How ‘Dexter’ Revival Offers a Second Chance at a Last Impression

”We left in a place that was very open-ended and admittedly unsatisfying,“ star Michael C. Hall tells TheWrap

Michael C. Hall is aware — very aware — that the end of Showtime’s “Dexter” is one of the most mocked and derided finales in TV history. And eight years later, he’s finally ready for a do-over.

“We left in a place that was very open-ended and admittedly unsatisfying for people,” Hall, who played the serial killer Dexter Morgan over eight seasons, told TheWrap. “It remained a possibility, from the day we ended, that we might return. But it was only this version that felt worth doing.”

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Tim Baysinger

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