- Episode 01: A Beautiful Day
- Episode 02: Every Silver Lining...
- Episode 03: What's Eating Dexter Morgan?
- Episode 04: Scar Tissue
- Episode 05: This Little Piggy
- Episode 06: A Little Reflection
- Episode 07: Dress Code
- Episode 08: Are We There Yet?
- Episode 09: Make Your Own Kind of Music
- Episode 10: Goodbye Miami
- Episode 11: Monkey In a Box
- Episode 12: Remember the Monsters?
Actors Of "Dexter - Season 8"
Characters Of "Dexter - Season 8"
Creators of "Dexter - Season 8"
Critics Of "Dexter - Season 8"
Debra Yeo Toronto Star
October 09, 2013 First the good news, Dexter didn't conclude its eighth and final season with a credulity-straining happy ending. The bad news is that the ending we did get didn't make a lot of sense.Read in Source
Verne Gay Newsday
July 01, 2013 Sit back, don't think, and expect some good performances -- especially by Jennifer Carpenter.Read in Source
Christian Law We Got This Covered
September 21, 2013 The past few seasons of Dexter haven't lived up to the beginning of the series, but by the looks of the premiere, this season will wrap everything up in a way that will satisfy fansRead in Source
Ethan Alter Television Without Pity
November 12, 2013 It's almost as if the writers intended to punish -- rather than reward -- the fans who had stuck with them through thick and thin in a scheme more diabolical than anything Dexter himself might dream up.Read in Source
Becca Day-Preston Guardian
September 30, 2013 The show had never fully recovered from the devastation wreaked by season four's main villain the Trinity Killer (John Lithgow), and this final run has played out that inferiority, being patchy, unfocused and, at times, sloppy.Read in Source
David Hinckley New York Daily News
June 25, 2013 Rampling makes Vogel troubling and vaguely creepy, which probably isn't what Dexter needs.Read in Source
Joanne Ostrow Denver Post
June 28, 2013 This season will be full of dotted i's and crossed t's, capping several story arcs and tying up loose ends.Read in Source
Stephen Carty Flix Capacitor
November 22, 2013 One of the main problems with the final season of Dexter is that it rarely feels like a final season.Read in Source
Jeff Jensen Entertainment Weekly
September 23, 2013 Dexter is gone, put down after eight seasons (three of which were too many) by masters that finally realized that old age wasn't doing this wheezy, arthritic dog any favors.Read in Source
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Genre: Thriller, Horror, Mystery
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