Sunday, September 7, 2008

TwoCents 2008 Fall Preview - Sundays (SHOWTIME)

Showtime has a killer Sunday...

Show: Dexter
Premiere Date: Sept 28
Time: 9:00PM EST
TwoCents Staff Writer: Valeria
Starring: Michael C. Hall as Dexter Morgan, Julie Benz as Rita Bennett, Jennifer Carpenter as Debra Morgan, Erik King as Sgt. Doakes, Lauren Velez as Lt. LaGuerta, David Zayas as Angel Batista, James Remar as Harry Morgan, C.S. Lee as Vincent Masuka.
Where We Left Off: Last we saw Dexter, he underwent an epiphany of sorts. Even though he doesn’t believe in a higher power, he’s sure there must be something somewhere that makes him want to continue doing what he’s doing. So of course, he’s going to keep killing baddies, like he always does – or is he? After discovering the truth about his mentor and step-father Harry, he no longer needs to follow The Code. All I can say is that this season looks eff-ing rad.
Program Description: America's favorite serial killer is in the acclaimed Showtime Original Series DEXTER, starring Michael C. Hall. As a cool forensics expert with killer instincts, Dexter has got it made – but now, he may be getting more recognition than he ever hoped for. With his deadly secrets surfacing in Miami's treacherous waters, the police are on the hunt for a mysterious killer - and our unassuming antihero may have to work overtime to avoid catching none other than himself.

Show: Californication
Premiere Date: Sept 28
Time: 10:00PM EST
TwoCents Staff Writer: OPEN
Starring: David Duchovny as Hank Moody, Natascha McElhone as Karen, Madeline Martin as Becca, Madeline Zima as Mia, Evan Handler as Charlie.
Program Description: On the heels of the unprecedented audience and critical acclaim of its new original comedy series CALIFORNICATION, starring David Duchovny, SHOWTIME has renewed the series for a second season. The first season of CALIFORNICATION premiered on August 13th and has seen its audience steadily grow, becoming one of the highest-rated series on SHOWTIME. CALIFORNICATION is currently averaging the strongest tune-in level SHOWTIME has ever seen for a freshman series and is posting nearly two million viewers per week, which is the best season one average weekly performance the network has seen since 2004.

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