Willkommen to Berlin, where 'Homeland' has hit the reset button once again.
by Shirley Li • @shirklesxp
“I’m not atoning. I’m just trying to do good work.” —Carrie Mathison
Over four seasons, Homeland’s major players have always told themselves they were doing “good work,” despite the trail of bodies left in their wake from D.C. to Islamabad. And the drama, for better or worse, has done the same for its protagonist, careening (Carrie-ning?) between untenable highs and ludicrous lows, all in the service of the...
Carrie is released and meets with a mysterious client, while Dana runs away with Leo
By Shirley Li at EW
Well, well, well... aren't you just the cleverest show, Homeland? I'm slow-clapping for you in my mind.
Last week's episode was certainly a doozy with the Brody-centric plot that prompted countless "How to fix Homeland"/"What's wrong with Homeland"/"Why Homeland sucks" think-pieces on the Internet, but tonight's hour did one...
This week’s Homeland wasn’t one of the strongest of the season as Carrie discovers the memo the Russians didn’t want her to see and travels to Amsterdam looking for answers, while Saul confides in a devilish Allison.