We promised to keep you in the loop and we’re keeping our promise. The sixth season of the political thriller, Homeland returns January 15, 2017 and according to Inquisitr, might be the best season yet. It’s hard to top the previous season but the Showtime series is coming back in full gear.
Moving away from Germany and what transpired, the new season is set in New York with Carrie moving to Brooklyn following the events in Berlin. Thankfully, Peter manages to survive and moves to New York to fully recover from the physical and psychological damages he suffered in Berlin… Albeit in a sense, a fresh start. The new Peter is a completely different man from the one we know.
Carrie and Saul will continue to have a complicated relationship as Carrie will continue to work outside the CIA (She works for an organization that helps support Muslims who are being discriminated against) while Saul continues to play a more involved role in the CIA.
“There has been a split that they’ve been working on repairing over the course of the last couple of seasons to varying degrees of success. Saul has committed himself even more fully to the agency, and Carrie rejects some fundamental principles of it. That’s very difficult to reconcile, but they are so profoundly bonded. That’s something they’ll never be able to rid themselves of, but she’s matured to a very different place than he has.” Claire Daines on her relationship with Saul.
Pretty cool to see Claire Danes shooting Homeland tho. pic.twitter.com/m4Rz7mP759— Natalie Ledbetter (@LeUnicornHunter) October 24, 2016
The sixth season will feature a presidential election with a female president played by Elizabeth Marvel. According to IndieWire, Alex Gansa revealed that the fictional president will not be modeled after any specific elected or running presidential nominee.
Similar to Berlin, Carrie will work with Saul as a rogue agent to help investigate terrorist activities.
“Peter Quinn will be in therapy during Homeland Season 6. One of the reasons Carrie choose to relocate to New York was to be with Quinn. Therefore, their relationship may develop and we are likely to see a lot more of the on/off couple. Quinn will be out of action, but he will also show the audience what happens to causalities of war both physically and psychologically. While Quinn and Carrie bond over their troubled past, it is also a source of conflict between the two government agents.” Inquisitr
Since we are back in the United States, the showrunners also revealed we are likely to run into old faces and characters from earlier seasons.