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Homeland

Homeland is American Drama TV series. Produced by Teakwood Lane Productions. Stars: Claire Danes, Mandy Patinkin, Damian Lewis. Also known as Prisionero de guerra in Argentina. It debuted on Oct 02, 2011, on Showtime. The series has 8.3 * rating by IMDb. Winner of the Golden Globe, Primetime Emmy, Actor, AFI Award, Eddie. Homeland is filmed in USA.

Seasons

How Many Season Does Homeland Have: 8 (84 episodes)

Season 8

2019, Showtime

Season 7

Season premieres on February 11, 2018

Finale: April 29, 2018

Showtime, 12 episodes

Season 6

Season premieres on January 15, 2017

Finale: April 9, 2017

Showtime, 12 episodes

Season 5

2015, Showtime, 12 episodes

Season 4

2014, Showtime, 12 episodes

Season 3

2013, Showtime, 12 episodes

Season 2

2012, Showtime, 12 episodes

Season 1

2011, Showtime, 12 episodes

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When Does Homeland Come On

Homeland is on Showtime (United States) Sundays at 9 pm

Last episode:

Season 7 Episode 12 (Paean to the People) - Air Date: Apr 29, 2018 (about a year ago)

News & Interviews

Is Homeland season 8 really the final season, after all? - according to Cartermatt

“We’re taking it one season at a time. We had originally thought next year was going to be the last or that was at least as much as Showtime had committed to, but we’re really going to see how this season turns out. It really is a year-by-year process and if the story is there and if the timing is right and if there’s willingness, I think people are generally open to the idea, so no one’s really committing one way or the other about it, except that we’re going to try to do as good a season as we can possibly do and see what happens then.”

'Homeland' star Mandy Patinkin, co-creator Howard Gordon on the show's future and the next '24' revival [RED ... - via Goldderby

Gordon clarifies, “We’re taking it one season at a time. We had originally thought next year was going to be the last or that was at least as much as Showtime had committed to, but we’re really going to see how this season turns out. It really is a year-by-year process and if the story is there and if the timing is right and if there’s willingness, I think people are generally open to the idea, so no one’s really committing one way or the other about it, except that we’re going to try to do as good a season as we can possibly do and see what happens then.”

TVLine Podcast: Dream Emmy Nominee Claire Danes Reveals the Harrowing Homeland Finale Scene You Didn't See ... - per Tvline

Another pressing question surrounding Homeland: How far gone was Carrie in the Season 7 finale’s deeply unsettling, slightly ambiguous closing scene, which [SPOILER ALERT] found her emerging from a Russian prison following a seven-month, meds-free POW stint? As Danes reveals, “We actually filmed a lot of material that was ultimately cut. We shot a number of scenes in the prison… and it was all for naught…   I guess [when the EPs were] in the editing room, they thought it’d be more powerful for the audience to imagine what she had endured for those seven months, rather than overtly, explicitly articulate it.”

Emmy favorite Beau Bridges ('Homeland') poised to earn 17th career nomination - according to Goldderby

Since 1992 and his victory in Best TV Movie/Limited Series Actor for “Without Warning: The James Brady Story,” Bridges has received additional Emmy nominations in that category for “Kissinger and Nixon” (1995), “Hidden in America” (1996), “P.T. Barnum” (1999) and “We Were the Mulvaneys” (2002).

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