‘Dexter’: Revival could have more than one season, suggests Michael C. Hall

Expectations for the return of the “Dexter” series are high, mainly due to its controversial and controversial ending, which many fans consider a big mistake.

And the future of the series, with its upcoming rebirth, may end up getting bigger than originally anticipated. In a recent interview with NME, star Michael C. Hall even considered the possibility of the production winning more than one season.

Avoiding a categorical response, he suggested that the proposal exists:

“I’m reluctant to say it definitively, you know?” We’ll see. What is obvious at the moment is that we have 10 more episodes ”.

Throughout the discussion, C. Hall also reflected on the popular character’s return, also considering his enthusiasm to continue his narrative, after almost eight years since his last episode aired.

“I can’t wait to get back to the role of Dexter. I’m not sure what to expect as I have never been back to work after such a long time. To be able to experience Dexter in a completely different context … we’ll see what it looks like. It was interesting figuring out how to do this and I think it was time to find out what really happened to him ”.

He went even further by stating that the return of “ Dexter ” hinged on a good story, which makes it into today:

“I just needed the persuasion of the passage of time, to be able to step away from this role and have more possibilities.” Seriously, it was about being introduced to a story that I thought was worth telling. There were already other proposals and possibilities for Dexter, other avenues that we started to consider, but this was the first one that was worth pursuing ”.

The cast will also include Jamie Chung (‘Lovecraft Country’), Clancy Brown (‘Star Troops’), Julia Jones (‘The Mandalorian’), Alano Miller (‘Sylvie’s Love’), Johnny Sequoyah (‘Believe’), Michael Cyril Creighton and Jack Alcott.

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It should be remembered that the plot of the revival will take place ten years after the events of Season 8 and will not take place in Miami, where the bulk of the series took place.

Check out the synopsis published by The Hollywood Reporter:

“Ten years after Dexter Morgan’s disappearance in Hurricane Laura, the new episodes will accompany the character living under a new identity … Far From Miami.”

Marcos Siega will return to direct six of the ten episodes. For those who don’t know, he had already directed nine episodes in previous seasons.

The revival of “ Dexter ” is set to debut in 2021.

Clyde Phillips, executive producer of the original series, will be the rebirth showrunner.

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