Before You’s Joe Goldberg, America’s favorite serial killer was Dexter. He has two jobs- solving crime in the daytime and killing people at night time. Seems like he has a lot in his hands. The show has been successfully running from 2006 to 2013 on Showtime. The thriller crime show starring Michael C. Hall as Dexter Morgan recently got a continuation, titled Dexter: New Blood. It is developed by Clyde Phillips and directed by Marcos Siega. Let us find out if the new series is available to watch on Netflix.
Is Dexter: New Blood on Netflix?
The long wait for nine years has ended as Dexter is back with the new season. The new season was premiered on Showtime on November 7th, 2021. This season will specifically have ten episodes which are directed by Marcos Siega, who already directed the past episodes. As far as the reports go, the TV series will not be coming on Netflix. But, you never know, it may appear on Netflix and that will be a treat for the subscribers.
Dexter was on Netflix last year. But at the end of 2020, all the seasons of Dexter were removed.
The star of Dexter: New Blood
Dexter: New Blood will have a lot of a similar cast from the past seasons. Michael C. Hall will again take the place of Dexter Morgan and Jennifer Carpenter will play the role of Dexter’s sister Debra Morgan. There will be many fresh faces with new roles. Other cast includes Jack Alcott as Harrison Morgan / Randall, Julia Jones as Angela Bishop, Johnny Sequoyah as Audrey, Alano Miller as Logan, Clancy Brown as Kurt Caldwell, Jamie Chung as Molly, Frederic Lehne as Edward Olsen, Oscar Wahlberg as Zach, and Michael Cyril Creighton as Fred Jr.
All you need to know about the plot
After 10 years, Dexter is back with a fake identity, Jim Lindsay, and also faking his death. The official synopsis from Showtime reads as, “Dexter is embracing his new life, but unexpected events in the community provoke his Dark Passenger.” With love affairs and new adventure, Dexter’s lust for love will arise more brightly. He has traveled throughout the country from Miami, Florida, to Iron Lake, New York. But, changing places doesn’t always promise that it will change the person. Dexter will always be a cold-blooded murderer.
Eight years after the lovable serial killer went into bearded self-exile, he returns for “Dexter: New Blood.” Here’s a refresher on where things left off. https://t.co/7VnRaMV37Z
— The New York Times (@nytimes) November 8, 2021