As the series finale draws near for Dexter, VIP Fan Auctions is taking fans back in time to the pivotal second-season finale, “British Invasion,” in which Dexter (Michael C. Hall) is unknowingly spared from having his Dark Passenger revealed when firebug Lila (Jaime Murray) uses her incendiary skills to do away with James Doakes (Erik King). The auction site is offering the shirt and pants worn on-screen by Michael C. Hall in the episode. Click here for photos and additional information about this distinctive piece of Dexter wardrobe from television’s darkest antihero of all time!
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As the final chapter of Dexter draws near, Debra Morgan (Jennifer Carpenter) is dealing with the grim aftermath of killing LaGuerta and still struggling with family secrets, she has become one of the most intriguing characters on television. VIP Fan Auctions is offering the legion of Dexter fans an opportunity to claim a piece of the series (and Deb) by offering the grey, sleeveless silk-and-rayon razor-back dress that Jennifer Carpenter wore on-screen in the eighth season episode “Scar Tissue.” Click here for photos and more information about this stunning piece of wardrobe from one of the most popular – and controversial – television series of all time.
Dexter (Michael C. Hall) is a meticulous serial killer, which has helped keep him out of the electric chair for so many years – and allowed him to keep exacting his own brand of justice on those with their own Dark Passenger. Part of his ritual is dressing for the job, and now available at VIP Fan Auctions is Dexter’s iconic “kill costume,” which he has worn on-screen in multiple episodes. The wardrobe set includes his green jumpsuit and shirt, black boots and his ominous black apron. Do not miss your chance to own this key piece of wardrobe from one of television’s greatest characters. Click here for more information, photos and to place your bid today on a piece of Dexter before the series ends!
You don’t get many second chances in life – especially when ti comes to Dexter Morgan – but Dexter fans that passed on the chance to own one of the serial killer’s iconic “killer” outfits are in luck. Back from the dead and on the auction block are the shirt and cargo pants Michael C. Hall wore on-screen in multiple episodes (pictured above) where Dexter’s “Dark Passenger” takes control. Don’t miss this second chance to own a piece of one of the most talked-about series on television! Click here for more photos, information – and to get in on the bidding!
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The sixth-season premiere of Dexter finds the title character (Michael C. Hall) faking an injury to lure a pair of evil paramedics who traffic human organs into his clutches. It’s a (literally) shocking start to another pulse-pounding season that introduces the Doomsday Killer (Colin Hanks) and Professor Gellar (Edward James Olmos). Fans of Dexter have an opportunity to own a piece of the groundbreaking series by bidding on Dexter’s screen-worn wardrobe – a Perry Ellis linen shirt (pictured above) and pants (click here for photos and more information) worn by the world’s most sympathetic serial killer in the episode, titled “Those Kinds of Things.” Best of all, there are no blood splatters! Place your bid on this piece of Dexter history today!
Lumen Pierce (played by Julia Stiles) witnessed Dexter Morgan doing what he does best. Since Lumen is an innocent victim of the serial killer Boyd Fowler, however, Dexter allows her to keep his secret and the two ultimately form a partnership in hunting down and killing the others who subjected her to unspeakable crimes. Fans now have the chance to collect a piece of Dexter history at VIP Fan Auctions by bidding on Lumen’s four-leaf clover necklace and jewelry box, which were featured in the fifth-season episode “In the Beginning.” Click here for photos and details – or to place your bid.
Dexter Morgan may have one Dark Passenger, but the serial killer of serial killers has millions of fans. And now those fans have a chance to get closer to Dexter than ever before. VIP Fan Auctions is now offering props and wardrobe items straight from the set of Dexter, including pants and shirt worn on-screen by star Michael C. Hall (pictured above), a set of three screen-used Miami Metro Police file folders created by the Dexter props department for Season Five (including fingerprints, DNA test results and more), a shirt and pants worn by Desmond Harringotn (Det. Quinn) in the sixth-season episode “The Angel of Death” – and more. Click here to see the first round of Dexter auctions – and place your bid now!
Showtime has come to terms with Dexter star Michael C. Hall for a two-year deal which, in turn, allowed the network to extend everyone’s favorite serial-killer drama through an eighth season. “On behalf of the entire Dexter family, we relish the invitation to delve ever deeper into Dexter’s world,” says Hall.
“Dexter’s enormous success is a real tribute to the great achievements of its cast, producers, and the powerhouse performance of Michael C. Hall,” says David Nevins, Showtime’s president of Entertainment. “The series is bigger than it’s ever been in its sixth season, both in terms of audience and its impact on the cultural landscape. Together with Michael, the creative team on the show has a very clear sense of where they intend to take the show over the next two seasons and, as a huge fan, I’m excited to watch the story of Dexter Morgan play out.”
According to a report by Deadline.com, Hall will earn between $20-$24 million over the course of the new deal. Each season will be 12 episodes. Production on the series’ seventh season begins next year.
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Gwyneth Paltrow’s tenure as substitute teacher Holly Holliday on Glee struck the right chord with both viewers and Emmy voters. The actress, who appeared on three episodes of Glee last season, received the award for Outstanding Guest Actress in a Comedy Series during the Creative Arts Primetime Emmy awards ceremony on Sept. 10. Glee’s casting directors Robert Ulrish and Eric Dawson were also honored with the Emmy for Outstanding Casting for a Comedy Series. Glee’s Jane Lynch will host the prime-time Emmy Awards on Sept. 16, where fan favorite series Friday Night Lights, Boardwalk Empire, Game of Thrones, The Good Wife and Mad Men will vie for television’s top drama. Glee. Modern Family, 30 Rock, Parks and Recreation, The Big Bang Theory and The Office are nominated for TV’s top comedy.