Season 8 of Dexter may be the show's last, but Showtime executives say they haven't ruled out creating a spin-off of the series. One option is to have an offshoot that centers on Deb (Jennifer Carpenter), the sister of Michael C. Hall's title character, according to The Hollywood Reporter.
Dexter's eighth season will be its last, Showtime officially announced Thursday.
As TVGuide.com first reported last summer, the Dexter producers had always planned for Season 8 to be the final season...
Dexter Morgan may have met his match.
Actor Sean Patrick Flanery will have a "major recurring role" in the upcoming eighth season of Showtime's Dexter, Deadline reports. The Boondock Saints star will play an ex-cop who owns a private investigation business in Miami.
[Warning: This story contains major spoilers from Sunday's finale of Dexter. Read at your own risk!]
Deb has crossed over to the dark side.
Dexter's foul-mouthed lieutenant took a very dark turn on Sunday's finale, shooting her long-time frenemy LaGuerta (Lauren Velez) in order to protect her brother Dexter (Michael C. Hall). So what does this mean for Deb (Jennifer Carpenter)? TVGuide.com turned to showrunner Scott Buck to get the scoop on whether the Morgan siblings will be able to cover up this murder and so much more! Plus: Is Season 8 really Dexter's last? Read below!
Sunday's second-season finale of Showtime's Homeland was titled "The Choice." Which could just as easily have applied to the seventh-season finale of Dexter that immediately preceded it. The ones making the ultimate choice, though, are the viewers, who must decide if they're willing to go where these dark bundles of insanity take them.
I echo Homeland's Brody when I say: "I'm in." I realize it might be hipper to join the Twitter snark parade, especially when it comes to Homeland's giant leaps of credibility-defying faith, but imagine how dull and dreary this fall would have been without this one-two punch of Sunday night high-octane entertainment.