Jennifer Carpenter To Develop “Death Class” Series

Jennifer Carpenter To Develop "Death Class" Series “Dexter” actress Jennifer Carpenter will develop the new drama series, “Death Class”. The 34-year-old actress has teamed up with producer George Stelzner to adapt the nonfiction book “The Death Class: A True Story About Life” into a television show. The book was written by Erika Hayasaki, and follows the story of Norma Bowe, a Ph.D and registered nurse who teaches in New Jersey.

Bowe teaches a death preparation course at Kean University, and has gained national attention for her exploration of end-of-life issues. She also operates a consulting practice, and uses a variety of techniques to help clients come to terms with the realities of death. “Norma is such a dynamic force,” Carpenter says. “Her world is rich and textured, and the results of her work are inexplicably redemptive and life-affirming.” 

Michael C. Hall About Filming “Years Of Living Dangerously”: “I Jumped At The Chance To Reboot My Own System”

Michael C. Hall On "Years Of Living Dangerously" - Official Stills

When “Dexter” ended, Michael C. Hall wanted a new challenge … and found one that took him not only far away from that series, but also from home. The actor went to Bangladesh as one of the celebrity “correspondents” for “Years of Living Dangerously”, a Showtime documentary miniseries offering on-location explorations of the impact of climate change around the world.