Director(s): Michael C. Hall
IMDB Rating: 9.1
Meet Dexter Morgan. By day hes a blood spatter pattern expert for the Miami Metro police department. But by night - he takes on an entirely different persona serial killer. But Dexter isnt your average serial killer as he only kills people who fit a very prolific and precise moral code taught to him by his late father Harry (he didnt kill Harry, honest), and developed very thoroughly throughout each kill. While dealing with his daily activities and his boss, Sgt. Doakes, the one man who may or may not know the truth about his after-hours activities, he is given a friendly message by a guy referred to only as The Ice Truck Killer - a crime scene where there is no blood. This shocking discovery turns Dexters world completely upside down. The Ice Truck Killer wants Dexter to play his game and Dexter is very eager to take on this cat-and-mouse chase throughout Miami.
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Mela O (19 May 2013)
I have to admit that in the beginning when I heard about this show, Iwas a bit wary about watching it, because it seemed so dark!! However,because my friend kept insisting it was good, I gave it a try. And I amvery happy that I did. Dexter is overall told from the point of themain character, Dexter. We follow him around as he does his deeds andwe get his witty and dry humoured narration of events that transpire.Yes Dexter kills people, but the way this show goes about explainingthe reasons and origins for Dexter's actions, and the ritual he hasbuilt up based on his step fathers teachings when he goes to kill aperson, kind of makes you feel for Dexter. But don't be fooled, theshow is not just about Dexter, one of the best aspects of this show isthat we actually get some insight into the characters that affectDexter's life, which are mainly the people that work with him at theMiami Metro police department. From season 1 to 5, we take severaltypes of journey's with Dexter; we get to see him grow and discoverhimself and as a result, we become more attached to Dexter. Dexterfeels like he is a monster, that the killing part of his life is a darkpassenger that he is burdened with. As the show progresses, it can makeone feel like everyone has their own dark passenger, even though somemay be more severe than others. Each season introduces a new thrill forDexter to unravel, and while he is unraveling the mysteries you will beleft on the edge of your seat!!! This show is so intense and very dramafilled. It is a well rounded drama, in that the casting is amazing, thestoryline is superb, the dialogue is great and the characterdevelopments make you feel like you are a part of the Dexter show!
x_thebrokenvow_x (19 May 2013)
Dexter is phenomenal. Ground-breaking, if you would. Michael C. Hall isincredible. He's the type of character that normal people would be tornbetween. So lovable. So calm. So clever... But SO terrifying. There's nothing more to it.The show leaves you with an uncomfortable feeling in the pit of yourstomach, yet also leaves you salivating for more.For my money, this is the epitome of what a drama should be.Kudos to the creators of this show for amazing casting, and even betterstories. And even more kudos to Showtime, for keeping an amazing showsuch as Dexter on television.
bondgirl6781 (18 May 2013)
I used to watch "Six Feet Under" and I am still mourning its loss afterHBO nixed it after five seasons. Then when I heard that Michael C. Hallwas set to play the title role of "Dexter" I was intrigued: a forensicexpert who is also a dangerous serial killer. WOW! I ordered Showtimeon Demand, etc. and I am now hooked! One of the best shows ontelevision besides Heroes, Lost, 24, and Weeds. Michael C. Hall plays Dexter Morgan, a forensic and "blood splatter"expert for the Miami Police Department. By day he helps solves crimesand by night he stalks and kills individuals who are just as dangerousas he is or worse. Dexter was adopted by Harry Morgan (James Remar), adecorated police officer, who was the first and the only one toidentify Dexter's sociopathic nature. Harry disciplines Dexter intosuccumbing into his urges by only going after those that are just asdangerous as he is, or those that have escaped justice rather thanDexter going after innocent people. In between solving crimes alongside his adopted sister, Debra (Jennifer Carpenter, a total change fromThe Exorcism of Emily Rose), who is also a police detective andspending quiet evenings and weekends with his girlfriend, Rita (JulieBenz, who is rather lovely in this role and well suited), a singlemother and victim of an abusive ex-husband, Dexter is also killing.Wonderful characters surround him: Sergeant Doakes (Erik King) is theonly one in the whole series that senses that something is not rightwith Dexter at all; Lt. Maria Laguerta (Lauren Velez), who is obviouslyattracted to Dexter; Vince Masuka (C.S. Lee, who is hilarious!),Dexter's forensic sidekick; and of course Detective Angel Batista,(Andre Zayas). This show is so amazing and incredibly addicting;Smartly written and beautifully acted led by Michael C. Hall, who iswithout question an actor that is severely underrated and worthy ofmore attention; He is so daring in his choice of roles and does notever fall into clichÃ©s. He presents Dexter as a character that we bothare frightened, sympathize, and identify with. Michael C. Hall alsoreminds us through his performance and delivery that Dexter is notBatman; Dexter is a monster; The only difference that distinguishesDexter from other serial killers is that he is disciplined. The pilotepisode says it all when he kills a pedophilic killer: "I havestandards." This performance is a total 180 from the departed gayfuneral director, David Fisher, of "Six Feet Under." The cast is alsoexemplary: Jennifer Carpenter is strong as Dexter's ambitious sister;Julie Benz is lovely and vulnerable as Dexter's damaged girlfriend(they have really wonderful scenes together; he could be killingsomeone and he answers her phone call pleasantly like a real boyfriendwould; James Remar is also excellent in flashbacks as Dexter's adoptedfather. Without question Showtime is about to put HBO out of thespotlight with this show and it's comedy "Weeds" and "Sleeper Cell."GO SHOWTIME!!!!
aaronrourke (17 May 2013)
Despite all the rave reviews, DEXTER proves to be quite a disappointingseries, failing to delve into the mind of a serial killer in anin-depth, challenging and compelling manner. After a promising set-up,the series goes nowhere, relying on quirky one-liners and slickproduction values rather than strong writing which gets under the skinof some potentially disturbing characters and themes. Every characternever gets past their initial set-up, providing no depth, and a growingsense of annoying repetition. Despite being based on a novel, theseries' writers seem to forget that character depth propels the story,and I don't know whether or not it happens in the novel, but the seriesmakes some fatal mistakes that make the story less interesting. MichaelC Hall proves a dull lead, but given the routine writing, he can't befully blamed. Having him occasionally look at the camera and smirk wasa huge mistake. The only actor who rises above the material is JamesRemar, a genuine film actor who has presence and knows how to inhabit acharacter. The episodes vary in quality, and the best episodes arethose directed by Michael Cuesta (who directed the under-rated filmsL.I.E and TWELVE AND HOLDING), who keeps a better balance betweenquirky comedy and the darker series DEXTER could have been. With mostmodern films/TV series, the story can only progress by people actingstupid, and unfortunately DEXTER suffers from this failing, which seemsmore irritating when characters seem smarter than Albert Einstein mostof the time. DEXTER is fun, entertaining, and very, very slick. Butwhen one sees what a dark, disturbing, blackly comic show it could havebeen, one feels rather short-changed. Given one of the show's veryclunky in-jokes, one should just watch American PSYCHO. It offers abetter, darker view of a serial killer (not to mention a far superiorlead performance), where the black humour is cleverly handled, not justa way to make off-putting material more acceptable for a mainstreamaudience.
dch48 (16 May 2013)
I agree that this is a great show. I just started watching it and havejust gotten started on Season 4. I think the writing is excellent andthe show is much better than Michael C. Hall's previous efforts on SixFeet Under. I like all of the characters except for one, Dexter'ssister. She is so crass and boorish that she loses almost allcredibility. I also find the fact that every guy that meets her startshitting on her is not believable since to me, she looks like a walkingskeleton. She's an okay actress but not up to par with the others andcertainly no sex symbol. Dexter's character is perfectly done, Batistaseems like a flawed but inherently good guy. Vince is just a total boobbut a brilliant one and La Guerta is also done very well. The one Ireally like is Rita who is totally engaging and believable. The gueststars have been consistently excellent and the cameo appearances bypeople like Max Gail and Adrienne Barbeau have added moments ofenjoyment for those familiar with television history. All in all aterrific show and I hope it continues for many more seasons.
moonbootica (16 May 2013)
Just watched the final of Dexter on FX, and I have throughly enjoyedthe entire series. Great characterizations , the cast do a great joband the comparison between Dexter's morbid life and the brightness ofMiami is just genius. Another excellent point is the gradual revealingof Dexter's history, building it up gradually till the thrillingclimax. Makes me curious to go read the books the series is based on.A deeply brilliant show!!!!!!!!I am looking forward to season 2 arriving on UK shores (which I imaginewill be next year)
Andrew Pelechaty (16 May 2013)
Normally, by the fourth season, most TV series start to go downhill.Not so 'Dexter'. After a slump in Season three, Season four is arguablythe best season since the first.There are a couple of reasons for this, first of all is the pacing.There are a number of plot points which run through the series: Dextertrying to catch the Trinity Killer (John Lithgow), dealing with Rita,Cody, Astor and the new baby Harrison, and Deborah digging deeper intoHarry's past. All of these plot points are well paced throughout thetwelve episodes, leading up to the shocking conclusion. Another reasonis the acting: Lithgow is absolutely superb as Trinity (without doubtthe best villain of the four seasons), and deserved his Golden Globe.While he starts out as a seemingly normal family man, he gets creepieras the series progresses. Michael C. Hall is brilliant as always. Hemanages to convey Dexter juggling his new-found "humanity" with hisneed to kill. His internal narration is better as well, as he doesn'ttend to state the obvious like previous seasons. The key for mostmainstream dramas is to care for the characters, Dexter has achievedthis, which ensures the show will have a long shelf-life once the"serial-killer-with-a-conscious" novelty value wears.
mr_filipe_lemos (15 May 2013)
It's refreshing to see that there are still courageous people inshowbiz. To take a novel like that, to resist the temptation of doing a2h30 film in which would be impossible to achieve the psique intensitythat Dexter transpires. This series, with great, great action, allowsto see our inner sociopate, to understand the reasons for cruelty in adamaged world. It's definitely one of the best things I've ever seen,and I can wait until I get my hands on the novel.Beware: sometimes it get gory: blood, lots of blood. Its not my wave,but it isn't gratuistious, and it can be easily overcome with some shuteyes.Recommended to all who like good entertainment but is tiered of theempty explosions10 *'s
fio3210 (13 May 2013)
Best Show Ever. Everyone I've ever talked to that has seen this show isabsolutely addicted to it. Every episode leaves me forcing myself towatch another one. Each show leaves me more in suspense of what willhappen in the next. Even if you aren't a person of killing and blood itis still a great show. Especially in the later seasons the blood andgore dies down. It is a perfect show and if i had it my way I would payfor it to never end. It's the perfect action drama show that is not tomuch drama with enough action. Plenty of hot scenes and is perfectsuspense.Absolutely love it.
Scholes Mike (12 May 2013)
I was an enthusiastic viewer of the Dexter series all over the seasons.Because the personality of the main character: Dexter is clever, alwaysone step ahead before everyone else (many times surprised the viewer),act before everyone else, strong, ruthless and insensitive. But thislast season was disappointing me. The protagonist wasn't even a tinystep before the happenings. He was lagging and always just reacting!Something happened and he didn't know what to do, so he asked hersister for help!? He still doesn't get all of the emotions, but gettingmuch more sensitive, and so on. So the writers were about to making astupid, vacuous, loser serial killer - who luckily always get away. Igave up at the half of the season. Dexter isn't that person, who usedto be.
Andrew Pelechaty (12 May 2013)
Normally, by the fourth season, most TV series' start to go downhill.Not so 'Dexter'. After a slump in Season 3, Season 4 is arguably thebest season since the first.There are a couple of reasons for this, first of all is the pacing.There are a number of plot points which run through the series: Dextertrying to catch the Trinity Killer (John Lithgow), dealing with Rita,Cody, Astor and the new baby Harrison, and Deborah digging deeper intoHarry's past. All of these plot points are well-paced throughout thetwelve episodes, leading up to the shocking conclusion. Another reasonis the acting: Lithgow is absolutely superb as Trinity (without doubtthe best villain of the four seasons), and deserved his Golden Globe.While he starts out as a seemingly normal family man, he gets creepieras the series progresses. Michael C. Hall is brilliant as always. Hemanages to convey Dexter juggling his new-found 'humanity' with hisneed to kill. His internal narration is better as well, as he doesn'ttend to state the obvious like previous seasons. The key for mostmainstream dramas is to care for the characters, Dexter has achievedthis, which ensures the show will have a long shelf-life once the'serial-killer-with-a-conscious' novelty value wears.
hmmdrmike (11 May 2013)
This show is so perfectly done that this review will sound extremelybiased, but I can't help it - it's simply that good. The characters areall incredibly deep and well developed. Even ancillary characters aregiven compelling story lines, you really get a feel for the people thatsurround Dexter's life.Then there's Dexter himself. I've never seen a character sosimultaneously expressive and emotionless. His constant struggles withhimself and his life are all beautifully played out on screen.All in all, you figure it must be a good show if you're rooting for aserial killer. enjoy
NHBshooter-1 (07 May 2013)
show time is finally giving HBO a run for its money... this excitingnew show is fast paced and keeps you on the edge of your seat... thecharacters are very well developed... the main character Dexter givesthe audience a peek into the functionality and motives of a serialkiller...the show is a unique take on an a lingering desire forforbidden knowledge that secretly dwells deep within the minds ofmany..a parallel storyline is that the main character is a detective aswell as a serial killer and he is in search of a meticulous killerdubbed,"the ice truck killer"... Dexter does not kill at random, heseeks out other killers and seeks to server justice as he see fit... avery entertaining new television show...I highly recommend giving it achance
JasonGOrtiz (06 May 2013)
I just spent the entire day watching the second season of Showtime's...Drama? Yeah, but it's more than that. Um... Comedy? Has it's moments,but not quite... Let's see... Thriller? Definitely suspenseful. Youknow, I don't think that there's a label befitting a show like this.How about "Dexter"? Yeah. That's the one. "Dexter" is the only way toclassify this show, because there is truly nothing else like it ontelevision.Not since the middle seasons of "The X-Files" have I been so mesmerizedby a television screen. I literally just spent 12 straight hours withnary a thought outside of: "Holy crap! What's gonna happen next?!?".I first became a fan of this show when I started a subscription toShowtime two years ago. I saw all of the first season episodes "OnDemand", and became curious when I read the plot summary. I hadn'theard anything about it at that point as I don't think it had quitetaken off yet.Needless to say, one episode in and I had an addiction. I finished thefirst season in two days and immediately proceeded to tell everyonewithin earshot about this wonderful new televised adventure. I stilllove the reaction when describing Dexter to someone who knows nothingabout it. "Wait, so the title character is a serial killer? And he'sthe good guy? The killer?!?" And it's not so much that Dexter is a goodguy, it's that you can't help but root for him. Go ahead and try. Idare you.Dexter is truly one of the most unique shows I've ever seen andlikewise one of the more interesting characters ever brought to life.Every episode has the viewer questioning Dexter's morals and whether ornot he's justified in doing the things he's doing. Isn't that whatgreat art is about? Making you ask questions? Some of which you reallydon't want to be asking yourself? So, if you haven't seen Dexter yet, Istrongly suggest doing so. The first season is on DVD (Already have acopy and watched it through twice.) and the second season is On Demandor all over Bit Torrent sites.
simon-470 (03 May 2013)
Everything about this series is superb. It keeps you watching solidlythroughout, keeping you on the edge of your seat until the very end. Ilove the writing, the acting, directing, production... And also thefact the each of the two series so far actually ends on a finalisednote rather than a cliff hanger. (cliff hangers bug the hell out ofme!) The whole premise of this series is a breath of fresh air comparedto all the junk TV out there. It explores the dark side of human natureand morality, it tries to make you think and wonder about it, offeringall the alternative view points. This show is a must if you craveintelligent TV viewing. Keep up the good work guys and gals.
chrismailat (03 May 2013)
What a crappy ending in season4! My wife and i are done with thisseries and will not watch season5. We can't believe that the writerwould write such a lousy ending.. thanks a lot! How can you start withsuch outstanding seasons en end in one bad episode? My wife was reallymore upset than i was.. I think a lot of people wont be watchingseason5 because of the last episode of season5 where Rita is found in abath full of blood. Well that's not really original.. we think this wasmore like he wanted Rita to leave the series?? That does not make anysense at all. We wish Rita all the best in her show desperatehousewife's!
jwaters327 (01 May 2013)
Dexter Morgan is a blood splatter analyst for the Miami Metro PD byday, and crusading vigilante serial killer by night. Many detectivecharacters 'always get they're man' but this one gets him and then putshim in several garbage bags on the floor of the ocean. This may soundoff-putting, however Dexter is more Bruce Wayne than Patrick Bateman,as all of his victims are other killers like himself. With snappy wellwritten dialog, and brilliant heart pounding plot twists around everycorner (delivered with a complete lack of fear by the writers) thisshow explores themes of love and family, good and evil, nature vs.nurture, and the nature of morality itself just to name a few. Don't befooled, this is not a crime drama, this is a very very dark comedymasquerading as a crime drama. It is without a doubt the best show onTV right now, and they're are not enough adjectives in the Englishlanguage to describe the depth and brilliance of Michael C. Hall'sperformance in the title role. If you have not witnessed it stopreading and start watching right now you will thank me and yourself!
Dr Jacques COULARDEAU (30 April 2013)
This concerns only the first season of this series and I know some ofthe things will not seem right to those who have watched the nextseasons. But that is just the point. The first season hascharacteristics that will change later and the meaning will change too.I will keep within the very limits of that first season. What we gatherfrom the first episodes is that this blood technician working for theMiami PD is the adopted son of a police officer. He was adopted at theage of four by this police officer because he had been traumatized bythe killing of his mother with a chain saw by some drug dealers. Atonce the series insists on the fact that this trauma caused anirreversible damage in the psyche of the child who is fascinated bydeath and needs killing just like junkies need their drugs. He isaddicted to inflicting death to other people. We will only learn quitelate in this season who his real father was, after his death actually,so we will never know the man really. We will not be given in thisseason any detail about the death of the mother beyond what I havesaid. And all the detail that comes up now and then is alwaysflashbacks in the memory of the child that Dexter was. Dexter recoversthat memory little by little just like any child or even adult would doin the case of a traumatic event. His foster father just tried to bringthis death impulse of his within some acceptable limits, within acertain code: you can kill but to survive hence you have to kill peoplewho are just plain dirty (I sort of remember this is the code of AnneRice's vampires). And that's what he has been taught and trained to do.First hide your impulse. Second pick the proper criminals. Third do itso professionally that you can never be suspected. This ideology thenis very typical. You can survive any trauma if you know what you are,if you accept what you are and if you find out why you are what yourare. When you finally know, then you are clear. The term comes fromHubbard but it is the one that is needed here. It may change later.This concept of clarity is doubled then with the Skinnerian concept ofabsolute determination of your whole being and future by the mould intowhich you have been cast in the very first years of your life. In thiscase, Dexter is a killer because of his trauma that happened when hewas four, hence he will be a killer all his life. No one can changethat. One can only teach the kid a code, a method, an art to do thingsalong a certain ethical line and not to be caught. That is pessimisticbut that is not the main interest of this first season. The maininterest is that another serial killer, the Ice Truck Killer, thoughnot being a copy cat, is obviously aiming at this Dexter. And hiscrimes that are very special in their style, method and delivery arethere to titillate Dexter, to chase or bait Dexter into a trap or acorner. Little by little we will learn the connection between the twoand that I won't reveal. In the end Dexter will have the upper hand andkill his competitor, along his own method, more or less. The secondinterest of this series is how Dexter can keep his secret for himselfin his own private life, hiding it from the women he is going alongwith, from his own sister (foster sister for sure but sister anyway),from his direct colleagues, from his department, etc. It is subtle anddifficult and there the actor is doing quite a good job, though theseries is more building the meaning with the environment of thecharacter than with the acting of the actor. As usual in Americanseries the actors are rather static and the stage director, the seriesdirector and the set designer are building around him or her a composedvisual moving environment that builds the meaning of the expression orspeech of the actor. Note in this case most of the discourse of themain actor is his own voice over the pictures. He is telling us a storyand it is often a commentary of what we can see. The next and essentialquality of this series is of course the real artistic and artfulsuspense that is built in each episode and in the twelve episodes ofthe season and that lets us absolutely breathless most of the time,even when we finally know who the Ice Truck Killer is, and then thesuspense does not go down one iota. In other words this series is sofar, first season only, Dionysian, quick, fast, dense, exhilarating,inebriating, intoxicating and many other things of that sort. In oneword it is addictive and habit forming. You may, if you have ten hoursand a half at your disposal watch the twelve episodes in one go and youwill never be bored, tired, de-concentrated. Try it and you will likeit I am sure.Dr Jacques COULARDEAU, University Paris 1 Pantheon Sorbonne, UniversityVersailles Saint Quentin en Yvelines, CEGID
movieLoader (30 April 2013)
Dexter uses the skills of actors, suggestions, subtle undertones, andunique story to carry the "art" of the production further than youraverage TV crime drama. The cards are dealt evenly over the 12 episodesof the first series... with each episode we learn a bit more about hispast, and become closer to him and his crimes.It's a fascinating journey the audience is taken on. We are *siding*with the serial killer, even though we shouldn't be. Part of the reasonwe like Dexter so much is because the actor brings to the character acurious calmness... control, an authority without effort. Anall-knowing, dare I say, "enlightened" presence - of which we allwouldn't mind in our own lives (minus the urge to kill), makes us keepwatching with continued fascination.I thought the series had a superb ending. It didn't try to be tooexciting and conclusive, but still capped off a good series to thatpoint, and satisfied our want for a short but very cool confrontationwith the other cop who didn't trust Dexter.Well done to the writers and directors. Top quality TV. Looking forwardto next series.9 / 10
mail-4601 (29 April 2013)
Definitely my favourite current TV show but I never pick the obvious.Liking the bit of originality to murder mystery format - a serialkiller you will like. The pacing is fast enough that plot is developedin each episode. The voice over works really well & the flash backs toDexters youth with his father are never overdone & always add to thestory. I feel the success of this show is the way it takes you intoDexters head so you know what he is thinking especially when he thinkshe is about to be found out.Michael C. Hall is the undoubted star of the show as dominants fromstart to finish of each episode as everything resolved around him.After his performances in Six Feet Under this surely puts him in the Alist of TV actors.It is a pity this show does not greater exposure on this side of theworld as stuck on limited available cable channel.Waiting to see how series 2 develops.
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