Homeland: Season 4

Homeland: Season 4

Homeland: Season 4

Winner of Best TV Drama Series and Best Performance for lead Claire Danes at the 2012 and 2013 Golden Globes, this American crime drama follows a highly decorated bipolar CIA operative who unearths a web of conspiracies centred on a prisoner of war. Co-stars Mandy Patinkin in a four-time Emmy-nominated role.

2014USA
CrimeDrama

Streaming (2 Providers)

EPISODE 4.1

The Drone Queen

As CIA Chief of Station in Kabul, Carrie makes a critical decision when her counterpart in Islamabad delivers urgent intelligence on a high value target. Saul struggles to adjust to his new role in the... MORE private sector.

EPISODE 4.2

Trylon and Perisphere

An official inquiry brings Carrie back to the States, where she struggles with her ambivalence towards motherhood. Quinn spirals out of control, while a disgraced former case officer reveals disturbing new information.

EPISODE 4.3

Shalwar Kameez

Carrie is forced to intervene when Fara fails to recruit a key asset. Still reeling over events in Islamabad, Quinn zeroes in on a potential lead.

EPISODE 4.4

Iron in the Fire

Carrie gets a tip. Saul calls in a favor. Fara uncovers a conspiracy.

EPISODE 4.5

About a Boy

Carrie works a frightened asset. Quinn and Fara stake out a new suspect.

EPISODE 4.6

From A to B and Back Again

Carrie puts her operation in motion.

EPISODE 4.7

Redux

Lockhart arrives. Carrie's investigation gets complicated.

EPISODE 4.8

Halfway to a Donut

Carrie organizes a last-ditch operation. Lockhart and Martha stall the ISI.

EPISODE 4.9

There's Something Else Going On

Carrie improvises to salvage her mission. The CIA closes in on a leak.

EPISODE 4.10

13 Hours in Islamabad

The security breach at the Embassy has far reaching consequences.

EPISODE 4.11

Krieg Nicht Lieb

Carrie puts her life on the line to get her team out of Pakistan.

EPISODE 4.12

Long Time Coming

Carrie and Saul investigate what she saw in Islamabad.

Homeland: Season 4 / Reviews

Time Magazine

Time Magazine

[Falls] right back into its over-the-top habits, finding brand-new mistakes to make.

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Rolling Stone

Rolling Stone

Finally has the chance to get back on track with a few daring dramatic moves - and it needs them.

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The Guardian

The Guardian

It's back with renewed purpose. And a bang.

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Independent

Independent

Homeland without Damian Lewis. It's an intriguing premise and one we'll have the chance to explore...

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The New Yorker

The New Yorker

The show has returned to its roots as an espionage thriller, in part by taking an unsentimental view of its heroine's worst behavior.

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Salon

Salon

Those of you gave up on Homeland last season should come back into the fold.

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Daily Telegraph

Daily Telegraph

Homeland is no longer the irrelevance it threatened to become. It ended well.

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