Homeland Recruits Two New Cast Members
“Homeland” fans, we know you can’t wait for the 4th season of the show and while the show is still underway, we have some amazing news for you! This will definitely get you really excited. “Homeland” recruits two new cast members!
According to Entertainment Weekly, two new roles have been cast for the upcoming season of “Homeland.” Corey Stoll, Golden Globe nominee and the “House of Cards” star will guest star in the show as Sandy Bachman, a CIA chief of station in Pakistan. We don’t know how many times he will appear on the show but what we know for sure is we are going to see him there!
Another cast member is Laila Robins as a series regular who will play the role of Martha Boyd, a U.S ambassador to Pakistan. Her character is described as a “professional and have things together.” Robins has appeared in various TV shows such as “Law & Order” and “The Sopranos.”
These new cast members will definitely add more flavor to “Homeland.” It will definitely keep things even more exciting in the show. New cast members are always a good thing and in the fourth season of “Homeland,” we know that the whole team is working hard to provide fans the best season so far. It just keeps getting better and better!
The 4th season of “Homeland” will follow Carrie Mathison’s return to the Middle East as chief of station. Returning cast members are Mandy Patinkin, Rupert Friend and Nazanin Boniadi. The production kicks off in South Africa during the latter part of June 2014 and we will see the show on TV this fall 2014.
What do you think of this news? Are you happy with the new cast members? Are you excited for the return of “Homeland?” Because we definitely are! Only a few more months and they will be back on air again and we will be able to witness Carrie Mathison in action once again. Share with us your thoughts by posting your comments below! For the latest news, recaps and spoilers about “Homeland” and other TV shows as well as entertainment news, make sure that you catch it here on Movie News Guide (MNG).
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