Dexter Morgan – Addicted to Killing
While everybody knows what Dexter is, here is a little talk about what would have happened to Dexter after the final season or rather why did he not end up getting killed or in prison and got disappeared.
While everybody left the Dexter finale fulfilled—having finally seen the account of a serial executioner who's subtly living up to expectations inside a police headquarters achieve the conclusion it had been normally fabricating toward for eight seasons, by having everybody inside that police headquarters still believe Dexter's marvelous while he goes off to turn into a logger—things being what they are this was only one of a few endings the show could have had, some of them perhaps not in any case including wood.
"They won't give us a chance to slaughter him," Goldwyn said of the system's productive note for the demonstrate that was once thought to be predicated on the tension that its character may wind up dead or in prison, until we all acknowledged it was truly about the anticipation of whether he'd get the opportunity to be infatuated or in the lumberyard. "Showtime was clear about that. When we let them know the circular segment for the last season, they simply said, 'Just to be clear, he's going to live.'" With this imaginative recommendation as a system order—which is without a doubt in keeping with Showtime's request that Dexter is Batman, and its specialist trust he could correspondingly simply go on everlastingly—the makers were compelled to locate some other consummation for what Goldwyn called its "exceptionally center steadfast after," one that gave the main sensible conclusion to the story they'd been viewing.