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It is still psychologically astute, but it has become a much more straightforward, and largely effective, spy show.
The show has reset and is now prepared to move forward. And how refreshing it is.
[Claire] Danes' Carrie is steelier than ever, her heart hardened to near-concrete while going about the exhilarating business of eliminating terrorists no matter what the collateral damage.
If the season turns out to be primarily a complex Middle East thriller, that could still be entertaining. Homeland has just set us up to want more.
It's clear that Homeland, this many years in, is just like Saul: It still has things to say, and ideas to explore, even if they're not always comfortable to absorb.
Here's hoping the drama can avoid the credibility problems of past seasons while launching a taut and topical new story.
The show had taken on the characteristics of the jazz filtering through the opening credits and Carrie's workout ear buds. It was loud and improvisational. More importantly, it had given Carrie back the attractive quality of competence.
It suffers too much from echoes of stuff you've seen before, from Secret State to Edge of Darkness, while the fancy on-screen overlays of computer data are too brazenly post-Sherlock for comfort.
Homeland has officially gone from America's shining self-examination of foreign policy to just another basic cable spy-drama that's been there and done that, and it shows no signs of returning to form any time soon.
"Homeland" is back big time with a fourth season that replicates the greatness of the show's first season.
It redirects its focus away from prep schools and bedrooms (bye bye, Dana and Jessica Brody) and back onto the pitfalls and immoralities consistent with fighting something as unscrupulous as the war on terror.
Audience Reviews for Homeland: Season 4
Nov 01, 2020Nicht alle Aspekte des Deals mit diesem Unternehmen sind ideal
Aug 29, 2020Unbearable. Carries character who was already a tough pill to swallow has turned into a mythical fake never possible joke. The show has become so predictable between her breaking all the rules and the constant "Carrie stand down" "Carrie stay in the car" "Carrie im warning you" over and over and over as if the real world and the laws don't apply to this cartoon character. Oh but hey it does apply to all the other characters just to keep her insane storyline moving forward. Was really getting into it then Brody is killed and now just Carrie. Ya I'm good
Aug 26, 2020Worst season of the series. Poor script, bad character. Carrie seems a lobotomized here.
Jul 18, 2020AMAZING TV! This show has been amazing, but season 4 was incredible!
May 06, 2020One of the best seasons of TV ever
May 05, 2020Homeland is one of those shows that makes people think about everything that goes on around the world, related not only to CIA, GRU, ISI, but most importantly it teaches you to put things into perspective and not judge people directly. Everyone has their reasons and their causes for behaving in certain ways, but the most important thing is being able to realize that people think differently for many reasons. It is not the worst, it's what makes us human in the first place. This show is about putting yourself in someone else's shoes. It sounds cliché, but it might save the day, the month, the year or the world! Regarding the show, the actors are amazing. Don't stop watching after season 3.
Apr 26, 2020typical series about cia/fbi stuff between us vs m.e.
Mar 11, 2019Well conceived. The first five seasons of Homeland are outstanding--thoughtful and patient writing, excellent acting, characters with depth. As good as television gets.
Feb 11, 2018Not the same. Could Carrie be more cold hearted?? I dont think she has a heart at all. Im disappointed
Feb 05, 2018One of the worse seasons so far!!!