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As Comic-Con arrives once more, a wave of film and TV trailers has hit the Internet faster than The Flash after downing a can of Red Bull, but one show has been more secretive than most about what’s in store for its new season: Homeland.
Season 5 of the CIA thriller is on the way later this year, following on from the downbeat, seemingly final end to Season 4.
The show will pick up two years after Carrie’s ill-fated tenure as Islamabad station chief. Struggling to reconcile her guilt and disillusionment with years of working on the front lines in the war on terror, sge finds herself in a self-imposed exile in Berlin, estranged from the CIA and working as the head of security for a German philanthropist.
But it’s clear straight away that Claire Danes’ agent will get back in the game, as she has a heated conversation with Mandy Patinkin’s Saul.
“You’re being naive and stupid, something you never were before,” he tells her.
Production on the new season is still underway, as you can see from the date of the poster behind Rupert Friend’s Peter Quinn halfway through the video. As for when Season 5 of Homeland will arrive in the UK, we’ll let you know as soon as we do. You can currently catch up with Seasons 1 to 3 on Netflix UK, with Season 4 on pay-per-view services, including blinkbox, iTunes, Amazon Instant Video and Google Play.
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