Michael C. Hall starred in 2006’s Dexter, a series about a very disturbed serial killer who tried to blend into society. The show originally lasted 8 seasons, with the finale being criticized for making no sense and providing no closure. The upcoming revival for the show titled Dexter: New Blood, is said to make people’s brains explode. Michael C. Hall has big hopes for the upcoming revival as well.

Many fans have also been wondering if any of the original cast will be reprising their roles for the upcoming season. Dexter actor James Remar previously stated that the original cast won’t be returning for the next season. However, that was contradicted by Jamie Chung, who stated that the cast from the original seasons will be making a return

Michael C. Hall also previously revealed that his character will be in a self-imposed exile at the beginning of Season 9 after his actions at the end of season 8.

While speaking during the TCA 2021 Dexter panel, Michael C. Hall talked about the upcoming revival for the series and hoped that it will provide definitive answers for fans who were disappointed by season 8.

I certainly do hope that watching the show is a satisfying experience for people who watched it originally and are curious about what happened to him. I certainly hope it does provide some definitive answers that aren’t primarily mystifying to people.

Dexter: New Blood will begin airing on November 7th on Showtime and will even feature the return of Dexter’s son Harrison. It remains to be seen whether it will rectify all the errors made in season 8 or not.

Thanks to Variety for the quotes.

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