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Nominations for the third annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards are in, with a sitcom and a horrifying drama leading the way.
The Big Bang Theory and American Horror Story: Asylum both racked up six nominations, while The Americans also fared well and even a few recently-canceled programs were showed with some critical love.
The ceremony will take place on June 10. Scroll down for a rundown of all the categories:
Best Comedy Series
Best Actor In A Comedy Series
Best Actress In A Comedy Series
Best Supporting Actor In A Comedy »
- email@example.com (Matt Richenthal)
Nominations for the third annual Critics’ Choice Television Awards were announced early Wednesday and CBS’ comedy phenom and FX’s creepy anthology scored a leading six nods apiece.
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In addition to securing one of the six best comedy series slots, Big Bang saw five of its actors recognized, including Jim Parsons, Kaley Cuoco, Simon Helberg, Melissa Rauch and guest star Bob Newhart. Ahs: A, meanwhile, scored nominations for best movie/miniseries, »
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The new footage offers glimpses of new scenes from "Dexter's" upcoming final season and one major component of Season 8 will be Deb's struggle to come to terms with La Guerta's murder in last season's finale. "Dexter never meant to back her into choosing her brother over La Guerta," Michael C. Hall (Dexter Morgan) says in the video above. "I think she's going to be questioning whether she killed the right person probably for the remainder of her days," James Remar (Harry Morgan) adds.
"Deborah is hitting a low point, searching for her bottom," Jennifer Carpenter (Deborah Morgan) says in the video. The trailer showed Deb strung out on drugs, sleeping with a man who appears to be her dealer, getting arrested for a »
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In the 3-minute trailer (above), Johnny Cash’s “God’s Gonna Cut You Down” eerily plays in the background as flashes of scenes from the upcoming final season sets the tone for what will likely be one of the most suspenseful tales the series has ever seen. And if Dexter thinks that trying to control the aftermath of what occurred in the season 7 finale is going to be difficult, the inclusion of a new character, Dr. Evelyn Vogel (Charlotte Rampling), will certainly complicate matters further.
Vogel is similar to the Frank Lundy (Keith Carradine) character in that that they’re both experts of the criminal mind; however, ...
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- Anthony Ocasio
An insider's look into La's notorious police department, the Peabody Award-winning Southland follows the complex lives of the dedicated patrol officers and detectives as they struggle to protect the innocent and remain righteous amid the iniquities of the criminals around them. Marshaling felons, victims and a city seething with corruption and danger, Southland presents a glimpse into the professional and private lives of the Lapd unlike any other. Warner Bros. Home Entertainment (Wbhe) will release Southland: The Complete Fifth & Final Season on DVD August 13, 2013. This 2-disc DVD release contains all 10 explosive episodes from Season 5 and behind-the-scenes bonus content. The DVD is available to own for $39.98 Srp.
In the fifth and final season of this critically acclaimed series, Officers Cooper, Sherman and Bryant, as well as Detective Adams, face some of their toughest personal and professional challenges yet. A dominatrix in overdrive. A case of infanticide. A Robin Hood bank robber. »
The cop who kills is back, with Season 7 of Showtime’s macabre dramedy, Dexter. Michael C. Hall returns in top form, with a sibling crisis on his hands, not to mention a bloody blade in them. With the eighth and final season on the horizon, seven was a return to form that a tired series needed. After an undeniable peak in the fourth, grisly season, the villains and plots have worked and failed in spurts, much like the blood of the seemingly endless victims in Miami. Fans finally have something fresh to celebrate, not to mention a renewed quivering anticipation for how the house will come down.
- Kyle North
You've got to love it when people are willing to mix it up a little. Let's face it; the traditional cop show has felt tired for years. Most are so formulaic that the crimes almost solve themselves.
But with "Motive," a new series premiering Monday, May 20, on ABC, the formula has been set on its ear. Creator and executive producer Daniel Cerone ("The Mentalist," "Dexter"), likes to say that most cop shows tend to be whodunits, while "Motive," as the name suggests, tends to be more of a whydunit. And with Kristin Lehman ("The Killing") starring as Detective Angie Flynn, it's a mustwatchit.
"I always wanted to create a series where you reveal the killer in the tease -- hearkening back to 'Columbo,' which is considered the granddaddy of all detectives, and basically the whole first act was showing the kill," Cerone says. "I've always been fascinated with that model. »
Am I alone in thinking Fox's upcoming new take on "Sleepy Hollow" looks like a helluva lot of fun? Check out these two new promos for the show, and let us know what you think!
"Sleepy Hollow" will air Monday nights on Fox at 9Pm.
What if you suddenly woke up from the throes of death 250 years in the future to find the world is on the brink of destruction, caused by unimaginable events, and you are humanity’s last hope? Welcome to "Sleepy Hollow," the thrilling new mystery-adventure drama from co-creators/executive producers Alex Kurtzman and Roberto Orci (Star Trek and Transformers franchises, “Fringe”). In this modern-day retelling of Washington Irving’s classic, Ichabod Crane (Tom Mison, Salmon Fishing in the Yemen) is resurrected and pulled two and a half centuries through time to unravel a mystery that dates all the way back to the founding fathers. »
- The Woman In Black
Showtime has released a great behind the scenes featurette for Dexter season 8. I'll warn you now... if you haven't seen season 7 yet, it contains spoilers. The video features the cast and crew discussing the story, the characters, and where they are headed. Aimee Garcia explains it perfectly saying, "Anything goes this season. There's no safe zone. Anyone can die. And anything can happen." The video also includes a lot of new footage.
As you'll see, there's a lot of crazy stuff coming our way in Dexter's final season, and I'm excited to see how it all ends! The series is set to air Sunday, June 30th at 9:00 p.m. Et on Showtime.
- Joey Paur
Chicago – I know — Another mystery show, right? When do we grow tired of mystery after mystery? Other cultures have to be amazed at our obsession with murder and the people who solve crimes. While I feel no genre is more glutted with filler than this one, ABC’s “Motive,” an import from Canada a la “Rookie Blue” and “Flashpoint,” isn’t half bad. It has a strong cast and decent mystery plotting. My exhaustion with shows like this hurts the program overall but if you’re into mystery shows, you could do a lot worse.
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Daniel Cerone, the executive producer of “Dexter” and “The Mentalist,” delivers “Motive,” a show built around a nice hook that keeps viewers engaged through the episode. In the very first scenes, you see a person labeled victim and one labeled killer. In the two episodes available for press, how these two people would »
- firstname.lastname@example.org (Adam Fendelman)
In this behind-the-scenes featurette, the cast of Dexter (Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter, James Remar, Aimee Garcia, and C.S. Lee) ruminate on what Dexter's fate might be as the Showtime series enters its final season. There is a lot of new footage in this featurette, with some interesting scenes, including a happy resolution to that scene where Dexter "loses" Harrison (it's a quick shot, something that whoever assembled this featurette probably shouldn't have used).
Dexter Season 8: Behind the Scenes
Dexter returns to Showtime for its eighth and final season on June 30th.
- Alyse Wax
If you saw Star Trek Into Darkness this weekend and couldn't quite place Peter Weller, the actor playing Starfleet Admiral Marcus, allow us to refresh your memory: Weller starred in two of the biggest cult films of the eighties, Adventures of Buckaroo Banzai and RoboCop, as well as in David Cronenberg’s adaptation of William S. Burroughs's The Naked Lunch. He's also had supporting parts on 24, Dexter, Fringe, and House. And if that weren’t enough, the man is currently finishing up a Ph.D. in art history. He talked to us recently about his stint on Star Trek, his diverse career, and his professor's problem with J.J. Abrams.How did you get this part?I had done an episode of Fringe, and I had a meeting at the Bad Robot offices about some directing work. And afterward this young guy follows me into the parking lot and starts talking to me. »
- Bilge Ebiri
Another behind-the-scenes video has arrived for "Dexter" Season 8, and it's loaded with more hints and sneak peeks of what's ahead in the show's final season. Check it out, and get ready for the ride we're sure to go on as... The End Begins.
"Dexter" Season 8, premiering June 30th, begins six months after Laguerta’s murder with Dexter (Golden Globe and SAG Award winner Michael C. Hall) still managing life as a dad, brother, and serial killer. As Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) struggles to deal with the consequences of her actions, a mysterious woman comes to work with Miami Metro, offering first-hand information on Dexter’s past.
The series also stars Desmond Harrington, C.S. Lee, Aimee Garcia, David Zayas, Geoff Pierson, and James Remar. Season 8 guest stars include Yvonne Strahovski, Bethany Joy Lenz, Rhys Coiro, Charlotte Rampling, Nick Gomez, Julian Sands, and Sean Patrick Flanery.
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- The Woman In Black
Magnolia Pictures has picked up Bone Tomahawk, the horror-western starring Kurt Russell (from everything awesome), Peter Sarsgaard (Green Lantern), Richard Jenkins (The Cabin in the Woods) and Jennifer Carpenter (Dexter).
S. Craig Zahler will direct the horror-Western for Caliber Media.
According to The Wrap, the film "follows an outlaw who unknowingly leads a band of cannibalistic Troglodytes into the peaceful western town of Bright Hope.
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Following weeks full of early 'Dexter' teasers and promos we're finally hit with the official trailer which features plenty of new footage from the final upcoming season. The new trailer reveals quite a lot, not overly spoilerish but enough I guess to ruin the whole mystique of the final season. Bethany Joy Lenz ('One Tree Hill'), Rhys Coiro ('Straw Dogs'), Charlotte Rampling ('Melancholia'), Nick Gomez ('Looper'), Sean Patrick Flanery ('Saw 3D') all join the forthcoming season. Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter are back one last time alongside the usual rabble whilst the sexy Yvonne Strahovski ('I, Frankenstein') will also return. The final season of Showtime's 'Dexter' kicks off on the network on 30 June at 9/8c. »
Trailer Louisa Mellor 20 May 2013 - 07:20
Showtime's Dexter is approaching its final run. Watch the first full season 8 trailer here...
"A crime scene might be the only place left where I can still control the chaos"
Showtime isn't exactly being coy with this latest footage-filled trailer for Dexter's eighth season. After weeks of teasers, the network has finally delivered a meaty three minutes of footage, taking us from the events of the season seven finale, through the increasingly messy aftermath between Dexter and Deb, and introducing recurring guest star Charlotte Rampling as psychopath-profiling neuro-psychiatrist, Dr Evelyn Vogel.
This is your official spoiler warning. If you haven't caught up with season seven, step away from the trailer...
Dexter's eighth and final season premieres on Showtime on Sunday the 30th of June in the Us.
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With just over a month to go before America's favourite serial killer returns to TV screens one last time, Showtime has released a full length three-minute trailer for the eighth and final season of Dexter, which you can check out right here... assuming you're fully up to date with the big season seven cliffhanger that is...
Season 8 of Dexter sees Michael C. Hall (Dexter Morgan), Jennifer Carpenter (Debra Morgan), Desmond Harrington (Joey Quinn), C.S. Lee (Vince Masuka), David Zayas (Angel Batista), James Remar (Harry Morgan), Aimee Garcia (Jamie Batista) and Yvonne Strahovski (Hannah McKay) all returning to the cast alongside series newcomers Charlotte Rampling (Melancholia), Sean Patrick Flanery (The Young Indiana Jones Chronicles), Kenny Johnson (The Shield), and Bethany Joy Lenz (One Tree Hill).
Dexter season 8 gets underway in the States on June 30th. »
- Flickering Myth
After seven long years our time with TV’s most charming serial killer is coming to an end. Dexter season 8 begins next month in the Us, with the first episode being broadcast on June 30. The season is set to be Dexter’s last and after Season seven’s explosive ending we head onto to the home straight even more excited and confused than we have been in the past.
How will Deb cope with the death of Laguerta? Will she crack under pressure or will she join Dexter and adopt her father’s code?
Will Dexter finally get caught and made to pay for all his crimes or will he end the programme on a high, starting a new life somewhere else?
The trailer for the new series was released and once again it has raised more questions than answers, so with that in mind here’s the five big »
- Liam Hoofe
Wanna know what Ray Stevenson likes about the opportunity to portray the, well, nasty Marcus Eaton - the cruel father of Theo James' Four - in Neil Burger's adaptation of "Divergent"? Stevenson spoke up on that very issue with Collider while supporting "Dexter" Season 7 on Blu-ray this week, explaining, "as an actor, I relish and delight in doing things that I’m not necessarily the demographic for. This is a demographic that is touching the psyche of a certain age group, facing the real internal questions of people who are going through rites of passage into adulthood." View slideshow: Ray Stevenson Nice to hear how eloquently he regards the gig, no? It seems like Stevenson might also be speaking to the societal implications of dystopia as a modern fiction trend in general. Do you think he's on point here. "It’s earth-shaking stuff," he continued. "I like bringing »
Showtime's teases for the eighth and final season of Dexter were appreciated, but we have all been waiting for a proper trailer that gives us an idea of where the season is headed. To say Showtime delivered would be an understatement.
The first full-length Dexter: Season 8 dips into spoiler territory so proceed at your own risk. You have been warned.
As the trailer depicts, the events of the Season 7 finale have really gone to Deb's head. She's taken up the bottle, both booze and drugs. She's having sex with seemingly random men. And she's telling her brother that she shot the wrong person in that trailer. In other words, she's completely out of control and unable to handle the guilt of murdering someone, a "gift" her brother possesses.
As if Deb wasn't enough of a problem for Dexter, there's a new neuro-psychiatrist in Miami homicide named Dr. Evelyn Vogel »
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