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Recurring Main Besides Michael C. Hall playing the title characterthe show's supporting cast includes Jennifer Carpenter as Dexter's adoptive sister and co-worker and later boss Debra, and James Remar as Dexter's adoptive father, Harry Morgan.
Lee as lab tech Vince Masuka promoted to title credits in season two. Erik King portrayed the troubled Sgt James Doakes for the first two seasons of the show.
Desmond Harrington joined the cast in season three as Joey Quinn ; his name was promoted to the title credits as of season four. Julie Benz starred as Dexter's girlfriend, then wife, Rita in seasons one to four, with a guest appearance in season five.
Dexter's infant son Harrison is played by twins, Evan and Luke Kruntchev, through season seven; in season eight, Harrison was played by Jadon Wells. Aimee Garcia plays Batista's younger sister, Jamie.
Jaime Murray portrayed Lila Tournay in season two, a beautiful but unhinged British artist who becomes obsessed with Dexter. David Ramseywho plays confidential informant Anton Briggs in season three, returned in season four, becoming romantically involved with Debra Morgan.
John Lithgow joined the cast in season four as the "Trinity Killer". Courtney Ford was featured in season four as an ambitious reporter who mixes business with pleasure, getting romantically involved with Quinn while simultaneously fishing for sources and stories. Julia Stiles joined the cast in season five as Lumen Pierce, a woman who gets involved in a complex relationship with Dexter after the tragedy that culminated the previous season.
Season five also had Peter Weller cast as Stan Liddy, a corrupt narcotics cop. Seasons seven and eight featured multiple guest stars, including Ray Stevenson as Ukrainian mob boss Isaak Sirko, a man with a personal vendetta against Dexter; Yvonne Strahovski as Hannah McKay, the former accomplice of a spree killer; Jason Gedrick as strip club owner George Novikov, also part of the mob; and Charlotte Rampling as Dr.
Evelyn Vogel, a neuropsychiatrist who takes an interest in Dexter. Ronny Cox as the Tooth Fairy killer. Sean Patrick Flanery joins the cast in season eight as Jacob Elway, a private investigator who Debra works for. Margo Martindale had a recurring role as Camilla, a records office worker who was close friends with Dexter's adoptive parents.
Anne Ramsay portrayed defense attorney Ellen Wolf, Miguel's nemesis. Valerie Cruz played a recurring role as Miguel's wife, Sylvia. In season six, Billy Brown was cast as transferred-in Detective Mike Anderson to replace Debra after her promotion to lieutenant. Crew[ edit ] The main creative forces behind the series were executive producers Daniel CeroneClyde Phillipsand Melissa Rosenberg.
Cerone left the show after its second season. Executive producer and showrunner Phillips departed the series, after a record-setting season-four finale, to spend more time with his family; 24 co-executive producer Chip Johannessen took over Phillips' post.
After the conclusion of season five, Chip Johannessen was revealed to be leaving the show after a single run,  and Scott Buck would take over as showrunner from season six. Critical reception[ edit ] Metacritic and Rotten Tomatoes scores per season Although reception to individual seasons has varied, the response to Dexter has been positive.
The review aggregator website Metacritic calculated a score of 77 from a possible for season one, based on 27 reviews, making it the third-best reviewed show of the fall season.
Hall's sly, cheeky performance is worth sticking around for. It broke records for all of Showtime's original series and was their highest-rated telecast in over a decade. The show was declared the ninth-highest rated show for the first 10 years of IMDb.
Hall five times in a row, from to Inthe show was nominated for a Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Drama Series for its second season Showtime's first ever drama to be nominated for the awardand its star for Outstanding Lead Actor in a Drama Series.
Winter, in a formal press release, again called for CBS to not air the show on broadcast television, saying that it "should remain on a premium subscription cable network" because "the series compels viewers to empathize with a serial killer, to root for him to prevail, to hope he doesn't get discovered".
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Twitchell says two things that introduce this article and the first is, “Mass production means mass marketing, and mass marketing means the creation of mass stereotypes.”. "The Daily You: How the New Advertising Industry Is Defining Your Identity and Your Worth" ashio-midori.com, timeshighereducation INC 9 February Web.
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