t matter what she was referring to; the simple act of cursing was glorious in its own right. We’ve collected 10 of our favorite Deb curses for your enjoyment. Add a few to your vocabulary!
Carry a little piece of Dexter everywhere.
As Dexter winds down, it is good to remember that the cast had roles before Dexter; they will have roles after. We take a look back at some of their lesser-known or most out-of-Dexter-character roles we could find.
It's been confirmed that the successful werewolf web saga will continue, with ten new episodes slated for next year. Read on for more details!
All things must end, and Dexter is no exception. So without giving too much away, here are five things to keep an eye out for in the final season.
In honor of the final season of Dexter, as well as to promote their "For Your Consideration" Emmys campaign, Showtime has teamed with hipster favorite Coolhaus to create an exclusive Dexter-inspired ice cream sandwich: the Killer Combo.
We've seen the first episode. Where will the final season take us? Very minor "spoilers" ahead.