The Dexter revival delivered a thrilling premiere last week and we can’t wait to see what’s coming next in tonight’s brand new Dexter: New Blood episode 2. Are you looking forward to the second installment of this highly anticipated revival? Below we’ve included all of the details you need to watch the episode live, in addition to a preview of what to expect from episode 2.
What has Dexter Morgan (Michael C. Hall) been up to for the last ten year? Funnily enough, our favorite serial killer reformed himself during the past decade and hadn’t killed anyone in that time. But all of that comes to an end by the final act of the Dexter: New Blood revival premiere where Dexter gives into his Dark Passenger’s urges and eliminates murderer and all-around-bad-guy Matt Caldwell (Steve M. Robertson).
Even Dexter’s hallucinatory visions of his late sister Deb Morgan (Jennifer Carpenter) aren’t enough to keep his homicidal urges at bay. Dexter is back in a big way. Not only that, but now Dexter has his full-grown son Harrison Morgan (Jack Alcott) to protect after Harrison treks across the country to find his father settled down in the fictional New York town of Iron Lake.
Dexter: New Blood episode 2 preview
Matt might have been an awful guy, but the Caldwells are a wealthy, well-connected family. With Matt’s “disappearance,” Dexter’s cabin becomes the new home base for a missing person investigation, inviting Matt’s powerful father Kurt Caldwell (Clancy Brown) into the mix.
Dexter will have to contend with a bunch of police officers snooping around his property, including his girlfriend Angela Bishop (Julia Jones), all the while he tries to reconnect to Harrison. It’ll be challenging for Dexter to keep his old and new worlds separate. No wonder this episode is titled “Storm of Fuck.”
Preview episode 2 of Dexter: New Blood below:
How to watch Dexter: New Blood episode 2 live tonight
You need Showtime to watch the Dexter revival. The premium cable service is running a special deal right now where you can get Showtime for $3.99/mo for four months along with a 30-day free trial. You don’t need cable to stream Showtime content, and it is available on all of your favorite devices, including Roku, Android, Apple, Samsung and more.
There are a few other options to get access to Showtime, too. You can get the channel as an add-on through Hulu, Prime Video Channels, Apple TV, Roku, Sling TV, YouTube TV, fubo TV, DIRECT TV Stream and your TV provider (if you have cable).
Date: Sunday, Nov. 14
Time: 9:00 p.m. ET/PT
Episode: season 1, episode 2, “Storm of Fuck”