Dexter Season 9 Episode 5 “Runaway” Photos, Promo, Release Date

Dexter New Blood - Episode 5

The previous episode 4 of Dexter: New Blood,  was the strongest episode yet, thanks to the duality idea and the parallel narrative between Harrison and Kurt. It appears that Harrison and Kurt are raising monsters, or, in Harrison’s case, a Dark Passenger. Both spend the episode hiding in plain sight, covering their tracks and attempting to hide behind the public-facing façade they’ve constructed, but cracks are beginning to appear. Episode 4 suggests that both men, like Dexter, are harboring murderous secrets. Dexter verifies his concerns that Harrison, like his father, is violent. In addition, It’s a joy to see Jennifer Carpenter and Michael C. Hall interact. As a long-time fan, it’s great to see them back again. Let’s take a look at below to find out the full recap of episode 4. Considering everything we (www.tvacute.com) know about the series so far, For the next episode 5, we have even more questions and speculations. So we’ve put together this handy guide that answers every question you might have about how to watch Dexter: New Blood, whether it’s available for streaming, and more. You can find exclusive photos for Dexter: New Blood Episode 5 as well as a summary here.

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Dexter: New Blood Episode 5 Recap

Dexter: New Blood Season 1 Episode 5 Spoilers

This show is full of mystery, and we’ll have to see where it goes, in the upcoming episode. Want a sneak peek at Dexter: New Blood season 1 episode 5? The title of next weekend’s show is “Runaway,” In this episode, To protect his son from drugs, Dexter unleashes his Dark Passenger impulsively. Meanwhile, Angela and Molly go to New York City, where they meet a well-known community member and we suspect it will involve one of our big characters. So who is it? Angela Bishop has been digging into a pattern of disappearances in Iron Lake for quite some time. This could be related to someone else, or it could be about some runaways.

Dexter Episode 905 Synopsis: Dexter’s method of protecting his son from drugs unleashes his Dark Passenger in a very impulsive way. Meanwhile, Angela and Molly take a trip to New York City that leaves them wondering about a well-respected member of the community.

Dexter: New Blood Episode 5 Promo

Dexter: New Blood Episode 5 Photos

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Dexter Season 9 Cast

Jim Lindsay/Dexter Morgan played by Michael C. Hall. Harrison Morgan is played by Jack Alcott. Sheriff Angela Bishop played by Julia Jones Audrey Bishop is played by Johnny Sequoyah. Sergeant Logan is played by Alano Miller. Debra Morgan is played by Jennifer Carpenter. Kurt Caldwell is played by Clancy Brown. Edward Olsen (Frederic Lehne) is a recurring character. Teddy Reed is played by David Magidoff. Esther is played by Katy Sullivan. Michael Fred Jr. is played by Cyril Creighton. Molly Park is played by Jamie Chung. Zach is played by Oscar Wahlberg. Andrew Fama as Scott. Arthur Mitchell / Trinity Killer is a Cameo appearance by John Lithgow.

Dexter: New Blood Season 9 Episode 5 Release Date

Dexter: New Blood Season 9 Episode 5 will release on Showtime on December 5 at 9 p.m. ET/PT. (USA) Following the launch, new episodes will air weekly. Dexter: New Blood may be seen on Showtime.  Then, a day later, on Monday, December 6, at 22:00 GMT, British fans can watch on Sky Atlantic.

How Can I Watch Dexter: New Blood Episode 5 Online?

Fans may access Dexter: New Blood Episode 5 on the SHOWTIME app. Showtime adds new episodes via the service at the same time they air on TV. This presumably applies to Dexter: New Blood.

Don’t have a SHOWTIME app subscription? Get one for $10.99 per month. There’s also a 30-day free trial, which won’t let you view the complete show but will give you some time before you have to pay.  There is a SHOWTIME app for pretty much every major mobile and smart TV platform now. There are other solutions if you don’t want to acquire a SHOWTIME subscription. In addition to Amazon Prime Video and Hulu, the SHOWTIME channel is available as a premium add-on with fuboTV, DIRECTV, Apple TV, Rokus, Sling TV, and YouTube TV.

While each of them offers a seven-day to a one-month trial period, you must already have a subscription to the service before adding SHOWTIME. Let’s say you desire it via Amazon Prime Video but don’t have an Amazon subscription. You would need to subscribe to Amazon Prime for $12.99/month and SHOWTIME for $10.99/month. Yes, there are free trials, but that is entirely up to you.

Dexter: New Blood has how many episodes? – and Episode Titles Revealed

Dexter: New Blood will consist of ten episodes, one of which will air each week. Only the first eight episodes’ names have been announced so far. Dexter: New Blood will conclude on January 9, 2022, with the last episode. Fans should expect around three months of death, darkness, and mystery in the coming months. Here are the air dates for each of them:

Dexter S09E01  “Cold Snap” November 7, 2021
Dexter S09E02 “Storm of Fuck” will be released on November 14, 2021.
Dexter S09E03Smoke Signals” will be released on November 21, 2021.
Dexter S09E04 “H Is for Hero” will be released on November 28, 2021.
Dexter S09E05  “Runaway” will be released on December 5, 2021.
Dexter S09E06 “Too Many Tuna Sandwiches” will be released on December 12, 2021.
Dexter S09E07 “Skin of Her Teeth” will be released on December 19, 2021.
Dexter S09E08 “The Big Game” will take place on December 26, 2021.
Dexter S09E09
Dexter S09E10

Emmy Awards for “Dexter”

The original series was nominated for 24 Emmys and won four of them. It was the winner in the categories of directing (Steve Shill), guest acting (Lithgow), main title design, and picture editing. Hall garnered five Emmy nods in a row for Best Drama Actor (2008-12), and the show received four nominations for Best Drama Series (2008-11).

Dexter: New Blood Episode 4 Recap

Dexter mulls over the possibility that Kurt is hallucinating. Kurt may be lying because he wants to take issues into his own hands, according to “Deb.” There’s also the possibility that Kurt will continue his investigation until he finds his son’s true killer. Dexter watches Kurt at the diner, talking to a young woman with green hair, as he fills up his tank. Harrison listens to Molly’s podcast “Merry Fucking Kill” episode by episode. He comes across an episode about the Trinity Killer and listens as Molly describes Rita’s death, including how he was present at the time as a baby. Dexter receives an Emergency Alert on his phone while at work, stating that the high school is on lockdown. Angela answers the phone and informs him that there are several injuries and Harrison is involved. Dexter arrives at the school in a hurry. He watches Ethan, who is unconscious and bleeding from the leg, being carried away on a stretcher. He then notices his son has been stabbed in the ribcage. At the crime scene, Dexter analyses the blood.

Angela interrogates Harrison, who confesses that Ethan planned a school massacre to exact revenge on all the kids who had been harassing him. He wanted him to be a part of it as well. Harrison said he tried to persuade Ethan not to do it, but Ethan stabbed him. Dexter changes Harrison’s bandage in the morning and notes the angle of the wound, so he questions him about the attack. Harrison becomes combative. Dexter then tells Deb that the stab wound doesn’t match Harrison’s tale and that something isn’t quite right. Dexter goes to the crime scene, which is the school auditorium. Dexter rehearses the interaction in his imagination with the help of Deb. Harrison severed Ethan’s leg first, then stabbed himself in the ribs to sell the narrative, he deduces. Kurt Caldwell arrives with a gift for Harrison, a drone, and congratulates him on his bravery. He then compliments Harrison to Dexter while bemoaning the fact that his son is such a jerk. Matt, Kurt claims, is worse than Ethan since he has killed people. Dexter lets slip that he is aware of Matt’s boat disaster and the deaths involved, but when he realizes he has spoken too much, he pretends to forget some of the story’s finer points. “That guy’s fishing and I just nibbled,” Dexter thinks after Kurt has left. Molly comes up at Angela’s office with information regarding one of her board’s missing women, as well as photographic evidence that she is alive in Tulsa and a phone number.

Angela is taken aback but impressed. Molly claims she learned of the news through her web fans. Kurt examines Matt’s childhood photographs. He then approaches Chloe, the green-haired girl, who informs him that she intended to spend the money he gave her for bus fare, but instead purchased food and a new winter coat. She requests an additional $80 from him. He tells her he can’t keep giving her money, but he does give her work. She is adamant, though, that she will not remain. Dexter examines Harrison’s room while Harrison gives a statement at school about Ethan, noting that while he is glad no one was wounded, they should not have treated Ethan so badly. Audrey is the first to give him a standing ovation. We witness Kurt taking Chloe to a secluded cabin during Harrison’s speech, with the identical hurricane doors Lily burst out of. In Harrison’s room, Dexter discovers a straight razor disguised inside a flashlight, identical to the one Trinity used to murder Rita. Dexter smiles as he kisses the blade and announces that he has his dark passenger.

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