New Details on Dexter Season 6

2011/07/09 16:00:37 +00:00 | Tamika Jones

Dying to know how things will start off in Dexter's sixth season? Sara Colleton, excutive producer on Dexter, recently spoke with TV Guide and revealed some interesting information regarding the upcoming season. Continue reading for all the details...

[SPOILER WARNING] "We thought a clean start to this season would be to jump ahead a year, so he's not getting over Lumen [Julia Stiles], and he's not still in the throes of dealing with the Rita [Julie Benz] thing,... We wanted to jump ahead a year and find that Dexter has gotten his groove back. He's gotten over Rita and Lumen.... When we open up Season 6, we find Dexter in a very positive place in his life... It's like the Dexter we know and love is back, and he still wants to play."

It sounds like this is a little bit of a soft reboot of the show, with new characters and a Dexter that is more similar to the earlier seasons. For more information on the upcoming season, including challenges Dexter will face with Harrison, visit the source link below.

Previous coverage revealed that a slew of new actors would be joining the show including Molly Parker, Mos Def, Edward James Olmos, Colin Hanks, Brea Grant, and Billy Brown. You can see the first two images from the new season at:

Source: TV Guide
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