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Michael C. Hall Does Not Rule Out Dexter’s Adventures Beyond the Revival

Michael C. Hall Does Not Rule Out Dexter's Adventures Beyond the Revival

The revival of the crime drama series may not be the end of Dexter’s story.

Michael C. Hall, best known for the portrayal of our favorite serial killer Dexter Morgan, states the adventures of his character could go well beyond the revival.

Speaking with NME, the actor was asked if the upcoming limited series will be the end of Dexter once and for all.

Hall said,

I’m reluctant to say ‘definitely,’ you know? Let’s see. What’s plain now is that there’s 10 new episodes.

While Hall did not dismiss the prospect of more Dexter, he only acknowledged the 10 new episodes.

It was confirmed that Dexter would make a return to Showtime as a 10-part mini-series, offering a richer, more satisfactory conclusion than the original series finale.

Hall will take upon the role of the titular serial killer, and the show has been progressively incorporating cast members to its stable, including Daredevil and Thor: Ragnarok actor Clancy Brown as the lead villain of the renaissance. It’s also been documented that John Cusack shall enjoy a major and recurrent role.

Dexter aired on Showtime for eight seasons, with Hall leading the series as Dexter Morgan, a forensic blood-spatter investigator, working shifts as a calculated serial killer.

The restoration is said to commence from where the original series left off: after Dexter forged his death and departed from Miami, settling at Oregon as a lumberjack.

Though some aspects of the show—like the release date—are still elusive, it was recently announced that the revival drama will not take place in Miami or Oregon, but in a fictitious city in upstate New York dubbed Iron Lake.

With a variety of new characters and a whole new setting, it is certainly plausible that Dexter could go beyond a revival miniseries. However, nothing’s been announced yet.

Dexter limited series revival is expected to premiere on Showtime in 2021.

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Last modified: February 28, 2021