How to Watch ‘Dexter: New Blood’ Without Cable




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Eight years after the series finale, Dexter has made its long-awaited return with Dexter: New Blood. The revival series will be set approximately 10 years after the season 8 finale in the fictional town of Iron Lake, New York. 

The show will pick up with Dexter Morgan living under the name of Jim Lindsay, a local shopkeeper. Since the conclusion of the original series, Dexter has suppressed his urges, and is still close to law enforcement, as he’s in a relationship with Iron Lake’s chief of police. Things become dire after a string of incidents occur around the small town and Dexter fears that his urges have returned and his “dark passenger” has revealed itself. 

Based on the Dexter novels by Jeff Lindsay, showrunner Clyde Phillips returns for the 10-episode limited series. Franchise star Michael C. Hall will reprise his role as Dexter Morgan, who has changed his identity to Jim Lindsay, a local shopkeeper. Debra Morgan (Jennifer Carpenter) will be returning as Dexter’s imaginary iteration of her. Jack Alcott will portray Dexter’s son Harrison Morgan/Randall in the revival series. The show will feature a cameo from John Lithgow as Arthur Mitchell aka the Trinity Killer.

New Blood will feature plenty of new faces. Clancy Brown (as Kurt Caldwell), Julia Jones (as Chief of Police Angela Bishop), Alano Miller (as Logan), Johnny Sequoyah (as Audrey), and David Magidoff (as Teddy) will join Hall in the main cast. Jamie Chung (as Molly) and Oscar Wahlberg (as Zach) will join the show as recurring characters. Behind the lens, Marcos Siega is set to direct the first 6 episodes.

Fans were not happy with the finale of the original series and are hoping this revival provides a proper ending for Dexter and his “Dark Passenger.” Cord cutters can find out how to watch Dexter: New Blood, below.

When to Watch ‘Dexter: New Blood’

Dexter: New Blood will premiere on Sunday, November 7 at 9 PM ET, on Showtime.

The 10-episode limited series will continue to air every Sunday at 9 PM ET.

How to Watch ‘Dexter: New Blood’ Without Cable

Cord cutters have a few different ways to watch the expected blood revival series on Showtime.

SHOWTIME on Hulu: Hulu’s base plan(w/Ads) is only $6.99 per month, or $69.99 annually, or upgrade to Hulu (No Ads) for $12.99 per month. With SHOWTIME on Hulu, existing subscribers can get the Showtime premium add-on for an additional $10.99/mo. New and returning subscribers can watch Dexter: New Blood with SHOWTIME on Hulu for the low price of $3.99/month for 4 months after the free trial ends, then $10.99/month unless canceled. This offer ends on 11/23/21. Terms apply.

Showtime/Parmount+ Bundle: The Bundle comes with a 30-day free trial and access to live sports, hit movies, and critical-acclaimed originals for only $11.99/month, a savings of 28%.

Showtime: For 10.99/month, Showtime gives you a 30-day free trial, which is perfect for watching Dexter: New Blood, without any hassles, since you can cancel anytime

Most live TV streaming platforms carry Showtime as a Premium Network Add-on but you can find out how much in the chart, below.

ChannelDIRECTV STREAMfuboTVHulu with LiveSling OrangeSling BlueYouTube TV
Showtime$139.99 Premier Package+$11/mo. w/ Premium Add-on+$11/mo. w/ Premium Add-on+$10/mo. w/ Premium Add-on
(*Free offer for new customers)
+$10/mo. w/ Premium Add-on
(*Free offer for new customers)
+$11/mo. w/ Premium Add-on

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