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After the whirlwind events of *that* season finale nearly a decade ago, Dexter Morgan has successfully reinvented himself as affable small-town shopkeeper Jim “Jimbo” Lindsay. But even in the freezing surrounds of Iron Lake, his Dark Passenger is starting to glow white hot again. Here’s how to watch Dexter: New Blood online where you are.
Despite hanging up his plastic wrap and duct tape, Dexter hasn’t quite stripped himself of all the trappings of his true self.
In a relationship with local police chief Angela Bishop and tracked down by his son Harrison, his past catches up with him and the great lie begins to fray at the seams when a series of disappearances form an unmistakable pattern.
See also: Watch The Morning Show season 2And there’s only so much pleasure you can get from chopping wood.
Make sure you soak up every last droplet by tuning into Dexter: New Blood at 7pm ET / PT every Sunday from November 7.
Available to watch live on Showtime, cord cutters can instead turn to Showtime Now, the streaming service offering a free trial. With other options available all over the world, find out how to watch Dexter online where you are and catch all the drama in New Blood.
How to watch Dexter: New Blood online in the USHow to watch Dexter: New Blood online in CanadaHow to watch Dexter: New Blood online in the UKHow to watch Dexter: New Blood online in AustraliaHow to watch Dexter: New Blood online from anywhereWant more?Hungry for the best possible TV setup at home? Be sure to take a look at our list of the best gaming TVs (available here for UK readers).
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Aatif is a freelance copywriter and journalist based in the UK. He’s written about technology, science and politics for publications including Gizmodo, The Independent, Trusted Reviews and Newsweek, but focuses on streaming at Future, an arrangement that combines two of his greatest passions: sport and penny-pinching.