If DexterThe original series of the final series was not quite broken for you, the newly announced revival expects to make things right.
Showtime’s serial killer drama wrapped up the eight-time run seven years ago – THE SPOILERS WERE ALERT, AND I DIDN’T KILL – assassination of this protagonist and then send Michael C. Hall’s titular vigilance to the fake imposition imposed by death amidst nowhere. AKA the infamous Lumberjack End.
But getting a 10-episode revival in real time, many years have passed, “We usually do do Get started, ”said returning showrunner Clyde Phillips during the October 16 episode of the ever-entertaining Top 5 TV podcast.
“It simply came to our notice then Dexter Season 9, ”he continued. “Ten years, or so many years, have passed since this time it was released, and the show will see the passage of time. Until the end of the show, it will not be the same as how the original finale. It’s a great opportunity to write second final. ”
Given the warm reaction of the series finale in September 2013, from both viewers and even to the lead of the series Hall itself, “This is an opportunity to make it right,” Phillips said. “But that’s not why we do it.”
Regarding the correction / reconsideration of any specific suspected errors, “We do not undo anything,” Phillips maintains. “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. “
Said Michael C. Hall, sharing his own take on the original ending series The Daily Animal in 2014, “Like it? I don’t think I watched it, ”he added: It’s only natural because of how long we’ve been doing it, because of the storytelling capital we spend, because our writers may have gassed … Probably some people wants a more enjoyable they want a happy ending for her, either a happy ending or a more specific feeling of closure. “