Lovecraft Country's Jamie Chung and Manchester By the Sea star Oscar Wahlberg will have recurring roles in the upcoming Dexter revival.Jon Fuge
Dexter star Michael C Hall explains why now is the right time to bring the character out of exile, describing the revival as a '10-hour movie'.Jon Fuge
Dexter will be joined by Julia Jones, Alano Miller, Johnny Sequoyah, and Jack Alcott, all of whom will encounter the beloved serial killer.Jon Fuge
Billions star Clancy Brown will star as the primary villain in Showtime's upcoming Dexter revival.Jeremy Dick
Showtime's Dexter was a cult favorite that kept viewers engaged throughout the series, though many were disappointed with the way it ended.Kevin Burwick
According to reports, the Dexter revival will feature two new primary characters, both of whom will be indigenous women.Jon Fuge
Details regarding the Dexter Season 9 big-bad have reportedly been revealed, with the studio eyeing John Cusack for the role.Jon Fuge
Director Marcos Siega will helm 6 episodes of the upcoming 10-episode Dexter revival.Jon Fuge
Dexter showrunner Clyde Phillips says Showtime's upcoming revival is a 'great opportunity to write a second finale' for the show.Jeremy Dick
Michael C. Hall will once again play Dexter Morgan in Showtime's upcoming Dexter revival series.Kevin Burwick
Five years after the Dexter series finale aired, Michael C. Hall reveals that he's open to a revival, but only under the right circumstances.Ryan Scott
Micheal C. Hall is a man searching for his missing daughter in Netflix's new original series Safe.Kevin Burwick
The actor has no immediate plans to revisit the role, but he doesn't write off the possibility of returning at some point in the future.
The actor reveals it would be daunting to commit to the character once again, although nothing is confirmed at this point.
Look back at the hit series with Sgt. Angel Batista and Capt. Maria LeGuerta as it makes its basic cable debut.B. Alan Orange
While the story would be new and not a continuation, it would still need Dexter Morgan. Showtime's David Nevins addresses criticisms about the finale.
The first four seasons of the hit Showtime series will be available starting October 31st. Seasons 5 through 8 debut January 1st, 2014.
Michael C. Hall, Jennifer Carpenter, James Remar, David Zayas and more reflect on their successful eight-season run and thank the fans for their support.
The episode attracted 3.3 million total viewers, making it the most-watched episode in the cable network's history.
The critically-acclaimed Showtime series starring Michael C. Hall comes to an end on Sunday, September 22 at 9 PM ET.