Wednesday, September 18, 2013

From LA Examiner: Sara Colleton Previews 'Dexter's' End; 'Supernatural' S9 Premiere Photos; Charles Michael Davis Previews 'The Originals'...



Showtime's Dexter may be a show with a serial killer at the center, but series executive producer Sara Colleton doesn't like to think of it as a "serial killer show." Like us, she considers its importance much deeper on a psychological level. This is why the final few episodes of the series see Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) struggling with choices and change, rather than tracking a big bad for his table like in seasons' past... [MORE]


"First Look: Supernatural season 9 sees Bobby's return, meets Ezekiel"

The Supernatural season nine premiere is almost upon us, and if you've been paying attention, you know it will have Sam (Jared Padalecki) facing immediate peril. The trials took a toll on him physically and mentally last season, and when we pick back up with the Winchesters again, he is down for the count and in a hospital, fighting for his life. Dean (Jensen Ackles) is left to guard him and ward off those who might be coming to take him out while he's already weak-- including and especially some of the new angels who have fallen after the events of last season's finale... [MORE] 


"Charles Michael Davis on why The Originals is like Scarface"

Charles Michael Davis may be the new guy on the block of CW's line-up, but his The Originals character Marcel is an old authority on New Orleans. Having once been taken under Klaus' (Joseph Morgan) wing, Marcel has surpassed his old friend's teachings and gotten a handle on both the vampire and witch situation down south. So when Klaus saunters back into town, things are much different than how he remembers them, putting him in a slight underdog position to the insanely charismatic but also seemingly omnipotent and powerful Marcel. The two were tight years before, and it appears that they will be again, but this time there is much more of an ulterior motive involved as Marcel knows how the line between friends and enemies can change in an instant... [MORE]

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