Dexter: Season 8

Dexter: Season 8

Dexter: Season 8

In a role that earned him multiple Emmy nominations, Michael C. Hall is Dexter Morgan—a blood spatter pattern analyst who secretly quenches his thirst for murder by killing the criminals that slip past the law. 

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EPISODE 8.1
1 January 2013

A Beautiful Day

It’s been 6 months since LaGuerta’s murder – and Dexter is still managing life as a dad, brother, and serial killer. Debra now works as a PI for a private firm and Batista has replaced... MORE her as Lieutenant. Meanwhile, Miami Metro investigates the murder of a man who has had pieces of his brain removed.

EPISODE 8.2
1 January 2013

Every Silver Lining

Miami Metro continues their hunt for the Brain Surgeon, while Dr. Vogel enlists Dexter to do her bidding based on her own personal experience with her previous patients. Debra continues to track down her PI... MORE case and has to take matters into her own hands.

EPISODE 8.3
1 January 2013

What's Eating Dexter Morgan?

Dexter continues his manhunt for the Brain Surgeon. Dr. Vogel tries to prove to Dexter that he’s perfect as a psychopath. Debra’s PTSD kicks in and she makes a desperate plea to confess to LaGuerta’s... MORE murder.

EPISODE 8.4
1 January 2013

Scar Tissue

Dexter tracks down another potential serial killer from Dr. Vogel’s list. Quinn celebrates his passing of the Sergeant’s exam by defending Debra’s honor in a fight. Dr. Vogel begins treating Debra for her PTSD.

EPISODE 8.5
1 January 2013

This Little Piggy

Dr. Vogel gets abducted by the Brain Surgeon, while Dexter and Debra try and rescue her. Masuka finds out he has a daughter.

EPISODE 8.6
1 January 2013

A Little Reflection

Dexter monitors a young psychopath to see if he is suited for his table. Dexter and Debra finally get back to normal, but are surprised by his ex, Hannah.

EPISODE 8.7
1 January 2013

Dress Code

Dexter hunts down Hannah to figure out why she’s back in Miami. Dexter also takes on a protégé and starts teaching him the Code.

EPISODE 8.8
1 January 2013

Are We There Yet?

Dexter tracks down his protégé in the belief that he murdered his neighbor. Meanwhile, Dexter tries to help Hannah escape the country.

EPISODE 8.9
1 January 2013

Make Your Own Kind of Music

Dexter investigates a murder that hits close to home. Meanwhile, Dr. Vogel gets the surprise of her life when someone from her past returns.

EPISODE 8.10
1 January 2013

Goodbye Miami

Dexter enlists Dr. Vogel's help to lure the Brain Surgeon to a location in order to get him on the table. Later, an important person in Dexter's life is murdered before his eyes.

EPISODE 8.11
1 January 2013

Monkey in a Box

Dexter is torn between fleeing the country with Hannah and Harrison, and taking Saxon out once and for all.

EPISODE 8.12
1 January 2013

Remember the Monsters?

Season 8 and the series conclude with Dexter facing impossible odds. With a hurricane threatening Miami, Dexter becomes determined to end things.

Dexter: Season 8 / Reviews

Paste

Paste

Insight into his past would be a nice place to explore while the Morgan family sort out their new roles.

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IGN

IGN

While it didn't, let's say, add up to nothing like Season 6 did, it gave fans a ton of stuff that no one wanted, including plot points and revelations that weren't just unsatisfying, but intolerable.

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We Got This Covered

We Got This Covered

The past few seasons of Dexter haven't lived up to the beginning of the series, but by the looks of the premiere, this season will wrap everything up in a way that will satisfy fans.

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Entertainment Weekly

Entertainment Weekly

Dexter is gone, put down after eight seasons (three of which were too many) by masters that finally realized that old age wasn't doing this wheezy, arthritic dog any favors.

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Empire Magazine

Empire Magazine

Dexter has been on the wane for years now, but even those who stuck it out this long will have a hard time stomaching the killer's last hurrah.

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Vulture

Vulture

Dexter - and Deb, and all of us - deserved better.

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A.V. Club

A.V. Club

The show cannot have its title character portrayed in anything other than shades of brilliant white. What was once a horror program became farce.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

At this point, the only people still watching are life-hating masochists like me who grimly cling on to each new arid, inert, incident-free episode just because they've already sat through seven and a half godforsaken years of this tripe.

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The Telegraph

The Telegraph

The ending was uncharacteristically tame.

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