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Here are 11 great horror series that Netflix currently has creeping through the shadows, sinking their claws into your eyeballs so that you can’t look down at your phone during the episodes.
Of the TV shows that manage to reach pure greatness, however temporary, very few retain that level of quality throughout their entire runs. Here are 13 shows that should have come to a close well before they actually did, although some are very much still on the air.
TV Fans are pretty Netflix crazy right now. With original programming being released quickly, and spanning many genres, it would seem that Netflix would be on top of the world. But, are the much-hyped Netflix shows actually better than other premium networks?
There have been a lot of rumors over the past week regarding a Dexter remake, which would make sense due to a lot of shows being rebooted in this day and age. But let’s really break it down, and get to the truth.
Dexter may have ended, but that has not stopped one network from putting some of our favorite actors from the serial killer drama back together for the upcoming CBS drama Limitless, based on the film of the same name. Quinn and Deb will be together again! Well, sort of.
Like a bad ending can completely ruin an otherwise good film or book, a TV show’s final episode can leave such a bad taste in one’s mouth that it can change one’s perspective on the entire series. Here are 10 of the most terribly received series finales of all time.
With news that the Bud Bundy-centered Married…With Children spinoff is rolling along ever so slowly, we decided to look back at 11 other TV standouts whose lives we’d love to catch up with, mostly with the original actors taking on the roles of course.
The modern era of television can be summed up in many ways, with plenty of trends and tropes to choose as foundations. We’ve rounded up 11 of the most gruesome deaths TV characters have faced over the years. Yes, there will be spoilers.
Here, we’re shining a spotlight on ten of the worst offenders when it comes to great TV shows that got increasingly more frustrating as time went by. The shows that started off fantastic and eventually got lost in the smokescreen of their own wheel-spinning.
With largely piss-poor new characters, killers and plot development, Dexter spiraled downward into a finale that defied not just odds but main character Dexter Morgan’s M.O. in life. But for all the questionable choices found therein, Michael C. Hall is able to put the finale’s final scenes into a justifiable perspective.
A 17-year-old boy in Britain has been sentenced to twenty-five years in jail for the savage murder of his female friend. His attorney told the court his client was obsessed with the serial killer drama Dexter and wanted to emulate him.
A lot of people died on television in 2013. Maybe the number of small-screen fatalities are always this high but it sure seems like the past year went above and beyond in the death department. Big series offing two, three even four major characters was commonplace. No one is safe, especially on cable. Here are ten shows that featured some of the year's most memorable and/or shocking losses.
With Christmas just barely in the rearview and the new year upon us, now’s a good time to look back on what people were watching over the last year, or in the case of this latest compilation, what TV shows people were pirating most in 2013. As it happens, Game of Thrones has once again topped the list.
Still debating whether or not to shell out hundreds of dollars to purchase the Dexter: The Complete Series Collection Blu-ray set? Well, hang onto your wallets, as there’s a far more affordable way to binge-watch all eight seasons of Showtime’s serial killer drama, thanks to Netflix. The first four seasons of the series are set to arrive on Netflix streaming later this week, while the other four seasons will be made available in January.
Both Breaking Bad and Dexter developed loyal followings during the tenure of their respective runs, but while Breaking Bad went out with a bang, Dexter went out with more of a whimper. Many fans were disappointed with the last episode of Showtime’s subscription cable series and over the weekend, producer John Goldwyn spoke out about the finale, explaining why Dexter ended how it did.