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Following the dramatic events at the mill, Carrie must decide where her heart really lies: Does she want to be back at the CIA—with a promotion, no doubt--or a very different life? Brody shares a drink with Faber to consider the future of his family, while Saul is tasked with a secret mission. And Quinn makes a decision that may change everything.
Dangerously close to exhaustion, Carrie continues her hunt for Nazir, her suspicion turning to inside the Agency itself. Roya reveals her true colors under interrogation, as Saul finds himself fighting for his career under the most unexpected circumstances. Meanwhile, the Brody family struggles to maintain anything close to sanity in their high-rise fishbowl.
Saul catches up with an old friend over waffles and discovers evidence of Estes’ covert activities. Brody and Vice President Walden find themselves at odds over the future of their political relationship while Dana and Finn come terms with their own differences. But it’s Carrie, seemingly at the top of her game, who turns out to be further in the dark than anyone else.
In an effort to clarify his priorities, Brody makes a necessary phone call before things spiral further out of control. Saul teams up with Virgil and Max to dig up some information on one of their own. And while the Brody family enjoys an all-expense paid vacation of sorts, Carrie finds herself preparing for the most important breakfast meeting of her career.
He lies for Carrie. He lies for Roya. And he’s still lying to Jessica. Brody’s heading for a serious meltdown as he struggles to keep complicated alliances clear. Against Quinn’s orders, Carrie stages a risky intervention to keep Brody in line, forcing both of them to confront their mixed emotions. And as Dana turns to an unlikely source for comfort, her father comes face to face with his deadly past.
Reeling from the recent ambush, Carrie and team struggle to regain control of their operation, while Brody and family attend a tony fundraiser at a Virginia horse farm. Saul visits Aileen in solitary confinement, hoping she’ll provide key intelligence on this latest attack. Meanwhile, an anguished Dana pressures Finn to come clean about their hidden crime. But her quest to tell the truth will collide with her father’s secret mission in ways neither could have foreseen.
Dana visits the hospital and is shocked by what she sees there. Faber gets tangled up with the CIA when he asks one too many questions about his old friend Tom Walker. Brody agrees to work with Carrie and Quinn to stop an attack on America, but his loyalty to the United States is questioned when Gettysburg once again becomes a battleground.
Brody finds himself prisoner again, but this time it’s on American soil. Meanwhile, Carrie is forced to play second fiddle after her rash judgment call at the hotel, as Estes is busy sweeping the tracks clean to keep Jessica off their trail. And Dana’s relationship with Finn is taken to the next level from fun to deadly serious.
Following a secret debrief from Saul, a stunned Estes authorizes a covert operation to pursue intel recovered in Beirut--but not without putting his own trusted operative in charge. Brody, still reeling from his misadventures with the bombmaker, gets another shock when he runs into Carrie at Langley. A casual invitation to bury the hatchet turns into an encounter neither of them could have foreseen. And Dana discovers she has something in common with Finn Walden, the Vice President’s son.
Fresh from her adventures in Beirut, a restless Carrie prepares for what she hopes will be a triumphant return to the CIA. Meanwhile, Brody learns that the Gettysburg bombmaker is on a terrorist watch list and in danger of imminent discovery. With no time to lose, Brody attempts a last-minute exfiltration. And Jessica takes risks of her own as she steps into the political limelight.
Against the advice of her family, Carrie becomes involved in an operation that may rid the world of Abu Nazir once and for all. Brody’s handler presses the Congressman into service, as his relationship with Jessica takes a hit. And Captain Mike Faber questions the nature of the events surrounding the shooting of Elizabeth Gaines.
Months after the dramatic events that prompted Carrie to undergo Electroconvulsive Therapy, the former CIA case officer has found a modicum of peace in her family’s suburban embrace. But the strides she’s made towards mental health are threatened when an asset from her former life comes in from the cold. Meanwhile, freshman Congressman Nick Brody discovers that Abu Nazir may not be content with his nonviolent approach to affecting change in American foreign policy. And Dana lets a vital secret slip.
Months after the dramatic events that prompted Carrie to undergo Electroconvulsive Therapy, the former CIA case officer has found a modicum of peace in her family's suburban embrace. But the strides she's made towards mental health are threatened when an asset from her former life comes in from the cold. PRE-ORDER THIS SEASON TODAY! ALL EPISODES WILL BE AVAILABLE ON 9/10/13.
Claire Danes discusses her character, Carrie Mathison, from the Golden Globe® winning series Homeland. Download Homeland!
Damian Lewis discusses his character, Nicholas Brody, from the Golden Globe® winning series Homeland.
HOMELAND Season 3 opens during the aftermath of the horrific terror attack that decimated the U.S. intelligence apparatus, and prompted a global manhunt for the world's most wanted terrorist - Nick Brody.
Months after the dramatic events that prompted Carrie to undergo Electroconvulsive Therapy, the former CIA case officer has found a modicum of peace in her family's suburban embrace. But the strides she's made towards mental health are threatened when an asset from her former life comes in from the cold.
Based on an Israeli television series "Prisoners of War"; a psychological thriller that tells the story of Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes), a CIA officer battling her own demons, who becomes convinced that the intelligence that led to the rescue of Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis) a U.S. soldier who had been missing and presumed dead for nine years, was a setup and may be connected to Al Qaeda.
Claire Danes discusses her character, Carrie Mathison, from the Golden Globe® winning series Homeland. Download Homeland and receive more bonus content today!
Damian Lewis discusses his character, Nicholas Brody, from the Golden Globe® winning series Homeland. Download Homeland and receive more bonus content today!
Executive Producers Alex Gansa and Howard Gordon discuss the Golden Globe® winning series Homeland in part 1 of SHO Runner. Download Homeland!
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