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Sunday, 27 November 2011

Watch Dexter Season 6 Episode 9 Get Geller 27th November 2011

Dexter receives help from an unexpected source while hunting the Doomsday Killers and staying one step ahead of Homicide; Debra discovers something new about herself in therapy. A likeable Miami police forensics expert moonlights as a serial killer of criminals who he believes have escaped justice..Watch Video Online Dexter Season 6 Episode 9 27th November Youtube Free live stream Online VIDEO Showtime Watch Pilot Episode For Free Trailer and Preview of 27th November 2011 Cast Crew Pictures and Wallpapers.Online Watch Dexter Episode Full On Showtime TV 27th November 2011 English Drama Serial. Watch Dexter Showtime Video online Free, Dexter Series Download Free Showtime 20 November 2011 Online Tv Live Streaming Get Geller.Summary :Based on novels by author Jeff Lindsay, Dexter follows the life of Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall), a charismatic blood spatter analyst who works in the forensics at the Miami Metro Police Department. On the outside, Dexter seems like the perfect guy -- he has a sister, Debra (Jennifer Carpenter), that adores him and a steady girlfriend, Rita (Julie Benz), with two kids that look up to him. However, what they don't know is that Dexter moonlights as a serial killer, only he isn't your typical killer. Basing his life on the teachings of his foster father, Dexter only kills people who truly deserve it: he ensures that those who got away with horrible crimes will never kill again..

HBO Actors, HBO Directors, HBO Writers, and Showtime's willingness to take risks that HBO might not see as profitable these days (Carnivale + Deadwood R.I.P.) make for a killer combination in "Dexter," the new Sho Comedy/Drama about a Serial Killer Killing Serial Killer (you read right). In my opinion, Showtime has always had a hard time producing an original series that's truly original and good, so it's incredibly refreshing to see the network pull such a "Hail Mary" move and come out on top. "Dexter" is, without spoiling anything, an excellent vehicle for Michael C. Hall, and explores the inner monologue of a Serial Killer in a way that has never been approached before without seeming too predictable or hokey. Watch it and you will not be disappointed. You'll even want to watch the next episode, which says a lot considering the network. I just hope they don't screw it up.

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