Is Iron Lake in Dexter a real town?
Iron Lake is a fictional town in Upstate New York, but it does appear take its name from the very real Iron Lake — a lake, not a town — in the Adirondacks region.
The real Iron Lake. While Iron Lake, New York is fictional, the majority of filming for New Blood took place in a real town – Shelburne Falls, Massachusetts. The production chose Shelburne Falls for its close-knit small-town vibes.
“Dexter: New Blood” ended its 10-week run Sunday night. And, Michael C. Hall — who plays America's favorite fictional serial killer Dexter Morgan — made his last stand (at least, for now) in the woods of 535 Harvard Road in Lancaster. In fact, most of the show's riveting climax took place in Lancaster.
Nearly a decade after America's favorite fictional serial killer disappeared into a Miami hurricane in the original series finale, in New Blood it is revealed that Dexter was alive and well living in Iron Lake, NY under the alias Jim Lindsay.
The actual filming location where most of Iron Lake was filmed is the picturesque village of Shelburne Falls in Franklin County, Massachusetts. With a population of 1,731, the town is located about 43 miles north of Springfield and 114 miles west of Boston.
According to Insider, the two stars were married for a while in real life. In 2007, Hall and Carpenter became romantically involved a year after the show debuted. They married the following year.
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No, Iron Lake is not a real place. The upstate New York small town doesn't actually exist, but it turns out production filmed not too far from the fictional town's supposed location.
In real life, it's the Bay Harbor Club condos, located at 1155 103rd Street, out on Bay Harbor Island, in Miami Beach, Florida. (On the show, Dexter lives on the second floor, and his room number is 10b.) That's out on the north tip of the easternmost of the two Bay Harbor Islands, in Biscayne Bay.
The original Dexter season 8 ending saw the character fake his death as he rode into the eye of a hurricane, with Dexter putting his serial killing days behind him to work as a lumberjack in Oregon.
Why did they make Dexter: New Blood?
Dexter: New Blood was created as a way to make up for the original show's conclusion, which ended on a sour note for fans.
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But his life has totally changed again in Dexter: New Blood. Dexter now lives in a very small town called Iron Lake, which is located in New York. It's a very scenic place with lots of snow and woods to hunt. People from New York City frequently come to visit during hunting season to show off what they've got.
Iron Lake is both a freshwater lake and adjacent small town in upstate New York. The town was founded in 1868 and currently has a population of 2,760.
Is Iron Lake a real place? No, Iron Lake is not a real place. The upstate New York small town doesn't actually exist, but it turns out production filmed not too far from the fictional town's supposed location.