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'Dexter' Promo Introduces the Fresh Blood of Season 6 (VIDEO)

by Alex Moaba, posted Sep 9th 2011 1:00PM
Season 6 of 'Dexter' is dripping with fresh blood. And by that we mean there are a lot of new additions to the cast. Showtime released a promo that introduces us to all of the new characters.

Colin Hanks and Edward James Olmos join the cast as this season's villains. Olmos plays a twisted religion professor, Professor Gellar, and Hanks plays his student, Travis. Together, they conspire to carry out what they consider to be divinely-justified murders.

Rapper and actor Mos Def is also joining the cast, playing a character named Brother Sam. Dexter initially starts tracking him as a potential victim, but soon discovers he's rehabilitated himself with religion.

Check out more new character descriptions, and the 'Dexter' promo, after the jump.

Aimee Garcia, formerly of 'Off the Map,' joins the cast as Jamie Batista. She's Sgt. Batista's little sister, Harrison's new nanny, and hangs out in Dexter's apartment wearing a bikini top. I wonder where this is going.

Finally, Billy Brown joins the cast as Mike Anderson, a new addition to the Miami Metro homicide unit. He's from Chicago, and is an all-business straight-shooter who seems perturbed by the shenanigans that go on in his new office. In the promo, he immediately butts heads with Deb.



Season 6 of 'Dexter' premieres Sun., Oct. 9 at 9 PM on Showtime.

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Antonio Esteban

This piece of **** program is the story of a cowardly individual who tortures animals, plants evidence. frames innocent people...sad are these times when crap of this sort i nominated for n Emmy..

September 19 2011 at 10:01 AM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
jason

MOS DEF, not just MOS

September 09 2011 at 1:11 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply
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Alex Moaba

I'm having trouble keeping track of his many names these days.

September 09 2011 at 1:43 PM Report abuse rate up rate down Reply

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