Dexter Morgan first graced the TV screens 15 years ago. Where did this groundbreaking character fit into the television landscape then and now? Executive Producer Scott Reynolds and TV journalist guest-host Stacey Wilson Hunt, discuss the cultural impact of Dexter® with multiple Emmy® nominee and Executive Producer Michael C. Hall, Showrunner/Executive Producer Clyde Phillips, and SHOWTIME® President of Entertainment Gary Levine. Starring Michael C. Hall. Don’t miss the premiere of DEXTER: NEW BLOOD, available to stream on Sunday, November 7th and airing at 9 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME.
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The original DEXTER series premiered in the fall of 2006 and starred Michael C. Hall as Dexter Morgan, a complicated and conflicted blood-spatter expert for the Miami police department who moonlights as a serialkiller. DEXTER: NEW BLOOD finds him living under an assumed name in the fictional small town of Iron Lake, New York, 10 years after his disappearance. Joining Hall is original DEXTER star Jennifer Carpenter as Dexter’s sister Deb in a new iteration. Jack Alcott stars as Dexter’s teenage son Harrison, who mysteriously returns to Dexter’s life after 10 years apart. The cast also features Julia Jones (The Mandalorian), Alano Miller (Sylvie’s Love), Johnny Sequoyah (Believe) and Clancy Brown (The Crown, BILLIONS®). Reuniting Hall with original series showrunner Clyde Phillips, DEXTER: NEW BLOOD consists of 10 one-hour episodes.