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Dexter (tv program)

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  • 'Dexter' star opts for a home with killer views in Los Feliz

    'Dexter' star opts for a home with killer views in Los Feliz
    Michael C. Hall of "Dexter" fame has bought a restored home in Los Feliz for $3.825 million. The updated 1920s Spanish Colonial and guesthouse have killer views of the surrounding hillsides and cityscape. Features include archways, beam ceilings,...
  • Emmy campaigning is more competitive than ever

    Emmy campaigning is more competitive than ever
    When the producers of "Modern Family" claimed in a full-page Variety ad two years ago that curvaceous star Sofia Vergara would run naked down Sunset Boulevard if the ABC sitcom won the Emmy (it did, and she didn't), it may have seemed as if award...
  • The Gold Standard: It's time for Emmy to surprise us

    The Gold Standard: It's time for Emmy to surprise us
    Backstage at the Emmys last year, reporters were squirming — and not just because of the ill-fitting rental tuxes and too-tight gowns. As "Modern Family" rolled to its third straight Emmy win for comedy series (after earlier pulling in prizes for...
  • Liev Schreiber's 'Ray Donovan' dives into seamy side of Hollywood

    Liev Schreiber's 'Ray Donovan' dives into seamy side of Hollywood
    Liev Schreiber exudes a cool, unstudied masculinity. Tall and thoughtful with stubble on a strong jaw, he breaks for a cigarette and coffee on the set of his new show, "Ray Donovan," which premieres Sunday on Showtime. The 45-year-old actor plays the...
  • Actor Michael C. Hall lists Hollywood Hills home at $1.995 million

    Actor Michael C. Hall lists Hollywood Hills home at $1.995 million
    Michael C. Hall of "Dexter" fame has listed his house in the Hollywood Hills at $1.995 million. Built in 1933 as a Spanish-style home with a red tile roof, the house was modernized by mid-century architect Hal Levitt, who used it as his personal...
  • TV's 'Dexter' inspired Marine wife's accused killer, letter says

     
    In a profanity-laced note in which she described in grisly detail how she killed a 22-year-old Marine wife, one of the three people now charged with murder says she patterned the killing after the television show "Dexter," about a serial killer....
  • 'Dexter's' Michael C. Hall sells Hollywood Hills home

    'Dexter's' Michael C. Hall sells Hollywood Hills home
    He didn't exactly make a killing, but "Dexter" star Michael C. Hall has sold his house in the Hollywood Hills for $1,937,500. The actor bought the property in 2008 for $1.75 million, public records show. Once a 1933 Spanish-style home with a red tile...
  • 'American Idol' host Ryan Seacrest picks a buyer

    'American Idol' host Ryan Seacrest picks a buyer
    Although it took almost two seasons of "American Idol" for Ryan Seacrest to select a buyer, the singing competition show host has sold his gated Hollywood Hills West estate for $11 million. He bought the property from two-time Academy Award-winning...
  • Acceptable level of TV violence is ever shifting for viewers, execs

    Acceptable level of TV violence is ever shifting for viewers, execs
    To any viewer who thinks "Sons of Anarchy" is too violent, consider the bright side: At least the castration scene got … um … deleted. Kurt Sutter, creator of the drama about a California motorcycle gang, presented the idea of showing a...
  • On TV, a new breed of Modern Woman

    On TV, a new breed of Modern Woman
    A ruthlessly self-aware political wife reconsidering her choices. A sensual socialite facing down an oppressive age with informed good humor. A group of young women so busy defying social expectations they've forgotten to have any of their own. A...
  • NBC hopes crime thriller fans will eat 'Hannibal' up

    NBC hopes crime thriller fans will eat 'Hannibal' up
    You just can't keep a good cannibal down. More than three decades after he first murdered and chomped his way to pop culture infamy, sophisticated serial murderer Hannibal Lecter is back, alive and well-fed. And although he has gone from the big...