TCA 2014: David Nevins says David Duchovny wanted to die on "Californication"
Charlotte Rampling will play a neuro-psychiatrist who profiles criminals
A shorter wait for "Dexter" fans
After NBC boss says "Criminal Minds" is more violent than "Dexter," Tassler says it's up to parents what kids watch
"Dexter" draws 3.43 million total viewers throughout the night with season finale, marking a high for a Showtime original series
With 2.2 million total viewers, "Homeland" hits a personal best and beats out its Showtime sibling "Dexter"
Between "Homeland" and "Dexter," Showtime marks first night of airing back-to-back original series that crack 2 million viewers each
Showtime has biggest Sunday audience ever after Emmy wins
Producer Scott Reynolds talks to Jennifer Carpenter in brand-new first installment
One big change will up the drama next season
"Dexter" is "on a pretty ferocious path," Nevins says
Everyone's favorite serial killer wonders if his adoptive sister will embrace the real him in snippet for "Dexter"'s upcoming season
Strahovski will play a woman who may not be what she seems
Clyde Phillips presided over fourth season of "Dexter," widely considered its best
"Dexter," "The Big C" and other Showtime offerings will air free marathons in New York and Los Angeles in June
The "Thor" actor will play a Russian mobster on the seventh season of "Dexter"
Spoiler alert: It's a funny video, also including stars from "Dexter," "Heroes," "The Wire"
Both shows returning on same night
TCA: Dexter won't be such a 'lone wolf' from here on out
Claire Danes' terrorism drama lands channel's highest numbers for a freshman season closer ever
Show runner Scott Buck explains how one of the show's most divisive twists has been a long time coming
This is the year cable dramas crossed a line that even "Hostel" didn't
"30 Rock," "Glee," "Boardwalk Empire" and "Game of Thrones" also nominated for PGA Awards
From "Dexter" to "The Simpsons" -- they were once great, but now they're just past their prime in primetime
Future episodes just might include a few murders
Terrorists, serial killers and ill-behaved Southern women prove to be popular Sunday entertainment
The Claire Danes terrorism drama scared up a huge debut
Dexter goes back to school and explores his spiritual side, while still, of course, doing what he does best
O'Reilly's butting heads with Whoopi and Joy again, "Dexter" goes back to high school and even "Sesame Street" is poking fun at the "Spider-Man" musical
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