For a roller coaster of a 'Homeland' season that took us from Israel to an interrogation room, to Gettsburg and back, one of TV's best dramas came to a bloody end with a literal and figurative bang last night. And even though 'Homeland' season 2 didn't end on quite as big a cliffhanger as the Emmy-winning season before it, plenty of questions remain as to what the show will look like going forward. So now that we've seen the 'Homeland' season 2 finale "The Choice," what does showrunner Alex Gansa have to say about season 3?
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While the second season of Showtime's 'Homeland' has admittedly suffered somewhat in its critical accolades, fans remain on pins and needles waiting for this Sunday's second season finale "The Choice." Most of the main terrorist threats to Carrie Matheson have seemingly run their course, but does that mean Nicholas Brody must exit the story, one way or the other? Golden Globe and SAG award nominee Damian Lewis tells us what to expect!
Anyone who watches 'Homeland' well knows that the plots and characters driving the first and second season of the Emmy-winning show aren't meant to provide the drama forever. Brody can only remain a credible asset for so long, and eventually Carrie Matheson will need a new terrorist to hunt. As we approach next week's season finale "The Choice," are we any closer to learning what the next season of 'Homeland' will look like? What devastating fate can we gather from two new season finale clips?
'Homeland' won't be signing off for good any time soon, what with the truckload of Emmy accolades given for the first season, and the second's ratings recently overtaking 'Dexter,' but that isn't about to stop producers Howard Gordon and Gideon Raff from launching the next buzzy drama. The pair have teamed with FX and a former 'LOST' writer to develop 'Tyrant,' a new Middle Eastern intrigue drama that has all the executives excited. Who is the 'Tyrant,' and why will it have you talking?
Following last week's abrupt cliffhanger, 'Homeland' keeps the momentum going this week, and it looks like Saul is in some hot water with the CIA -- you guys might actually really like him when he's angry.
While some believe the second season of Showtime's award-winning counter-terrorism drama 'Homeland' stumbled a bit from its Emmy glory, viewers everywhere remain on the edge of their seats to see how Carrie Matheson will close out the second season. Will Nicholas Brody live to foil Abu Nazir's terrorist plots another day? Will things ever go smoothly for Saul? Will Carrie have another one of her jazz freakouts? New photos from season finale "The Choice" may just give away the answer!
Last night's 'Boardwalk Empire' and 'The Walking Dead' episodes might have delivered some explosive finales, but the big 'Homeland' bang was much smaller scale. It seems both Carrie and Saul have hit a major obstacle in their pursuit of Abu Nazir, leaving it unclear exactly who to trust going forward. Will Carrie's instincts hone in on the right men in next Sundays' "The Motherf---er with a Turban?" What will Saul learn from his own interrogation? Answers await in the latest clips from Sunday's all-new 'Homeland!'
"Broken Hearts" is an intense -- if flawed -- episode of 'Homeland,' in which Carrie finds herself abducted by you-know-who, and Brody takes two steps back.
Last night's all-new 'Homeland' episode "Two Hats" threw quite a few new complications into the mix, compounding the effort to stop Abu Nazir's imminent terrorist plot with a development that, shall we say, hit closer to home! Indeed, one of Carrie Matheson's team isn't exactly who they claim to be, and it's up to Saul Berenson to figure out their purpose. To that end, he'll need to meet with Dar Adul (F. Murray Abraham), as seen in the latest clip from next week's "Broken Hearts," but what of Carrie and Brody? Find out the latest inside!
Hey, everyone gets "Two Hats" to wear in this week's episode of 'Homeland,' but unfortunately we're only talking figuratively. Brody comes back, but what's that guy been up to since he was abducted by Abu Nazir (again)?