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This is it, people: the final season of Dexter, the show about a serial killer that kills serial killers (and sometimes other people, too).
This is it, guys and girls. Dexter, the show about a blood spatter analyst who is secretly a serial killer, is on its final season. Last season left off on a hell of a cliffhanger. Season eight starts on June 30th, and Showtime released this two minute sneak peek. Things are getting tense.
No, seriously. This is a question I've had to wonder of late thanks to Dexter, the hit TV show that follows a serial killer who kills other serial killers. This would make him a "good" serial killer—at least, as good as someone who murders people can be. That may sound ridiculous, but being privy to Dexter's…
While season seven of Showtime's critically acclaimed serial killer drama (I prefer serial killer comedies) Dexter doesn't start until Sunday, the Facebook app that allows fans to play episode-specific trivia is already alive and kicking.
Barely skipping a beat after releasing a Facebook game that lets players grow and sell marijuana a ‘la Showtime's popular show Weeds, Ecko|Code returns with a social game about stalking and murdering people. Don't worry, they're bad people.
NCsoft's Lincoln Davis plays up his uncanny resemblance to a certain Showtime serial killer during last Friday's Halloween festivities.
Dexter is a Showtime series about a forensics expert that secretly murders guilty suspects and collects samples of their blood. This is the game of that show made by a clothing designer.
I've never seen Dexter and I don't own an iPhone — but these iPhone cases almost make me want to play the new game Marc Ecko is putting out on Apple's de facto console.
Pretty odd, but considering the combination of Mark Ecko Entertainment, the iPhone and Showtime's serial killer drama Dexter, we can't say we're surprised. A little more surprising is the combination of gameplay genres.
Mark Ecko Productions and Showtime have given us our first look at the first game based on Showtime's Dexter — which is in turn based on the book series by author Jeff Lindsay — and, well, it's the iPhone version. Sorry if we got your hopes up, but it may make anticipation for the console versions that much higher. …
Well this certainly explains why Showtime Networks and Mark Ecko Entertainment were so reluctant to announce a platform when they revealed the game based off the forensic scientist / serial killer show Dexter. At a Comic-Con panel discussing the show, Mark Ecko himself appeared to drop details on the upcoming title,…