Dexter is leaving Netflix in 1 week

Starring Michael C. Hall as the titular character, Dexter first premiered on Showtime and ran from 2006 until its conclusion in 2013. The show chronicles the life of Dexter Morgan, who has a secret other life that’s anything but ordinary.

Although he works as a forensic technician, he uses his knowledge of crime scenes and police procedures to bring his own brand of vigilante justice to criminals who have escaped persecution. The first season was inspired by Jeff Lindsay’s novel Darkly Dreaming Dexter.

All eight seasons of Dexter will be leaving Netflix on December 30, meaning you only have a week left to stream it on the platform!

The series also features the talents of Jennifer Carpenter, David Zayas, James Remar, C.S. Lee, Luna Lauren Velez, Desmond Harrington, Julie Benz, Christina Robinson, and Geoff Pierson.

If you want to know where you will be able to find Dexter after it leaves Netflix, then look no further. We’ve got you covered!

Where to watch Dexter after it leaves Netflix

It doesn’t look like the show will be moving to another streaming service after it leaves Netflix. On the plus side, you can watch the series on Showtime and Showtime Anytime, as well as on Hulu, Fubo, Sling TV, and YouTube TV with a Showtime add-on, which costs just $10.99/month.

You can also buy episodes and seasons of Dexter on Amazon Prime Video. The pilot is free to watch and individual episodes cost $2.99. If you want to buy the entire first season, it will cost you $24.99.

As we previously reported, the popular series will be returning with a 10-episode limited series in late 2021. Like the original, the revival will also air on Showtime.