Although Dexter: new blood finally put Dexter Morgan to rest, some fans are still hoping for season 2. The long-awaited Dexter revival released its tenth and final episode on January 9, 2022. Although some of the cast and creative minds behind the show are set to return, there’s no solid evidence that a second season will happen. Showtime’s Gary Levine recently made a statement about this possibility.
Dexter Morgan met his end in the revival series
Dexter: new blood picked up the story of Dexter Morgan 10 years after the events of the original series. After faking his death in a hurricane, Dexter lived a quiet life in Iron Lake, New York, until his son Harrison found him, and Dexter resumed killing. Dexter also realized that he was not the only serial killer living in Iron Lake.
The series ended with Dexter dead and Chief Angela Bishop and Captain Angel Batista about to expose his crimes to the world. Meanwhile, Harrison fled Iron Lake to go on his own. Fans quickly began to wonder if Dexter: new blood Season 2 or a spin-off series after Harrison will happen one day.
Gary Levine Says It’s ‘Too Early To Tell’ If ‘Dexter: New Blood’ Season 2 Will Happen
Executive producer and showrunner Clyde Phillips discussed the possibility of continuing Harrison’s story in a January 2022 interview with TVLine. “It’s all in Showtime’s hands,” he told the outlet.
“If they called me and said, ‘We want to do Harrison. We want you to find out, ‘I’m pretty busy, but I’d drop whatever I’m doing and jump straight into it. I’d love to do that, but it’s really up to Showtime.
Recently, the network informed fans about the possibility of Dexter: new blood Season 2. In another article by TVLine, Showtime Networks President Gary Levine said, “It’s too early to tell. We’re still enjoying the glow of the limited series, which was everything we hoped for.
Jack Alcott is set to reprise the role of Harrison Morgan
Jack Alcott has joined the cast of Dexter: new blood to play Harrison Morgan, Dexter’s teenage son. Alcott previously confirmed he was set to reprise the role of Harrison Morgan during an interview with gold derbies. “I love Harrison,” Alcott told the outlet. “Like, he’s such an interesting character.”
“There are things I love about him and things I’m like, ‘Wow, that’s like me.’ And there’s so many things that I’m like, ‘It couldn’t be further from myself.’ And I want to explore that as well. So yeah, for the chance to map this interesting and complex human being more and be on TV, yeah! Oh my God, Showtime, I’m definitely in for that.
All episodes of Dexter: new blood are currently airing on Showtime.
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