Homeland season 7
TV channel: Showtime
Original release: October 2, 2011 – present
About TV show Homeland season 7
CIA agent Carrie Mathison (Claire Danes) arrives in Iraq for information that a captured US soldier was "turned" by terrorists. Ten years later, Carrie, who is now working at the Antarctic Center in Langley, is sounded as she learns that the ship, which has been missing for eight years and has now been held dead, has been freed by a special unit during the storming of a terrorist detachment, Nicholas Brody (Damian Lewis). While Brody is celebrated as a war hero on his return to his home country, Carrie assumes the alleged crossover in him. With her suspicion, she turns to her colleague and mentor Saul (Mandy Patinkin), who, however, makes her realize that she can not expect her superiors to look back on the heavy accusations. And so Carrie is on her own to supervise Brody without official permission.
Homeland is based on the Israeli series "Hatufim - In the Hand of the Enemy", which is also known under its English title "Prisoners of War".
Homeland is a US television series, which has been produced in the US by Fox 21 for the station Showtime since 2011. It is based on the Israeli series Hatufim - In the hand of the enemy (also known as Prisoners of War). The premiere took place on October 2, 2011 at the US cable show time. Among the numerous awards are awards with Primetime Emmy Awards and Golden Globe Awards, among others in the category Best Drama.