'Homeland' boss talks Emmys, endgame: 'Carrie has a lot more trouble to get into'

Although "Homeland" picked up nine Emmy nominations -- a coup for the freshman political thriller starring Claire Danes and Damian Lewis -- its cast and crew haven't had much time to celebrate. The critically acclaimed Showtime series is about halfway through production on their second season, and as Morena Baccarin, who plays the wife of Lewis' terrorist/aspiring vice president Nick Brody, told Zap2it: "I can't sleep when I'm working. It's intense stuff we're dealing with and shooting. It's really intense. That's what I love and hate about it -- you can't catch your breath." Still, Zap2it managed to persuade "Homeland" showrunner Alex Gansa to take a quick breather to answer some of our burning questions about how the Emmy nods impact both his creative process and the show's future direction. How does this kind of recognition affect the show? I'm thrilled for our cast and crew, who work incredibly hard. But when we go...



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