Six Feet Under's Michael C. Hall stars in "Dexter"


Yesterday, daily must-read Pop Candy threw a gaggle of new readers my way after I simply passed on some information I had first read at Televisionary. Now I’m compelled to direct you to the wealth of TV riches over there. For example, there’s the preview of Showtime’s Dexter, which isn’t slated for it’s premiere until October. Six Feet Under devotees take note, your man Michael C. Hall aka David Fisher, stars in this new series (Last we saw David, he was tipping over in his picnic chair, taking his last breath as his man cool Keith drifted through memory). Hall plays our antihero Dexter, a forensic scientist who spends a good deal of his waking hours with the dead, not unlike David Fisher was accustumed to. The twist here is that Dexter, traumatic childhood and all, uses his forensic skills to track the serial killers whose deeds he comes across, and extracts revenge by nudging them towards their own grizzly deaths. Maybe not your cup of tea? Well according to Jace’s impressions of the pilot episode, despite the violent tone, there’s plenty to be looking foward to, specifically Hall’s performance. Anyways, think back a few years. The idea of a series focused on a nuclear family running a funeral home probably didn’t sound so enticing either.

Pilot Inspektor: Showtime’s “Dexter” – Televisionary
Also check out Showtime’s Dexter page, which features a short teaser video.

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