‘Dexter’ Limited Series Gets November Premiere Date

by Thomas Tuna

You can hide from your past, but you can’t run away.

So says the ominous new trailer for the next season of Dexter, now set to debut on Showtime Nov. 7 at 9 p.m. (ET), according to a report on Deadline. The 10-episode season will mark the return to action of everyone’s favorite former Miami Metro Police Department forensic specialist who doubles as a vengeful serial killer.

But things have changed for Dexter Morgan over the last decade. “It was important that this not be Dexter Season 9,” said showrunner Clyde Phillips. “We wanted to acknowledge that nearly 10 years have passed, and we pick up with Dexter being in another place–far away from Miami.”

The series will still star Michael C. Hall in the titular role, along with Julia Jones, Jennifer Carpenter, John Lithgow, Clancy Brown, Alano Miller, Johnny Sequoyah and David Magidoff.

Phillips set the stage for this new season by saying the ending “will be stunning, shocking, surprising, unexpected. Without jinxing anything, I will say that the ending of this new season will blow up the Internet.”

The original 96-episode run of Dexter–developed by John Manos Jr. from the 2004 novel Darkly Dreaming Dexter–was nominated for 24 Primetime Emmy Awards and 10 Golden Globe Awards. The show also took home a Peabody Award in 2007.

Keep reading Horror News Network for any further updates on Dexter on Showtime.

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