Though only a few months removed from the series finale and intensely divisive final season, 'Dexter' will have us back on the table before long. Netflix has announced that the first four seasons will be available to stream on the site beginning this upcoming Halloween Thursday, with the final four seasons to follow shortly thereafter in 2014.
The shipwreck of 'Dexter''s final season has largely since been washed away by time and the vastly superior end to 'Breaking Bad,' but dedicated fans of the Showtime serial killer drama may still be scratching their heads about the character's finale fate. We may finally have an answer to the controversial closer, as a 'Dexter' producer claims Showtime execs refused to allow the ending series finale "Remember the Monsters" had built toward.
'Dexter''s disappointing final hour "Remember the Monsters" brought the series to an ultimate close this past Sunday, leaving an open-ended resolve that producers claim hadn't been written any other way. And while the final season of the Showtime serial killer hit has brought with it an array of criticism, none prove so biting as former showrunner Clyde Phillips, who himself had a drastically different ending in mind for the Bay Harbor Butcher.
For better or worse (much, much worse), 'Dexter' has finally carved its last cheek with this past Sunday's series finale, "Remember the Monsters?," bringing the Showtime serial killer series to a close after eight long years, the latter of which many fans proclaim to have taken a rather steep nosedive. And while we've had our own issues with the current season, producers Sara Colleton and Scott Buck stepped up to answer lingering questions, defend Dexter's ultimate fate, and discuss the future of the troubled series.
‘Dexter’ season 8 slices up the 12th and final episode of its closing year with “Remember the Monsters?” as Dexter's escape with Hannah becomes complicated by Deb's injuries and Elway's pursuit, while Saxon (Darri Ingolfsson) makes one final attempt to have Dexter pay.
Last week’s episode, “Monkey in a Box,” saw Dexter racing against the clock to find Saxon while Deb tried to keep authorities off Hannah’s trail, before her brother and Hannah could make their getaway together. So how does “Remember the Monsters?” close out the 8th and final season, ultimately the series?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Dexter’ season 8, episode 12, series finale “Remember the Monsters?”
Both we and fans alike have made no secret of our disappointment with 'Dexter''s eighth and final season, though it seems Showtime may not be content to give up on the Bay Harbor Butcher just yet. After talks of a spinoff continuation of the franchise seemed all but dead going into Sunday's series finale, "Remember the Monsters," new comments from Showtime President David Nevins suggests that 'Dexter' could live on in another series after all.
Though 'Dexter''s final season has been laughable at times, our long national nightmare comes to a close this coming Sunday with the Showtime serial killer's final installment "Remember the Monsters." And while we're not altogether optimistic 'Dexter' will pull out of its tailspin before the end, two new series finale sneak peeks tease an emotional climax for one of our mortally wounded favorite characters.
‘Dexter’ season 8 slices up the 11th and penultimate episode of its final year with “Monkey in a Box,” as Dexter races against the clock to find Daniel Vogel (Darri Ingolfsson) while Deb tries to keep authorities off Hannah's trail, before the two can make their getaway together.
Last week’s ‘Dexter’ episode, “Goodbye Miami,” saw Dexter continue his pursuit of Daniel Vogel while making the round of goodbyes with Miami Metro, and Deb considered her future with Quinn after making a decision to return to the force. So how does “Monkey in a Box” set us up for the last hour of the 8th and final season?
Read on for your in-depth recap of everything you need to know about ‘Dexter’ season 8, episode 11, “Monkey in a Box”!
'Dexter' season 8 continues to draw mixed reviews with the airing of last night's antepenultimate episode "Goodbye Miami," so is there any hope the final two episodes of the series will deliver a fitting goodbye to our beloved Showtime serial killer? Judge for yourself with the latest trailer for the final two hours, and two new sneak peeks of next Sunday's "Monkey in a Box!"