Homeland is an American thriller spy TV series. It is based on the show Prisoners of war which is an Israeli TV series written by Gideon Raff. Whereas the American adaptation is developed by Howard Gordon and Alex Gansa.
The show revolves around the story of Carrie Mathison, a Central Intelligence Agency officer with bipolar disorder, and Nicholas Brody, a U.S. Marine Corps Scout Sniper, who is taken as a prisoner of war by the Al-Qaeda and when returns, supposedly poses a threat to the USA security as suspected by Mathison.
The show has successfully completed 7 amazing seasons starting from, October 2011 and is not featuring it’s eighth and final season that started on February 9th, 2020.
The show which has been so popular on TV until now deserves a proper and even amazing ending, so let’s talk about how season 8 is going so far and what is to come!?
Homeland season 8:
Since season 8 has begun, 5 episodes have already been released and all of them were well received by the audience and in fact, the fans are curiously waiting for more of season 8 to release as soon as it can be!
Homeland season 8 is centered around how Saul Berenson, the National Security Advisor for the new President named, Ralph Warner is given the job to do a negotiation of peace with the Taliban in Afghanistan. He then decides to take Catrie Mathison along with him to use her experience with them, but her lack of recovery after being a prisoner in Russia is coming in between the mission. Will the two agents come up with a mission that is successful or succumb to their ghosts of the past?
The episodes already released for season 8 are,
Released 9th February 2020, “Deception Indicated”
Released 16th February 2020, “Catch and Release ”
Released 23rd February 2020, “False Friends ”
Released 1st March 2020, “Chalk one up”
Released 8th March 2020, “Chalk two down”
To release on 15th March 2020, “Two minutes”
To release on 22nd March 2020, “f**ker shot me”
The season 8th stars,
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