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‘Dexter’ Star Jack Alcott on Harrison’s Choice and an Emotional Day With Michael C. Hall

[This story contains spoilers for Dexter: New Blood, episode four, “H Is for Hero.”] This week’s Dexter: New Blood took on questions fans of Showtime’s serial killer series have been pondering for 12 years. In December 2009, Dexter‘s season four finale shocked audiences when the Trinity Killer (John Lithgow) murdered Rita Morgan (Julie Benz), leaving […]

‘Dexter: New Blood’ Team on What It Took to “Get It Right” With the Revival

Steering a story about the beloved fictional serial killer Dexter Morgan back to the small screen was both an easy and challenging endeavor. “Honestly, every TCA I would ever go to, people would ask me, ‘When’s Dexter coming back? Do you have any news on Dexter coming back?’ And I went, ‘It’s not gonna happen’ […]

Showtime’s ‘Dexter: New Blood’: TV Review

Michael C. Hall's serial killer and original showrunner Clyde Phillips are back for a limited series that trades Miami for upstate New York and features no lumberjacking at all.

Showtime Admits: “We Didn’t Do ‘Dexter’ Justice”

Showtime admits it didn’t treat its onetime dramatic flagship Dexter properly. Showtime entertainment president Gary Levine told reporters Tuesday that the network didn’t handle the show’s original finale very well. Dexter concluded in 2013 after eight seasons with a run of episodes that were considered by many fans and critics to be a creative nadir […]

‘John and the Hole’: Film Review | Sundance 2021

Charlie Shotwell plays an intense teen who traps his family in a forest bunker in Pascual Sisto's disturbing first feature 'John and the Hole,' also starring Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Ehle and Taissa Farmiga.

Taylor Kitsch on ‘Shadowplay’ and Taking on Darker Roles: “It’s the Most Fulfilling”

Taylor Kitsch talks about his new TV series 'Shadowplay,' which premieres at the CanneSeries Television Festival, and why he's taking on darker roles: "It's more my wheelhouse now ... it's the most fulfilling."

CanneSeries Unveils 2020 Lineup

The third edition of the television festival CanneSeries will feature the world premieres of Taylor Kitsch/Michael C. Hall series 'Shadowplay,' the Simon Pegg/Nick Frost horror-comedy 'Truth Seekers,' as well as a season 4 preview of hit French Netflix series 'Call My Agent.'

Taylor Kitsch Fights Crime in Post-War Berlin in ‘Shadowplay’ (Exclusive First Look)

'True Detective' and 'Friday Nights Lights' star Taylor Kitsch plays a Brooklyn cop setting up a police force in post-World War II Berlin in 'Shadowplay,' the new TV series from the creators of 'The Bridge.' The Hollywood Reporter has a first look at images from the series.

David Rooney: The Best New York Theater of 2018

The Hollywood Reporter's chief theater critic glances back over a year of theatrical highlights, on Broadway and off.

Michael C. Hall on Becoming ‘Thom Pain’ and the Lure of the New York Stage

The 'Six Feet Under' and 'Dexter' star discusses why theater matters to him and how he handles unexpected audience behavior while performing Will Eno's existential monologue.

‘Thom Pain (Based on Nothing)’: Theater Review

Michael C. Hall stars in a revival of 'Thom Pain (Based on Nothing), Will Eno's Pulitzer Prize finalist 2004 solo play, in which a man delivers a stream-of-consciousness existential monologue.

Michael C. Hall on the “Dexorcism” That Led to Netflix’s ‘Safe’

In a wide-ranging interview, the actor talks with THR about what he learned from David Bowie, Trump's America and, yes, his thoughts on a 'Dexter' (or 'Six Feet Under') reboot.