Monday, 9.30, Showcase This American drama debuted in 2006 and is now into its eighth — but last — season. Michael C. Hall ( Six Feet Under) stars as Dexter Morgan whose day job is a bloodspatter analyst attached to a fictional Miami police force. He leads another, secret, life as a serial killer born out of a troubled youth when he started killing pets following the murder of his mother. He lives by three rules: never get caught; his victims must only be people who kill for no reason; and he must be sure of their guilt. It has been claimed that the series has inspired several copycat murders in real life. Tonight, in Scar Tissue, Dexter tracks down another potential serial killer from neuropsychiatrist Evelyn Vogel’s list. She has picked Dexter for what he really is but can’t prove anything — yet. She begins treating his sister, Debra, for post-traumatic stress disorder after she — unbeknown to Vogel — witnessed the bro killing a fellow police officer. more than 150 countries, it captures the rivalry and camaraderie on board. Each boat has two fixed cameras covering the deck and a captain’s cam in the wheelhouse plus a producer and a cameraman armed with a huge supply of videotapes. A satellite phone for emergencies proved vital when one skipper, Phil Harris, had a stroke. He insisted they keep filming; he was flown to Anchorage for surgery but died a few days later. Tonight, having weathered a furious storm that took many wrecked boats off the air last year, they’re all back and trying to make up for lost income and mounting debts. To make matters worse, the red crab quotas have been slashed again, forcing more boats to venture out to the remote, deadly grounds of the red crab. And all the time the weather is as wild as the drinking and swearing among the rival crews. I felt woozy just coping with the swell. with Bruce Springsteen in a memorial concert for the late Gandolfini), songwriter, DJ and actor hasn’t strayed far from the mobster theme in this series (also screened earlier this year on SBS One). After testifying in a trial in New York against fellow gangsters, Frank Tagliano goes into witness protection in Norway. He liked the look of Lillehammer during the 1994 Winter Olympics. Well, why not? But morphing from ruthless gangster to jobless immigrant has its problems. The locals are a little cool and to break the ice he must crank up old habits. Tonight Frank is outraged to learn his pregnant wife, Sigrid, will have a male midwife, and one of his deals sours when his partner’s son converts to Islam. Police officer Geir Tvedt stumbles on a clue to Frank’s identity.