Homeland Releases Season 4 Trailer [WATCH VIDEO]
“Homeland” fans, it’s finally here! The first trailer of your most awaited show has been released. Read further to learn more about the new trailer of “Homeland” Season 4.
Unfortunately, there is no a baby, but there is a picture of a baby on a bedside table. Moreover, there is no sign of Brody. Saul, on the other hand, tells Carrie “happy hunting.”
It looks like that Saul is back in the game as well. It can be recalled that he was moved to the private sector in Season 3. Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) is now in Istanbul. There are also a lot of U.S. drone strikes and civilian deaths. There are protesters outside the American embassy as well who are rallying to stop the drone attacks.
Knowing that the show is a spy drama, we smell a cover-up again as Saul retorts, “The tyranny of secrets.” Will these secrets be revealed in Season 4?
It is also confirmed that Carrie is in Pakistan. About Brody, though, he will not be returning this season. Showrunner Alex Gansa confirmed this.
“Brody was a character people loved to hate and hated to love. It’s someone who we miss on set every day. And I can say that Dana Brody will not be back for season four (pertaining to Brody’s daughter.),” said Gansa during the Television Critics Association summer press tour, as published in Independent.
Gansa also said that fans will see Carrie now being more mentally stable until a next love affair comes rolling in that will make her paranoid and jittery.
“I think emotionally she has stabilized and the mental illness we have dealt with, she has now dealt with,” added Gansa.
“Homeland” Season 4 returns on October 5, 2014.
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