Michael C. Hall To Serve As EP Of Showtime’s ‘American Dream Machine’

Actor Michael C. Hall will continue his relationship with the Showtime network following the end of ‘Dexter’ that will come to an end after the thriller’s upcoming eighth season. The actor has signed on to serve as the executive producer of a new project, an adaption of Matthew Specktor’s (Summertime Sound) novel American Dream Machine.

According to The Hollywood Reporter, ‘American Dream Machine’ chronicles the relationship between a talent agent and his troubled sons. The series will also explore the ups and downs of showbiz. The series is set to play out against the backdrop of Hollywood in the 1970s and modern times. Hall is said to be considering a supporting role in the adaption, but nothing has been confirmed yet. ‘Dexter’ showrunner Scott Buck is slated to consult on a script from Specktor. Additional news on ‘American Dream’ is sure to be on the way as the drama makes its way into production.

In the meantime, Hall will finish out his stint as the serial killer when the final season of the series commences on Showtime, June 30. A ‘Dexter’ spin-off has yet to be confirmed with Showtime entertainment president, David Nevins, recently sharing that he isn’t ruling the possibility out just yet.