Dexter Revival, the American crime drama television series, is all set to return with a 10 episode limited series. 2020 was a year full of shocks where very little would have overwhelmed anyone. After the renewal updates on Dexter, Michael C. Hall reprising his role as Dexter Morgan, one of the most beloved TV characters, the fans have become extremely excited about the show.
It was announced just a few days ago, around Wednesday, around 14 October 2020, that a 10 episode limited series will release. The co-president of entertainment for Showtime, Gary Levine, said: “Dexter is such a special series for the millions of fans out there and also for Showtime, as this breakthrough show helped put our network on the picture many years ago.”
Dexter Revival: When Will It Release?
Dexter Revival is expected to arrive by the fall of 2021. We have not got any updates from the network Showtime concerning the release date of Dexter Revival. But as per the updates, the revival series will start production from 2021, and it is expected to arrive by autumn 2021. And if you want to watch the show from the beginning, you can refer to Amazon Prime Videos. All the episodes from Season 1 to Season 8 is available there. And if you are from the UK, you can also refer to Sky and NOW TV to live all the previous seasons of Dexter.
Dexter Revival Cast Details: Who will be in it?
We only know that Michael C. Hall will be reprising his role as Dexter Morgan. Apart from that, we think Dexter’s adopted sister Debra played by Jennifer Carpenter, will also return in the revival series. Julie Benz, who played Rita, who also died in season 8, could also come back in the revival series as fans have not stopped talking about her return in Dexter’s forthcoming season.
That is all the updates we have on the Dexter Revival series cast details, but for more updates, we have to wait for an official word from the production house or the director; if we receive any further updates on this, we will let you know.
Dexter Revival: What Can We Expect?
In the Season 8 finale of Dexter, we found out that Dexter is working as a laborer in the Pacific Northwest, cutting up trees rather than well as all the Dexter fans are aware of People. It was unexpected to witness Dexter working as a laborer.
Talking on The Hollywood Reporter’s TV’s Top 5 podcast, Phillips stressed that he isn’t treating this as season nine. Rather than the second finale.
further added that “We will basically start from scratch,” he said. “We do not want this to be a Dexter season nine as almost ten years or more years have passed, and by the time Dexter Revival will air, and the series will show that time passage.”
He added: “So far as the show’s conclusion will have no similarity to what the original finale was. It’s a great chance to compose a second finale for our show, and Showtime was very supportive of that.”
The story for Dexter Revival is still under development, and Once we get the official synopsis on the show, we will patch it right in here.
When Can We Expect the Trailer?
Dexter Revival Trailer is expected to arrive by Mid-2021. Till then, you can enjoy season 1 – season 8 of Dexter, which is available on Amazon Prime, Sky, and NOW TV.
Dexter Reviews and Ratings
As far as Dexter’s ratings go, the show has pretty decent ratings from the viewers and critics. The show currently holds 8.6/10 on IMDb and 76 percent approval ratings from Rotten Tomatoes. Critical acclaim and awards recognition has followed the show over the years.
Hall was nominated in Emmy nominee for best actor for five times for his work in Dexter. The last five nominations occurred in back-to-back years for Dexter’s work (prior in his career, he got an Emmy nomination for his Six Feet Under) performance. Apart from that, Hall also received five back-to-back Golden Globe nominations and six Screen Actors Guild nominations for Dexter’s role and won both the honors in 2010.
Dexter has also won a Peabody Award in 2008 and was twice elected for AFI’s top 10 television series. In 2010, Hall and Lithgow won a Golden Globe for their performances in season four in their respective categories.