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Tuesday, December 29, 2020

POLL: Which Dead Characters Would You Like To See In a Flashback or Vision In The Dexter Revival?


They might be dead, but they may come back. Characters that had a big impulse to Dexter's personality are often making an appearance in flashbacks, visions or his... mind.

Although Harry Morgan was dead long before the pilot of Dexter, he was a huge part of the show in several flashbacks in seasons one and two, and later on as a presence inside Dex's mind. 

Rita and Doakes re-appeared on the show through flashbacks in the season 5 premiere and the season 7 finale respectively. In our poll below, you can pick two dead characters you're... dying to see making an appearance in the Dexter Revival. Cast your votes!

Sunday, December 20, 2020

Dexter Coming To Amazon Prime Video In January 2021


Dexter will be leaving Netflix by the end of the year, but it looks like there's still another chance for you to rewatch in preparation for the Revival. This time, via Amazon's streaming platform, Prime Video.

All 96 episodes of Dexter will be available on Amazon Prime Video, beginning Friday January 1st, 2021.
Image credit: Showtime

Friday, December 11, 2020

Dexter Revival Scoop - Season 9 Will Be Filming In Massachusetts

Dexter Morgan was living in Miami his whole life, until the series finale, were he left the Sunshine State, for a new life Oregon under a new identity.


Filming officially begins next month, and it looks like Dexter Morgan will be moving back to the East Coast. This time a little bit north actually. Continue reading to learn more!

Wednesday, December 9, 2020

POLL: Which of These Main Characters Would You Like To See Coming Back For the Revival?

Dexter revival begins production soon, and hopefully we'll have news on which main character(s) will make a come back for the new episodes.
 

In our poll below, you can vote TWO main characters you'd love to see returning for the Revival.

Saturday, December 5, 2020

Dexter Revival Casting - Showtime Eyeing John Cusack To Join Season 9


Looks like Showtime is interested in adding American actor John Cusack (Utopia) to the upcoming 10-episode revival, for an important recurring role, according to a report from website Illuminerdi.

Check out more info after the jump, and beware of possible spoilers!

Monday, November 30, 2020

POLL: In Which Country or Continent Do You Want to See Dexter Morgan Living In the Revival?


Dexter returns soon, but... where do you think he is right now? Last time we saw him was in Oregon living a new life as a lumberjack. Did he stay there through all these years, or he just left the state, country or maybe continent? And if so, in which place of the world would you like to see him in the upcoming ten episodes? Vote in our poll below!


Friday, November 27, 2020

Dexter Will Be Leaving Netflix By The End of 2020


America's favorite serial killer may be returning for an all-new season next fall, but unfortunately, he's also leaving Netflix soon. According to 'What's on Netflix?' Dexter will be departing from the popular streaming platform in the United States, on Thursday December 31st

That's unfortunate, considering most people are planning to re-watch all eight seasons in preparation for the 10-episode Revival in late 2021.

If you want to binge all 96 episodes though... there's still time. More than 30 days left!
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All Eight Seasons of Dexter Ranked By IMDb Average From Worst To Best

Now that the upcoming Dexter Revival is on its way, let's take a look at the best and worst seasons of the series, according to the votes on IMDb.

Image credit: Showtime

Although Dexter's overall rating on IMDb was 9.1 out of 10 before the release of the final season back in 2012, it still stands strong with 8.6/10 as we speak, out of 637K total votes. 

Let's see which seasons are the weakest and strongest according to peoples' votes throughout the years, by IMDb average!

Wednesday, November 18, 2020

More Details About the Dexter Revival - How Many Years After the Series Finale Will It Take Place?


As the beginning of production for the new Dexter episodes gets closer, more and more details about it come to the surface. 

Last time we saw Dexter was in Oregon. Living a new solitary life as a lumberjack, away from everything and everyone he knew, once he's considered dead by his (not so many) friends, family and colleagues. According to a little investigation and math, the final moments of Season 8 took place in 2012.

So... how many years later will the revival pick up? Is he going to be in Miami once again? Find out below, and beware of minor spoilers!

Marcos Siega (Seasons 2-4) Returns to Executive Produce and Direct Six Episodes of the Dexter Revival

Another big return from earlier seasons of Dexter! Marcos Siega, director from seasons 2, 3 and 4 will be back to the series.


According to The Hollywood Reporter Siega will direct and executive produce six(!) episodes of the Revival. On Dexter he's mostly known for directing episodes such as: Left Turn Ahead (Season 2 finale) - Resistance Is Futile (Season 2) - Waiting to Exhale (Season 2), I Had A Dream (Season 3) - The Damage A Man Can Do (Season 3) - Turning Biminese (Season 3) - Finding Freebo (Season 3)  Blinded by the Light (Season 4) - Living the Dream (Season 4). 

Netflix's "You", CW's "The Vampires Diaries" are some of his recent works. Welcome back to Dexter, Marcos Siega!
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Monday, November 16, 2020

Dexter Season 9 / Revival Begins Filming In January 2021

Lights, camera, ACTION! Michael C. Hall and *hopefully* some other familiar faces from past seasons of Dexter are set to return to their roles this January, after seven years


Production for the forthcoming Dexter Revival is set to begin in early 2021, although the current situation with COVID-19 may change the schedule a little bit. Rumor has it that the upcoming 10 episodes will take more time to film... to be specific, a couple more months than usual. Not sure if that's because of more demanding scenes, or just a "slower" production due to Coronavirus.

More filming updates and casting coming soon. Stay tuned, Dexter fans!

Friday, November 13, 2020

Dexter Revival - Julia Stiles on A Possible 'Lumen' Return: "I'm Open to Anything If It's Done Well"

In a new interview with Forbes, 'Riviera' star Julia Stiles commented on the highly anticipated Dexter revival. Her role as Lumen on Dexter was introduced to us ten yers ago, in the fifth season and gained acclaim for her performance throughout the 12-episode guest appearance. But how about a potential return to this role in the upcoming Season 9 of Dexter? When she was asked by Forbes about it she said that she doesn't have any clue about it... but she's open to a comeback.

“I have absolutely no idea about that,” the Julia said. “But I’m sort of open to anything if it is done well.”. What do you think? Is it possible to see her back on Dexter? Do you actually want her to return? Vote in our poll below!

Do you want Lumen (Julia Stiles) to return in the Dexter Revival?
Yes, I'd love to see her again on the show
No. Just no!
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Thursday, November 12, 2020

Michael C. Hall's the Lead Singer of the Electronic - Rock Band 'Princess Goes to the Butterfly Museum'

As you may know, apart from an amazing actor, Michael C. Hall has a great voice too. Years after his lead role in Broadway's 'Hedwig and the Angry Inch', he and former colleagues Peter Yanowitz and Matt Katz-Bohen decided to form a rock/electronic band


During the celebrated Broadway production, Hall portrayed the lead in Hedwig, Yanowitz (the Wallflowers) was on drums, and Katz-Bohen (Blondie) served as the music director. Then, when Yanowitz and Katz-Bohen went out on the Hedwig tour, they forged a bond. “We were like, ‘We should hang out when we get back to New York,’” says Yanowitz. And little to his surprise, they actually followed through, getting together to jam, and coming up with the initial demos.

Check out below, the latest music video of the band which was released yesterday, November 11th!

 
“And after a few months, we had several jams, and were like ‘God, it would be amazing to have a singer,’” Yanowitz recalls. Then, during a dinner with Hall, he played the actor some of the jams. And after loving what he heard, Hall was quick to volunteer. “He said, ‘If you ever need a vocal on these, let me know.’ And I was like, ‘Yeah, come over tomorrow!’” Yanowitz says. Hall then took a stab at adding his voice to top off what the duo had previous created. “He got out his notebook and just started making words, and came in with some words.” And this, per Yanowitz, was “the fun spontaneous beginning of the project.” 

Tuesday, November 10, 2020

Julie Benz Talks About Being Killed Off Dexter: "It Sucked, I Suffered From Panic Attacks"

In a recent interview with "Inside of You" Julie Benz discussed how she felt back in 2009, when the showrunners of Dexter decided to surprisingly kill Rita off the show.


"Getting killed off Dexter was pretty bad, I had no idea that was coming. I didn't know until three days before. They called me to the producers room, and I knew. When you're getting called by the producers, you're getting killed off the show... you just know that". She also revealed that she suffered from panic attacks afterwards. Check out the full interview from December 2019, right below:
 

Saturday, November 7, 2020

The Quarantine Adventures of Michael C. Hall In the Time of Corona - Instagram Stories

One thing we know about Michael C. Hall is that he isn't a fan of the social media and technology in general. This is why the following video may suprise you! 

Ever wondered how does our favorite Dexter star spends his quarantine in the times of COVID-19? Well... hit the play button below to find out! 

Also, funny thing about that this actually looks like what the actual 'Dexter Morgan' would do in the times we live in, as a lumberjack in Oregon. I mean the jacket is almost the same as the one in the final scene of the show!



Tuesday, November 3, 2020

The Dexter Kids In 2020 - What 'Astor and Cody' Look Like Today?

Christina Robinson and Preston Bailey aka Astor and Cody. Their last appearance on Dexter was in the seventh season, back in 2012. What do they look like now, eight years later?

Many of you may be wondering what happened to Rita and Dexter's kids after the finale. Well, since we don't know what's exactly the fate of Astor and Cody on the show after the 'lumberjack' ending, let's see what the actors who portraited them, look like in 2020.

Thursday, October 22, 2020

[Throwback] Remembering Clyde Phillips' Original Ending For Dexter Back In 2013

With Dexter finally returning next year, it's a great opportunity to remember Executive Producer Clyde Phillips' initial idea for the series finale... if he still remained involved with Dexter back in the early 10s.



So... as you may know, Clyde Phillips was the main showrunner of Dexter in the first 4 seasons. Aka, the seasons that are the most popular among the fans. After season 4 he decided to leave the show, in order to "spend more time with his family". 

After the final episode of Dexter back in 2013, he actually revealed on E! Online his idea for the series finale if he was still running the show. Most of the fans already know what we're talking about as we posted about it 7 years ago, days after the ending.

Warning! Clyde Phillips is back on the show for the Dexter Revival which means that... the upcoming 'second finale' of Dexter may resemble to the one he revealed seven years ago. Or maybe not just because all these years he actually had more time to think for a better script for the ending. 

Possible spoilers ahead! 

Friday, October 16, 2020

Dexter EP Clyde Phillips Spills New Info on Season 9: "It's an Opportunity To Make Things Right"

Exec. Producer Clyde Phillips who returns to write Dexter after his departure from the show after the fourth season, spills some new information on the upcoming revival.
 

Here's what EP Clyde Phillips said on The Hollywood Reporter's "TV's Top 5" Podcast about Dexter's return. Possible spoilers ahead!

"We basically do get to start from scratch -- we want this to not be Dexter Season 9."

"Ten years, or however many years, have passed by the time this will air, and the show will reflect that time passage. So far as the ending of the show, this will have no resemblance to how the original finale was. It’s a great opportunity to write a second finale."

"This is an opportunity to make that right," Phillips said. "But that’s not why we’re doing it." 

"We’re not undoing anything -- we’re not going to betray the audience and say, ‘Whoops, that was all a dream.’ What happened in the first eight years happened in the first eight years."

What do you think about the latest information? Sound off in the comments!

via TVLine
Image credit: Showtime

Dexter Revival - Jennifer Carpenter's Instagram Post Teases Possible Debra Return In Season 9?

Ghost Debra Morgan in Dexter Season 9?


On October 14th, right after Showtime announced the highly anticipated return of Dexter, Jennifer Carpenter posted the following photo on her instagram: 



The photo which was originally taken by instagram user Tyler Edward Davison, was followed by the caption: "I hope you saved a lil’ room for one more round".

Was that just her reaction to Showtime's announcement, or a tease about some kind of return for Debra Morgan in Dexter Season 9?

Image credit: Showtime

Wednesday, October 14, 2020

Breaking News! OFFICIAL: Dexter Returns For Season 9 / 10-Episode Limited Series in 2021!

It's finally happening, people! Seven years after the finale, Dexter's return is now official!
You're not dreaming, it's true. Earlier today it was announced by Showtime, that America's favorite serial killer Dexter, will be back for a limited 10-episode series!

Production of the ninth season will begin this winter. Clyde Philips, aka one of the original Executive Producers of the show will be the one writing the limited 10-episode season!

“Dexter is such a special series, both for its millions of fans and for Showtime, as this breakthrough show helped put our network on the map many years ago,” said Showtime president Gary Levine in a statement. “We would only revisit this unique character if we could find a creative take that was truly worthy of the brilliant, original series. Well, I am happy to report that Clyde Phillips and Michael C. Hall have found it, and we can’t wait to shoot it and show it to the world!”

Dexter will return with all-new episodes on Showtime, exactly 15 years after its premiere, in fall 2021.

More news coming!

Are you excited?