Season One of Dexter on Showtime was nothing short of non-stop excitement.
The twist at the end of the season (I won’t spoil it for those of you getting the DVD) was a fall-out-of-your-chair moment (for those who never read the novels upon which this series is based).
Michael Hall, previously known as the gay kid brother on HBO’s late series Six Feet Under, gives Emmy®-worthy performances as the complex and twisted star of this eponymous series.
Although others have criticized the second season as getting off to a slow start, I see it building up to a wild and exciting ride.
Interestingly, this new season does not borrow from the novels but, rather, boldly goes where Dexter has never gone before.
I only wish I was working in the writer’s room. Well, maybe I can get a job with the third season?