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Dexter will square off against Charlotte Rampling in Season Eight; Sean Patrick Flanery joins too

Jan. 24, 2013by: Eric Walkuski
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As Showtime gears up its eighth, and possibly final, season of "Dexter", we're going to start gathering some casting and story intel on the dark drama. Today brings us some cool news on the casting front: British actress Charlotte Rampling has just joined "Dexter" as a potentially formidable foe.

According to EW, Rampling will have a recurring role as a neuro-psychiatrist who specializes in working with young psychopaths and profiling criminals in unorthodox ways.

Rampling is best known for her roles in THE NIGHT PORTER, THE VERDICT and, of course, ORCA.

Evidently the role has a significant impact on next seasons story. Will she uncover Dexter's secret hobby of murdering murderers?

We'll find out when "Dexter" comes back on air June 30th.

UPDATE: Deadline.com has just reported that Sean Patrick Flanery (THE BOONDOCK SAINTS) has been cast in the new season as well; he'll play Jacob Elroy, the ex-cop owner of a private investigation company in Miami.

Extra Tidbit: Do you hope that this is Dexter's last stand, or do you want further seasons after this one?
Source: EWDeadline

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2:13PM on 01/24/2013

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As far as seasons go, I would like to see more seasons but if it does end after 8 seasons I will not be disappointed. My favourite season is season 4 and John Lithgow should've have won something for his role as the Trinity Killer.
As far as seasons go, I would like to see more seasons but if it does end after 8 seasons I will not be disappointed. My favourite season is season 4 and John Lithgow should've have won something for his role as the Trinity Killer.
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2:28PM on 01/24/2013
He did win something, he won a Golden Globe and he thanked Michael C. Hall in his speech.
He did win something, he won a Golden Globe and he thanked Michael C. Hall in his speech.
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