"Dexter" may be approaching its final season -- although Showtime Entertainment President David Nevins has refused to fully commit to ending the series after its upcoming Season 8 -- but that didn't stop Michael C. Hall from looking ahead to his post-"Dexter" future.
After playing a serial killer for nearly decade, Hall joked he might be up for some lighter fare. "Yes, maybe Ashton Kutcher is getting bored," he quipped in an interview with Metro.
But Hall's next project might not be on TV. He recently starred in a film called "Kill Your Darlings," and while he cautioned that he isn't "ruling anything out," he said that "another open-ended commitment that could potentially go five or more years is a little daunting at this point." Then again, Hall recalled feeling the same way as "Six Feet Under" ended its run on HBO. "And you can see where that got me," he joked.
In a December interview with HuffPost UK, Hall discussed another possible future career path: "I don’t really know what I’m going to do ... maybe take up strawberry farming, something like that."
"Dexter" Season 8 premieres in the summer of 2013.