Dexter is Back!

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Excited for this one too.

I wish there was more shows coming that I was excited for....... But there just isn't. So it's this one and better call Saul for me, and that's it.

I pay the cable company way to much money.... But I'll just keep paying so I can watch my Dexter in November.

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The last episode of the original is perhaps the worst TV episode of all time.
 

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I have decent hopes for it. New writers like an above poster wrote.

I feel like Michael Hall wouldn't of done this if it was going to be like the last season, and as of now it's only a limited series of 10 episodes.
 

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I have decent hopes for it. New writers like an above poster wrote.

I feel like Michael Hall wouldn't of done this if it was going to be like the last season, and as of now it's only a limited series of 10 episodes.

I feel like Michael Hall is doing it for a pay check and the network is doing it to cash in on the nostalgia.

Like almost all TV, the first season or two where clever and novel. Then it quickly descended into "one ups" and "shock". After Rita's death it was basically trash, we just didn't want to admit it.

Last season was an absolute illogical dumpster fire and I don't see any possible way they can recover from that short of just retconing it as some dream.
 

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I feel like Michael Hall is doing it for a pay check and the network is doing it to cash in on the nostalgia.

Like almost all TV, the first season or two where clever and novel. Then it quickly descended into "one ups" and "shock". After Rita's death it was basically trash, we just didn't want to admit it.

Last season was an absolute illogical dumpster fire and I don't see any possible way they can recover from that short of just retconing it as some dream.

It's possible as I don't know how many roles he's had since Dexter.

But, he also stated that he would only return if the story line was good enough and the original showrunner is back for season 9(who left in season 4)
 

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The last season was awful but maybe they can make this decent. Luckily Billions and Yellowstone come back soon, we haven’t had much to watch in a while
 

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The last episode of the original is perhaps the worst TV episode of all time.
I liked the last episode. It was sad to me when he lowered his sister into the ocean.

What's your issue with it? Can't be worse than Fonzie jumping the shark lol?!
 

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I liked the last episode. It was sad to me when he lowered his sister into the ocean.

What's your issue with it? Can't be worse than Fonzie jumping the shark lol?!

I celebrated the death of his bitch sister. If only it happened sooner.

Riding the boat off into the storm was corny AF. Then miraculously he survives and is living somewhere in Washington? Dumb.
 

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