Entertainment ‘Nature Is Calling’ In Cryptic First Teaser For ‘Dexter’ Revival

02:50  23 april  2021
02:50  23 april  2021 Source:   etcanada.com

dexter season 9: the teaser that puts in the atmosphere

 dexter season 9: the teaser that puts in the atmosphere no, the serial killer played by Michael C. Hall is not dead and buried: in 2021, Dexter resumes service for a season 9, no less than 8 years after the broadcast of the final of the series. A surprise return whose date of diffusion has still not been announced but which already fulfills the fans. After the first pictures, place with a glazing teaser that puts in the atmosphere. © Showtime The trailer of Dexter more than ever, the fashion of returns is topical in the world of series.

The very first teaser for the show was just released and it’s promising Dexter is up to his old ways. Click inside to watch… The teaser kicks off with us looking at an axe embedded in a piece of tree trunk outside in nature . A fire appears to be roaring in the background. “There really is nothing like getting back to My nature ,” Michael‘s Dexter can be heard saying in a voice over. The original series, which ran for eight seasons, centered on Dexter Morgan, who was a complicated and conflicted blood-spatter expert for the Miami Police Department but moonlighted as a serial killer. Find out who else is starring

A new teaser for Dexter season 9 previews the show's return to its murderous roots. Michael C. Hall's highly anticipated reprisal of the titular serial killer is set to bow sometime this fall. With original showrunner Clyde Phillips returning after his departure in the fourth season, fans are hoping the ten-episode limited series can rectify some of the mistakes made in Dexter 's original series finale. A new video for the season via Dexter on Showtime's Twitter teases a return to the main character's true nature . The brief video zooms slowly in on an axe perched on a tree stump while Hall narrates the clip.

Fans of "Dexter" were thrilled by the announcement of Showtime's plans for a limited-series revival of the serial killer drama that ended its run in 2013.

a person standing on a bed: Dexter © Showtime Dexter

When fans last saw Dexter Morgan — who lived by a strict code of only murdering those who truly deserved it — he had faked his own death and was working as a lumberjack somewhere in the Pacific Northwest.

A cryptic new teaser was unveiled on Thursday, indicating Dexter (played by Michael C. Hall) is still hiding out in the woods.

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“There really is nothing like getting back to nature. My nature,” says Hall in a voiceover, with an axe stuck in a tree stump while a fire crackles in the background.

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Michael C. Hall returns to voice over the cryptic teaser for the revival of award-winning crime drama ' Dexter '. The eerie teaser shows an axe in the snow while Dexter says he is returning to his nature .

Watch the cryptic teaser for ' Dexter ' Season 7, which will feature newcomers Ray Stevenson (Punisher: War Zone) and Jason Gedrick (Luck). For six seasons Dexter Morgan has held a unique ability to keep fans of the show on the edge of their seats. Each time you say to yourself "this is the episode where he finally gets caught", he goes and proves you wrong. His ability to maintain a career as a forensic blood splatter analyst within Miami's police department, raise a son on his own, and still be able to secretly satisfy his addiction to killing, is a huge part of the allure that has kept the ratings of

In a recent interview with The Daily Beast, Hall admitted he was among the many viewers to be disappointed by the series finale.

“Let’s be real: people found the way that show left things pretty unsatisfying,” Hall said, “and there’s always been a hope that a story would emerge that would be worth telling. I include myself in the group of people that wondered, ‘What the hell happened to that guy?’”

Meanwhile, Hall also spoke to ET Canada about reprising the role after nearly a decade.

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“I’ve never returned to anything in this way, after this much time, and acting as if all the time that’s passed has in fact passed for the character and they just turn the cameras back on, it’s gonna be wild,” he teased.

The 10-episode "Dexter" revival is expected to debut in fall 2021.

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