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Episodes included: Episode 1, Episode 2, Episode 3, Episode 4, Episode 5, Episode 6, Episode 7, Episode 8, Episode 9, Episode 10, Episode 11, Episode 12
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Year of Release: 2016 | Type of the Series: Crime | Size of the Series: 310 MB | Quality: WEB-DL | Film Director: Alex Gansa, Howard Gordon | Amount of Episodes: 12 | Language: English | Resolution: 720p
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In some sort of subliminal link to the "Brody years", Carrie is trying to raise her daughter Frannie, with one of Düring's lawyers, Jonas Hollander, functioning as a surrogate dad and Carrie's new chief power play. The show has already been active setting up several components that may finally pay off in more conventional secret agent thriller manners, though the tether to Carrie is somewhat tenuous, at least, while this clear domestic bliss is detailed. There certainly are several espionage components that are competing including a significant arc that is clearly based on Edward Snowden.
It is this type of scheme machination that tends to undercut the efforts to build believable scenarios of this season, something the show has at preceding junctures additionally at least sometimes had problems with. This season, however, the very set up of Carrie apparently divorced from the CIA while needing to socialize with it provides a type of incredulous atmosphere to the season that it just fitfully recuperates from.
Since the show obviously desired to hit the ground running this season, regardless of the change in employment along with the timeline of the difference between this season and last year's, you can find quite a few components which require a little of becoming used to over the length of the first several episodes. Among those is almost debilitating, with one of Düring's other workers, a journalist named Laura Sutton, apparently genetically predisposed to despise Carrie for motives that are not entirely clear, despite lip service being paid to Carrie's inability to properly check the secret CIA files which of course finally fall into Laura's hands.
The complete sidebar of the allegedly philanthropic attempts having this muckraking journalistic facet of Düring is in itself a little perplexing, apparently built just to supply the Snowden esque storyline components a direct connection to Carrie. While it is likely contrived as a few other facets this year unfolding, the season escapade involving truly undercover operative Peter Quinn has several of the very interesting minutes in the twelve episodes. That in turn leads to several vignettes that are extreme where Quinn becomes a vigilante enforcer of forms. Later growths getting Quinn himself in risk have a tendency to feel worked, using the season stopping climax proposing an important change.
A buddy of mine whois an important Homeland lover and who believed the show came perilously close to "jumping the shark" comparatively early in its run as a result of entire Brody love affair angle shared that he found this season absolutely crackling with suspense and energy. I came across this season's impetus to be more of a stop and beginning matter, with moments of high tension interspersed with narrative stretches that looked padded and in several instances not particularly germane to a few of the issues that are really fascinating this season tries to investigate. The show has apparently received a greenlight through to an eighth season, that will be more to likely both hit on some special targets while missing others entirely.
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