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Monday
May072012

Wedding Bells for 'Bachelor'/'Bachelorette' Couple, 'Dexter' Star Julie Benz

FIle photo. Stockbyte/Thinkstock(NEW YORK) -- Who says The Bachelor franchise doesn't produce any marriages?

Landscaper Chris Lambton, who appeared in the 2010 season of The Bachelorette, and Peyton Wright, a contestant on the 2007 edition of The Bachelor, tied the knot at a South Carolina resort on Saturday, according to Us Weekly.

The couple began their relationship in 2010 and got engaged the following year.

They weren't the only celebrities to get married on Saturday. Former Dexter star Julie Benz wed Rich Orosco in Los Angeles, according to People magazine. The 40-year-old actress had been engaged to Orosco since last June.

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Friday
Jan132012

'Dexter' Will Likely Air for Two More Seasons, Says Showtime Exec

Frazer Harrison/Getty Images(PASADENA, Calif.) -- The Showtime series Dexter will likely end after two more seasons.

Speaking at the winter press tour in Pasadena, Calif., on Thursday, the cable network's entertainment president, David Nevins, said Dexter's eighth season will be "the likely endpoint, but I'm leaving open the possibility that plans could change."

Two of the show's main stars, Michael C. Hall and Jennifer Carpenter, had their divorce finalized last month, but Nevins said their professional relationship hasn't changed.  He said their real-life split "makes for an interesting ripple in the show."

Carpenter plays Deb, the adoptive sister of Hall's titular character.  The sixth season of the show ended last month with Deb coming to terms with the fact that she's fallen for Dexter.

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Monday
Nov212011

'Dexter' Renewed for Two More Seasons

Frazer Harrison/Getty Images(LOS ANGELES) -- Good news for fans of Dexter. The Michael C. Hall serial killer drama will live on: it has been renewed for at least two more seasons, each with 12 episodes, according to The Hollywood Reporter.

It is unclear at this stage if these seasons will be the last in the Showtime series.

Production on season seven will begin next year in Los Angeles.

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