That being said, we can only expect for the next season to open with fresh arcs, bigger threats and as for my own wish, a more badass Carrie Matheson. After she pops-up Brody’s baby, God knows what new thrill or classified mission she’ll be jumping right into.
Speaking of Brody, let’s talk about his family for a moment. As you may have already know, Morenna Baccarin and Morgan Saylor who play Jessica and Dana won’t be returning in season 4 as regulars. Though this is not a surprise anymore, it is a little sad not to have gotten a glimpse of them in the after math of Brody’s demise. And if that means I would have to endure Dana’s drama one more time, sure. I’ll take one for the team.
On that note, I want to officially give a proper send-off to one of TV’s most enigmatic character — RIP Sgt. Nicholas Brody.
NOW, SPOILERS! (Yes, I’ve already moved on. Keep your fingers crossed for Damien Lewis’ next TV gig if you’re still hung-up on Brody.)
Showrunner Alex Gansa offered a few early scoops viewers can expect on the hit drama’s fourth season in a report from TV Line.
As of now, here are three things we know:
a) A budding romance between Quinn and Carrie may be explored.
“I think if there is romantic energy between them it’s at a very nascent state,” he said. “Carrie’s emotions have been engaged elsewhere, so it’s unclear how she feels about him. I think it’s pretty clear how he feels about her. But whether Carrie Mathison is going to be emotionally available for a romantic entanglement is another question entirely.”
b) Carrie and Saul will still be working together in Instanbul.
c) Familiar faces are set to return as well.
Carrie will likely recruit Saul (now a private contractor) to work with her in Istanbul.
“As she mentioned to Sen. Lockhart, she gets to choose her own people,” the EP noted. “So Quinn, Fara… Virgil and possibly Max may come along with her. We get to bring some of our familiar faces overseas.”
What did you think of Homeland’s finale “The Star”?