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It’s finally Thursday and we are officially one day away from kicking off the weekend! I don’t know about you guys, but I’m ready for some fun TV watching to wind down from my hectic day at work.
What’s hot on TV tonight? Find out what I’ll be watching (and DVRi’ing) right here
It was with a heavy heart and a big box of tissues that fans bid adieu to the Showtime hit drama “Dexter,” after eight seasons on the air last fall. There were many discussions about whether or not our favorite serial killer, played by Michael C Hall, got the ending that he deserved, but it can’t be denied that millions tuned in week after week to see who would be the next person to end up shrink wrapped to his table.
From AMC’s “Breaking Bad” to HBO’s “Game of Thrones” and even animated shows like Fox’s “Family Guy,” the characters were dropping like flies.
By Jennifer Vineyard The “Dexter” series finale enraged many fans for many reasons; chief among them was the fact that Dexter lived — and became a logger? — despite having… More
Now that the dust (and ricin) have settled from Sunday’s “Breaking Bad” finale, it’s worth considering what makes a drama series’ exit good or bad.
Television viewers tuned in to see TV stars celebrating each other but didn’t ignore what else the medium had to offer.
Dexter deserved better. So did “Dexter” fans, who, witnessing this Showtime drama end in a heap, were subjected to the lamest series finale since “Seinfeld.”
It’s hard to fully process one’s feelings about the end of a television series that’s lasted as long as “Dexter” has. This season started off strong, then took a turn for the worse. Still, I was optimistic that this final hour would be a redemption of sorts, a fitting end to the story of Dexter Morgan and his sister. As the closing scene faded from my television screen, my reaction wasn’t shock or sadness. It was anger.