Friday, 6 December 2013

Homeland Season 3 News and Reviews

Homeland has really stepped it up a gear in the second half of season three. Even though it is very dubious in its representation of Iran as the great evil of the world and rapidly being put right out date by real life events that have recently occurred between the US and Iran, it is still an enjoyable watch and getting better, the more Damian Lewis gets back in the game.

I have been continuing to cover Homeland for Yahoo by discussing news and reviewing each episode. With only a couple more episode of season three left, things are getting really exciting and I am optimistic about the future of the show... just as long as they don't kill off Brody in these last few episodes of the season!

Homeland showrunner Alex Gansa talks the final episodes of season 3
'Homeland' season three has had its fair share of ups and downs but showrunner Alex Gansa spoke to has promised a lot more excitement and some big pay offs for fans in the second half of the season.

Homeland: Compulsive Carrie strikes again
This is my review of episode 8, 'A Red Wheelbarrow'. Just as it all seemed to be going so well! Javadi had been turned and was on a plane back to Iran as part of Saul's master plan, Carrie had confirmation Brody was not the man behind the Langley bombing and then it all ended with a pair of bombshells!

Will Nicholas Brody make it into season 4 of Homeland?
'Homeland' has been suffering from a severe lack of Damian Lewis in season three so far but with his return to screens teased in the last episode, is it time that Brody is finally killed off? I bloody hope not but I suspect this is very likely to be where season three is heading.

Homeland recap: Brody comes clean
This is my review of episode 9, 'One Last Time'. Finally after keeping the most interesting character Nicholas Brody locked in a dingy room and smacked up to the eyeballs on heroin, the 'Homeland' writers have brought back Damian Lewis and not a moment too soon!

Are you still watching Homeland?

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