In case you are expecting a new Showtime announcement Dexter resurrection will reveal the most hated ending of the show is a terrible dream, showrunner Clyde Phillips has some bad news for you. Not bad as a serial killer on the loose, never brought to justice for his many, many, many crime, but sounds like a series of limited ten stages that will not wash the taste of Lumberjack Dexter in your mouth. Instead, they will give you a whole new taste and a chance at a “second end,” which will not leave the end of the series, but hopefully make things “right” about Dexterfrustrating last episode. Whatever that means.
“We really should start from the beginning,” Phillips told Hollywood ReporterTop 5 TV podcasts, in their episode released on Friday. “It simply came to our notice then Dexter Period 9. Ten years, or however many years, have elapsed by the time it will air, and the show will see the passage of time. At the end of the show, it doesn’t look like the original ending. It was a great opportunity to write a second finale for our show, and Showtime was very kind about it. ”
Series star Michael C. Hall is clearly also excited for a chance at a ‘second finale’ as well, Phillips said, though the executive executive said the opportunity to revisit the character and hopefully create an ending that Hall found satisfactory was not the reason the reboot was there.
“Michael is certainly aware that the ending was not well received, and I believe he was not entirely satisfied with it,” he said. “It’s an opportunity to make that right, but that’s not why we do it. We do it because there is a hunger for Dexter there. “
And if you hold your breath for Deb’s return, go ahead and release that one as well. “We’re not removing anything,” Phillips said, when asked about the possible return of Jennifer Carpenter’s bad personality. “We’re not going to betray the audience and say, ‘Whoops, it’s all a dream.’ What happened in the first eight years happened in the first eight years. “While Phillips could not say more, he said the reboot was not scheduled in Miami. If we end up with ten stages of Dexter logging in Oregon, so help us …