“Dexter: New Blood” is a Showtime exclusive. It will air on the cable network, but more importantly, it will be available to stream on-demand via the Showtime app, which is available as a standalone streaming service. Showtime is currently offering a 30-day free trial, then $3.99 a month for four months after that, after which point it costs $10.99/month.
Showtime is also now offering a bundle with ViacomCBS’ other streaming service, Paramount+, for $11.99/month, with a 30-day free trial.
Showtime is also available as an add-on to other streaming platforms, including Amazon Prime Video, Hulu, and the Roku Channel, according to JustWatch. It costs the same price as an add-on as it does if you buy it directly from Showtime, but it’s one less tile on your smart TV to keep track of if ease of use is what you’re after. If you want to watch but don’t want to subscribe to Showtime, you can buy individual episodes (or the whole season) on Amazon, Apple TV, or Vudu.
New episodes will be added on Sunday nights. The original run of “Dexter” is also available to stream on Showtime (and Amazon Prime Video). So if you’re out for blood, there’s no shortage of ways to watch “Dexter.”