Friday, November 18, 2011

'Dexter' Restored for 2 More Seasons

Randy Tepper/Showtime "Dexter" Showtime has purchased two more seasons of Dexter. The Michael C. Hall drama continues to be kept in for 12-episode seventh and eighth seasons after securing inside a two-season deal for Hall to stay around the series. Production around the seventh season will start the coming year in La. Dexter opened up its sixth season in October, calculating 5.a million audiences on all platforms including When Needed, encores and Digital recording device, the greatest-ranked season up to now. The present months are executive created by John Goldwyn, Sara Colleton, Scott Buck, Manny Coto and Hall. PHOTOS: David Strick's 2011 Emmy Nominees Portraits of 'Dexter' and much more "Dexter's enormous success is indeed a tribute towards the great accomplishments of their cast, producers, and also the giant performance of Michael C. Hall," stated David Nevins, leader of entertainment at Showtime. "The series is larger than it's have you been in the sixth season, both when it comes to audience and it is effect on the cultural landscape. Along with Michael, the creative team on the program includes a very obvious feeling of where they intend to accept show within the next two seasons and, like a huge fan, I am excited to look at the storyline of Dexter Morgan engage in.Inch Hall added: "With respect to the whole Dexter family, we relish the invitation to delve ever much deeper into Dexter's world." No decision has been manufactured on whether both of these seasons would be the final ones from the series. Jennifer Contractor, Desmond Harrington, C.S. Lee, Lauren Vélez, David Zayas and James Remar co-star.

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