"Dexter" may soon come to an end
When you have a police forensics expert who has some expert knowledge by way of practical experience, plot lines can get a little complicated.
Fans of the show "Dexter" on Showtime, know all too well of the intertwined habitat the title character keeps in the long-running show. Earlier this week, a comment on the show's future has launched fans into an intertwined uncertainty, which sent network executives scrambling.
CBS produces the cable program, and its top chief may have accidently revealed that the show's eighth season may be its last. Les Moonves, in a discussion with Wall Street analysts, said, "We have 'Ray Donovan' coming on with Liev Schreiber, which comes on with 'Dexter's' last season starting in June, and then we have 'Masters of Sex.'"
According to the Hollywood Reporter, this may be a sure sign that fan's favorite serial killer by be done for good, despite Showtime's latest statements saying the show's future is not yet determined.
The finale of the show's seventh season brought in 2.75 million viewers, and was the highest-rated scripted program to ever air on Showtime.
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It was already announced last year that this upcoming season would be the last one for Dexter. Old news.
TosaJim, you take the crown for the biggest wuss. Andy will be so sad to have been de-throne.
Dexter is a horrible and very disturbing show....a serial killer..killing serial killers. Why, as a society, do we glamorize these hideous people? I even had to stop watching Criminal Minds because...to me...it became too brutal and ugly.
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