Finally, we get acquainted with Dexter revival. More than seven years later, Showtime announced in October 2020 that it was resuming the hit series, which was followed by a blood splash analyzer that doubled as a serial killer. The show ended its seven-year performance in 2013, when Dexter Morgan moved to Oregon and became a lumberjack. But a new teaser trailer for Dexter Season 9 reveals that he has returned to his old ways.
Watch the teaser trailer for Dexter Season 9
As a production of Dexter The revival continues, Showtime released a short trailer on April 29, which annoys what’s coming. Located in his cabin in Oregon, the video shows Dexter dressed just as he was in the original finale of the series, wearing a dark sweater with low-cut hair. “Don’t Let Me Be Understood” by Nina Simone plays impudently as she stares out the window and then turns to smile at the camera.
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Viewers also noticed the visible muffled sound of someone clogging up and trying to scream for help in the background, around the 0:13 mark. “You can hear someone tied up and stuck in the background of the trailer … can’t wait,” a Reddit fan wrote. Another person also pointed out that in the reflection of the window you can also see someone tied up and fighting. “Holy God, I missed that detail,” read a third comment. “I hope it’s as dark as naughty,” said a fourth fan.
It had previously been rumored that Dexter would kill again
While some people may be surprised to see Dexter again in his old ways, showman Clyde Phillips has previously said that Dexter will have trouble holding back his “dark passenger.”
“Dexter always has what we call the ‘dark traveler’ living in it,” he told TV Insider. “He is more down-to-earth than ever, but this dark traveler is a voice he cannot deny. It is Dexter. People will die. “
At some point, Dexter will move to the fictional New York City of Iron Lake, where he will face the villain Kurt Caldwell. Played by Clancy Brown from The crown, Caldwell is the “unofficial mayor” of the city.
On television, he “made the American dream come true by moving from large platforms, just like his father, to owning several trucks and stopping a local truck.” Powerful, generous, loved by all – he is a real man of men. If he is your back, consider yourself blessed. But if you cross Kurt or hurt someone he cares about, God help you.
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There is currently no official release date for Dexter revival, but should come out sometime in 2021. Be sure to check again with the Cheats Sheet for Showbiz for any updates to the show.