Best TV Show Shot in Miami (2008)
Dexter isn't just a murderous psychopath; he is a Miami psychopath. In the first episode, he relates his hunger for blood to some people smashing stone crab claws at a fair. He disposes of his victims' bodies in Biscayne Bay and revels in his knowledge that Miami's police department is unlikely to catch him.
Michael C. Hall (from HBO's Six Feet Under) is Emmy-worthy as the psychopathic vigilante. He has mastered the silent stare of the homicidal maniac, sending chills through the viewer when the camera slowly closes in on his steely eyes and sadistic smile. Despite Dexter's murderous nature, Hall's performance actually makes you sympathize with the character as he seeks out only other killers (no innocents, no children) to chop into pieces.
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Best DirectorPaul Tei for Mr. Beast
Best Costume DesignEllis Tillman for Altar Boyz, Martha Mitchell Calling, and Urinetown
Best Day TripThe edge of town
Best Set DesignMichael Amico for Summer Shorts