Death does become him. Six Feet Under star Michael C. Hall’s turn as blood-spatter specialist Dexter Morgan — who’s also a serial killer programmed to knock off only bad guys — provides one of the small screen’s most appealing antiheroes. EXTRAS The creators were disappointed that Dexter’s violence didn’t rankle viewers. Notes producer Daniel Cerone: ”We expected a lot more controversy out of this show.” A four-disc set with lame bonus features (two episodes of fellow Showtime series Brotherhood?!) and no sign of Hall? That’s one way to stir up controversy. B
DexterDeath does become him. Six Feet Under star Michael C. Hall's turn as blood-spatter specialist Dexter Morgan — who's also a serial killer...DexterDramaDeath does become him. Six Feet Under star Michael C. Hall's turn as blood-spatter specialist Dexter Morgan — who's also a serial killer...2007-08-31
Genre: Drama; Starring: Michael C. Hall; Broadcaster: Showtime Networks Inc.; Status: On Hiatus; Seasons: 5, 8
Posted August 31 2007 — 12:00 AM EDT
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