SPOILER ALERT: This article contains details of tonight’s Homeland series finale. Hurling a Molotov cocktail in its fiery closing minutes, Homeland came to the end of its eight season run tonight and Showtime’s multiple Emmy winning spy thriller certainly ended with an unexpected bang. With the reappearance of Damien Lewis’ Nicholas Brody from seasons past in the opening of the “Prisoners of War” episode to the revelation that Claire Danes’ Carrie Mathison was now in Moscow arm in arm with Yevgeny Gromov (Costa Ronin) but actually sending intel back to the USA, the Alex Gansa co-created series went full circle from its 2011 debut and its own underpinnings in the world of the War on Terror. Related Story ‘Vida’ Creator Tanya Saracho On Game Changer Latinx Series’ Final Season, Love, Legacy & Building It Right “We wanted to go out in a successful way,” Gansa told me of tonight’s series finale he crafted and co-wrote with Howard Gordon at the end of their eight-season journey of some of the best TV ever to show up on the small screen. “We obviously didn’t want to follow in the footsteps of some, you know, to be unnamed shows, that fell down and… Read full this story
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