‘Dexter’: Will the Revival Include the Alternate Ending?

Dexter returns with new events hoping to unleash his reputation. Although the Showtime drama was initially very well received, it declined in later seasons before ending up with what is known as one of the worst treasures in television history. Now, with the news of the Dexter revival, we wonder if it will end with the last ending.

Michael C. Hall
Michael C. Hall at a February 2018 event in Hollywood, California | Michael Tran / FilmMagic

The end of ‘Dexter’ left many viewers sad and disappointed

After watching Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) commit countless murders over eight seasons, onlookers expected him to be captured or killed. But instead, writers went with something completely unexpected.

After the death of his sister, Debra (Jennifer Carpenter), Dexter committed suicide. After sending his son and girlfriend away, he launched his boat into a suicide-like attempt. But as it happened, he was just relieved of his death.

In the final moments of the series, we learned that Dexter has moved to Oregon, where he works as a lumberjack. He can be seen sitting in a cabin and taking a cold look at the camera before the camera goes black.

Will the ‘Dexter’ revival take turns?

When asked this question in an interview with E! News, Philips, who is returning for the revival, did not give a clear answer.

“Everyone knows about that quota,” he said of his thoughts on ending. “And then if I say nothing of it in play, they know something else is going to happen if they say it all in play. Then, they know that’s going to happen so I can’t answer that. I can’t speak at the end of the show. ”

Although he did not say much about the ending, he said that the revival would take place years later and that “nothing gone” had happened in previous titles. Fans will be able to see for themselves what happens when Dexter returns later in 2021.

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