As to whether the criticisms of the finale were justified or not, Hall mentioned that he believed it was “justifiable for Dexter to do what he did.”
“A review that talks about someone’s experience is warranted. I certainly thought it was warranted for Dexter to do what he did. I think some of the reviews were on that, and some of the The reviews weren’t so much about the “what” as they were about the “how”, and those were valid too. We certainly live in an age where the bar is very high for surprise, satisfaction and satisfaction. simultaneous closures that should accompany a series finale. “
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The Daily Beast’s Marlow Stern then told Hall he thought it was a “bar he helped set up with Six Feet Under.”
“Talking about broad specters,” Hall replied. “I have tried the extremes of ‘extremely satisfactory’ and ‘extremely unsatisfactory’ television finals.”
For more on Dexter’s 10-episode rebirth, find out how the limited series will serve as the show’s “second finale” and how this awakening could redeem the disappointing ending.
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