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Published On: Thu, Apr 18th, 2013

Showtime confirms ‘Dexter’ season 8 will be the last, new poster and clip released

Producers have yet to confirm previously stated remarks that Dexter season 7 was the precursor the final season. Les Moonves stated as much, but it wasn’t until today that Showtime made it official – Dexter season 8 will be the end. (Full Statement below)

The Facebook announcement went out to the 13 million fans following the hit show’s page.

“When it debuted in 2006, DEXTER redefined the genre, by taking the anti-hero to new heights and pushing the boundaries of the television landscape,” said Matthew C. Blank, Chairman  and CEO, Showtime Networks Inc. ” DEXTER paved the way for the next generation of award-winning hit SHOWTIME series, and its cultural impact will be felt for years to come.”

“DEXTER is a landmark franchise for our network, and we cannot wait to unveil the conclusion of this series, as we know it, to the millions of passionate fans who have supported the show season after season,” said David Nevins, President of Entertainment, Showtime Networks Inc. “We’d like to thank Michael, Jennifer, andDEXTER ‘s indomitable cast, executive producers, writers and crew for eight incredible seasons.”

The exclusive new clip reveals the rising tensions between Dexter (Michael C Hall) and his sister Deb (Jennifer Carpenter) as the relationship gets increasingly strained over Dexter’s “killing.”

The new teaser earlier this month illustrated the Dexter’s control issues will continue.

Dexter season 8 will begin on June 30.

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In a special announcement this afternoon made directly to DEXTER’s 13 million fans on the show’s Facebook page, SHOWTIME confirmed that the upcoming eighth season of the groundbreaking series will be its final one. The announcement coincided with the release of an exclusive tease from the premiere of the series’ eighth and final season, which debuts on Sunday June 30th at 9 p.m. ET/PT on SHOWTIME. The series premiered on the network on October 1, 2006 and has grown its loyal audience every season since its debut. DEXTER was the recipient of the prestigious Peabody Award, as well as 25 Emmy® and 10 Golden Globe® Award nominations, and was twice named one of AFI’s top ten television series. 

“When it debuted in 2006, DEXTER redefined the genre, by taking the anti-hero to new heights and pushing the boundaries of the television landscape,” said Matthew C. Blank, Chairman  and CEO, Showtime Networks Inc. ” DEXTER paved the way for the next generation of award-winning hit SHOWTIME series, and its cultural impact will be felt for years to come.”

“DEXTER is a landmark franchise for our network, and we cannot wait to unveil the conclusion of this series, as we know it, to the millions of passionate fans who have supported the show season after season,” said David Nevins, President of Entertainment, Showtime Networks Inc. “We’d like to thank Michael, Jennifer, andDEXTER ‘s indomitable cast, executive producers, writers and crew for eight incredible seasons.”

The exclusive tease from DEXTER ‘s eighth and final season premiere gives fans a sneak peek into the mindset of Dexter and Debra Morgan after LaGuerta’s death in season seven.

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    […] Dexter fans will have a couple of months to go until the show comes to a close on Showtime, the sad news coming out now from the Los Angeles set is that after eight years, filming has […]

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