Monday, October 25, 2021

‘Dexter: New Blood’: Descriptions Released for Episodes 1 and 2

Dexter: New Blood is less than one month away, and Showtime has released episode descriptions for the first two episodes. The descriptions give a little taste of what Dexter’s been up to, as well as introduce the season’s main case. Read the full descriptions below.

Episode 1: “Cold Snap”

“For the past decade, Dexter has been living a quiet, isolated life far away from the temptations of his past. He’s found comfort in a new identity and has assimilated into small-town life as a beloved member of the Iron Lake community. When a local hotshot begins behaving recklessly, and a mysterious stranger seems to be on Dexter’s trail, he questions whether he can continue to suppress the murderous urgings of his Dark Passenger.”

Teleplay by: Clyde Phillips
Story by: Clyde Phillips and Adam Rapp
Directed by: Marcos Siega

Episode 2: “Storm of Fuck”

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“When a simple missing person case turns into a crime scene, Dexter’s cabin becomes home base for the search and rescue. Terrible timing for Dexter, who is trying to reunite with his long-lost son, Harrison. As Angela and Harrison become acquainted, Dexter struggles to keep his old and new worlds separate.”

Written by: Warren Hsu Leonard
Directed by: Marcos Siega

Dexter: New Blood premieres on Sunday, November 7 at 9 p.m. ET/8 p.m. CT on Showtime. Stay tuned for our review and weekly recaps. Keep up with all our coverage here.

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Julia is a writer/editor/content assistant for Nerds. She joined the team in 2019 but has always enjoyed talking about her favorite fandoms. When she isn't writing or working, you can find her reading, watching her favorite shows and movies, and building her repertoire of Dad jokes.

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