One of the most highly charged television series Homeland is facing a delay for season 6. Instead of the usual fall premiere, it will shift to winter premiere in 2017. Season 6 is set to begin production in New York in August. The good news for the fans is Showtime is in negotiation with the series for two more seasons.
Following the current political climate. Season 6 will open with Presidential election day all the way through the inauguration. The biggest question is viewers were left with Peter Quinn’s (Rupert Friend) fate. To refresh your memory, last season Quinn was the victim of saran gas attacked. In his coma state at the hospital, he left a letter for Carrie(Claire Dane) expressing his undying love. The end scene we saw Carrie putting a pillow over his face to end his suffering as the sun rises and shine through the window. Is the show going to go Jon Snow on the viewers?
Showrunner Alex Ganza told EW Rupert Friend will be returning as a regular cast. He said there will be big changes for Peter Quinn especially emotionally. He added, “How Peter Quinn’s character is gonna be dramatized this year is going to surprise people, and it may not be what you think.”,When ask about the relationship between Quinn and Carrie he has this to say “because they’re both very damaged people and I think that they have a similar attraction to high voltage, high adrenaline situations that tend to have an incredible benefit but more likely to have a very catastrophic end.”
So there you have it. Quinn is alive!!!
The executive producer also said we have not seen the last of Brody’s family and there will be some cameos from the characters from past seasons.
So what do you think? Are you excited to see the return of Quinn?
Check out last season finale scene below.