Published: Sun, October 18, 2020

Dexter showrunner reveals limited reboot will be like a second finale

Dexter showrunner reveals limited reboot will be like a second finale

The first arrangement ender in 2013 acquired notoriety for being one of the most exceedingly awful - or possibly generally disagreeable - finales in TV history, with Dexter enduring his long periods of slaughtering in Miami... to turn into a logger in Oregon.

Production on the upcoming limited miniseries is expected to begin in early 2021, with a tentative premiere date of fall 2021.

Not long after that unique arrangement finale, Michael C. Lobby disclosed Dexter's choice to go into self-banish was because Dexter wanted to release everything before it would, in the end, be devastated, and didn't kill himself since he's a "self-preservationist". Today, we're back with a thrilling dramatic series full of suspense and criminal practices named Dexter, which is coming back for another killing spree to entertain us in this hardcore quarantine life. "We want this to not be Dexter Season 9", Phillips said, while still making clear that, "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".

In recent times, more dramas and TV shows are being rebooted or revived and "Dexter" is now one of those shows after it was brought back by Showtime.

It was added that its showrunner, Clyde Phillips is also returning to manage the show. But for many fans and critics, the eighth and final season, especially the series finale, did not live up to expectations.

How will a new “Dexter” series redeem the worst TV finale

The upcoming 10-episode limited series at Showtime picks up where the original show left off in the final season. What happened in the first eight years happened in the first eight years'.

This is the thrilling, dark-comedy, police procedural series in which Dexter Morgan is the main villainous protagonist who works for the fictitious Miami-Metro Police Department and alongside is a vigilant serial killer.

Dexter subsequently faked his own death, starting over as a lumberjack in the solitude of Oregon's wilderness, a move that felt out of character for the show's loyal fans.

The ending was defended by showrunner Scott Buck at the time, who told Entertainment Weekly: "Even if I don't write an episode, I'm still in charge".

It's finally happening, people! However, plot details for the series are being kept under wraps.


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