Dexter (Michael C. Hall) was monitoring Zach Hamilton, who he suspected of killing his maid. He noticed Zach photographing crime scenes, and stalking a new victim. Zach had an obsession with blood, like Dexter, and was also seeing Dr. Vogel (Charlotte Rampling).
Dexter confronted Dr. Vogel, who said she thought they were similar. Dexter was offended, and disagreed, since Zach killed innocents. He said he’d kill Zach once he found concrete proof he was a killer. After he did, he informed Vogel. She suggested they teach Zach The Code instead, but Dexter refused. READ MORE
She might only have One Life to Live, but Tika Sumpter is definitely making the most of it! The Haves and The Have Nots vixen recently wowed during an appearance on E!'s Fashion Police. READ MORE
When Mrs. Hastings couldn’t get Ashley out on bail, the girls were all devastated. Spencer (Troian Bellisario), in particular, seemed to blame her mom for everything. Then, I remembered she’s a 16-year-old girl.
With everything that’s been happening to the girls lately, Ezra asked Emily (Shay Mitchell) if it had anything to do with A again. He was helping her with her college applications. He told Emily she should reach out to her old advisor, Zoe, from her volunteer work in Haiti for a recommendation letter. READ MORE
This week’s episode started with Dexter (Michael C. Hall) and Debra (Jennifer Carpenter) in family therapy with Dr. Vogel (Charlotte Rampling). Suffice it to say, Dexter was not happy his beloved sis tried to kill him.
Debra and Vogel both said it was her “rock bottom,” and would never happen again. However, Dexter was having none of it. He stormed out, and went to go track down and kill Yates. READ MORE
Tyler Perry’s brand of TV magic helped his pal Oprah earn a bit of good news. According to Deadline, Discovery CEO David Zaslav revealed OWN is now cash flow positive. Reportedly, cable networks are paying more for the channel, while The Haves and Have Nots and Love They Neighbor are drawing in viewers.
He singled out Tyler Perry’s Have And Have Nots and Love Thy Neighbor as “bona fide hits” that contributed to 39% ratings growth among women 25-to-54 in Q2. That was “the highest growth of any cable network” in the quarter and made OWN a top 20 network for women in June — and made it a top-3 network for African American women over the last eight weeks.
Josh Henderson and Julia Gonzalo joined their Dallas co-stars and the stars of TNT’s Falling Skies, Franklin & Bash, Major Crimes, Rizzoli & Isles and the upcoming The Last Ship to celebrate the network’s 25th anniversary at the Beverly Hilton on July 24. See more photos of your favorite TNT stars after the jump!