'Homeland' EP Alex Gansa: No endgame in sight


A day after "Homeland's" 90-minute season finale aired on Showtime, Zap2it talked to executive producer Alex Gansa about a lot of interesting stuff -- including the explosive (in some ways) season one climax, where the story is headed in season two (yes, they already know) and how he and fellow EP Howard Gordon (both "24" alums) managed to keep a show about politically-charged issues like terrorism and shadowy government operations without getting partisan. We liked the entire conversation so much, we've included it uncut below. We wish we could have talked longer, but Gansa was headed out the door to buy a tuxedo to wear to Jan 15's Golden Globes -- "Homeland" is nominated for three awards, including best drama series and best actor (Damian Lewis) and best actress (Claire Danes) in a drama series. Read on to find out why Carrie isn't totally out of the game, why her relationship with Brody will remain...



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