Paramount Home Entertainment are releasing all eight seasons of the award-winning television series in a new ‘one-of-a-kind’ Blu-ray™ collection! Also included is the 2021 continuation of the series Dexter: New Blood.
Following the shocking conclusion of Dexter: New Blood, CBS Home Entertainment has announced the upcoming release of a limited edition steelbook. This release will accompany a general Blu-ray and DVD release of the limited miniseries developed by Showtime as a continuation of the series Dexter.
Michael C. Hall stars in Showtime‘s upcoming revival of Dexter, a continuation of the original series that will essentially allow Showtime to make up for the show’s original finale.
Titled Dexter: New Blood, the new season premieres Sunday, November 7.
The brand new trailer sees Dexter attempting to keep his inner beast at bay, but new threats seem to be poking the bear at every turn. And it won’t be long before he kills again…
America’s favourite serial killer is back Michael C. Hall stars in Showtime‘s upcoming revival of Dexter, a continuation of the original series. And we now have the first trailer revealed during a panel for ComicCon@Home. Titled ‘Dexter: New Blood’ We also now know that the show will release November 9th 2021 on Showtime.
Jennifer Carpenter is set to return for the Dexter limited series revival at Showtime, a source close to the production confirmed to Variety.
Carpenter played Deb Morgan in the original series. Carpenter’s character is the adopted sister of Michael C. Hall’s Dexter Morgan, and was famously killed in the show’s series finale. Continue reading
According to Entertainment Weekly John Lithgow is set to make an appearance in the Dexter revival coming from Showtime this fall.
Awarded his fifth Emmy for the role as the “Trinity Killer” in the fourth season of the killer series’ original run, Lithgow’s character was soundly bumped off by Dexter Morgan himself in season-finale episode “The Getaway” back in late 2009.
Jackson White is in final negotiations to star as Jud Crandall in Paramount Players’ follow-up adaptation of the successful 2019 Pet Sematary, based on Stephen King’s book.
The film begins shooting in August and will debut exclusively on Paramount+.