“Homeland” season 5 finale left fans gasping for breath when Carrie Mathison [Claire Danes] walks into Peter Quinn’s [Rupert Friend] hospital room and what? Will she really kill Quinn? “Homeland” season 6 will come back 2016 to answer us. Meanwhile, a lot of speculations have arised and here is the bundle of things that may happen in the upcoming exciting season!
“Homeland” Season 6 premiere date is expected to be October 2, 2016, given the popular political thriller show always ends on third Sunday of December. “Homeland” Season 6 is going to bring in many new twists and following are the popular speculation regarding upcoming “Homeland” season:
Quinn is Alive: “Homeland” season 5 finale episode “The Affair” left fans wondering about Quinn’s fate. But relax, his part is actually still left. Quinn would not die and Carrie will not kill him.
Carrie To Not Marry: Carrie might feel this anxiety to be back with her daughter and have a normal life but there is no way she can settle and get married!
Carrie Back At Langley: Not really at Langley but mostly to handle some station. Saul Berenson [Mandy Petinkin] knew that he has to just put the idea forward and Carrie will grab it. Carrie and Saul are perfect team, and she knows it!
Otto Düring’s [Sebastian Koch] Ulterior Motives: Someone who had been looking for a replacement for Carrie at Düring’s Foundation after seeing her craziness and anxiety cannot really mean a marriage proposal! Fans really expect Düring to show-off his other side!
What Happens To Dar Adal?: According to reports from the NY Times, Alex Gansa, co-developer of “Homeland” revealed that Dar Adal’s emotional side will be seen more in “Homeland” season 6. Gansa said, “He has been such a stolid, unemotional character, and his relationship with Quinn mirrors Saul’s relationship with Carrie. You can see in that moment how affected he is by what happened to Quinn, and you will see more of that as this season moves forward.”
Future of Saul Berenson: Meanwhile, Mandy Patinkin also revealed as to what purpose Saul Berenson will have moving forward. He told Variety, “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.”
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