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ScreenCrave's Top 5 Most Disappointing TV Shows of 2013

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Thanks to streaming options like Netflix, television has gotten some serious competition. It's not the only place you can find quality programming. That's why everyone's been trying to step up their game. Some have proven they can stand the test of time, while others are falling by the wayside. In 2013, we saw our fair share of newcomers struggle to make their mark as some veterans lost their...

DVD and Blu-ray Picks for November 5 - 11

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There’s a lot this week if you like television and new releases, plus some great catalog titles. But we’re most excited for the release of The Right Stuff on Blu-ray, because it’s The Right Stuff

'Dexter': Watch The Season 8 Premiere Online

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Oh, Dexter.  Showtime’s programming crown jewel has just begun its eighth and final season, in which the cable network will finally allow the show to begin the endgame that should have resolved the series back in seasons three or four, instead of being unnecessarily stretched out for four more, increasingly terrible and poorly-written seasons.  But hey, ratings!  Dexter...

The Top 10 Most Anticipated TV Shows of Summer 2013

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Summer's almost here and you know what that means – beach trips and snow cones. TV isn't that appealing when it's 95 degrees outside and the kids are home. But you'd be surprised at how many great shows are premiering this sizzling season. Here's our list of the Top 10 Most Anticipated Shows of Summer 2013.

DVD and Blu-ray Picks for May 14 - 20

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For whatever reason Warner Brothers delayed the release of Cloud Atlas until now, which is surprising as it came out in October, and most films have a four to five month window before the hit home video. Well, we're glad it's here. It's a very strong week for catalog titles as well, so check out what's hitting this week.

'Dexter' May Get A Spinoff Because Showtime Refuses To Let It Die With Any...

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Dexter is one of the more unfortunate modern cable dramas in recent history—launching with a novel premise (a sociopathic serial killer whose adoptive father instills in him a “code” which only allows him to murder other murderers), the series had a solid first season, a great second one, and a pretty good third.  Then, the show’s propensity for constantly hitting the...

'Dexter' Season Eight Trailer Teases The Endgame

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Showtime’s Dexter—an ongoing, blackly comic drama about a Miami PD blood spatter analyst who moonlights as a serial killer, albeit one with a twisted code: only kill other killers.  The series began promisingly enough, with the total sociopath Dexter struggling to learn how to “be a real boy” while keeping his murderous urges in check.  However, much like real serial...

'Dexter': Final Seasons Gets New Cast Members, May Not Be The Final Season...

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Showtime’s Dexter has proven to be one of the most frustrating programs on modern television.  After showing incredible promise with its three highly entertaining first seasons, the show about a serial killer with a heart of gold took a turn for the worse in seasons four, five,  and six with inconsistent plotting, one-dimensional supporting characters, and endlessly obvious and...

Top 5 TV Shows That Got Their Groove Back in 2012

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Television is a fickle medium. A mediocre season can color an audience's perception of an entire series. It's a sad fact, but put away the tissues, because this year several fan favorites came back better than ever. After seasons ranging from mildly disappointing to eye-twitchingly awful, they've redeemed themselves. Here are five shows that got their groove back in 2012 -- Stella style.

Comic-Con 2012: 'Dexter' Panel Offers Season 7 Premiere Sneak Peek

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The biggest thing to come out of the lively (and crowded) Dexter panel at Comic-Con this year, was a clip that offered up the first two minutes of the Season 7 premiere. Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter, Yvonne Strahovski, John Goldwyn, Sara Colleton and Scott Buck all gathered at Ballroom 20 to...

New Year's Special: Five TV Shows That Should End In 2012

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2012 is now looming around the corner, and with it comes another year of TV watching (if you’re like us, that is).  Unfortunately, though, for every Breaking Bad, Mad Men, or Boardwalk Empire, there are about a dozen clunkers that just keep rolling onward, shows which should have ended years ago.  With that in mind, we here at ScreenCrave decided to group...

Showtime May Cancel 'Dexter' Despite Record Ratings

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It seems that networks have been getting a little wiggy lately, in that they’ve been threatening to axe their flagship shows—just yesterday, we reported that Fox might cancel The Simpsons over contractual disputes, and now Showtime might have to bring its wildly successful serial killer drama, Dexter, to a close over… you guessed it, contractual disputes.

New DVD Releases: Something Borrowed, Jane Eyre, Priest

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Rom-Com lovers get to bug out this week as Something Borrowed lands on DVD with the dubious honor of the first real summer release to hit shelves. Oh happy day! But the real winner this week are period film buffs who get The Conspirator and Jane Eyre on DVD this week. Two films which, after much investigation,...

Dexter Season Finale 'The Big One' - TV Review Round Up

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Another season of the Showtime hit "Dexter" has come to an end. Michael C. Hall, Julia Stiles, and Jonny Lee Miller committed multiple disturbing and vengeful acts over the past 11 episodes and they all came to ahead in "The Big One." Last week, Dexter discovered that Lumen had been kidnapped by Jordan Chase and he was hellbent on finding her (hopefully alive and not dead)....

Showtime Renews Dexter for Season 6!!

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For those of you wondering whether or not "Dexter" would come to an end after season five you can relax. Our favorite serial killer on TV is sticking around for another year according to EOnline. The site confirmed that the show has been picked up by Showtime for a sixth season, and it isn't being billed as its last. So there's hope for even more "Dexter" in...

Dexter: Season 5 Episode 10: In The Beginning - TV Review Roundup

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The fifth season of "Dexter" continues to chug along with its latest episode, "In the Beginning." The title sounds kind of daunting doesn't it? Lumen and Dexter took their teacher-student relationship to the next level and we're not just talking about killing. The dirty duo got it on! How did you feel about that? Here's what critics had to say about everything that went...

Dexter: Season 5 Episode 5: First Blood Review Round Up

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Sunday night, an all new episode of "Dexter" aired on Showtime entitled, "First Blood" (If that doesn't give you Rambo flashbacks you're not human). For the majority of the show, Dexter was trying to be a positive influence for Lumen by keeping her away from the dark path that he's taken. On the surface he seems genuine but there's a...

Dexter Review Roundup: Season 5 Episode 3: Practically Perfect

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What the hell is happening on "Dexter?" Our favorite serial killer is getting sloppy, in more ways than one. This week's episode entitled, "Practically Perfect" featured the character going into therapy (for the baby of course), which kick-started his "friendship" with fellow creepy guy Boyd (Shawn Hatosy). Those two getting together can only lead to one thing -- death. Check...

Showtime's Dexter Has a New Friend in Shawn Hatosy

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Shawn Hatosy is a former child star who's played every character under the sun -- almost. Over the past few years he's found himself playing cops (or guys on the right side of the law) and he wanted a change. Good thing for him the folks over at Showtime were looking for a new psycho to feature during the latest season of "Dexter." Goodbye officer, hello creepy sanitation...