Dexter (2006 - 2013)


Dexter

72%

Avg Tomatometer

80%

Avg Audience Score

Series Info

A forensic expert lives a double life as a vigilante-serial killer who murders wrongdoers who've escaped justice.

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Seasons

35%
Critics Consensus: The darkly dreaming Dexter lays to rest once and for all in a bitterly disappointing final season that is so hesitant to punish its anti-hero for his misdeeds, it opts to punish its audience instead.

2013, Showtime, 12 episodes

82%
Critics Consensus: Season seven represents a return to form for Dexter, characterized by a riveting storyline and a willingness to take some risks.

2012, Showtime, 12 episodes

38%
Critics Consensus: Heavy-handed symbolism, an unimpressive villain, and a redundant arc for America's favorite serial killer all conspire to make Dexter's sixth season its worst yet.

2011, Showtime, 12 episodes

88%
Critics Consensus: Michael C. Hall's remarkable performance invites viewers into Dexter's heart of darkness in a sorrowful fifth season that explores whether a hollow man can become a real boy.

2010, Showtime, 12 episodes

88%
Critics Consensus: The inherent comedy of Miami's favorite psychopath contending with domestic bliss and the unspeakable horror of John Lithgow's Trinity killer coalesce into one of Dexter's most sensational seasons.

2009, Showtime, 12 episodes

71%
Critics Consensus: America's most amiable serial killer has lost some of his dramatic edge, but this third outing continues Dexter's streak of delivering deliriously twisted entertainment.

2008, Showtime, 12 episodes

96%
Critics Consensus: The Bay Harbor Butcher secures his nefarious spot among the great television anti-heroes in a taut second season that is both painfully suspenseful and darkly hilarious.

2007, Showtime, 12 episodes

81%
Critics Consensus: Its dark but novel premise may be too grotesque for some, but Dexter is a compelling, elegantly crafted horror-drama.

2006, Showtime, 12 episodes

Cast

Michael C. Hall
as Dexter Morgan
Julie Benz
as Rita Bennett
Yvonne Strahovski
as Hannah McKay
Jennifer Carpenter
as Debra Morgan
C.S. Lee
as Vince Masuka
Luna Lauren Vélez
as Maria LaGuerta
David Zayas
as Angel Batista
James Remar
as Harry Morgan
Erik King
as Sgt. Doakes
Geoffrey Pierson
as Capt. Matthews
Devon Graye
as Teenage Dexter
Dominic Janes
as Young Dexter
Cristos Pappas
as Norberto Cervantes
Rudolf Martin
as Carlos Guerrero
Jaime Murray
as Lila Tournay
Keith Carradine
as Special Agent Frank Lundy
Jimmy Smits
as Miguel Prado
David Ramsey
as Anton Briggs
John Lithgow
as Arthur Mitchell
Yasiin Bey
as Brother Sam
Edward James Olmos
as Prof. James Gellar
Colin Hanks
as Travis Marshall
Charlotte Rampling
as Dr. Evelyn Vogel
Dana L. Wilson
as Angie Miller
Billy Brown
as Mike Anderson
Maxwell Huckabee
as Young Dexter
Aimee Garcia
as Jamie Batista
Courtney Ford
as Christine Hill
Dave Baez
as Gabriel
Sam Underwood
as Zach Hamilto
Dana Wilson
as Angie Miller
Jadon Wells
as Harrison
Tasia Sherel
as Female Clerk
Kenny Johnson
as U.S. Marshall Cooper
Daniel Buran
as Wayne Randal
Mary Alyce Kania
as Technician
Matthew Willig
as Little Chino
Mike Erwin
as Freebo
Josh Cooke
as Louis Greene
Don R. McManus
as Roger Hicks
Evan Kruntchev
as Harrison Morgan
Susie Taylor
as Det. Sue
Cristos
as Norberto Cervantes
Gary Kraus
as Sheriff Burns
Luke Kruntchev
as Harrison Morgan
Roger Hewlett
as Mr. Pryce
Justin Kane
as Off. Simon
Neeona Neel
as Jane Saunders
Neeona Neal
as Jane Saunders
Alex Schemmer
as Alexander Pryce
Joel Weiss
as Cal Rooney
Jeanne Tidwell
as Mrs. Donovan
Gina Comparetto
as Hot Blonde
Bruce Weitz
as Lenny Asher
Paul Lieber
as Bartender
Claude Shires
as Annoying Man
Pablo Soriano
as Det. Ramos
Eddie Kehler
as Droning Man
Mario Z
as Elderly Man
Ryan K. Smith
as Police Officer
Bryce Robinson
as Kid No. 1
Roy Rutland
as Desk Sergeant
Ron Rogge
as Blue-Collar Guy
Kaleigh Kennedy
as Kid No. 2
Dakin Matthews
as Dr. Pitman
Craig Patton
as Customs Officer
Julia Vera
as Old Cuban Woman
Max Gail
as Tour-Boat Guide
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