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'Homeland' Season 4 Spoilers: Carrie's Going Into the Field

Where does Homeland go after the tragic season 3 finale? At the Showtime Winter TCA Press Tour, David Nevins, President of Entertainment, acknowledged that some fans and critics weren't pleased by the show this year. And, then he teased that the show will be moving in a new direction centered around the show's main character, Carrie, in season 4. //www.buddytv.com/articles/homeland/homeland-season-4-spoilers-52333.aspx

'Homeland' Season 4: Carrie goes into the field, Showtime chief says

Showtime Entertainment president David Nevins says he knew ahead of time that Season 3 of "Homeland" would build toward "a major reset." Thursday (Jan. 16), he offered up a couple of hints about what that reset might look like."This is a show that is fundamentally about a field operative" in Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes), Nevins said at the TCA winter press tour. "And with the exception of the very beginning of Season 1 and the very end of Season 3, we haven't seen her out in the field operating. The likely plan for next year is you will see her on the ground in a foreign capital, doing her job."That jibes with what "Homeland" executive producer Howard Gordon told Zap2it recently: that Carrie and Saul (Mandy Patinkin) will remain front and center on the series, even though Saul left the CIA at the end of Season 3. "My expectation is he'll be central" in Season... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2014/01/homeland-season-4-carrie-goes-into-the-field-showtime-chief-says.html

‘Homeland’ Season 4 Preview: Claire Danes, Alone and Abroad

“Homeland” will be radically different next season, and Showtime entertainment president David Nevins says he expects it to feature Claire Danes’ character “on the ground in a foreign capital, doing her job.” After the (don’t read this if you haven’t seen the Season 3 finale) death of Nicholas Brody last season, the show will reset with Danes’ Carrie Mathison doing the field work we started to see her do in Season 1. Though Saul (Mandy Patinkin) left the CIA last season, Nevins says he isn’t done with the show. Read More... //www.thewrap.com/homeland-season-4-preview-claire-danes-alone-abroad

'Homeland': Damian Lewis' Brody should have died long ago

There were many out there who thought Brody should have stayed alive past"Homeland's" Season 3 finale. But for me, the emotional impact of his death would have been better delivered seasons ago. Part of what made Season 1 of "Homeland" so engaging was the big question mark over the head of Damian Lewis' character. Was he a terrorist like Carrie (Claire Danes) claimed? Was it all in her head? After a season's worth of back-and-forth tension, the fact that the Season 1 finale showed Brody to be the man Carrie thought he was, though she wasn't able to prove him guilty, was a perfect twist. "Homeland" took its time resolving that storyline in Season 2, with Carrie starting to see the good in Brody after his capture and interrogation instead of the bad. She was crazy and she loved him, and we as an audience dug that. But Brody's journey to being a hero should have... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/homeland-brody-should-have-died-long-ago.html

'Homeland': Damian Lewis says goodbye to Nicholas Brody

"Homeland" said goodbye to one half of its leading duo during its Season 3 finale. Damian Lewis' troubled character Nicholas Brody finally breathed his final breath during the episode, and though some people had their doubts, it's been confirmed that he's gone for good. Showrunner Alex Gansa has already given his take on the loss of Brody, but now it's Lewis' turn to speak. In an interview with The New York Times, Lewis opens up about saying goodbye to the character after a tumultuous three seasons. Of learning the news that Brody would actually die, he says he took it "with a mixture of emotions.""I loved doing 'Homeland,' I loved playing Brody. I'm extremely proud of who we all created together," Lewis says. "I think he's a tragic hero for our time. He himself embodies a cautionary tale, going right back to the beginning, about sending young men to war and the damage it can... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/homeland-damian-lewis-says-goodbye-to-nicholas-brody.html

'Homeland' Season 4: Mandy Patinkin's Saul fate revealed

"Homeland" is due for a pretty big cast shakeup in Season 4. With Damian Lewis out for good and Morena Baccarin and Morgan Saylor only expected to have a short return, if at all, that doesn't leave many major players left standing. But for those of you worried about Saul's future on the show, rest easy. It's been confirmed in numerous interviews that Mandy Patinkin will remain front and center on the show in Season 4. "Everybody should rest assured that Mandy Patinkin is coming back as a series regular," showrunner Alex Gansa tells Entertainment Weekly. "I can tell you that with 100 percent certainty. Although he's not at a desk at Langley anymore, the CIA does outsource a lot of jobs to private contractors. He's going to be in that circle, he's still in the intelligence-gathering profession and the CIA could use somebody of his immense skills and knowledge for various intelligence work." Gansa... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/homeland-season-4-mandy-patinkins-saul-fate-revealed.html

'Homeland' Season 3 finale death delivers series-high ratings

"Homeland" ended its third season with a bang, not just in regards to a death of one of its major characters but also in the ratings. Showtime says the Season 3 finale, "The Star," was the series' most-watched episode, as well as being the first of the network's shows to average 7 million weekly viewers. All told, "The Star" brought in 2.4 million viewers at 9 p.m. and 2.9 million viewers for the night. This meant that "Homeland's" viewership was up considerably from its Season 3 premiere, which brought in 1.88 million viewers. The previous series-high for the show was Season 3 episode 6, "Still Positive," which drew 2.75 million viewers the night that it aired. Also closing out the season with a great night was critical darling "Masters of Sex." Hot off its Writers Guild Awards and Golden Globes nominations and AFI Top 10 TV place of honor, the freshman drama had its season-best... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/homeland-season-3-finale-death-delivers-series-high-ratings.html

'Homeland' producer Alex Gansa talks season 3

HitFix's Alan Sepinwall interviews "Homeland" co-creator Alex Gansa about the decisions that went into the Showtime drama's just-concluded third season.  Read More... //www.hitfix.com/whats-alan-watching/homeland-producer-alex-gansa-on-brodys-fate-carries-future-and-more-from-season-3

"Homeland" Season Three Finale Delivers Series' Highest-Rated Episode and Night Ever

Showtime spins the numbers for Sunday, December 15.  Read More... //www.thefutoncritic.com/ratings/2013/12/16/homeland-season-three-finale-delivers-series-highest-rated-episode-and-night-ever-518214/20131216showtime01/

'Homeland' Season 4: What's next for the Brody family?

"Homeland" showed in its Season 3 finale that it's decisively going in a very different direction in Season 4. After killing off main character Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis) and ending the episode with a "four months later" 20-minute epilogue, it's clear that showrunners Alex Gansa and Howard Gordon have a plan for the upcoming season. Whether it will be able to engage audiences as well as the Brody storylines did remains to be seen. But with Brody gone, will his family return? News that Morgan Saylor and Morena Baccarin have been downgraded from series regulars means that there could still be a place in the "Homeland" family for Brody's now-widow and daughter as guest stars if they want to take it. From where we're standing, though, there's not much left for their characters to do. When Season 3 ended, it was implied that Carrie is going to give up Brody's daughter once she gives birth... //blog.zap2it.com/frominsidethebox/2013/12/homeland-season-4-whats-next-for-the-brody-family.html