Dexter: New Blood – set photo shows returning character

Dexter: New Blood is set to premiere November 9th on Showtime, new set photos released online today have given fans fresh insight into the upcoming limited series.


With the accompanying caption “Does Harrison have Rita’s eyes?” on Facebook, fans have been given their first glimpse of the return of Harrison Morgan (reportedly played by Jack Alcott).


During the network’s TCA executive panel Clyde Phillips stated the theme of the upcoming season would be “fathers and sons”.

Harrison Morgan is the biological son of Dexter and Rita Morgan, as well as the half-brother of both Cody Bennett and Astor Bennett.

During the series finale, Harrison is abandoned by his father, entrusting Hannah to care for him. Since he doesn’t want to endanger Harrison or affect his life, Dexter fakes a suicide at sea and moves away. He is seen living in the Pacific Northwest while working as a log truck driver.


Will Harrison follow in his fathers bloody footsteps? This theory has been discussed at length online recently.

“Set 10 years after Dexter Morgan went missing in the eye of Hurricane Laura, the revival sees the character now living under an assumed name in a world away from Miami.”


Hall is joined by Julia JonesAlano MillerJohnny SequoyahJack Alcott and Clancy Brown in the 10-episode limited series as well as returning stars Jennifer Carpenter and John Lithgow.


Dexter: revival trailer and release date

Get your copy of Dexter – Complete Season 1-8 on Amazon now.

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