‘Homeland’ Season 6 Premiere Date Confirmed! Quinn Not Dead; Carrie Mathison In Traps Of Otto Düring
“Homeland” season 5 has bounced back with cynicism and rush with its finale episode “The Affair.” “Homeland” season 6 premiere date is expected to be October 2, 2016. “Homeland” has been smart in putting premiere dates for all season by ending every season on third Sunday of respective December.
“Homeland” Season 5 left us all wondering about Peter Quinn. What exactly happened to Quinn? What Carrie Mathison was trying to do? It is very much possible that all Carrie was trying to do was to kiss him or she was just being delusional again.
“Homeland” twitter is still asking fans to #PrayForQuinn. So, it’s pretty clear that Quinn is not dead.
— Homeland (@SHO_Homeland) December 22, 2015
Killing off a character like Quinn in his sleep is no game. But this will be as true as partnership of Carrie Mathison and troubles. With Otto Düring putting forward a marriage proposal for Carrie after what all happened, fans can smell trouble is not far away.
It is being speculated that Düring has some ulterior motives because he had been the one who was looking for Carrie’s replacement in Düring’s Foundation and told Jonas Hollander, Carrie’s boyfriend to keep his relationship with Carrie intact. “Homeland” season 6 promises more craziness and hopefully finally bring Carrie as CIA Agent again.
In his interview with Variety, Mandy Patinkin, who plays Saul Berenson, shared some light on Saul’s character saying, “I want to see Saul make it clear to everyone in the intelligence industry that what (the U.S.) has been doing with drones and violence and warfare and revenge tactics doesn’t work. We have won the battle but lost the war.”
Just not that, after seeing the conditions of Syrian Refugees, Patinkin expressed concern and asks to spend the dollars on welfare of people rather than fighting ISIS through war. He further adds, “We need to spend this money to give people a better life. That’s how you battle ISIS. That’s how you give people hope.”
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